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- Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering NEWS 01-16-2017
Asst. Prof. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Zijie Yan has been awarded $1 million by the W. M. Keck Foundation to pursue cutting-edge research in nanoscience.
Science Cafes bring together local university and college professors and townspeople in relaxed, informal settings, such as coffeehouses and pubs. The speaker makes a short presentation about a topic in his or her field, and then opens up the floor to discussion.
Alumnus David Zarneke '91 plays broomball for the team that took the Men's Class D Broomball Championship in 2012 and is the subject of the documentary film "The Nomadic Who?".
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Computer Science Yaoqing Liu and five students received travel grants from the North American Network Operators' Group (NANOG) to attend the College Immersion Program in Dallas, Texas, this fall.
Clarkson University's Project Challenge, a unique academic program for North Country high-school students, returns this winter with a choice of five-week courses.
C5 Enterprises LLC President and Founder Ken Camarco '85 will speak at Clarkson University's December Recognition Ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 17.
Clarkson University Associate Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Selma Mededovic Thagard has been elected to the editorial board of Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing.
Asst. Prof. of Electrical & Computer Engineering Chen Liu has been awarded a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation to lead a research team dedicated to acquiring a heterogeneous high-performance computing cluster.
Clarkson University chemical engineering Ph.D. student Vikram Pratap, of Uttar Pradesh, India, is working to better understand how much pollution is generated by wood stoves and how wood smoke evolves chemically and physically in the atmosphere.
Krissy Govertsen '18 of Valatie, N.Y., knew she wanted to be a civil engineer ever since she was in high school. Govertsen then enrolled in The Clarkson School, Clarkson's early college entrance program, and she is now a junior in the Honors Program studying civil engineering.
Maryam Pouryazdanpanah, who is pursuing her Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering, has been awarded a travel grant to attend IEEE Globecom.
The Clarkson Construction Engineering Management Pre-Construction Competition Team placed first, beating out seven other teams in the Associated Schools of Construction Region 1 event.
Prof. of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering Ronald LaFleur has devised a more effective way of teaching topics like error propagation and uncertainty analysis.