A team of researchers including scientists at Princeton University has developed a program that allows graphic artists to quickly and easily produce realistic brushstrokes on their computers.
Archive – September 2013
2013 Princeton-CEFRC Combustion Summer School Lectures These lectures serve as a primer on the science of combustion, a key field of research for developing alternative fuels and the engines that will burn them. They constitute the core of a summer school lecture program organized by Princeton’s Combustion Energy Frontier Research Center (CEFRC) and funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Additional funding was provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the Air Force
The timeless rite of professor and students gathering to pass along and debate knowledge remains at the core of the Princeton experience. Yet the classroom is far from static.
The American Society of Civil Engineers named Erik Vanmarcke a distinguished member of the society, one of the highest accolades among civil engineers.
The sky was overcast but the atmosphere on the Friend Center lawn was sunny on Sept. 9 as Dean H. Vincent Poor welcomed the engineering school class of 2017 to Princeton.