Computer Science and Engineering

Resolving supply chain bottlenecks focus of hackathon weekend at Wright State

During the Make-It-Wright Hackathon, student teams will tackle the challenges of building resilient supply chains in the food and health care industries. Continue reading

STEM-focused

Computer engineering major Celeste Irwin is the inaugural recipient of the BHG Financial Runner scholarship for women in STEM

Wright State computer engineering major Celeste Irwin wants to use her medical and programming knowledge to work in research and product development in MRI-guided focused ultrasound. Continue reading

Digital Microelectronics Lab provides Wright State students with cybersecurity training space

Supported by the Air Force ADMETE grant, the Digital Microelectronics Lab provides a space where students can receive the hands-on training needed to work in the microchip and microelectronic fields. Continue reading

Wright State honors researchers at inaugural Excellence in Grantsmanship awards

The Excellence in Grantsmanship awards celebrate Wright State faculty who have been awarded more than $1 million in funding over the past five years. 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

Wright State computer scientist Nella Ludlow to give lecture on quantum computing

Nella Ludlow, the director of quantum computing initiatives and research professor of computer science and engineering, will present “The Excitement of Quantum Computing” on Aug. 25. Continue reading

Math boot camp

Almost 100 first-year engineering and computer science students participated in the Academic Advantage Program. 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