Biomedical, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering

A heartfelt link to Wright State

Klaus Weiswurm, who studied systems engineering at Wright State in the 1960s and ’70s, helped develop breakthrough technology that keeps donor organs viable longer for transplant. Continue reading

Engineering precision

Matt Specht, a senior industrial and systems engineering major, learned that small changes can have a significant impact on large-scale manufacturing during an internship with Honda. Continue reading

Ohio, the future home of advanced semiconductors

How Wright State is preparing the workforce needed to manufacture advanced technology to power smartphones, fighter jets, and cars

Intel will bring thousands of jobs to Ohio and invest over $100 million into colleges and universities to prepare the workforce of the future. Continue reading

Five Wright State faculty and alumni to speak at TEDxDayton

Boonshoft School of Medicine faculty member Terry Oroszi and Raj Soin College of Business faculty member John Dinsmore will participate in TEDxDayton on Oct. 14. Continue reading

2022 Alumni Achievement Awards celebrates Wright State’s finest

The Wright State Alumni Association honored Richard Kaiser ’08, ’10; Brian Jarvis ’82, ’97, ’04; Woody Willis ’83; Zachary Kiehl ’14, ’15; and Jonah Sandler. Continue reading

Wright State recognized for several undergraduate programs, social mobility by U.S. News

U.S. News named Wright State’s undergraduate programs in engineering, computer science, nursing and business as among the best in the nation for 2022. Continue reading

Grants from Intel Corporation will support curriculum development and training for local students

Wright State will collaborate with Central State University, the University of Cincinnati and other institutions in two projects supported by Intel Corporation. Continue reading

Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering Chair Subhashini Ganapathy receives DBJ Diversity Champion Award

Subhashini Ganapathy was honored as a champion of diversity, equity and inclusion and increasing student diversity in the Department of Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering. Continue reading

Wright State joins semiconductor and microelectronic network for enabling cutting-edge research and technology development

Wright State is prepared to address the research and educational needs of the semiconductor and microelectronic industries and help students prepare for new career opportunities with those industries. Continue reading

Michael Raymer appointed interim dean of College of Engineering and Computer Science

Michael L. Raymer has served as the chair of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering since 2021. Continue reading