College of Engineering

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
Robots, hovercraft highlight Engineers Week exhibit
Type: News Story
Temple's week-long celebration of National Engineers Week concluded with a public demonstration of student and faculty research projects at Amtrak's 30th Street Station. Nearly a dozen students, faculty and staff from the College of Engineering took part in the demo, which was arranged by Professor and Chair of Electrical and Computer Eengineering Joseph Picone.
February 27, 2012
Temple developed sensor could aid tumor detection
Type: In the Media
January 28, 2012
Temple sensor assists in detecting cancerous tumors
Type: In the Media
January 27, 2012
Architecture moves into dedicated building
Type: News Story
The Department of Architecture, which has shared space in the College of Engineering since the 1970s, recently moved into a new dedicated building on 13th Street, creating a win-win for faculty and students in both disciplines. Read more and view video [...]
January 26, 2012
Temple engineer's invention enhances a doctor's touch
Type: In the Media
January 24, 2012
Tactile imaging sensor can assist doctors with early identification of tumors
Type: News Story
A tactile imaging sensor developed by Temple Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Chang-Hee Won can emulate human tactile sensation, which may help doctors get early information about lesions and tumors.
January 18, 2012
Engineering freshmen showcase their skills
Type: In the Media
December 7, 2011
Engineering freshmen use iPads to program and race hovercraft
Type: News Story
Freshmen in the College of Engineering's "Introduction to Engineering" course recently put their skills to the test by racing iPad-controlled hovercrafts they had designed and built during their first semester.
December 8, 2011
Joan Delalic receives Ira Custman award
Type: Announcement
December 6, 2011
Don’t get ‘frosted’ over heating your home this winter
Type: News Story
Now is the time to turn your attention to getting your home prepared to keep you warm this winter, says Mechanical Engineering Professor Steven M. Ridenour.
November 23, 2011
CARAS Program Project Grant Awards fall 2011
Type: Announcement
November 16, 2011
Engineering students launch experiments on NASA rocket
Type: News Story
Nine Temple engineering students who spent the past year designing and building two experiments that were launched June 23 aboard the two-stage solid booster rocket Terrier Orion II were part of RockSat, a NASA and Colorado Space Grant Consortium program that prepares students to design payloads for space flight.
July 5, 2011

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