College of Engineering

Temple-sponsored MESA team has winning hand at national competition
Type: News Story
A team representing Temple College of Engineering’s Pennsylvania MESA (Math Engineering Science Achievement) initiative has won second place in a prestigious national competition for designing and building a functioning prosthetic arm.
August 5, 2014
James Furman II: Community-driven engineering
Type: News Story
As president of Temple’s Engineers Without Borders student chapter, mechanical engineering major James Furman II led the group in establishing a connection with a local community garden. Now, the organization is designing a solar-powered, hydroponic growing system that will increase the garden’s yield.
May 9, 2014
Temple students interview space-station crew live on TUTV
Type: News Story
An event last week marked the first time a person being interviewed on TUTV was weightless. Astronauts Mike Hopkins, Rick Mastracchio and Koichi Wakata fielded questions from Temple students during a live interview from the International Space Station Feb. 27.
March 5, 2014
Technology originated by Temple researchers one of the “Top 10 Innovations for 2013”
Type: News Story
SynVivo, a synthetic, in-vivo vascular environment on a chip that has its origins in a technology developed by Temple Mechanical Engineering Chair Mohammad Kiani, was selected as one of the “Top 10 Innovations for 2013” by 'The Scientist' magazine.
December 5, 2013
Temple Made: C. Mark Halberstadt
Type: News Story
If you met him when he was a sax player, you might not have known that he was dreaming about being an engineer. In the latest entry of our student profile series, meet C. Mark Halberstadt, co-leader of Temple's NASA Lunabotics Mining Competition team. This May, he and his team will take their robot to Cape Canaveral to compete against other colleges' robots. Will they win?
October 11, 2013
Using nanoparticles to detect heart attack, stroke risk
Type: News Story
Omar Fisher, assistant professor of bioengineering, is collaborating on an NIH-funded project to develop a nanotechnology that will help doctors determine the location and severity of plaques in artery walls before they rupture. The project is supported through a two-year, $418,000 grant from the National Institute for Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering.
October 2, 2013
New wastewater treatment developed at Temple is more effective and environmentally friendly
Type: News Story
Researchers in Temple University’s Water and Environmental Technology Center led by Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Rominder Suri have developed a new novel adsorbent that is reusable and more effective and environmentally friendly in removing emerging contaminants from wastewater.
September 9, 2013
STEM programs are focus of summer camp programs for youth
Type: News Story
Temple held a variety of programs and experiences this summer to help build interest and enhance STEM skills among middle and high school students.
August 30, 2013
STEM director speaks at U.S. Mayors Conference
Type: Accolade
College of Engineering's Jamie Bracey discussed Temple's STEM education outreach at U.S. Conference of Mayors' annual meeting in June in Philadelphia.
July 9, 2013
NASA robotics program is summer destination for Temple engineering grads
Type: News Story
Engineering graduates Vadim Linevich and Andrew Powell have been accepted into the prestigious NASA Robotics Academy and will spend 10 weeks this summer at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
May 15, 2013
"A different dream": Student Commencement speaker has long, bumpy journey
Type: News Story
Joseph B. Stoney was a 23-year-old out of Northeast Philadelphia when he started his Temple journey almost a decade ago. After overcoming a series of obstacles that would have defeated many students, he will become the first person in his family to earn a college degree. The mechanical engineering major has been chosen to be the student speaker at Temple's 126th Commencement Exercises.
May 15, 2013
Fuel mileage estimates are questioned
Type: In the Media
May 6, 2013
Bioengineering program begins at Temple in newly renovated space
Type: News Story
Nearly 50 engineering faculty, staff, students and alumni got a sneak peek at the College of Engineering's new Bioengineering Department during an informal open house last week.
April 24, 2013
Cybersecurity lessons are focus of Temple MESA students’ DC visit
Type: News Story
During a trip to Washington D.C. last month, 30 Philadelphia middle and high school students who are part of Temple Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement's Mobile Apps/Technology Initiative heard presentations on the importance of cybersecurity from members of the White House National Security Staff, the U.S. Navy and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.
April 22, 2013
In Engineers Week Q&A, veteran astronaut hopes to ignite students' passion for space
Type: News Story
During an Engineers Week session held in the College of Engineering's exhibit hall, astronaut David Wolf discussed his experiences from more than four space missions with approximately 50 students, mostly from the College of Engineering.
February 21, 2013
Cars becoming accessories for your smartphone
Type: In the Media
January 22, 2013
Train bridges need new regulations
Type: In the Media
December 4, 2012
Temple to host STEM conference
Type: In the Media
October 22, 2012
Like a troubled bridge over water
Type: In the Media
August 31, 2012
Our aging infrastructure and what to do about it
Type: In the Media
August 6, 2012
The big (water main) break
Type: In the Media
July 24, 2012
Area school students unveil apps, wind-powered devices at weekend STEM events
Type: News Story
Last weekend, two events were held as part of Temple’s commitment to advancing science, technology, engineering and mathematics education among students from disadvantaged and under-resourced schools. On Friday, students from local high schools graduated from a three-month design studio in which they developed mobile applications.
May 23, 2012
Temple scientists study BP oil spill
Type: In the Media
April 20, 2012
Engineering students have a blast
Type: In the Media
April 20, 2012
Engineering students have a blast with water bottle rockets
Type: News Story
Juniors in a fluids mechanics course taught by Mechanical Engineering Professor Jim Chen turned the recreational field at 11th Street and Montgomery Avenue into Cape Canaveral last week, launching uncooked eggs aboard water and compressed air-powered rockets they designed and built from two-liter plastic soda bottles.
April 23, 2012

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