College of Engineering and Computer Science

The College, which includes Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Construction Management, Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical and Electronic Engineering, subscribes to a practical, design-oriented philosophy that encourages independent thinking and problem-solving.

Introduction: Dean's SegmentPlay Clip

Physical Therapy sessionDean Emir Jose Macari gives The Magazine an update and overview of the College of Engineering and Computer Science, and 2012-13 Dean's Award winner Jessica Nugent shares her goals for a career in hydroelectric power generation.

California Smart Grid Center

Play ClipChild in speech therapySacramento State is the home of the California Smart Grid Center. Professors Suresh Vadhva and Mohammad Viziri talk about the need to develop more efficient ways of using energy in the 21st century.

Cybercorps Scholarship for Service Grant

Play ClipChild in speech therapySacramento State's Computer Science department was awarded a $1.1 million National Science Foundation grant that has enabled 15 students to become information security specialists. Grant recipient Jason Landsborough and Professor Isaac Ghansah speak with the Magazine about Cybercorps.

Cyber Security CenterPlay Clip

Camerata CapistranoStudent Jason Landsborough and Professor Behnam Arad discuss the need for information security specialists and the Center for Information Assurance and Security, which is housed in the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

Mechanical Engineering and the Hornet Racing Team

Play ClipChild in speech therapyThe Magazine welcomes Mechanical Engineering students Marcos Navarro and David Braden, who also aremembers of the Hornet Racing Formula SAE Team. For the past two decades, dedicated groups of Sac State Engineering students have applied their diverse skills to create Formula SAE race cars and then compete in college-level races.

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