News

January 2023

January 3, 2023
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) associate professor Jonathan Singer was recently awarded the Mary W. Raisler Distinguished Teaching Chair in Mechanical Engineering.  

November 2022

November 8, 2022
Onur Bilgen, an associate professor in the School of Engineering’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE), has been elected a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, or ASME. He is one of only 3,513 designated Fellows among ASME’s more than 78,000 members. 
November 7, 2022
A drone that can fly, float, swim, dive, and transition between air and water in less than a second. This innovation, invented at Rutgers School of Engineering (SoE), received a 2022 Edison Patent Award at the Research & Development Council of New Jersey annual banquet on Thursday, Nov. 3.
November 4, 2022
Packaging Engineering Career Fair connects students with industry professionals and alumni 
November 3, 2022
Rutgers student engineers build classrooms for Guatemalan school children 
November 1, 2022
Rutgers University's School of Engineering recognized the achievements of alumni at the Medal of Excellence and Distinguished Alumni Awards event on Thursday, October 27, 2022. Presented annually since 2006, the awards honor School of Engineering alumni who have distinguished themselves professionally since graduation while also raising scholarship funds to support student success. Johnson & Johnson was the presenting sponsor along with more than 25 other corporate sponsors. 

October 2022

October 31, 2022
After graduating from the School of Engineering in 2018 with a BS in materials science and engineering, Chloe Lee launched a career with Wilson Sporting Goods Co. as an advanced materials engineer. In 2021, she was promoted to principal engineer, advanced materials in Wilson’s racquet division.  
October 21, 2022
A professor of engineering leads an effort to digitalize New Jersey communities to predict flooding and gauge storm damage risk The forecast calls for a foot of rain. Floodwater will submerge roads and ruin structures. The question is which roads and structures. While flood maps have provided some answers, surveys are laborious and expensive, so they rarely have all the data needed. Surveyors fix a few point elevations and estimate the rest. Updates are infrequent. Structural elements are generally ignored.
October 17, 2022
When Department of Biomedical Engineering Professor Maribel Vazquez attends the annual meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) in San Antonio next month, she will be inducted as one of its 2022 Fellows.

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