Engineering & Computer Science

Raider Open House

See all Wright State has to offer Friday, July 26

Raider Open House gives prospective undergraduate students, including transfer students, and their families a glimpse of all that Wright State has to offer. Future Raiders will learn about the many majors, financial aid, housing, student life, the University Honors program and more. Continue reading

Light touch

Wright State senior Joseph Carroll named Intern of the Year by College of Engineering and Computer Science

As part of his internship, Joseph Carroll, a mechanical engineering major at Wright State, experimented with high-intensity light to kill weeds. Continue reading

Bra science

Team from Victoria’s Secret comes to Wright State for student presentation on breast research

Biomedical engineering and medical students at Wright State have been investigating how to design a better bra for more than a year. Continue reading

Wright State grad to pursue physician assistant degree at Yale

After graduating from Wright State in May, Kelly Hunt is ready to take the next step in achieving her lifelong goal of working in the health care field. Continue reading

Wright State’s partner Dayton Regional STEM School cuts ribbon on major expansion that includes unique gaming research lab

The expansion project features the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Gaming Research Integration for Learning Laboratory (GRILL). Continue reading

Wright State graduate researcher investigates durability of cardiac devices; reporting to FDA

Wright State biomedical engineering grad student briefed U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the progress of his research on the durability of pacemakers and other cardiac devices. Continue reading

Six incoming engineering students awarded Reynolds and Reynolds Leadership Scholarships as part of a multiyear gift supporting student success at Wright State

The program provides each student with a $10,000 award payable throughout the four years of their academic program. Continue reading

Wright State’s newest Fulbright Scholar heading to Iceland

As a Fulbright scholar, Derek Doran, associate professor of computer science, will teach and grow cybersecurity research at Reykjavik University. Continue reading

Company founded by Wright State’s Caroline Cao awarded $150,000 Ohio Third Frontier grant

Caroline Cao

A startup founded by professor Caroline Cao hopes to commercialize a radiation-free alternative to X-ray imaging during minimally invasive surgery. Continue reading

New kid on the block

Wright State computer science grad student Aman Ali Pogaku was a featured speaker at national blockchain conference

Aman Ali Pogaku, a computer science graduate student at Wright State, is working on using blockchain to develop artificial intelligence and virtual reality assets management solutions. Continue reading