Engineering & Computer Science

Susan Edwards of Appalachian State named provost of Wright State University

Susan Edwards, vice provost for faculty affairs at Appalachian State University, will join Wright State as executive vice president for academic affairs and provost on July 30. Continue reading

Wright State’s Nasr Hassanien wins prestigious international award for radar research

Wright State research scientist Nasr Hassanien honored for his research into developing novel signaling schemes for embedding communication signals into radar emissions. Continue reading

Eight incoming engineering students awarded Reynolds and Reynolds Leadership scholarships

The engineering and computer science students are high achieving high school graduates from around the state. Continue reading

Wright State engineering professor Caroline Cao graduates from prestigious ELATE program

Caroline Cao, professor of biomedical, industrial and human factors engineering, wants to build an ecosystem for entrepreneurship at Wright State. Continue reading

Spring 2018 commencement ceremony in photos

Wright State University honored more than 2,000 graduating students at its spring commencement ceremony April 28 in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

At spring commencement, President Schrader encourages graduates to be entrepreneurs, innovators, humanitarians

“I have seen firsthand your passion for helping others. Never forget that one person can make a difference,” President Cheryl B. Schrader told graduates. Continue reading

More than 2,000 students to graduate at Wright State’s 2018 spring commencement

Wright State University will hold its 2018 spring commencement ceremony on Saturday, April 28, at 10 a.m. in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Junior Jesse Everette named Intern of the Year by College of Engineering and Computer Science

Jesse Everette has interned for nearly two years at the Dayton-Phoenix Group, learning about HVAC and electrical systems, vibration and psychometric testing, and testing fixtures and new products. Continue reading

Computer command

Wright State’s mighty new computer cluster to bolster research, help teach high-performance computing

The new computer cluster is always up and running and can accommodate an indefinite number of users, working at the cluster or remotely from their offices or labs. Continue reading

ALS research led by Wright State neuroengineer Sherif Elbasiouny published in prestigious physiology journal

Research led by neuroengineer Sherif Elbasiouny sheds new light on how motor nerve cells respond to ALS and could help develop new treatment options. Continue reading