Locations

Moscow

Office of the Dean
Phone: (208) 885-6470
Toll-free: 88-88-UIDAHO
Fax: (208) 885-6645
Email: deanengr@uidaho.edu

Janssen Engineering (JEB)
Room 125

875 Perimeter Drive MS 1011
Moscow, ID 83844-1011

Dean's Office Directory

Boise

Contact Denise Engebrecht
Phone: (208) 364-6123
Fax: (208) 364-3160
Email: denisee@uidaho.edu

Idaho Water Center
322 E. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

uidaho.edu/boise-engineering

Idaho Falls

Contact Debbie Caudle
Phone: (208) 282-7983
Fax: (208) 282-7929
Email: debrac@uidaho.edu

1776 Science Center Drive, Suite 306
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402

Distance Education

Engineering Outreach
Phone: (208) 885-6373
Toll-free: (800) 824-2889
Fax: (208) 885-9249
E-mail: outreach@uidaho.edu

eo.uidaho.edu

Research Features

Big-STEM
UI Researchers Gain New Advantage with One of the Nation’s Most Powerful Computers. When complete, Big-STEM will have 8 terabytes of memory – 4,000 times the memory of the average home computer.
» Read more about Big-STEM.
pacific-lamprey-passage-structures
Pacific Lamprey Passage Structures
UI Engineeris work to aid Pacific Lamprey Migration along the Columbia River
» Read more about Pacific Lamprey Passage Structures.
Civil Engineering Professor Dr Eric Coats at the University of Idaho and a graduate student turn cow droppings into plastic
Manure Into Money
Plastic made by Erik Coats’ research team is special - unlike the usual petroleum-based plastics, it is made from cow manure.
» Read more about Professor Erik Coats and his teams research.
Marching band with Band-Beesten the Human-Assisted Robotic Drumset
Rolling with the Beat
Collaborating to Create the Impossible
“Done right, this really could revolutionize what marching bands are doing at all levels. That’s the goal — getting on the forefront of this and doing something unique and different.”
» Read more about Band-Beesten.
Cybersecurity Research
Research bolstered by a $640,200 award bestowed by the State Board of Education through IGEM to U-Idaho's Center for Secure and Dependable Systems.
» Read more
Methane Rain EXPO team testing design in liquid nitrogen
Real-World Value from an Out-of-this-World EXPO Project
Students involved with the 2011 EXPO’s Insane Methane Rain Plane project developed an experiment that can be flown on a future research mission to Titan, Saturn's largest moon.
» Read more on what the students say is the greatest value of being a part of EXPO.
Akira Tokuhiro, professor of nuclear and mechanical engineering
Professor’s Experience Brings the Calm after the Storm
Perspective on a Global Crisis
While many worried about the worst case scenario, Tokuhiro equated it to a much simpler situation.
» Watch Professor Tokuhiro's seminar on the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident.
Eric Wolbrect with robotic hand
Many Hands Make Light Work
Robotic Therapy to Help Stroke Patients
Putting on a coat may not seem like a large achievement, but new technology that could help stroke patients do just that makes the act an attainable goal.
» Read more about Eric Wolbrecht's Robotic therapy development.
Testing soil conditions
Building a Solid Foundation
Idaho Research Rock Solid
Building bridges around the world; connecting soil particles to stabilize buildings and roads in hard to reach areas.
» Learn more about how U of I will build bridges around the world.
Traffic engineering students
A Picture Worth 1,000 Words
Virtual Technology and Design Bolsters Traffic Signal Systems Education
Some people complain about traffic, Christopher DeLorto actually wants to do something about it.
» Read more about Christopher's ideas on traffic signal systems.
Working in a clean room
High Honors Earned for Small Packages
Microelectronics Professor recognized by International Society
Professor Fred Barlow III named Fellow of Society by IMAPS at 2009 Symposium
» Read more about Professor Fred Barlow and his high honors.
Anechoic Chamber
Chamber of Secrets
Anechoic chamber helps research hi-tech antennas
» Read more about how Anechoic chamber helps research hi-tech antennas.
Ammonium perchlorate
Evolving a Solution
Life always finds a way. And apparently, so does simulated life.
» Read more about how U of I scientists are removing ammonium perchlorate from groundwater quickly and efficiently.