Prof. John D. Williams, Director
Graduate student JJ Moritz and Professors John Williams and Leslie Stone-Roy have been featured on CSU's SOURCE website for their work on a sensory substitution device
that converts sound to electrical impulses detected by the tongue.
Words in the mouth: CSU device lets you hear with your tongue by Kortny Rolston, January 12, 2015.
John Williams, Leslie Stone-Roy, and JJ Moritz
Photo by John Eisele/Colorado State University
- John Williams received the university-wide Jack E. Cermak Outstanding Advisor Award for the 2010-2011 academic year. The award was endowed in 1984 to honor excellence in academic advising, including recognition by students and peers as an outstanding advisor; capacity to offer career as well as academic advising; interpersonal communication skills that lead to beneficial advising relationships; and contributions to the improvement of advising services and/or the appreciation of academic advising throughout the campus.
- Professors John Williams and Ketul Popat (Mechanical Engineering, School of Biomedical Engineering) were recognized in the College of Engineering's "Infrastructure" publication for thier 2008-2009 senior design practicum collaboration. The students created a plasma-based biomedical coating system to investigate surface modifications that may improve dental and orthopedic implant integration.
- Professor Wilbur recognized for his Medal of Outstanding Achievement in Electric Propulsion.
September 2007: Professor Paul Wilbur was awarded a Medal of Outstanding Achievement in Electric Propulsion at the
30th International Electric Propulsion Conference held in Florence, Italy.
- "For his seminal work and many classic contributions to ion propulsion, and for his invaluable role in EP education."
- The NASA-JPL Dawn mission launched September 27th. Dawn will visit the asteroids Vesta (2011) and Ceres (2015) using ion propulsion.
- July 17, 2007: KUNC NPR Audio Clip
- July 13, 2007: Project could help clean up space litter
- July 9, 2007: CSU grad central to launch of NASA Dawn mission
- June 28, 2007: 2006-2007 senior design FAST Pallet project: