Keiko HarveySenior Vice-president of Network Services at Verizon Communications Keiko Harvey, a graduate of the School of Engineering, B.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1972, is a Senior Vice-president for Video Network Services at Verizon Communications. She is responsible for Verizon's video engineering, planning, and video services. Prior to her appointment to that position. Ms.
August 24, 2011
August 24, 2011
At a time when most people think manufacturing in this country is on the skids, New Jersey Congressman Rush Holt (D-12) said he is encouraged to see several small and mid-sized companies in the state doing imaginative manufacturing that is putting people to work. Holt wrapped up a weeklong tour of innovative central New Jersey manufacturers with a stop at Rutgers on Tuesday, where he and congressional colleague Frank Pallone (D-6) held a roundtable discussion to explore ways to expand manufacturing, create jobs, and engage New Jersey’s institutions of higher education.
August 11, 2011
Join the Rutgers University School of Engineering as they hit the West Coast with host and alumnus Terry Stewart, President and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! Reconnect with fellow alumni and network with our partners in industry on the first stop on the 2011 - 2012 Rock & Stomp Tour, brought to the Campaign for SoEvolution
July 18, 2011
Rutgers researchers turn model for supercomputing use on its ear By Tim Greene, Network World
July 14, 2011
June 28, 2011
A multi-institutional team consisting of The Center for Autonomic Computing (Rutgers University), IBM T.J. Watson Research Center and Center for Subsurface Modeling (The University of Texas at Austin) was awarded the first place in the IEEE SCALE 2011 Challenge for their demonstration titled “A Scalable Ensemble-based Oil-Reservoir Simulations using Blue Gene/P-as-a-Service”.
June 28, 2011
**Check out the original article at NJ.com/newsNEW BRUNSWICK — Trying to shut up a persnickety customer who complained his fries were too thick and soggy, a vengeful chef in upstate New York during the mid-19th century sent back burnt thin slices.The potato chip was invented.
June 21, 2011
“I want to learn their approach to engineering and I want to learn real world, practical things,” said Anthony Brown, a distinguished bioenvironmental engineering student who was selected for an opportunity to participate in a study abroad program in China this summer.
June 14, 2011
June 7, 2011
It’s not unusual for working engineers to enroll in master’s programs to update or broaden their knowledge. But a master’s program in the Rutgers’ School of Engineering seems to be drawing more than the usual number of students who are sponsored by their employers. This past year, 11 people from the Canadian Forces, Greece’s Hellenic Air Force, and Schlumberger, a worldwide oilfield services firm headquartered in Paris, chose to pursue graduate work in Rutgers’ Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE).