Welcome to Biological Systems Engineering!
Biological Systems Engineering (BSE) faculty and staff are dedicated to educating people to meet the engineering, management, technical sales, and service needs of the agriculture and food industry. We do this by advancing science through an active research program, teaching engineering students, and disseminating research findings through extension programs. This web site was developed to help you learn and understand what Biological Systems Engineers do and what kind of opportunities await you with a degree from this department.
The Latest from BSE
- April 26, 2018
Biological Systems Engineering welcomes Troy Runge, PhD, as our next Chair, effective January 1st, 2018. Dr. Runge is currently an associate professor and has been at BSE since 2009, teaching in the food and bioprocessing …January 2, 2018
Doug Reinemann, chair of the Department of Biological Systems Engineering, has been named CALS associate dean for extension and outreach. In this role, Reinemann will be in charge of the organization, content, and effectiveness of …January 2, 2018
Dr Brian Luck is featured in an article in the latest edition of Wisconsin Institute for Discovery’s “Stories” newsletter. He and Dr. Rebecca Willett from Electrical and Computer Engineering are putting together a smartphone app …September 8, 2017
- More News
- May 26Masterclass: Beekeeping 1:00 PM, Allen Centennial Garden
- June 12Trowels and Taps 5:00 PM, Allen Centennial Garden
- June 16Masterclass: Design, Create, Build: Walls9:00 AM, Allen Centennial Garden
- June 19Youth Tractor and Machinery Safety TrainingThree-day training8:30 AM, Spooner Agricultural Research Station, Spooner, Wis.
- June 20Youth Tractor and Machinery Safety TrainingThree-day training8:30 AM, Spooner Agricultural Research Station, Spooner, Wis.