February 2015

February 17, 2015
Business services consulting firm Accenture, in partnership with Rutgers School of Engineering, hosted a case study competition on Wednesday, January 23, 2015, where students applied their analytical and quantitative skills to a unique business situation. Seven teams (28 students) took part in the five-hour competition which also provided students with a glimpse of Accenture’s day-to-day operations and management structure as well as an opportunity to interact with fellow Rutgers graduates now working at Accenture, including recruiters and executive leaders.
February 17, 2015
“If you study packaging engineering, you can’t go wrong. The opportunities are endless and the experiences are phenomenal.” –Douglas Silady Douglas Silady is executive vice president of Package Development and Engineering at Boom! Creative Development. A 2014 inductee into the New Jersey Packaging Executives Club Hall of Fame, he is a Certified Packaging Professional through the Packaging Institute who holds both utility and design patents. He currently serves on the School of Engineering Packaging Engineering Program Advisory Board.
February 12, 2015
Three faculty members from Rutgers’ Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering won 2015 Faculty Early Career Development awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF), one of the most prestigious NSF honors for outstanding you faculty. Assistant Professors Waheed Bajwa, Anand Sarwate, and Saman Zonouz were awarded for their research proposals in areas impacting large data sets, data security, cybersecurity of power grids. Signal and Data Modeling
February 3, 2015
February 3, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Building’s name to honor alumnus and chairman of leading marine and construction firm, and will promote team-based learning, manufacturing and sustainable systems research NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Gifts of $10 million to the Rutgers University Foundation will name a gateway engineering building that will enhance education, promote research and strengthen ties between Rutgers and New Jersey’s technology-based businesses.

January 2015

January 28, 2015
It is with great sadness that the School of Engineering announces the death of Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor David Daut, who died on Saturday, January 24, 2015. David G. Daut received his bachelors degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and master's and Ph.D. degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He joined Rutgers University in 1980. His teaching and research activities were in the areas of communications and information systems, focusing on data/bandwidth compression techniques in the context of image coding and transmission.

December 2014

December 17, 2014
Thomas N. Farris, dean of the School of Engineering at Rutgers University, has appointed Prabhas Moghe to the position of research director for Engineering-Biomedical and Health Sciences Alliances and Partnerships.  
December 17, 2014
Professor to Lead Multi-Disciplinary Rutgers University Team in Development of New Strategies
December 17, 2014
Longtime School of Engineering Dean Elmer Easton (1948-1974) was known for his commitment and dedication to student success so it is a fitting tribute that the new engineering student "touch down" space has been named in his honor. The Elmer C. Easton Engineering Student Hub, located in the Fiber Optics building and auditorium, was recently renovated as a gathering space for students to study, collaborate, and relax.
December 17, 2014
“That kid sitting next to you in class is someone you’ll have a professional relationship with for the rest of your life. I’m still using the network I built back when I was a student.” – John Ballato
December 16, 2014
A “smart” infant car seat that feeds its occupant while it plays soothing music, a robot doorman that screens visitors and receives packages for a building’s residents and an automated snack mix production machine. These are three of 14 projects that senior students in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering will showcase to faculty, students and family on Friday morning. The annual event caps off a rigorous yearlong course in which students assess market needs and build systems that can meet those needs in innovative ways.