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1 Convocation Fall 2014 Sarah A. Rajala Dean James & Katherine Melsa Professor of Engineering

2 Welcome and Introduction

3 Presentation Outline Update on Goals for Financial Update Goals for New Faculty and Staff Named Faculty Positions Patent Awards Faculty and Staff Awards

4 Goals for : UPDATES Hillary Kletscher, senior in biological systems engineering, and Mike Hoefer, senior in industrial engineering, are the president and vice president, respectively, of Iowa State’s Government of the Student Body. Team PrISUm won Best Mechanical Design Award and placed third overall in the American Solar Challenge. Cyclone Space Mining won the Best Design and Innovation Award during the NASA Robotic Mining Competition. Michael Solberg (BSME’14) received Iowa State’s Student Employee of the Year Award. Augustine Villa, senior in chemical engineering, was named Cargill Scholar. Cimone Wright, senior in computer engineering was one of six statewide winners of the Alliant Energy/Erroll B. Davis Jr. Achievement Award. Four Iowa State University Honors students with ties to the College of Engineering received Goldwater Scholarships: Jacob Harry, senior in aerospace engineering; William Lindemann, senior in materials science engineering and mathematics; Rachel Philiph, senior in materials science engineering; and Thomas Knief, senior in physics who does research in materials science and engineering. Deliver a high quality education to all of our students

5 Goals for : UPDATES Hire at least 17 new, diverse, high-quality faculty members Successful searches all with strong applicant pools Hired 22 tenure/tenure track faculty, including 6 as part of the Presidential High-Impact Initiative (4 in big data and 2 in translational health) Added 5 new lecturer positions

6 Goals for : UPDATES Develop a new model for Engineering Online to encourage growth, new pedagogical development and sustainability Collaborating across campus to provide faculty support Awarding grants for online course development (up to $9,000 per course) Developing funding model for blended/flipped course support

7 Goals for : UPDATES Increase the number of graduate students who have enrolled or accepted admission by 5% 1,200+ graduate students expected for fall 2014 Graduate research student increase initiative provides recruitment funds to increase numbers — college and departments provide funds 1st year; supported by researchers in 2nd year Accelerating Collaboration in Research Initiative provides funds to develop new ideas and/or increase collaboration not pursued by others due to lack of time or resources

8 Goals for : UPDATES Expand research portfolio and increase expenditures by 7.5% research proposal dollars submitted: $207.8M – 8.6% increase from $225.4M $191.3M $207.8M

9 Engineering Research Expenditures $70.6 $74.4 $78.5 $83.9 $79.7

10 Goals for : UPDATES Significant research awards include: Renewal of Center for Biorenewables Chemical (CBiRC) Comprehensive-driven program analysis (CPA) for malware detection in Android phones In-situ, wireless, energy-harvesting soil moisture/nutrient sensors A unified framework for cyber attack-resilient power grid Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation grant to research developing new tools for the quantitative investigations of networks of plants.

11 Goals for : UPDATES Digital Lab for Manufacturing Create an Innovative Ecosystem Increase the innovative capacity of OEMs and their suppliers through digital integration and strategic collaboration. Commercialize Research Move ideas from TRL 4-7 through a network of physical and virtual demonstration sites. Strengthen the U.S. Economy $100B in value to OEMs per year $30B in value potential to DoD per year 75,000 jobs created in the first 5 years Source: McKinsey Global Institute and team analysis

12 Goals for : UPDATES The Digital Lab Guiding Approach Three Technology Focus Areas Utilization of high-performance computing to model materials, products and processes to enable “design with manufacturing in mind”. INTELLIGENT MACHINING (IM) ADVANCED ANALYSIS (AA) Integration of smart sensors and controls to enable equipment to automatically sense and understand current production environment in order to conduct “self-aware manufacturing”. ADVANCED MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE (AME) Agile and robust manufacturing strategies and integrated capabilities that dramatically reduce the cost and time of producing complex systems and parts. OPEN SOURCE PLATFORM An open source technology system across the entire manufacturing value chain. DIGITAL COMMONS A 'hub and spoke' model, where the 'hub' will be the Digital Lab for Manufacturing based in Chicago, and the 'spokes' will be all the applied research on the manufacturing floors of our partners across the US. NATIONAL NETWORK HUB & SPOKE MODEL

13 Goals for : UPDATES Develop a new plan for renovation and expansion of CoE space Planning is ongoing Existing spaces Marston Sweeney Gilman Mechanical engineering space study New space Student Innovation Center Elings Hall & Sukup Hall and Atrium

14 Goals for : UPDATES Develop a new plan for renovation and expansion of CoE space MARSTON HALL - office relocations Student Services – Howe Hall International Programs – Howe Hall Engineering Research Institute – Durham Center Technology Support – Durham Center Dean’s Office – Memorial Union Career Services – Memorial Union College Relations – Lab of Mechanics Development – ISU Foundation Bldg. K-12 Outreach – Industrial Ed II More information: Follow ‘Marston Hall Renovation’ link on CoE homepage

15 Goals for : UPDATES MARSTON HALL RENOVATION

16 Goals for : UPDATES Raise $22M in new private gifts $29.3M ($10.6M gifts and pledges; $18.7M deferred commitments) Best fundraising year ever in college Marston Hall fundraising $6.5M+ committed Gifts support scholarships, fellowships, named faculty positions, building renovations and college programs

17 Movement of Research Centers Center for Nondestructive Evaluation Microelectronics Research Center Information Assurance Center CIRAS

18 CIRAS Update In 2013, 1,280 businesses from 94 counties in the state received assistance on projects or attended educational workshops from CIRAS staff and partners. Companies responding to surveys reported $446 million of total economic impact: $383 million in sales gained or retained $50 million in new investments $13 million in costs saved or avoided 6,795 jobs added or retained Over the past 5 years, CIRAS and partners reported impact totaling over $2 billion with 29,390 jobs added or retained

19 General Fund Revenue Budget $99 Million

20 College of Engineering General Fund $67M $69M $76M $86M $99M

21 Goals for Goals: Deliver a high quality education to all of our students Hire at least 20 new, diverse, high-quality faculty members Increase the number of graduate students by 5% Expand the research portfolio by seeking larger scale projects and increasing expenditures by 5% Finalize space plan and continue renovation and expansion of CoE space Raise $25M in new private gifts Vision: In the best traditions of a land-grant institution, we will be the premier engineering program among public universities known for value and commitment to education, research, and engagement.

22 Faculty and Staff Importance of high quality faculty and staff More than 400 faculty and staff critical to our success All are dedicated to student achievement

23 Welcome New Engineering Faculty ABE Shweta Chopra – Asst. Professor Adina Howe – Asst. Professor AerE Clayton Anderson – Senior Lecturer Zarechnyy Oleg – Lecturer Paul Schafbuch – Adj. Assoc. Professor Patrick Vogel – Lecturer Leifur Leifsson – Asst. Professor Pradip Sagdeo – Lecturer Liming Xiong – Asst. Professor Peng Wei – Asst. Professor CBE Wenzhen Li – Assoc. Professor Matthew Panthani – Asst. Professor Yue Wu – Assoc. Professor CCEE Michael Pawlovich – Lecturer Omar Smadi – Assoc. Professor Anuj Sharma – Assoc. Professor In Ho Cho – Asst. Professor Peter Savolainen – Assoc. Professor Alice Alipour – Asst. Professor Behrouz Shafei – Asst. Professor ECPE Long Que – Assoc. Professor IMSE Mingyi Hong – Asst. Professor ME Jonathan Claussen – Asst. Professor Adarsh Krishnamurthy – Asst. Professor Sonal Padalkar – Asst. Professor ME cont’d Rafael Radkowski – Asst. Professor Soumik Sarkar – Asst. Professor Shan Hu – Asst. Professor MSE Martin Thuo – Asst. Professor

24 Welcome New Engineering Staff ABE Jennifer Grouwinkel – Accountant Benjamin McCarty – Student Services David Webber – Assoc. Scientist AerE Brad Eilers – Academic Adviser Robert Martin – Program Manager Jacqueline Kester – Program Asst. CBE Bellinda Hegelheimer – Program Asst. Austin Hohmann – Asst. Scientist Nacu Hernandez – Assoc. Scientist Kathy McKown – Program Coord. CCEE Ryan Simpson – Research Assoc. ERI Joel Severinghaus – Program Coord. CIRAS Melissa Burant – Program Coord. Jodi Essex – Program Coord. Jeff Eckhoff – Communications Paul Dunnwald – Program Manager Paul Berge – Industrial Specialist Adam Boesenberg – Asst. Scientist ECPE Ravi Hadimani – Assoc. Scientist Robert Thompson – Academic Adviser Ethalinda Cannon – Assoc. Scientist Career Services Shari DuBois – Program Asst. Mayra Ramirez – Program Asst. ELO Susan Bailey – Instructional Support Rema Nilakanta – Instructional Dev. Student Services Holly Dunlay-Lott – Student Services Lisa Hurley – Admin. Specialist Jennifer La Gesse – Program Coord. Ashley Ransom – Academic Adviser IMSE Alyssa Speake – Admin. Specialist Kathy Weaver – Academic Adviser ME Alyssa Mittleider – Academic Advisor Susan Olson – Program Coord. Lisa Phillips – Academic Adviser Taylor Shire – Program Asst. Neely Bushore – Admin Specialist John Howell – Teaching Lab Coord. Hazel Peterson – Secretary

25 Promotions in the Engineering College Michelle Soupir, ABE – Assistant to Associate Professor Wei Hong, AerE – Assistant to Associate Professor Laura Jarboe, CBE – Assistant to Associate Professor Jenny Baker, CCEE – promoted to Senior Lecturer David White, CCEE – to Full Professor Timothy Bigelow, ECPE – Assistant to Associate Professor Nicola Elia, ECPE – to Full Professor Ayman Fayed, ECPE – Assistant to Associate Professor Nathan Neihart, ECPE – Assistant to Associate Professor Alexander Stoytchev, ECPE – Assistant to Associate Professor Rick Stone, IMSE – Assistant to Associate Professor Baskar Ganapathysubramanian, ME – Assistant to Associate Professor Matthew Hagge, ME – promoted to Senior Lecturer James Heise, ME – promoted to Senior Lecturer Shankar Subramaniam, ME – to Full Professor Sriram Sundararajan, ME – to Full Professor Song Zhang, ME – Assistant to Associate Professor Scott Beckman, MSE – Assistant to Associate Professor

26 New Named Faculty Positions Named faculty positions established with private support enable the college to attract and retain world-class professors and researchers Thank you to the donors who established these prestigious positions

27 Sourabh Bhattacharya Henry Black Faculty Fellow in Mechanical Engineering Established by Henry Black, 1929 Mechanical Engineering graduate

28 Matthew Panthani Herbert L. Stiles Faculty Fellow in Chemical Engineering Established by Herbert Stiles, 1929 Chemical Engineering graduate

29 Anupam Sharma Walter W. Wilson Faculty Fellow in Engineering Established by Walter Wilson, 1941 Electrical Engineering graduate

30 Kathryn Stolee Harpole-Pentair Assistant Professor Established by Murray and Ruth Harpole, Murray graduate in 1943 with a degree in Electrical Engineering

31 Manimaran Govindarasu Ross Martin Mehl and Marylyne Munas Mehl Computer Engineering Professorship Established by Ross and Marylyne Mehl, friends of the College

32 Alex King Bergdahl Professorship of Materials Science Established by Karl and Anne Bergdahl, Karl graduated in 1931 with a degree in Ceramic Engineering

33 R. Chris Williams Gerald and Audrey Olson Professor in Civil Engineering Established by Gerald and Audrey Olson. Gerald received his B.S. degree in 1956 and M.S. in 1958, both in the area of civil engineering.

34 Yue Wu Herbert L. Stiles Professorship in Chemical Engineering Established by Herbert Stiles, 1929 Chemical Engineering graduate

35 Inaugural named faculty positions To be named later this year: Richard C. Seagrave Professorship Established by former students to honor Richard Seagrave. Cerwick Faculty Professorships (2) Established by Joel and Judy Cerwick, Joel graduated with a B.S. in civil engineering in 1966 and M.S. in 1968.

36 Patent Awards Patents are valued scholarly contributions and prestigious forms of recognition

37 Iver Anderson Dispersoid reinforced alloy powder and method of making

38 Stuart Birrell Double shear material chopper

39 Robert Brown Bio-oil fractionation and condensation Asphalt materials containing bio-oil and methods for production thereof

40 Jien (Morris) Chang Bandwidth recycling in networks

41 Kristen Constant Multi-channel polarized thermal emitter

42 Ahmed Kamal Network protection using network coding

43 Ratnesh Kumar Semantic translation of time-driven simulink diagrams using input/output extended finite automata

44 Mani Mina Sagnac interferometric switch utilizing Faraday rotation

45 Arun Somani Depth-optimal mapping of logic chains in reconfigurable fabrics

46 Xiaoli Tan High cure temperature ternary piezoelectric ceramics

47 Srikanta Tirthapura Computing time-decayed aggregates under smooth decay functions

48 David White Polymer Mortar Composite Pipe Material and Manufacturing Method

49 Alan Russell and Iver Anderson Aluminum/alkaline earth metal composites and method for producing

50 Joseph Shinar, Ruth Shinar and Kristen Constant Soft lithography microlens fabrication and array for enhanced light extraction from organic light emitting diodes (OLEDS)

51 Faculty and Staff Awards Honoring faculty and staff from the college

52 Kevin Brownfield Dean’s Staff Excellence Award

53 Lindsay K. Diers Superior Engineering Advisor Award

54 Stephanie Loveland Superior Engineering Teaching Award

55 Gloria Starns Superior Engineering Teaching Award

56 Kurt Rosentrater Superior Engineering Extension Award

57 Michelle Soupir Early Career Engineering Faculty Research Award

58 Namrata Vaswani Early Career Engineering Faculty Research Award

59 Song Zhang Early Career Engineering Faculty Research Award

60 Surya Mallapragada D.R. Boylan Eminent Faculty Award for Research

61 Thank You Join us for refreshments


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