Engineering & Computer Science

Electric moment

Wright State grad student Shashank Reddy Goli charging full speed ahead at Tesla

Shashank Reddy Goli, a graduate student studying industrial and human factors engineering at Wright State, is spending the summer interning at Tesla’s manufacturing facility in California. Continue reading

Biomedical engineering students create automatic toothbrush for those unable to use their hands

Biomedical engineering students won the College of Engineering and Computer Science Senior Design Showcase for their creation of an automatic toothbrush. Continue reading

Dayton Daily News says three local valedictorians headed to Wright State are students ‘you should know’

Excerpt Rebecca Reese, Wayne Rebecca Reese is a senior at Wayne High School and is graduating as Valedictorian of her class. She is the vice president of Student Council, a clarinet section leader in the marching band, and runs distance … Continue reading

Drone zone

Wright State students collaborate with Leidos as part of senior capstone project

More than 150 electrical engineering, computer science and computer engineering students practiced innovative design skills on unmanned aerial systems. Continue reading

Dayton Daily News features Kno.e.sis, Cognovi Labs investments

Excerpt A Dayton-area high tech firm is celebrating recent big investments and announcing a new focus. Cognovi Labs, Inc. — the AI and predictive behavioral analytics company that says it last year predicted the outcome of the Brexit and the … Continue reading

Statistical standout

Google selects research proposal from Wright State computer science student Matt Piekenbrock

A research project by Matt Piekenbrock, a graduate computer science at Wright State, was selected by the Google Summer of Code 2017 competition. Continue reading

Science superstars

Stars of the future compete at Wright State University in 2017 Science Olympiad National Tournament

Science Olympiad brought more than 5,000 students, educators and parents from all 50 states to Wright State, pumping an estimated $1.7 million into the local economy. Continue reading

Engineering for a cause

Sam Salchak ’17 uses his engineering degree from Wright State to design a life-sustaining washing machine for a hospital in Malawi, Africa. Continue reading

Science showdown

Stars of the future to compete at Wright State University in 2017 Science Olympiad National Tournament

More than 5,000 students, educators and parents will descend on Wright State for the 2017 Science Olympiad National Tournament May 19–20. Continue reading

Leading the way

Wright State associate professor Pratik Parikh led Dayton-Cincinnati engineering organization to a Gold Award in 2016

Pratik Parikh, associate professor in the Department of Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, led a revival of the local Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers chapter. Continue reading