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2012 STATE OF THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Godfrey Mungal Dean

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“Engineering With a Mission” The School of Engineering will be known and treasured, in Silicon Valley and beyond, for the impact of its graduates and faculty on improving the human condition through engineering education, practice, and scholarship. …while supporting SCU’s Strategic Plan: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Excellence in Jesuit Education Global Understanding Engagement with Silicon Valley Justice and Sustainability Academic Community

…and celebrating our past, present and future SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


It’s been a great Centennial year!  Biggest Bash Ever!  Lots of Events: PSS, Montgomery, Next 100 Years…  Centennial Awards  Archives Exhibit  Website: www.scu.edu/engineering/100

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1. Excellence in Jesuit Education  T-model of education  Values-based education  Project-based learning  Innovation and entrepreneurship

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T-Model of Education  Deep technical core (hard skills – left brain)

– Math, Science, – Engineering, Design, …  Broad range of soft skills (right brain)

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Communication Ethics, Integrity Entrepreneurial mindset Creativity Global view…

 Consistent with:

– Jesuit education of the whole person – Engineering in the context of a liberal arts education – ABET accreditation SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


Values-based education Core curricula designed to educate the whole person  Student research focused on improving the human condition  International travel: study abroad, immersion trips, senior design  Graduate core; minor in Science, Technology, and Society 

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Project-based learning  Senior Design  Community Projects  National Competitions  Solar Decathlon

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Innovation and entrepreneurship focus 

Pathway for Undergraduates – Design Thinking; The Digital Age – Technical innovation, design process, enterprise strategies – Most popular pathway in university with nearly 400 students to date

Kuehler Undergraduate Research – Summer research with faculty

Graduate Education – Core curriculum supports entrepreneurship – Technology Entrepreneurship (EMGT 373)

Collaboration with CIE

RingKnockers – Networking opportunities – Encouraging and promoting entrepreneurship

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Innovation and entrepreneurship focus - KEEN  $1.142M KEEN grant; network of 20 universities nationwide  Expanded curricula, speakers, mentoring, co-ops

Chris Kitts: 2011 Outstanding Faculty Member and Network Contributor

 Quarterly undergraduate challenges  Interdisciplinary, hands-on engineering; collaboration with business students  Produce real products and services for real customers  Building a culture of innovation and entrepreneurial thinking

KEEN: Gold Medal, Edison Award

Lunch with an Entrepreneur SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


2. Engagement with Silicon Valley  Faculty research and scholarship

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BMW Ecological Building Network HP Labs Lockheed NASA/Ames SJSU, Stanford

 Speakers from Industry

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Paul Otellini, Intel Steve Wozniak, Apple Applied Solar Cisco Serious Energy Tesla

 Adjunct Faculty from Industry  Outreach

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More Engagement with Silicon Valley  Department Advisory Boards  Student field trips to area companies  Senior design collaboration

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ChemenceMedical Products, Inc. Ecological Building Network NVIDIA PEAK Surgical Sunnyvale Water Pollution Control Plant Village Projects International 100+ alumni judges

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Outreach  Summer Engineering Seminar (SES)  Spring Engineering Education Days (SEEDS)  Get Set  Girls Achieving in Non-traditional Subjects

(GAINS)

 One Step Ahead  Third Street Community Center Plus… California Computing Education Workshop Kagoshima Int’l Science and Technology Forum Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science

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3. Global Understanding and Engagement  Undergraduate Experience  Graduate Curricula  Faculty Education and Research  Frugal Innovation

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Global Understanding and Engagement: Undergraduate Experience Hands-on, meaningful projects: 

Community improvements in Nicaragua

Detecting waterborne pathogens in developing world

Sustainable disaster relief housing

Sustainable design for housing in Ghana

Water purification and distribution in Honduras

Engineers Without Borders Student Chapter

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Global Understanding and Engagement: Graduate Curricula An expanding array of courses:  ENGR 271 Global Environmental Change  ENGR 302 Managing in the Multicultural

Environment

 ENGR 304 Building Global Teams  ENGR 336 Engineering for the Developing World

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Global Understanding and Engagement: Faculty Education  Nicaragua Immersion Trip

– 16 engineering faculty; 2 Jesuits; 1 alumnus – 1 week in 2nd poorest country in Western Hemisphere – Renewed enthusiasm for Jesuit mission to serve others  India Immersion Trip

– 7 engineering faculty, CSTS staff, alumnus – Visited social benefit enterprises – Met with department heads at IIT Delhi  Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja, Nigeria

– Explored opportunities for immersion experiences for students

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Global Understanding and Engagement: Faculty International Research Collaboration 

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Cambridge University, UK

Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, Japan

Huawei Technologies, China

Institute of Linguistics of Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

Maebashi Institute of Technology, Japan

Nanjing University, China

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Chile

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Southeast University, Nanjing, China

Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia

University of Granada, Spain

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Frugal Innovation 

Joint initiative with CSTS, Business School

Develop accessible, affordable, appropriate technologies, products, solutions for emerging, underserved markets

Expanding suite of courses –

Engineering for the Developing World

Mobile Applications and Instrumentation

Clean Energy for the Developing World

Android for Social Benefit

Frugal Habitat (under development)

More than 30 student projects in progress or completed

Co-hosted Stanford d.school workshop with EWB

Coming soon: more courses, student design workshops… Implementation of EDW students’ water filtration  design in a Thai school SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


Frugal Innovation Lab  New interdisciplinary lab opened in April  Research, design, and prototype solutions for base-of-pyramid

markets

 Student and faculty collaboration  Supports undergraduate and graduate coursework  Partner with academic institutions, corporate leaders, NGO

networks

 Mobile Health Lab – Android programming  Expanding SCU’s contribution to the innovation ecosystem

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Global Understanding and Engagement: CSTS Funding – 2011 Roelandts Fellows  7 Student Projects – Solar Powered Water Purification System – Detection of Waterborne Pathogens Using a Microfluidic Electrochemical DNA Sensor for Low Resource Settings – Electrolysis Micropump with Bubble Recombination (EMBR) – Integrated Heat Exchanger Receiver for Improved Solar Thermal Power Generation – Solar Tracker Design to Minimize Sweep Volume – Sustainable Design in Ghana – Water Distribution System in Nicaragua: Lower Coco River

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4. Justice and Sustainability 

Solar Decathlon

Sustainability

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Solar Decathlon  Selected for 2013 competition  Partnering with USF for architecture  Building on past success  Oct. 3-13, 2013, Irvine, CA

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Sustainability 

MS in Sustainable Energy – Launched Fall 2011

Certificate in Renewable Energy

Research and Collaboration – New projects with colleagues in Nicaragua

Sustainable Energy Conference – Faculty participated in Spain meeting

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5. Academic Community  Comings and Goings  Program Snapshots  Faculty Achievements  Student Achievements  Alumni Achievements

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New Faculty

Prashanth Asuri Bioengineering

Jonathan Zhang Bioengineering

Hisham Said Civil Engineering

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New Staff

Opeta Henderson, Mechanical Engineering

Nicole Morales Dean’s Office

Greg Laskowski, Center for Nanostructures

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Celebrating 25 Years of Teaching at SCU

Sukhmander Singh Professor of Civil Engineering

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Daniel Strickland (1984-2011) Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 2010-11

Dan’s love of learning, enthusiasm for research, and passion for living inspire us to live each moment to the fullest.

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Goodbye, with many thanks! 

Dragoslav D. Siljak – – – – – – –

Professor of Electrical Engineering 47 years with SCU World-renowned controls scientist Brought honor and distinction to SCU 2010 Richard E. Bellman Award School of Engineering Centennial Award Retiring at end of academic year

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Department of Applied Mathematics  Provides service to School of Engineering  Stable graduate program  24 master's degree students, about half

pursuing concentration in mathematical finance  23 sections per year to undergraduate

students throughout School of Engineering

 30 to 35 sections per year to graduate

students throughout School of Engineering

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Bioengineering 

Major in Bioengineering – established in 2009 –

Specialization tracks: Medical Device and biomolecular/Pre-Med

Minor in Bioengineering (or Biomedical Engineering)

16 core and faculty members –

Yuling Yan, Fall ’08

Unyoung (Ashley) Kim, Fall ’09

Prashanth Asuri, Fall ’11

Jonathan Zhang, Fall ’11

More than $1.5M in active faculty research funding

7 advisory board members –

Carl Simpson, Paul Davison, Ron Schilling, Mike Helms, Kyrzstof Izdebski, James Spudich, Thane Kreiner

Total of 152 students –

28 seniors, 18 juniors and 106 freshmen & sophomores

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Bioengineering - Laboratories  Biomolecular and Cellular Engineering  Tissue Engineering  Biomaterials Engineering  Bioengineering Teaching Lab  State-of-the-art facilities  Enhanced collaboration – between departments in engineering – biology, chemistry – Center for Nanostructures

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Department of Civil Engineering  Undergraduate Program

– New focus in Construction Management offered in 2011/12 – Extracurricular activities include steel bridge and concrete canoe competitions  Graduate Program

– New MSCE track in Construction Management starting fall 2012

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Civil Engineering—Laboratories  New Structures Test Lab completed – provides on-site testing of intermediate size structural components  New Off-site Structures Laboratory Annex established – high-bay servo-hydraulic test facility for structural components up to 26 ft high  New Equipment

– Structures lab: instrumentation and data acquisition – Environmental lab: dye tracer, balance, pH meter, particle size analyzer, turbidimeter – Geotechnical lab: permeameter, shaker sieves, unconfined compression

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Department of Computer Engineering 

BS Degrees (175 students) – Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) – Web Design and Engineering (WDE)

MS Degrees (227 students) – Computer Science and Engineering – Software Engineering

Ph.D. Degree (30 CSE students)

Total external funding: $2.094M (highest for COEN)

Faculty search concluding; 12 full time by Fall 2012; 23 part time faculty

Faculty have filed 7 U.S. patents (non-provisional as well as provisional)

Highest undergraduate intake and highest graduate enrollment in recent years

Employment opportunities for computer and software engineers are wide open!

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Department of Computer Engineering Laboratories Research Labs - Commerce Plaza:  Multimedia Compression Lab  Sustainable Computing Lab  Wireless Networks Lab  Parallel Processing Lab  Software Engineering Lab  Intelligent Information Systems Lab  Offices for Visitors

Labs – Bannan Engineering Labs:  Green Computing Lab  Computer Forensics Lab SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


Department of Electrical Engineering  Programs

– B.S. – electives in advanced logic design, communication, chaos theory, digital signal processing, mechatronics, nanotechnology, power electronics, semiconductor devices and technology – M.S. – new options allow bioengineering component – Ph.D. – 4 degrees awarded June 2011  Support of Conferences

– First Women’s Workshop on Communications and Signal Processing – organized and chaired by Sarah Kate Wilson – IEEE Digital Signal Processing Workshop 2013, Sally Wood, General Chair

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Electrical Engineering Laboratories 

Image Processing Laboratory

Latimer Energy Laboratory – 11 Latimer Energy Scholars began work Winter 2012 – Students will make extensive tests on solar panels Summer 2012

New Electron Devices Laboratory – Acquiring new equipment

New laboratories in Commerce Plaza: – – – – – –

ASIC Laboratory Center for Analog Design and Research Lab Communications Laboratory Mixed Signal Design Laboratory Signal Processing Research Laboratory TENT Laboratory

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Center for Nanostructures 

Expand participation and utilization

Rich Barber

– 7 research groups: BioE, MECH, EE, Chemistry, Physics – Significant increase in trained users for research and curriculum support – Developing policies for external membership and collaboration – Website upgrade to highlight projects 

Future Plans – Equipment upgrades – Expand capabilities with new equipment – Develop external partnerships

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Department of Engineering Management & Leadership  210 M.S. students  Developing the management skills required to compete in a global

marketplace

 Applying the knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering in

the management of projects and complex systems

 Successfully offered new courses in Advanced Leadership and

Technology Entrepreneurship

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Department of Mechanical Engineering  2 tenure-track searches active  24 Part-time adjuncts involved in the program, a new high  3 PhDs defended: P. Wang, I. Mas, S. Escobar-Vargas  $1.5 M in internal and external funding  Lucy and Charles W.E. Clarke Scholarship, ASME, $6000 for incoming

freshmen 2012

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Mechanical Engineering Laboratories  New Intelligent Controls System Laboratory, Ayoubi  Added Differential Scanning Calorimeter and Kelvin Probe  Donation of Instron for material science lab, Parnell

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Robotics Systems Laboratory  $1.2M NASA Grant for spacecraft command and control

research and development  Sustainability Grant for multi-robot applications to

environmental monitoring  New 22,000 sq ft facility at Ames  Robotics Lab selected by National Academy of Engineering

as a model program for its Real World Engineering initiative and publication  Newly developed Satellite Operations curriculum awarded

by IEEE as a model Real World Engineering laboratory course, which they will now endorse and distribute/promote to other schools for adoption

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Undergraduate Snapshot 

~ 822 undergraduate students

~ 213 women students; 26%

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Undergraduate Enrollment May 1

Applied

Admitted

Deposited

Enrolled

2008

1072

843

199

213

2009

1104

807

147

187

2010

1490

1076

282

278

2011

1940

1220

175

173

2012

2331

1408

241

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Undergraduate Enrollment Freshman Enrollment by Year

2012 Deposited Freshman Majors

2012 Expected Enrollment: 220

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New General Engineering Courses • ENGR 25 & 125– Sustainable Energy Projects • Latimer Energy Scholars • ENGR 91 – Architecture Workshop • 2013 Solar Decathlon • ENGR 170 – Acting for Engineers • Presentation & Interviewing Skills Coming Fall 2012: • ENGR 1 Changes – Now 2-units. One hour lecture plus a lab

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Graduate Enrollment History and Trends

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M.S. Student Summary, FY 2011-2012 (777 total – Reflects currently enrolled students only)

Certificate 5%

Sustainable  1%

AMTH 3%

CIVIL 3%

OPEN U 9% COEN 25%

MECH 11%

EMGT 27%

ELEC 12%

SOFT 4%

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M.S. Students by Department, FY 2011-2012 (664 total – Excludes certificate and open university; reflects currently enrolled students only)

SUST. ENERGY  1%

AMTH 4%

CIVIL 3%

MECH 13% COEN 30% EMGT 31% ELEC 14%

SOFT 4%

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Ph.D Students by Department, FY 2011-2012 (63 total – Reflects currently enrolled students only)

MECH 19%

COEN 48%

ELEC 33% SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


International Collaboration 

China – Dr. Li Song, visiting professor from Shanghai Jiao Tong University

India – IIT Delhi : exploring collaboration – Xavier Institute of Engineering, Mumbai: Robotics collaboration – St. Xavier’s College,Kolkata: exploring collaboration

South America – Catholic University of Uruguay: visiting M.S. students (1 current, 1 graduated) – Catholic University of Uruguay: Alex Zecevic offered seminars on science and religion – Catholic University of Cordoba, Argentina: exploring collaboration – Javeriana University, Bogota, Colombia: exploring collaboration SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


2011 School of Engineering Faculty and Staff Awards

Yuling Yan

Frank Barone

Nhan Nguyen

Sergio Zarantonello

Sotheary Beaumier

Researcher of the Year

Award for Teaching Excellence

Adjunct Lecturer of the Year

Gerald E. Markle Award

Staff Member of the Year

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Faculty Achievement 

Prashanth Asuri, editorial board, Best of BIOT series

Radha Basu Girl Scouts’ Forever Green Award (women who are inspiring girls to lead)

Monem Beitelmal 5 U.S. patents granted in past year

Christopher Kitts, KEEN 2011 Outstanding Faculty Member and Network Contributor

Nam Ling, General Co-Chair IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo

Edwin Maurer Fulbright Scholar, Chile Google Fellow

Tokunbo Ogunfunmi Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE Circuits and Systems Society

Hisham Said Academic Committee, Construction Industry Institute

Sukhmander Singh Associate Editor, The International Journal of Science in Society (U of IL)

Sarah Kate Wilson Director of Journals, IEEE Communications Society

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Adjunct Faculty Achievement 

Cullen Bash, named Fellow of ASME (mech)

Rance DeLong, panelist, National Cybersecurity Summit; chair, Real-Time and Embedded Systems Forum of the Open Group, Taipei, Taiwan (coen)

Abdel-Aty Edris, named IEEE Fellow (elen)

Kern Peng, book published, Equipment Management in the Post-Maintenance Era

Michael Thorburn, named Head, Dept. of Engineering, ALMA Observatory, Chile

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Faculty Publications A small sampling … ( >120 conference and journal papers)  Acta Materialia (Marks)  Advances in Engineering Software (Shoup)  Biomedical Signal Processing Control (Yan)  Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing (Ogunfunmi)  IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (Kitts) 

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (Amer, Holliday)

 JEC Composites Magazine (Parnell)  Journal of Astronautical Sciences (Ayoubi)  Journal of Heat Transfer Engineering (Fabris)  Journal of Structural Engineering (Aschheim)  Journal of the American Water Resources Association (Maurer)  Molecular Therapy (Asuri)

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Faculty Books and Book Chapters 

Radhika Grover, Programming with Java: A Multimedia Approach

Sukhmander Singh, chapter in The Functioning of Ecosystems

Yuling Yan, chapter in Mobile Robots – Current Trends

Aleksandar Zecevic, Truth, Beauty, and the Limits of Knowledge and The Knowable and the Counterintuitive

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Faculty Presentations – A Sampling 

Asia-Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association, China (Ogunfunmi)

ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Colorado (Beitelmal, Fabris)

Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Connecticut (Kim)

Building Seismic Safety Council (Aschheim)

GeoConference 2012, California (Singh)

IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, Japan (Wood)

IEEE International Conference on Adaptive Science and Technology, Nigeria (Ling and Ogunfunmi)

International Conference on Engineering Education, Ireland (Davis)

IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications, China (Ling)

IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics, Thailand (Yan)

Institute for Informatics, Brazil (Ogunfunmi)

International Conference on Science In Society, Washington, D.C. (Singh)

International Conference on Composite Materials, Korea (Parnell)

NSF GK-12 Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. (Lewis)

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Faculty Grants – A Partial List 

Ruth Davis and Dan Lewis - $851,779 W.F. Keck Foundation; increase supply and diversity of IT graduates

Ashley Kim - $12,000 for Implantable Cycle Electrolytic Micropump for In Vivo Drug Delivery

Hohyun Lee: $20,000 Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory/Dept. of Energy Ultra-low energy use appliance design and $14,995 US EPA solar thermal energy harvesting for power generation

Edwin Maurer - $50,000 San Diego/CA Energy Commission, "Climate Analysis, Monitoring and Modeling: Phase V."

Jonathan Zhang - $245,456 National Institute of Health “Regulation of Structure and Function of Protein by Glycosylation”

Bioengineering - $10,000 Intuitive Surgical, undergraduate summer engineering research fellowships

Sarah Kate Wilson - $10,000 Office of Naval Research, Women’s Workshop on Communications and Signal Processing

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Student Achievement – A Few Highlights 

Sarah Ghanbari ’11 and Liang Xiang, Ph.D. (bioe) – presented papers at First Annual Advanced Biosciences Symposium at SCU

Andrew Gustafson ’12 and Yevgeniy Spektor ’12 (elen), Hariharan Rajopalan ’12 (wde) presented startup concepts at CIE Advisory Board Meeting

Erin Hicks ’14 (mech) selected for highly competitve Workshop on Artificial Intelligence at Oregon State University

Diane Keng ’13 (coen) – serial entrepreneur launched her 4th venture, “Faceless,” a social network company

Alex Kranenburg ’13 (mech) – ASME SF Section Award for most supportive member of a student section; SCU student section named Outstanding Student ASME Section in Santa Clara Valley Section

Claire Kunkle ’14 (mech) – selected for highly competitive Drexel University iREU Summer Bioengineering Program

Katie Le ’14 (coen) – Women’s Tennis Conference Player of the Year; invited to NCAA Championship Tournament

Collin Lee ’12 (coen) – selected to give keynote address at Preview Days

Kelli Oura ’11 (ceng) – ASCE SF Outstanding Civil Engineering Student

Quinn Peck ’12 (ceng) – national scholarship American Institute of Steel Construction

BRAINIACS: Fourteen graduating seniors are in the University Honors Program:

Michael Busch Stephen Cauterucio Michael Chong Nick DeYarman Travis Duncan Jack Finley Marcia Leung Kristen Muramoto Brennan Nacario Ian Nova Quinn Peck Graden Rea Ryan Sacia David Silver

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Student Achievement - A Few Standouts 

Charles Franz, Greg Method, and Keegan Wada’s braking system for long trains selected as ASME Innovation Showcase semi-finalist (June)

John Judnich ’13 presents his 3D graphics research at top international conferences (30% acceptance rate, 15% for oral session)

Michael Sizemore, Sandeep Lele, Sutyen Zalawadia (mech), Ross Pimentel and Jeff Schwartz (elen) took 1st Place and $90,000 to further research on a regenerative fuel cell at EPA P3 (People, Prosperity and the Planet)

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Alumni Achievement – A Sampling 

Clifford Clarke '93 and Patrick Grogan '08 assisted student chapter Engineers Without Borders

John Giddings '91 first speaker in the School of Engineering’s “Lunch with an Entrepreneur” series

John Maydonovitch, '73 Xavier University Founders' Day Award

Joseph Rechenmacher '49 Certificate of Recognition from California’s Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists for 52 years of service to engineering profession and California

Vijay Janapa Reddy ’03 (Ph.D. from Harvard 2010) joined UT Austin faculty

Lou Reginato ’60 contributed 2 chapters to Induction Accelerators, collaborative effort between U.S. and Japanese accelerator scientists

Carol Reiley ’04 appeared on the cover and contributed to two articles/projects in Make Magazine

Carl Simpson ’72, Casey McGlynn ’75, and Chuck Cantoni ’57 panelists at Bioengineering Medical Device Innovation Workshop

Michael Wang ’93 presented a paper at IEEE Symposium on Consumer Electronics, Singapore

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New Labs! 

Maker Lab

Community Projects/ Senior Design Lab

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More Great Stuff… 

Toshi Yamada and Cary Yang’s "Modeling of a carbon nanotube ultracapacitor," in Nanotechnology is one of the most frequently downloaded articles; ranked in the top 10% of all Institute of Physics Journal articles for number of times accessed

SCU’s School of Engineering is again Number 1 in percentage of women faculty tenured or tenure-track (ASEE Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges)

Class of 1950 held their 62nd Reunion luncheon in October – has met every year since their graduation

James Reites, S.J., led group of ’09 engineering alumni – Matt Brubaker, Eric Pelfrey, Ross Ruecker, Dan Ruffoni, Tim Sennott and others to Baja California, Mexico to build a home for the Lopez Barbarosa family during Thanksgiving break

Godfrey Mungal was one of about 40 engineering deans at the White House celebrating excellence in retention, graduation and diversity in engineering education

E3: Everyday Engineering Examples workshop links real-world examples to common engineering principles (faculty members Nilsson, Lee, Krishnan, Fabris)

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Future: Proposed for Engineering

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THANK YOU for your contributions to our success Enjoy the Presentations!

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State of the School Address 2012