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Adel El Shahat publishes book on Nano-grids

Adel El-Shahat, assistant professor of electrical engineering, has published a book entitled “Nano-grids (Future of Power Systems Grids Notes),” Scholars Press Publishing, 2017.  You may order the book via these links: Scholars Press, or  Morebooks.


Dr. Adhikari, Mitra and Rashidi Win CPWR Grant

The national Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR) has awarded grant funds to Atin Adhikari, environmental health sciences (PI), Aniruddha Mitra, prof., MechE and Abbas Rashidi, visiting assist. prof., MechE (Co-PIs).  Drs. Adhikari, Mitra, and Rashidi will study the effectiveness of N-95 respirator masks against construction site nanoparticles.


Drs. Lei Chen and Hayden Wimmer, IT, win NSA Grant

The National Security Agency (NSA) has awarded a grant to Dr. Kania Greer, i2STEMe (PI), Lei Chen, assoc. prof. of IT, and Hayden Wimmer, assist. prof. of IT (Co-PIs).  Drs. Greer, Chen and Wimmer will use the award to build “Junior Detectives,” a summer camp for students in grades six through eight to learn about and gain experience in cybersecurity and digital forensics.


4th Annual CEIT Golf Tournament

You may now register for the 4th Annual CEIT Golf Tournament, to be held on Friday, April 21 at the Georgia Southern Golf Course.  Click here to register online.

Flight 1 is limited to 20 teams, so register now for your choice of flights!  Individual registration is $125 ($75 for current Georgia Southern faculty, staff and students), and team registration is $500.  Many sponsorship opportunities are also available.  For more information, you may email bgooby@georgiasouthern.edu or call 912-478-7170.

CEIT Golf Tournament brochure 2017


CEIT Student Research Symposium

Over 100 CEIT undergraduate and graduate students will present 89 research posters on Thursday, April 20, 2017.  Starting at 9am in the IT Building Atrium, the students will discuss their research projects and results with faculty, alumni, representatives from government and economic development authorities, and industry professionals.  Dean Mohammad Davoud will speak at 11:30am, and awards will be announced at noon to the top three undergraduate and top three graduate presentations.

The presentations will be grouped into 17 interdisciplinary topics, including Alternative Energy, Biomedical Engineering, Cybersecurity, Microgrids/Nanogrids, Networks, and Robotics.  Everyone is invited to attend.  If you would like more information, please call the Dean’s Office at 912-478-4712.  Registration is free and will be available soon!