Researchers from Tech to speak at national Air Force symposium
Three Louisiana Tech University researchers and a Louisiana Tech Ph.D. student have been invited to speak as part of this week’s Air Force Global Strike Command’s (AFGSC) annual Technology and Innovation Symposium at Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City.
Tech’s Society of Women Engineers to attend national conference
Thirty-two members of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at Louisiana Tech University will be attending this week’s National SWE Conference in Houston, Texas to participate in a variety of professional development sessions, hear from women engineers in positions of national leadership, and participate in a career fair featuring over 250 companies and universities.
Nanotechnology developed at Tech leads to breakthrough in fuel conversion
Recognizing a national need to eliminate U.S. dependency on foreign oil and reverse large trade deficits driven by oil imports, Jupiter Fuels – a privately owned startup development company focused on proving the economics of breakthrough natural gas-to-liquid fuel conversion technology – is capitalizing on nanotechnology energy research taking place at Louisiana Tech University.
Mathematics professor wins teaching award
Dr. Bernd Schroeder, academic director and Edmondson/Crump Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at Louisiana Tech University, has been selected to receive the 2014 Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Louisiana/Mississippi Section Award for Distinguished Teaching.