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Kent State University

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Kent State University
College of Applied Engineering
Sustainability & Technology

1400 Lefton Esplanade
Kent, OH 44242
United States of America
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Fax: +1 330 6722894


Mr. Dr Yanhai Du
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Tom Southards
Outreach Program Manager
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Mobile: +1 330 2837880
Fax: +1 330 6722894
Ms. Kimberly Holizna
Lecturer - Global Development, Aerospace & Industrial Sectors
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Type of company
University/Institute of higher education

Year founded

No. of employees
1.001-10.000 (Status: 2017)

Annual turnover
between 100M and 1 billion USD (Status: 2016)

Robert G. Sines, Jr.
Interim Dean
Kent State University
College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology
+1 330 6720790
+1 330 6722892 (CAEST general number)
+1 330 6722894 (fax)

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Kent State University, College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology (KSU-CAEST) is one of the eleven colleges of Kent State University, with more than 1,000 students and near double-digit growth in recent years. As one of its fastest growing colleges, the university has committed strong support to expand its programs. Kent State has constructed a new 55,000 square foot building for the college. The Aeronautics and Technology Building (ATB) is located at 1400 Lefton Esplanade. Faculty research interests include: solid oxide fuel cells and electrolyzers; fuel cell testing methods; environmental issues affecting airports; radiation effects in solar cells, polymer materials, radiation dosimetry, and Monte Carlo simulation to predict radiation dosage in materials; aerodynamic performance of vertical axis wind turbine blades through experimentation and modeling. the transient response of UAS prop-rotors to changes in motor speed; aircraft design sensitivity and others.

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