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The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) in the NIU College of Engineering and Engineering Technology (CEET) is proud to host the 2013 Insight to the Regional Leadership Conference, a premier training program, Aug. 23 through 25 at the Holmes Student Center. Attending will be NSBE leaders from chapters across the Midwest. The student-governed organization...
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For the third straight year, the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology (CEET) partnered with Caterpillar to host the Tee Up Fore Scholarships Golf Outing, on Wednesday, June 18, in direct support of scholarships for existing students. With the help of NIU CEET alumni, students, hundreds of Caterpillar representatives and vendors, $16,000 was raised in...
College of Engineering and Engineering Technology (CEET) assistant professor Federico Sciammarella recently published one of 15 chapters in the book “Holography – Basic Principles and Contemporary Applications” with the collaboration of his father, Cesar Sciammarella, and researcher Luciano Lamberti. Holography enables three-dimensional images to be made with the use of a variety of lasers and...
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A team of students from the NIU College of Engineering and Engineering Technology participated in the 34th running of the Society of Automotive Engineer’s (SAE) Supermileage event on June 6 and 7 in Marshall, Mich. The NIU team took home $900 after finishing in third place, just behind Penn State University’s Behrend College and runner-up...
For the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) in the NIU College of Engineering and Engineering Technology (CEET), Senior Design Day is somewhat different than the other departments. Because ISYE students do not typically design products, the focus of the presentations and work is on improving efficiency, optimization or simplifying complex processes or systems....
Mini Baja Team
While most NIU students enjoyed the first week of summer, members of the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology Mini Baja Team spent their weekend in competition. At stake: a regional title – and a chance to prove to the rest of North America that NIU has what it takes. Each year, the Mini Baja...
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A cell phone application proposed by a team of NIU students might someday make working and living in war-torn countries a little bit safer. The four-student team, operating under the name Vitalert, won the NIU College of Business’ second Social Innovation Competition. The class challenges teams of students to create a business plan for a...
Lichuan Liu and Federico Sciammarella
The NIU Foundation Venture Grants Committee has announced Lichuan Liu and Federico Sciammarella as recipients of the 2013 Venture Grants. In partnership with NIU’s Technology Transfer Office and the Northern Illinois Research Foundation, the NIU Foundation Grants Committee has chosen the proposals that most closely exemplify the entrepreneurial spirit, vision and potential for marketability reflected...
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In early March, Northern Illinois University’s Institute of Industrial Engineering chapter attended the regional conference in Iowa City, Iowa. Chapter members submitted and presented two papers in the technical paper competition: one by Donato Miroballi, the chapter president, and one by senior industrial and systems engineering (ISYE) majors Adrienne Decker and Anthony Zozzaro. The paper...
Abul Azad
Abul Azad, a professor in the NIU Department of Technology, recently published a book titled “Internet Accessible Remote Laboratories: Scalable E-Learning Tools for Engineering and Science Disciplines.” The book is the result of collaboration between three academics from NIU and MIT, as well as Carinthia University of Applied Sciences in Austria. The book has five...
NIU students and faculty attended a sustainable design expo in Washington, D.C., in May, showcasing their design for a biomass cook stove  meant to help developing countries. The P3: People, Prosperity and the Planet Award Competition encourages participants to develop a business model that can save the world. Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Dr. Nick Pohlman...
The Northern Illinois University College of Engineering and Engineering Technology is assisting Universiti Malaysia Pahang in the creation of an engineering technology program. The program will help Malaysia meet a tremendous need for engineering technologists. The government there recently indicated that their proposed plan for the future entails having 60 percent of their technical workforce...
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