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Founded in 1893, the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder is the second largest of seven schools and colleges at one of the nation's top public research institutions.

Latest Episodes

A look into the ProReady initiative - Ben Weihrauch - Episode 18

This episode of On CUE spotlights one of the college's brand new initiatives for student professional development; ProReady. Senior Director of Student Professional Development Ben Weihrauch walks us through how the idea came about, why it will be pivotal for students and how to get involved. Subscribe and never miss a CUE! For more information visit www.colorado.edu/engineeering For a full transcript of the podcast visit https://www.colorado.edu/engineering/podcast-the-proready-initiative

11 MIN2 w ago
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A look into the ProReady initiative - Ben Weihrauch - Episode 18

Innovators In The College - Jacob Segil & Lucy Pao - Episode 17

On this edition of On CUE, we are looking at two research projects at the college that could be transformational at both the individual and global levels. Their work touches on personalized medicine, quantum engineering, clean energy, national security and so, so much more. First up, Jacob Segil - an instructor for the Engineering Plus and Mechanical Engineering degree programs who's work focuses on creating advanced prosthetics capable of "feeling." Our second guest is Lucy Pao, a professor in the Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering, her research focuses on control systems, multisensor fusion, and haptic and multimodal visual/haptic/audio interfaces. In this interview Lucy speaks to us about one of her projects focused on bringing down the cost of wind energy via innovating the traditional designs of wind turbines. Subscribe and never miss a CUE! For more information visit www.colorado.edu/engineeering For a full transcript of the podcast visit https://www.co...

11 MIN3 w ago
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Innovators In The College - Jacob Segil & Lucy Pao - Episode 17

"Colorado is the greatest state." - Brodie Hoyer - Episode 16

Brodie Hoyer steps out of the lab and into the recording booth in this episode of On CUE. We cover everything from military activity on campus, his experiences both studying and teaching engineering at West Point and the research he is currently conducting in the Advanced Medical Technologies Laboratory under the guidance of Dr. Mark Rentschler. Subscribe and never miss a CUE! For more information visit www.colorado.edu/engineeering For a full transcript of the podcast visit https://www.colorado.edu/engineering/brodie-hoyer-podcast

17 MINNOV 12
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"Colorado is the greatest state." - Brodie Hoyer - Episode 16

"It's fantastic hands-on experience." - Eric Frew - Episode 15

Project TORUS–or Targeted Observation by Radars and UAS of Supercells–is a two-year partnership between CU Boulder, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (which is leading the work), Texas Tech University, the University of Oklahoma and the National Severe Storms Laboratory. The goal is to collect data to improve the conceptual model of supercell thunderstorms, the parent storms of the most destructive tornadoes, to help with future forecasting and warning. In this episode, Frew talks about CU's role in the project, misconceptions about the work and where it could all be going. Read more: https://colorado.edu/engineering/torus19

17 MINJUL 1
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"It's fantastic hands-on experience." - Eric Frew - Episode 15

"We're essentially creating a new discipline in my lab." - Wil Srubar - Ep. 14

Wil Srubar is an assistant professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering department at CU. Guided by the tenets of industrial ecology, his team's collective vision is to engineer next-generation infrastructure materials by blurring the boundaries between the built environment and the natural world. Materials of current interest include biodegradable polymers, phase-change materials, recycled aggregate concrete, and natural-fiber composites for green building applications. For transcript click here: https://www.colorado.edu/engineering/2019/05/27/were-essentially-creating-new-discipline-my-lab-wil-srubar-ep-14

16 MINMAY 28
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"We're essentially creating a new discipline in my lab." - Wil Srubar - Ep. 14

"Tangible impact in real terms" - Evan Thomas - Ep. 13

In this episode, we talk to Associate Professor Evan Thomas about his position as Mortenson Center director. The Mortenson Center was established by Engineering Professor Bernard Amadei, with a generous endowment from Alice and Mort Mortenson. Thomas became director of the center in July. He has a long history with CU Boulder and the College of Engineering and Applied Science stretching back to 2001 when he began his undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering, and was one of the first Engineers Without Borders-CU students with Amadei. Thomas has a PhD in aerospace engineering from CU, is a registered professional environmental engineer and has a master’s in public health from the Oregon Health & Science University.

22 MINMAY 21
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"Tangible impact in real terms" - Evan Thomas - Ep. 13

Behind the Scenes at New Venture Challenge 11 Championships

With 700 RSVPs, $250K in funding and 120 teams competing in the 11th annual New Venture Challenge, 2019 was a record-breaking year for CU’s campus-wide venture competition. During this episode, we aim to capture the electricity from the championships as campus and community gathered at the Boulder Theatre to watch six finalists compete for funding. Innovation Action Team members Rachel Sharpe and Omar Kaheel sit down with Students and Startups producer and Boulder Tech Podcast host, Joel Davis, to debrief. Discover what set these six finalists apart as they bring you behind the scenes for interviews with VIPs, track leaders and NVC finalists.

26 MINMAY 9
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Behind the Scenes at New Venture Challenge 11 Championships

Stride Tech, NVC 11 Winner: Timothy Visos-Ely, BE in Engineering Plus

Although 120 teams compete, only one team leaves with $100K in funding for their venture in the University of Colorado-Boulder’s New Venture Challenge. This year that team was Stride Tech, for their product Smart Step that digitally enhances walkers to help seniors correct dangerous walking habits. Solving a nearly universal pain, this venture was built by a group of CU undergraduates from the ‘Engineering for Social Innovation’ section of mechanical engineering senior design. The polished pitch seen at the NVC championship is never the whole picture - so join us to discover how the founder, Timothy Visos-Ely, a senior studying engineering plus, took advantage of nearly every resource around him to win the most competitive year yet of the New Venture Challenge.

20 MINMAY 9
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Stride Tech, NVC 11 Winner: Timothy Visos-Ely, BE in Engineering Plus

The Making of an Innovation University: Sarabeth Berk, Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Sarabeth Berk, CU’s Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, joins Colin Mraz, a current CU Boulder senior completing his BS in communication, to discuss what innovation means across campus and how CU is working hard to spread a culture of innovation. They also discuss how students can innovate in their careers and thrive as hybrid professionals who combine disciplines to create new roles.

38 MINMAY 9
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The Making of an Innovation University: Sarabeth Berk, Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Shinesty: Chris White, JD/MBA and Jens Nicolaysen, BS in Business Administration and Marketing

Founders of the outrageous clothing line Shinesty and former CU Boulder alums Chris White and Jens Nicolaysen sit down to talk about the nitty-gritty of creative content-based startups. Chris White graduated from CU in 2015 with an MBA and JD and Jen Nicolaysen graduated in 2010 with a BS in Business Administration and Marketing. From their line of Christmas tree suits to their vintage ski onesies, the company they built while at CU, Shinesty, has what you need to bring life to your party, or party to your life. Join us as we dive into a conversation about the garage days, the importance of brand, the ups, and downs of the startup world, and much more. This interview is part of a miniseries called Students and Startups, a project led by the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative.

45 MINAPR 30
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Shinesty: Chris White, JD/MBA and Jens Nicolaysen, BS in Business Administration and Marketing

Latest Episodes

A look into the ProReady initiative - Ben Weihrauch - Episode 18

This episode of On CUE spotlights one of the college's brand new initiatives for student professional development; ProReady. Senior Director of Student Professional Development Ben Weihrauch walks us through how the idea came about, why it will be pivotal for students and how to get involved. Subscribe and never miss a CUE! For more information visit www.colorado.edu/engineeering For a full transcript of the podcast visit https://www.colorado.edu/engineering/podcast-the-proready-initiative

11 MIN2 w ago
Comments
A look into the ProReady initiative - Ben Weihrauch - Episode 18

Innovators In The College - Jacob Segil & Lucy Pao - Episode 17

On this edition of On CUE, we are looking at two research projects at the college that could be transformational at both the individual and global levels. Their work touches on personalized medicine, quantum engineering, clean energy, national security and so, so much more. First up, Jacob Segil - an instructor for the Engineering Plus and Mechanical Engineering degree programs who's work focuses on creating advanced prosthetics capable of "feeling." Our second guest is Lucy Pao, a professor in the Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering, her research focuses on control systems, multisensor fusion, and haptic and multimodal visual/haptic/audio interfaces. In this interview Lucy speaks to us about one of her projects focused on bringing down the cost of wind energy via innovating the traditional designs of wind turbines. Subscribe and never miss a CUE! For more information visit www.colorado.edu/engineeering For a full transcript of the podcast visit https://www.co...

11 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Innovators In The College - Jacob Segil & Lucy Pao - Episode 17

"Colorado is the greatest state." - Brodie Hoyer - Episode 16

Brodie Hoyer steps out of the lab and into the recording booth in this episode of On CUE. We cover everything from military activity on campus, his experiences both studying and teaching engineering at West Point and the research he is currently conducting in the Advanced Medical Technologies Laboratory under the guidance of Dr. Mark Rentschler. Subscribe and never miss a CUE! For more information visit www.colorado.edu/engineeering For a full transcript of the podcast visit https://www.colorado.edu/engineering/brodie-hoyer-podcast

17 MINNOV 12
Comments
"Colorado is the greatest state." - Brodie Hoyer - Episode 16

"It's fantastic hands-on experience." - Eric Frew - Episode 15

Project TORUS–or Targeted Observation by Radars and UAS of Supercells–is a two-year partnership between CU Boulder, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (which is leading the work), Texas Tech University, the University of Oklahoma and the National Severe Storms Laboratory. The goal is to collect data to improve the conceptual model of supercell thunderstorms, the parent storms of the most destructive tornadoes, to help with future forecasting and warning. In this episode, Frew talks about CU's role in the project, misconceptions about the work and where it could all be going. Read more: https://colorado.edu/engineering/torus19

17 MINJUL 1
Comments
"It's fantastic hands-on experience." - Eric Frew - Episode 15

"We're essentially creating a new discipline in my lab." - Wil Srubar - Ep. 14

Wil Srubar is an assistant professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering department at CU. Guided by the tenets of industrial ecology, his team's collective vision is to engineer next-generation infrastructure materials by blurring the boundaries between the built environment and the natural world. Materials of current interest include biodegradable polymers, phase-change materials, recycled aggregate concrete, and natural-fiber composites for green building applications. For transcript click here: https://www.colorado.edu/engineering/2019/05/27/were-essentially-creating-new-discipline-my-lab-wil-srubar-ep-14

16 MINMAY 28
Comments
"We're essentially creating a new discipline in my lab." - Wil Srubar - Ep. 14

"Tangible impact in real terms" - Evan Thomas - Ep. 13

In this episode, we talk to Associate Professor Evan Thomas about his position as Mortenson Center director. The Mortenson Center was established by Engineering Professor Bernard Amadei, with a generous endowment from Alice and Mort Mortenson. Thomas became director of the center in July. He has a long history with CU Boulder and the College of Engineering and Applied Science stretching back to 2001 when he began his undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering, and was one of the first Engineers Without Borders-CU students with Amadei. Thomas has a PhD in aerospace engineering from CU, is a registered professional environmental engineer and has a master’s in public health from the Oregon Health & Science University.

22 MINMAY 21
Comments
"Tangible impact in real terms" - Evan Thomas - Ep. 13

Behind the Scenes at New Venture Challenge 11 Championships

With 700 RSVPs, $250K in funding and 120 teams competing in the 11th annual New Venture Challenge, 2019 was a record-breaking year for CU’s campus-wide venture competition. During this episode, we aim to capture the electricity from the championships as campus and community gathered at the Boulder Theatre to watch six finalists compete for funding. Innovation Action Team members Rachel Sharpe and Omar Kaheel sit down with Students and Startups producer and Boulder Tech Podcast host, Joel Davis, to debrief. Discover what set these six finalists apart as they bring you behind the scenes for interviews with VIPs, track leaders and NVC finalists.

26 MINMAY 9
Comments
Behind the Scenes at New Venture Challenge 11 Championships

Stride Tech, NVC 11 Winner: Timothy Visos-Ely, BE in Engineering Plus

Although 120 teams compete, only one team leaves with $100K in funding for their venture in the University of Colorado-Boulder’s New Venture Challenge. This year that team was Stride Tech, for their product Smart Step that digitally enhances walkers to help seniors correct dangerous walking habits. Solving a nearly universal pain, this venture was built by a group of CU undergraduates from the ‘Engineering for Social Innovation’ section of mechanical engineering senior design. The polished pitch seen at the NVC championship is never the whole picture - so join us to discover how the founder, Timothy Visos-Ely, a senior studying engineering plus, took advantage of nearly every resource around him to win the most competitive year yet of the New Venture Challenge.

20 MINMAY 9
Comments
Stride Tech, NVC 11 Winner: Timothy Visos-Ely, BE in Engineering Plus

The Making of an Innovation University: Sarabeth Berk, Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Sarabeth Berk, CU’s Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, joins Colin Mraz, a current CU Boulder senior completing his BS in communication, to discuss what innovation means across campus and how CU is working hard to spread a culture of innovation. They also discuss how students can innovate in their careers and thrive as hybrid professionals who combine disciplines to create new roles.

38 MINMAY 9
Comments
The Making of an Innovation University: Sarabeth Berk, Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Shinesty: Chris White, JD/MBA and Jens Nicolaysen, BS in Business Administration and Marketing

Founders of the outrageous clothing line Shinesty and former CU Boulder alums Chris White and Jens Nicolaysen sit down to talk about the nitty-gritty of creative content-based startups. Chris White graduated from CU in 2015 with an MBA and JD and Jen Nicolaysen graduated in 2010 with a BS in Business Administration and Marketing. From their line of Christmas tree suits to their vintage ski onesies, the company they built while at CU, Shinesty, has what you need to bring life to your party, or party to your life. Join us as we dive into a conversation about the garage days, the importance of brand, the ups, and downs of the startup world, and much more. This interview is part of a miniseries called Students and Startups, a project led by the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative.

45 MINAPR 30
Comments
Shinesty: Chris White, JD/MBA and Jens Nicolaysen, BS in Business Administration and Marketing
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