ME News and Events
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.
S.K. Ramesh, Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science, explains the vital role engineers play in improving the quality of life for people around the world.
CSUN Intelligent Ground Vehicles Take World Championship
CSUN News Room: (NORTHRIDGE, CA., July 17, 2012) ― California State University, Northridge senior Mechanical Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering students’ hard work paid off last month, when not one but two of their robots took two of the top three spots at an international competition.
CSUN Mechanical Engineering Professor Explores Topics that Advance Scholarship
CSUN College of Engineering Shows off Senior Design Projects
CSUN News Room: (NORTHRIDGE, Calif., Apr. 17th, 2012) ― Homes and bridges designed to better withstand earthquakes; a variety of race cars; interactive games that can be downloaded as apps onto your cell phone; and an air plane that can fly itself.
The Science Channel Features CSUN Intelligent Ground Vehicle "Red RAVEN"
CSUN News Video : (NORTHRIDGE, CA., March 14, 2012) ― Mechanical Engineering Professor C.T. Lin appears in a segment on the Science Channel's program "Prophets of Science Fiction." Lin explains the project that he led with his team of CSUN students called the "Red RAVEN" (Robotic Autonomous Vehicle Engineered at Northridge) and its implications for future technological advancements in transportation.