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MSAE Student Wins NSF Fellowship

Mr. Martin Muinos has been awarded a five-year NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.  The Fellowship provides three years of finaicial support, including tuition and stipend payments, to enable Mr. Muinos to complete his graduate studies. His winning submission was a “Study of Reactivity-Controlled Compression Ignition and Low Temperature Combustion of Biofuels.”  Mr. Muinos earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Southern, and is currently a student in the M.S. of Applied Engineering program, with a concentration in Energy Science.  He conducts research in the CEIT’s Renewable Energy and Engines Laboratory under the direction of Dr. Valentin Soloiu.


Scholarship for Engineering Education for Minorities

The Scholarship for Engineering Education for Minorities program offers financial assistance to Georgia residents who are engineering students attending an eligible post-secondary institution and enrolled in an engineering program of study approved by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accrediting Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET).  The purpose of the program is to attract minority undergraduate students into the engineering profession and to increase the number of qualified engineers in Georgia.

For more information about the Scholarship for Engineering Education for Minorities please click here.

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Engineering Professor Delivers Invited Talk at CTS 2015

ATLANTA, June 2015  –  Dr. Danda B. Rawat, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of CWiNs lab at Georgia Southern University, delivered an invited talk at the 2015 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS 2015), June 1 – 5, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA entitled: “Context-aware Collaboration, Computation and Communications in Emerging Wireless Networks.” The talk detailed recent research results and an ambitious new research agenda on the real-time context-aware collaboration, computation and communications in emerging wireless networks. This new agenda intends to address important questions about how emerging wireless networks are networked, organized, configured, optimized, and recovered automatically based on their operating situations to complete mission-critical assignments.


CECM Study Abroad in Mexico

Dr. Gustavo Maldonado of the CECM department led a group of 11 undergraduate students and 2 graduate assistants from Georgia Southern on a fascinating study abroad program in conjunction with the Universidad Anahuac Mayab in Mexico for a month starting May 18, 2015.  The students learned modern land surveying techniques, including laser scanning, then were allowed to model the Temple of the Seven Dolls at the Dzibilchaltun Maya ruins.  They used a laser scanner and a quadricopter as well as data interpretation to create a 3Mayab4D point-Mayab1cloud model of the templeMayab2 with very high precision.


Construction Management Ranked #20 Nationally

American School Search (link here) has ranked Georgia Southern’s Construction Management program as #20 out of 782 institutions listed.


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