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.
“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.
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.
Thank you for your interest in visiting our School of Engineering. Knight for a Day Engineering Tours are currently full because seats are limited for the morning bus tour portion of the visit. However, if you are okay with substituting that time with a self-guided tour, you can register below. The morning tour focuses on the Rutgers – New Brunswick campus. You will still be able to fully participate in the afternoon session with the Engineering dean, students, and faculty. You are also welcome to attend the 10 AM Admissions Information Session at the Visitors Center.