Mena Tawfik (Advisor: F.J. Diez) One of the Best ASME Student Paper Presentation Award Winners at AJK2015-FED ($3000 Award)
January 21, 2016
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December 23, 2015
A new study on the micro/nanomanufacturing of multiscale metallic glass surfaces by Prof. Jonathan Singer of Rutgers MAE and colleagues at Yale University has been featured on the website of the new Nature journal Microsystems & Nanoengineering. http://www.nature.com/articles/micronano201540
December 18, 2015
It’s not often a university-led research effort captures the Internet Zeitgeist, but with nearly 10 million views over the course of a week Professor Javier Diez’s “Naviator” seems to have tapped into the public’s interest in a big way.
December 16, 2015
Charged with designing, building, and testing a racecar, the student-led Rutgers Formula Racing team competes each year along with other university teams at an international competition. In October, they launched a crowdfunding campaign through the Rutgers University Foundation website to raise $10,000 in donations to help improve this year’s vehicle and increase their competitive chances.
October 29, 2015
Increasing interest from students, demand for engineers in drone and other aviation technologies drove creation of program; first degrees slated for 2018 Rutgers will soon become the first public university in New Jersey to offer its students a degree in aerospace engineering, a field that increasing numbers of students are pursuing.
October 26, 2015
One-of-a-kind vehicle could speed search and rescue, monitor oil spills, defuse underwater mine threats Friday, October 23, 2015 By Carl Blesch The Office of Naval Research has awarded Rutgers University a grant to develop a drone – equally adept at flying through the air and navigating underwater – that could speed search-and-rescue operations, monitor the spread of oil spills and even help the Navy rapidly defuse threats from underwater mines.
October 26, 2015
Ken Johnson’s long-term dedication to Rutgers School of Engineering has culminated in a $100,000 endowed scholarship he and his wife Jackie have given to support students in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. The first scholarship is expected to be granted next fall to a sophomore in the department, and it is renewable twice, said Johnson, who graduated from Rutgers School of Engineering in 1966 with a bachelor degree in mechanical engineering.