Penn State Berks will host a presentation titled “Smart cars, smart cities and smart medical devices – how electronics miniaturization has and will impact the engineering field” at 6-7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20, in room 121 Gaige.
The Penn State Berks Thun Library will be awarding the second annual University Libraries Undergraduate Research Award, which recognizes outstanding student work. The deadline for submissions is March 20, 2020.
Penn State Berks students enrolled in the college’s Flow Visualization course will present their work, titled “Gallery of Fluid Motion,” as part of a poster session from from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Students majoring in electro-mechanical engineering technology, mechanical engineering, and occupational therapy collaborate each year to create devices to meet the needs of individuals with physical challenges as part of the Pfreimer Adaptive Equipment Project (PADEP).
Penn State Berks alumnus Joe Sinclair just launched his third business — Verde Mantis, LLC, the first local company focused on bringing 3D printing or additive manufacturing to the masses with its latest product, the 3D Mantis Printer.
This year, three Penn State Berks students received the University’s prestigious Erickson Discovery Grant for summer 2019, through the Office of Undergraduate Education. The grants allowed them to conduct research over the summer in the field, lab or studio.
Madison Wojciechowski, a junior majoring in mechanical engineering at Penn State Berks, was selected as a finalist to present her research at a Society of Women Engineers WE Local Conference on Feb. 15 to 16, in Tampa, Florida.