Led by their chair Nenad Gucunski, a team of researchers from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering demonstrated new non-destructive evaluation technologies at the Robert Moses Niagara Power Station in Lewiston, New York. The demonstration's success has led to a new partnership between the department and International Climbing Machines and Southwest Research Institute.
A team of School of Engineering undergraduate students won Pack Expo's PACK Solutions Challenge held from September 23 to 25, 2013.
Rutgers engineers blurred the lines between science fiction and science fact in designing mobile "faunaborgs," robotic house plants capable of caring for themselves, in collaboration with art students and faculty across the Rutgers Camden and New Brunswick campuses.
October 25-27, 2013
Throughout Homecoming weekend, the Rutgers University Alumni Association is sponsoring events along with Student Life, the Rutgers University Programming Association, and Athletics. The programs featured offer a variety of opportunities for alumni, students, and local community members to meet up and have fun on campus!
Come meet Boeing personnel and learn about intern and job opportunities, as well as general strategies for securing employment. Refreshments will served. Business casual.
R&D Magazine listed two technologies linked to Rutgers School of Engineering researchers among the top 100 innovations of 2013.
Physician Alfred Tallia's Accountable Care Organization, Robert Wood Johnson Partners, will improve communication between physicians and patients using technology developed by the School of Engineering, the Deparment of Psychology and the School of Communication and Information.
Free Film Screening, Pizza and Panel Discussion
Wednesday October 23, 2013
5:45 pm - 8 pm
Rutgers Cinema, Livingston Campus