Sept. 2020 marked the end to one of Cal Poly’s summer undergraduate research programs (SURP) where students and Cal Poly alumni developed a safer and cheaper tool to detect sharks off the coast of California using artificial intelligence. Before the…
Incoming electrical engineering freshman Ashton Mitchell will be 16-years old when he starts at Cal Poly in the fall.
One Cal Poly engineering student’s 3D printing hobby turned into a way to combat medical equipment shortages after he was approached to print N95-style respirators out of his garage. Jeremy Ralston, a facilities engineer at the San Luis Obispo Surgery…
Cal Poly’s Wind Power Design team is among 13 universities selected to compete in the June 2021 Collegiate Wind Competition.
An engineering professor and two of his students have been collaborating to design low-cost ventilators that could potentially be used to treat COVID-19 patients.
Quality of Life Plus, or QL+, was originally created in 2006 by Cal Poly alum Jon Monett as a program to help wounded veterans through interdisciplinary senior projects.
Thirteen years and millions of cells ago, Kristen O’Halloran Cardinal began the tissue engineering lab at Cal Poly.
“We can think of it like an automatic sprinkler,” mechanical engineering senior Daniel Santoro said.
Students and faculty will work with the local California Cybersecurity Institute (CCI) and Cal Poly’s Digital Transformation Hub to develop solutions for issues regarding space satellites.
Three teams of Cal Poly students traveled to Ghana to complete three solar power engineering projects in June 2019 within the small village of Agbokpa.
An interdisciplinary senior project class (ENGR 459) is working with a national non-profit to help people with disabilities surf. AmpSurf is a non-profit national organization headquartered in Pismo Beach “established to Promote, Inspire, Educate and Rehabilitate (PIER) all people with disabilities…