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College of Engineering faculty, staff, and students, published and presented virtual papers at the American Society for Engineering Education – Virtual National conference.
Twenty-one chemical engineering students attended the AIChE National Conference in Orlando, Florida, along with a number of their professors.
The Northeastern ChemE Car team placed second at the annual Eckhardt Northeast Regional AIChE Conference at UMass Amherst which qualifies them to compete at the AIChE National Conference this fall in Orlando.
ChE PhD student Ehsan Keyvani-Someh received the NU Graduate Education Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Teaching. Ehsan has done great work assisting ChE Teaching Professor Courtney Plfuger. The picture attached is of Ehsan with his students as he says he "owes this nomination to them". Congratulations Ehsan!
ChE Assistant Teaching Professor Courtney Pfluger traveled to Brazil with 22 students for a Dialogue of Civilizations in Summer 1. The focus of this Dialogue was on Sustainable Energy and how Brazil has been able to supply over 80% of its electrical grid with sustainable sources and technologies. We met with Brazilian companies and political […]
ChE's Adam Ekenseair, Lucas Landherr, and Courtney Pfluger all were honored for their poster sessions during the American Society of Engineering Education Chemical Engineering Division Summer School.
Many of the First Year Engineering class sections have been gearing up to compete with their 3D Printed Battle Tops. Students in Dr. Variawa, Dr. Pfluger, Dr. Goldthwaite and Dr. Whalen’s classes were involved in the competition, which took place Monday, November 24th, in a classroom in the basement of Snell Library. The students were split up into teams, […]
Professor Chirag Variawa’s First Year Engineering class has been hard at work lately, preparing their final software-design project. The assignment involves creating 3D-printed spinning tops with varied designs, which will be battled against each other on Monday, November 24th. The creations include all kinds of interesting features, such as different centers of gravity or curved edges. The […]
Generating renewable energy from natural resources such as wind, sunlight, and geothermal heat could save us from an impending energy crisis, according to Arturo Avila, a second-year student studying civil and environmental engineering. “The smartest thing to do is to start thinking about alternatives to fossil fuels so we can have other options to power the […]
ChE Ph.D. students Courtney Pfluger and Mariam Ismail have been invited by the The Younger Chemists Committee of the American Chemical Society Northeastern Section (NESACS) and the NESACS Education Committee to participate in an educational exchange program to take place in Essen, Germany, on March 8-15, 2009, as guests of the Jungchemikerforum (Young Chemists Committee, JCF) of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (German Chemical Society, GDCh).