“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).
June 2, 2011
Engineering students develop innovative iPhone application for the Rutgers community
May 25, 2011
As one of the nation’s leading research institutions, Rutgers Engineering invites you to become a part of its rich legacy and history. From a challenging work environment to a unified sense of community, Rutgers Engineering has it all!
May 24, 2011
The IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Awards Program honors outstanding Ph.D. students that have demonstrated substantial interest in problem solving and research in topics that are within IBM’s focus areas. As a competitive worldwide fellowship awards program, students must be nominated by a faculty member within their institution to be eligible for consideration to the program. Students nominated must have completed at least one full-year of study at the time of their nomination.
May 24, 2011
The Sol Seid Student Award of Excellence awarded by the New Jersey Professional Engineers in Construction annually honors a collegiate student in the Metropolitan area who has demonstrated outstanding involvement within the field of Civil and Environmental Engineering while maintaining a strong academic record.
May 5, 2011
Dario Pompili joined the School of Enginering in 2007 as an Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, where he is the Director of the Cyber Physical Systems Laboratory (CPS Lab) (http://nsfcac.rutgers.edu/CPS/). He is also Site Director of the Center for Autonomic Computing (CAC) at Rutgers (http://www.nsfcac.org/), an NSF-funded Research Center program (I/UCRC), which includes four sites, i.e., University of Florida, Rutgers University, University of Arizona, and Mississippi State University.
May 5, 2011
Dr. Alex Neimark, Professor II of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, received an NSF award of $300,000 for a three year GOALI grant "Multiscale Modeling of Adsorption Equilibrium and Dynamics in Polymer Chromatography". The objective of this project to design novel molecular simulation tools capable of predicting equilibrium partitioning and dynamics of chain molecules on nanoporous substrates and to advance fundamental understanding of the physico-chemical mechanisms of retention in polymer chromatography.
May 4, 2011
Qingze Zou is one of those behind-the-scenes types, though in a way that just might save lives someday. In 2009, while teaching at Iowa State University, the mechanical engineer received a National Science Foundation award of $400,000 over five years to develop a microscope that will observe cells in extreme detail. “It will help people understand cell behaviors better,” Zou says, “and help develop, for example, better medical materials for cancer patients.