Mike O'Connor reflects on his time as a student.
50 States 50 Summits is Jason Yue's ambitious project to climb to the highest point in each of America's states, as well as an exercise in applying his engineering curriculum and problem solving skills to make his goals a reality.
Professor Deborah Thurston reflects on her 30 years at ISE and details her current leadership role on a team endowed with $70 million to tackle sustainability in industry.
Julia Francesca Santos wasn't sure at first how a systems engineering major could translate into her medical school dreams. Now a sophomore and leader within her college, she's taken her knowledge of the variety within her major back home to inspire students at her former high school.
A drive to continue learning through both mentorship and research has kept Professor Shiv Kapoor inspired and instructing at Illinois since 1979.
Researchers at ISE are laying the groundwork for cooperative robots that might be able to read our minds.
Kathleen Hu's benevolent start-up Dibbs aims to eliminate food waste by connecting local food agencies to grocery stores.
Alumni Matthew Goetz recalls his time at Illinois.
Walter Holm recalls his time working on the LEM in a letter.
"Scott visits with Kesh Kesavades, the director of the Health Care Engineering Systems Center at the University of Illinois, on how devices like an Echo are playing a role in health care."
December graduate and Express Scripts new hire Virupaksh "Viru" Agrawal reflects on how his ISE education shaped his extracurricular work and values.
Professors Kesh Kesavades and R.S. Srinivas and ther assistant Pavithra Rajeswaran are developing Amazon Echo technology for use in healthcare.
Holecek fondly remembers Dobrovolny in a letter.