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Freshmen Engineering Students will publish and present at the ASEE-NE2018 Conference

April 10, 2018

Four freshmen engineering student papers, under the supervision of Teaching Professor Bala Maheswaran, have been accepted for publication and presentation at the American Society of Engineering Education – Northeast conference on April 27-28, 2018 at the University of Hartford, Connecticut.

Paper Titles/Authors

  1. Harnessing Vibrational Energy: Recycling Excess Kinetic Energy with Piezoelectric Generators, Carl Underkoffler (ChE'20), Matthew Streibich (ME'22), Alan Zhou (CMPE'22), Matthew Warren (BioE'22), and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding. 2018
  2. Thermoelectric Energy Generation from Biomass: An Innovative Proposal for a Small Scale Solution, Lamia Alam (BioE'22), Christopher Gehrke (IE'22), Piper Jacobs (ME'22), Clem Smith (BioE'22), Edward Witten, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding, 2018
  3. Power Generation through Typing: Harnessing Wasted Mechanical Energy with Piezoelectric Sensors, Brock Fenbert (CMPE/CS'22), Joshua Field (ChE'22), Noah Ossanna (ME'22), Monika Pesa (CMPE'21), Jack Streed (ME'22), and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding 2018
  4. Hydrothermal Vents: An Energy Source a Mile below the Surface, Aberdeen Dinius (ChE'22), Maria Firan (CE'22), Sara Kamboj (ME'22), Michael Moscatt (E'22), Suha Yacoob (ChE'22), and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding, 2018