Blue skies and unseasonably warm temperatures greeted more than 165 School of Engineering alumni, faculty, and friends at the annual School of Engineering Alumni Football Tailgate on Saturday, October 21, 2017. We were honored to have new Rutgers University-New Brunswick Chancellor Deba Dutta and his wife join us before watching the Scarlet Knights triumph over the Purdue Boilermakers.
October 26, 2017
October 24, 2017
Rutgers University–New Brunswick’s School of Engineering honored five distinguished graduates of the school at a gala event on Thursday, October 5, recognizing alumni achievement in technology and asset management, automotive safety research, telecommunications advancements, and aerospace innovation. More than 250 alumni, industry partners, faculty, and students attended the 2017 Medal of Excellence and Distinguished Alumni event which celebrated the accomplishments of John P. Cipolletti, Reates K. Curry, Andrew L. Intrater, Emeka O. Oguh, and Roman P.
October 24, 2017
SoE group works with Dlo Geri to develop and install safe water systems Clean, safe drinking water –the most basic of human needs—can be in short supply in Haiti. A group of scientists and engineers that includes School of Engineering graduates and current students has joined forces with Dlo Geri, a not-for-profit group that works to deliver safe drinking water to the people of Haiti.
October 20, 2017
Professors Raychaudhuri and Fabris Rocognized at Annual School Awards Reception
October 16, 2017
Continuing to pave the way in innovation, Rutgers is launching a new program to bridge the gap between the lab and marketplace. Materials science and engineering professor Dunbar Birnie led the team that recently received a $500,000 grant to support Rutgers' inventions for the next five years through the NSF I-Corps program. According to the NSF, the I-Corps program works to bring research projects to the marketplace, thereby fostering a national ecosystem of innovation.
October 11, 2017
Every self-proclaimed engineer has faced the challenge...the notorious game of Pac-Man. As it is, playing Pac Man as a human can be extremely challenging, however programming a micromouse robot- a robot that can fit in the palm of your hand, running simply on arduinos, to beat Pac-Man seems crazy!
September 13, 2017
As construction progresses on Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering at Rutgers-New Brunswick, the School of Engineering celebrated the final beam installation with the building’s donor and name sake, Dick Weeks. It’s a tradition on construction sites to sign the final beam with the names of those who contributed to the framing of the project.
September 5, 2017
The Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering’s Marianthi Ierapetritou and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s Athina Petropulu recently advanced to the ranks of distinguished professor—a title reserved for faculty who have achieved “scholarly eminence” in their field, according to the university.
September 5, 2017
“I think being curious and a lifelong learner is essential, especially at the current pace of technology.” – Karl Rosenblum As Head of Global Capacity and Risk Strategy for Alcon, Karl Rosenblum (MS Ceramic Engineering ’88) is responsible for maintaining the capacity outlook for its vision care and surgical franchises. Drawing on his extensive experience in manufacturing capacity analysis and manufacturing strategy, he has helped to secure more than half a billion dollars in expansion capital.
August 31, 2017
Rutgers materials scientists discover powerful effect that could benefit robotics, aviation, medicine and other fields Imagine repeatedly lifting 165 times your weight without breaking a sweat – a feat normally reserved for the likes ofSuperman.