We are happy to welcome the newest member of the Kingston Research Group, Sadiqul Islam. Sadiqul is a PhD student in our department and is co-advised by Dr. Kingston and Dr. Shrotriya.
PhD student Kawkab Ahasan presented his research focused on the collection of aerosolized biothreats using multiphase microfluidics at the SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing conference in Orlando, FL.
Mechanical engineering assistant professor, Todd Kingston, and associate professor, Cary Pint, have received the Research Award from NASA EPSCoR with total support nearing $1,000,000 to investigate the fundamental processes in lithium-ion batteries during extreme thermal conditions, such as freeze-thaw cycles often encountered by spacecraft during lunar and Martian exploration.
PhD student Sam De Penning attended and presented at the 2023 Institute of Biological Engineering (IBE) Annual Conference. Sam is co-advised by Dr. Kingston and Dr. Shrotriya and his research is supported by the Department of Homeland Security.
Undergraduate student and researcher Anthony David recently presented his research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Anthony is co-advised by Dr. Kingston and Dr. Shrotriya
Students participate, Sam and Mahdi win at Binger Symposium Award
Graduate students in the Kingston Research Group participated in the 2023 Virginia C. and William P. Binger Binger Graduate Research Symposium. Congratulations to Sam De Penning and Mahdi Ishtiaque for being selected as winners of the poster competition.
Anthony to present biothreat detection research at Iowa State Capitol
Anthony David, senior in mechanical engineering, will present his undergraduate research at the Research in the Capitol Undergraduate Research Symposium on March 6, 2023. His research, “Fabricating Biosensor Platforms for Real-Time Biothreat Detection,” is one of 20 research projects selected to represent Iowa State and one of six engineering projects to be selected.
Anthony to Participate in DOE SULI Program at Ames National Laboratory
Anthony David was selected to participate in the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) Program. Anthony will intern at Ames National Laboratory for 10 weeks during Summer 2023. Congratulations, Anthony.
Mahdi presents research at Fall ECS Meeting in Atlanta
Mahdi Ishtiaque attended the Fall 2022 Electrochemical Society (ECS) Meeting in Atlanta, GA, and presented some of his recent research that is supported by the Office of Naval Research. Great work, Mahdi!
Todd Kingston, assistant professor in mechanical engineering (ME), has been named a Building a World of Difference Faculty Fellow in Engineering.
Three undergraduate researchers in the Kingston Research Group – Anthony David, Garrett Clasen, and Oscar Saldana – presented their research at the ISU Summer Research Symposium.
Dr. Todd Kingston of Iowa State’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Jun Cui of Materials Science and Engineering were selected for their proposal, “Exploiting Hydrodynamic Oscillations of Oscillating Heat Pipes for Thermomagnetic Power Generation from Low-grade Waste Heat.”
A team of Cyclone Engineers hope to advance the fundamental understanding and capabilities of lithium-based batteries for Naval applications with the help of a new grant from the Office of Naval Research.
Kawkab and Mahdi win Binger Symposium Award
Congratulations to Kawkab Ahasan and Mahdi Ishtiaque for being selected to receive a Binger Graduate Research Symposium Award for their outstanding contributions to the 2022 Virginia C. and William P. Binger Graduate Student Poster Symposium. The symposium is sponsored by the Virginia and William Binger Endowment.
The Office of Naval Research has awarded Dr. Todd Kingston and Dr. Cary Pint a grant to investigate the mechanisms of thermally induced electrochemical modifications in lithium batteries.
We are happy to welcome the newest member of the Kingston Research Group, Sam De Penning. Sam recently graduated from Dordt University with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and is now a PhD student in our department.
The Office of Naval Research recently awarded Prof. Kingston a grant to investigate the augmentation of Li-ion electrochemistry through the modulation of thermal gradients.
Researchers at Iowa State University hope to change that through a collaborative agreement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security worth as much as $2.5 million over five years.
Returning to Ames and conducting research at Iowa State University will be something of a homecoming for incoming mechanical engineering faculty member.