Freshmen Engineering Students will publish and present at the ASEE-NE2018 Conference
Four freshmen engineering student papers, under the supervision of Teaching Professor Bala Maheswaran, have been accepted for publication and presentation at the American Society of Engineering Education – Northeast conference on April 27-28, 2018 at the University of Hartford, Connecticut.
- Harnessing Vibrational Energy: Recycling Excess Kinetic Energy with Piezoelectric Generators, Carl Underkoffler (ChE’20), Matthew Streibich (ME’22), Alan Zhou (CMPE’22), Matthew Warren (BioE’22), and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding. 2018
- Thermoelectric Energy Generation from Biomass: An Innovative Proposal for a Small Scale Solution, Lamia Alam (BioE’22), Christopher Gehrke (IE’22), Piper Jacobs (ME’22), Clem Smith (BioE’22), Edward Witten, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding, 2018
- Power Generation through Typing: Harnessing Wasted Mechanical Energy with Piezoelectric Sensors, Brock Fenbert (CMPE/CS’22), Joshua Field (ChE’22), Noah Ossanna (ME’22), Monika Pesa (CMPE’21), Jack Streed (ME’22), and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding 2018
- Hydrothermal Vents: An Energy Source a Mile below the Surface, Aberdeen Dinius (ChE’22), Maria Firan (CE’22), Sara Kamboj (ME’22), Michael Moscatt (E’22), Suha Yacoob (ChE’22), and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding, 2018