Engineering & Computer Science

Citizen sensing to insights, predictions and decisions

Wright State professor Amit Sheth is a leader in combining computer science with social media
Amit Sheth

Amit Sheth finds commercial success with a software system that analyzes big data on social media sites. Continue reading

Watch: Rap ture

Wright State’s Jesse Williams pursues computer science degree along with rap music

Video: Wright State computer science major Jesse Williams finds a creative outlet through coding and rapping as J-Williams. Continue reading

Wright State faculty members Lisa Kenyon, Pratik Parikh honored by Affiliate Society Council

Kenyon and Parikh were honored on Oct. 10 with the Affiliate Society Council Outstanding Engineers and Scientists Award. Continue reading

Raider Open House invites students to visit Wright State

Wright State University Dayton Campus in fall

Potential Wright State students can talk one-on-one with faculty, take a campus tour and learn about different aspects of the university at the Raider Open House on Nov. 4. Continue reading

Metal master

Wright State alum Brian Joyce making name for himself as president of Metallurgical Solutions in Middletown

After earning his Ph.D. in materials engineering from Wright State, Brian Joyce launched a successful metal-testing company. Continue reading

Intelligent machines

Zach Fuchs’ robot engineering course produces impressive array of machines — from firefighters to mine-detectors

The Intelligent Machine Design course in the College of Engineering and Computer Science gives engineering students “amazing hands-on experience.” Continue reading

Modeling move

Engineering student Molly Donovan joins growing ranks of Wright State interns at Applied Research Associates

A mechanical engineering major at Wright State, Molly Donovan primarily works on 3D modeling and meshing. Continue reading

Wright State’s Amit Sheth honored by Ohio Faculty Council for his technology commercialization success

Amit Sheth

Amit Sheth commercialized his successful software system Twitris in partnership with Wright State’s tech-transfer office. Continue reading

Composite software and the need for speed

Sean Saffle was a student athlete at Wright State University who turned his passion for engineering and prosthetics into a career. Continue reading

Commercial success

Wright State’s Commercialization unit and Technology Transfer Office help bring university inventions to market

The Wright State Research Institute’s Commercialization unit and the university’s Technology Transfer Office have helped launch several startup businesses. Continue reading