The 2019 Engineering Summer Research program provided internships to 13 Engineering undergraduate and four graduate students, and five high school students from local high schools.
X-ray footprinting mass spectrometry (XFMS) is a relatively new method to investigate structural features and conformational changes of macromolecules in the solution state. This technique is an innovative way to precisely probe proteins and their surroundings using X-rays.
Two engineering graduate students, Saumya Saxena and Geoff Thomas, from Sonoma State University participated in Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) to present their project at the 2019 GCTC Expo held in Washington DC, July 10 - 12, 2019.
The electrodynamics engineering laboratory (eel) is established at Sonoma State Engineering Department to advance research in electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering, antenna design, novel electromagnetic materials, microwave circuit design, and real-time signal processing techniques.
This year eight teams of engineering students showcased their senior design projects.
Electrical Engineering students presented 14 posters representing their scholarly work and research at 2019 SSU Symposium of Research & Creativity Registration.
As we approach summer, many of our EE students are getting ready to start their internship at different companies and organizations.
The first two winners of the electrical engineering monthly challenge, The Q-MARGIN, are announced. Daniel Greisen and Joseph Haun won February and March challenges, respectively. Each winner is presented with a $25 gift card courtesy of the Engineering Science Department.