CCNY Engineering Students' City Alien Robot won the first place award in Design Competition.
CCNY Team, advised by Electrical Engineering professor Xiao, wins First Place in robotics competition.
Ed Plotkin, SOE Alum, receives Lifetime Achievement
Ed Plotkin, SOE Alum, receives Lifetime Achievement at the 2010 North American Tunneling Conference.
BME Major Atin Saha is CCNY’s Valedictorian
Students like Atin Saha are the stuff of dreams. His interests span engineering, medicine and public policy in healthcare and education. At CCNY, he brought talent, energy and determination to his studies and excelled at every endeavor.
Atin is a second generation CCNY graduate: his father, an electrical engineer who immigrated to the US, holds a master’s from the College. From him, Atin learned that CCNY was academically rigorous and that it had a history of graduating individuals who would become trailblazers in their fields. That was important to Atin, for he intends to be trailblazer himself.
CCNY Develops Smart Street Simulator
A video produced by CNN Money demonstrating the simulation capabilities of the Universal Transportation Model Simulation Center developed at CCNY.
Celebrating Women in Engineering
To promote women in engineering, the Grove School of Engineering (GSOE) has established an annual event “Women in Engineering Luncheon.” Each spring, Vice Dean Brown invites a distinguished woman engineer to give the keynote speech. All faculty, staff and female students are invited to join the luncheon where the President and Dean come to address the importance of women in engineering and to report the success in nurturing women engineers.
CCNY Students Win Prizes at the 2010 Junior Scientist Conference
Young researchers to present their scientific work to an international audience. Students were invited to submit papers in four broad areas of research: Computational Science and Engineering; Materials and Matter; Information and Communication Technology; and Energy and Environment. Three CCNY students were among those honored for the quality of their work.
CCNY Hosts Citywide Student Environmental Network Meeting
In the lead-up to the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, students from campuses around New York City came together to form the Amp Up Network. The first Amp Up Student Summit was held at CCNY Saturday, March 27 in the North Academic Center Ballroom. The grassroots Amp Up Network serves to connect environmental student activists on college campuses throughout the five boroughs.
EE Student, Igor Labutov, wins prestigious NSF Fellowship
Igor Labutov, a 2010 Grove School graduate in computer engineering, is an innovative thinker whose tireless pursuit of his research goals has taken him to the intersection of robotics and neuroscience.En route, he has developed an empirical understanding of the challenges inherent in today’s increasingly multidisciplinary research.
Smartplanet interview with Professor Jiji
Professor Latif Jiji, the Director of CCNY's new graduate program entitled Sustainability in the Urban Environment, was featured in an article by Melanie Kaplan of the publication Smartplanet.
Dr. Shen of the EE department devises break-through technology
Oxide materials are becoming one of the most important subjects in materials science. In particular, zinc oxide (ZnO) and related compounds form a novel class of semiconductors which possess unique properties in terms of crystallography, crystal growth, optical properties, electrical properties, and magnetic properties. These unique properties make the material very important in optoelectronics, microelectronics and spintronics.