News

May 2010

May 28, 2010
CAIT, featured on UTC Spotlight CAIT’s Pavement Resource Program and Infrastructure Condition Monitoring Program, recognized by the University Transportation Centers Program (UTC) of the U.S. Department of Transportation, for using Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE)
May 28, 2010
   Integlia, Rutgers Engineering Ph.D. Candidate works with Muhammad Salman Khan, electrical engineering student and Fullbright Scholarship recipient, to em [POWER] communities through renewable waste-to-energy solutions
May 28, 2010
Gordonov, biomedical engineering student with a perfect grade point average and strong athletic performance, receives prestigious Churchill Scholarship for graduate study at England’s University of Cambridge
May 28, 2010
Edgar A. Sandoval, Vice President of North America Marketing for Procter & Gamble, chosen as Graduation Speaker for Rutgers School of Engineering Graduation 2010. As another successful academic year comes to an end at the Rutgers School of Engineering (SOE), the outstanding achievements and prestigious honors of many accomplished students, faculty, and alumni are reflected upon during Graduation.
May 28, 2010
Associate Professor, Dr. Tugrul Ozel, elected as Associate Member of CIRP, the International Academy for Production EngineeringCIRP, the French acronym for the International Academy for Production Engineering, is the world leading organization in production engineering research. Candidature for Associate Membership involves active involvement in the work of CIRP, and a rigorous election process which is decided upon by the Council on the recommendation of the Nominations Subcommittee.
May 28, 2010
Mazurek, Assistant Professor in Civil and Environmental engineering, gets recognition as a pioneer in studying organic particulates
May 28, 2010
Rutgers Engineering Researchers suggest that making detailed Web-based parking data maps could alleviate traffic congestion
May 28, 2010
Rutgers University, in a joint venture with Drexel University, PD-LD, Inc., Mala GeoSciences USA Inc, and Pennoni Associates Inc receives Technology Innovation Program 2009 R&D Award for a projected $8.81 Million in Monitoring and Retrofit of Civil Infrastructure for their “Automated Nondestructive Evaluation and Rehabilitation System (ANDERS) for Bridge Decks”.

February 2010

February 24, 2010
With a faculty known for research in areas such as bionic limbs and traffic safety, the School of Engineering is devoted to training the next generation of innovators and inventors. Departments of biomedical engineering, civil and environmental engineering, electrical and computer engineering, and other disciplines allow students to gain the specialized knowledge demanded by 21st-century engineering projects and research.
February 8, 2010
The former home of the College of Engineering, Murray Hall opened in 1909, at the time of the centennial of Old Queen's. Designed by Douwe D. Williamson (Class of 1870) and Frederick P. Hill (Class of 1883)

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