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Dr. Seung-yun Kim and ECE Students Attend CATA 2018 Conference

Dr. Seung-yun Kim and ECE Students Attend CATA 2018 Conference

This past summer, electrical engineering student, Phil Franco, and computer engineering student, Pat Hansen, participated in the MUSE program at the college under the advisement of Dr. Seung-yun Kim, Assistant Professor in the Electrical & Computer Engineering department.  With their research on Petri net modeling from MUSE, Phil and Pat submitted a paper to the 33rd International Conference on Computers and Their Applications (CATA), sponsered by the International Society for Computers and Their Applications (ISCA).  This year the conference was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, and both students were able to attend in order for Phil to present the paper.

The accepted work is entitled “Using Timed Petri nets to Regulate Optimal Game Strategy”.  Congratulations to these students!

TCNJ Student Wins Big at HackNY

TCNJ Student Wins Big at HackNY

      At HackNY, a one day computer programing competition, a TCNJ students won first place. The team, lead by TCNJ ECE student Mun Kim, created an app called CHEFI.  After the rigorous 24 hour coding competition,  the team created an app which they say “allows those who love to cook to become chefs and make money”.  The… Continue Reading

Dr. Chris Brinton Coming to Campus

Dr. Chris Brinton Coming to Campus

For our annual Engineering Week’s Lecture, Dr. Chris Brinton is coming to campus to give his talk, “The Power of Networks: What Facebook, Cell Phones, and Online Courses Have in Common”. After graduating from TCNJ, Brinton  received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University in May of 2016.  While a graduate student there, he founded Zoomi… Continue Reading

TCNJ Robotics Team Gears Up For Competition Season

TCNJ Robotics Team Gears Up For Competition Season

A new generation of the TCNJ robotics team is busy at work in 166 Armstrong Hall. The team, which is tasked with creating and competing robots  in national and international competitions, provides a hands-on and educational outlet for the students in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This year club president Yillan Yang and… Continue Reading

Save the Date! Dr. Lynden Archer Comes to Campus

Save the Date! Dr. Lynden Archer Comes to Campus

On September 27, The College will host Dr. Lynden Archer, a Professor Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at Cornell University. His studies on organic-inorganic hybrid materials and their applications for energy storage and carbon capture technologies will be discussed in his talk, “Lithium Metal Batteries for High Energy Storage Devices”. Dr. Archer is the James A.… Continue Reading

TCNJ Summer Robotics Camp Brings Knowledge and Fun to High School Engineering Students

TCNJ Summer Robotics Camp Brings Knowledge and Fun to High School Engineering Students

The TCNJ electrical and computer engineering department recently hosted their annual robotics camp, an intensive program that immerses high school STEM students in the college experience. For the past eight years, the camp has provided potential college students with a glimpse into the professional world of engineering. The highly selective camp only accepts high school… Continue Reading