In the course "Building Real Systems," known as Car Lab, Princeton juniors majoring in electrical engineering put their previous coursework into practice by building robotic projects.
The Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership's fourth annual meeting, held Nov. 20, 2015, featured faculty and student research, as well as panel discussions focused on energy markets and the future of photovoltaics.
Graduate students in the Fluid Mechanics Laboratory at Princeton University demonstrate how they use a wind tunnel to improve the design of electricity-generating wind turbines. The video was made for Princeton Research Day, held May 5, 2016, by Mark Miller and Janik Keifer, students in the laboratory of Marcus Hultmark, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton.
Yuyang Fan, a graduate student in Princeton's Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in the laboratory of Assistant Professor Marcus Hultmark, created a video to explain his research to the general public as part of Princeton Research Day, which was held May 5, 2016.
Princeton University is hosting more than 50 college students this summer who are participating in the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. Funded by the National Science Foundation and supplemented by Princeton, the program engages a diverse set of science students from around the nation in original scientific research.
Rob Pringle, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, describes the cutting-edge method of DNA metabarcoding used to reveal how similar animals share resources.
Professor Steingart, an assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, studies batteries. He also focuses innovation and problem solving with his students in the classroom and in the lab.
Professor Coleen Murphy, who studies the molecular mechanisms that underlie aging, guides and inspires the students and researchers who work in her lab. (Video by Danielle Alio, Office of Communications)
The third annual Princeton-Fung Global Forum, to be held Nov. 2-3 in Dublin, Ireland, will bring together researchers, scholars, policymakers and health officials to examine West Africa's Ebola outbreak as a case study of a modern plague.
In its most recent offering, the Princeton University class "A Social and Multi-dimensional Exploration of Structures" focused on the design and social context of eight Spanish bridges, and the students and faculty visited the bridges to better understand the bridges' relationship to their communities. (Video by Evelyn Tu for the Office of Engineering Communications)