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CSUN College of Engineering and Computer Science Shows off Senior Design Projects
CSUN Today: (April 29th, 2014) ― The fifth annual Engineering and Computer Science Senior Design Project Showcase took place on April 18th. The showcase featured the culminating design projects and oral presentations of graduating seniors in the college’s five departments—civil engineering and construction management, computer science, electrical and computer engineering, manufacturing systems engineering and management, and mechanical engineering. And it is evaluated entirely by more than 30 judges from the industry who serve on the panels.
CSUN Mechanical Engineering Students Win Top Honors at International Competition
CSUN Today: (July 8th, 2013) ― CSUN’s Scorpion mobile robot tied for second overall out of 52 entries at the 21st annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition held June 7-10 in Rochester, Mich. The student team won first place in the Auto-Nav Challenge Competition.
“Students worked for nine months on the project,” said Mechanical Engineering professor C.T. Lin, the team’s faculty adviser. “They worked as a team, learned about real-world engineering, improved on their presentation and writing skills, and won the international competition,” “This project experience has really prepared them for their future engineering jobs. Winning is fun, but learning is lifelong.”
Cal State Northridge Engineering Professors, Students to Receive Awards.
CSUN Today: (February18th, 2013) ― California State University, Northridge’s College of Engineering and Computer Science faculty and students are being recognized this week by the Engineers Council for their contributions to the fields of engineering and computer science.
CSUN Engineering Professor Recognized for Helping to Change Higher Education in Vietnam.
CSUN Today: (November 13th, 2012) ― When Nhut Ho, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at California State University, Northridge, traveled to Vietnam in the spring of 2008 as a Fulbright Scholar, he thought he would be spending the semester helping determine ways to increase the effectiveness of teaching university undergraduates studying engineering, computer science and physics.