College of Engineering

regional flood map

Flood threats changing across US

UI study finds flood risk growing in the North, declining in the South
A University of Iowa study finds the threat of flooding is growing in the northern half of the United States and declining in the South. The findings are based on water-height measurements at 2,042 stream and rivers, compared to NASA data showing the amount of water stored in the ground.
A University of Iowa student receives his degree during the Graduate College commencement ceremony Dec. 16 at Hancher Auditorium. About 250 students received degrees at the ceremony.

Recapping fall 2016 commencement

About 1,500 graduates received degrees at ceremonies this past weekend
About 1,500 University of Iowa students received their degrees at fall 2016 commencement ceremonies Dec. 16–18. “Iowa Now” captured several celebratory moments at the festivities.

The China Post University of Iowa confers alumni award on local professor

Cheng Cheng-kung was presented with the Outstanding University of Iowa Alumni Award during a ceremony in Taipei, Taiwan. UI College of Engineering Dean Alec B. Scranton presented the award.

Cheng is a distinguished professor of biomedical engineering and director of the Orthopedic Device Research Center at National Yang Ming University.

caps at commencement

UI to honor December 2016 graduates

More than 1,500 degrees will be awarded in ceremonies Dec. 16–18
The University of Iowa will award degrees to more than 1,500 graduates during seven ceremonies this weekend.
University of Iowa Engineering Commencement - December 18, 2016

Video: College of Engineering winter 2016 commencement ceremony

Sunday, Dec. 18, noon, Hancher Auditorium
A video recording of the winter 2016 UI College of Engineering commencement ceremony is now available for viewing. The event was held Dec. 18.
caitlin danielson

UI student graduates with her dream degree

Bachelor of Science in Engineering with computer science and engineering major approved by Board of Regents in June
Caitlin Danielson will become the first UI student to graduate with majors in computer science and engineering within the Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree. The degree is a joint effort between the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
students and instructor in automated vehicle heading toward an inflatable vehicle

An education on innovation in automation

Engineering class studies automated vehicle technologies
The UI College of Engineering's Automated Vehicle Systems Inc. class is run more like a startup company, and engages students in ways not usually found in typical classwork.
University Model CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) for the City of St. Louis

UI expertise sought worldwide for industry-leading hydraulics models

IIHR–Hydroscience and Engineering researchers recently completed a project for the city of St. Louis
IIHR researchers recently built a 1:16 scale model of part of a new sewer collection system to test and validate the design of various underground tunnels for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District.