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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 app essentially connects people who have no time to cook with those who love to cook. The customer purchases portions of food from the amateur chefs, creating an easy way for those with culinary aspirations to make some money. The students branded CHEFI as the healthier and cheaper alternative to eating out. The product description states that customers “could save a half of the money on food that is still healthier, fresher, and more friendly than a lot of restaurant’s food”.

Mun Kim and his team plan to expand the project into a startup company.  Kim will bring fellow TCNJ student Ian Patel on board for the expansion. As a result of the big win, Kim was also awarded the opportunity to present at NY Tech MeetUp, which is one of the largest annual tech meetups in the world. The School of Engineering congratulates Kim and wishes him luck in the further development of the project!

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

Dr. Larry Pearlstein

Dr. Larry Pearlstein

    Dr. Larry Pearlstein Title: Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Education: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Princeton University M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Princeton University B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Drexel University  Office Number: Armstrong 159 Email Address: pearlstl@tcnj.edu Phone Number: 609 – 771 – 2529 Personal Website: http://pearlstein.pages.tcnj.edu/ Research Interests: Intelligent Audio and Video Processing for Analysis, Enhancement and… Continue Reading