Kimberly Ogden (CBE’86) Named President of AIChE

Penn alumna (CBE’86), Professor Kimberly Ogden (formerly Kim Henry), is currently serving as President-elect and will take over as President of AIChE in Jan. 2019. After receiving her B.S. degree, as one of our most active student leaders and as lab assistant in our undergraduate laboratory, she pursued her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees at the […]

Sarah Gray: Voices of Penn Engineering Master’s Alumni

This is part of our series of articles, written by Penn Engineering alumni, about their experiences at Penn and how it shaped their lives. Our next article is written by Sarah Gray, who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Haverford College and a master’s degree in Computer and Information Technology (MCIT) from […]

Shveta Gupta: Voices of Penn Engineering Master’s Alumni

This is part of our series of articles written by Penn Engineering alums about their experiences at Penn and how it shaped their lives. Our next article is by Shveta Gupta, who graduated with a master’s in Electrical Engineering in 2018. She is now at Intel, working as a firmware engineer.

Computer and Information Science Alum Justin Hsu Receives Distinguished Dissertation Award

Justin Hsu, a recent graduate in the Department of Computer and Information Science (CIS) at Penn Engineering, has received the John C. Reynolds Doctoral Dissertation Award for exploring and formalizing several proofs critical to the field of differential privacy.

Dhruv Turakhia: Voices of Penn Engineering Master’s Alumni

This is part of our series of articles, written by Penn Engineering alums in their own words, of their experiences at Penn and how it shaped their lives. Our next article is written by Dhruv Turakhia, who graduated with a master’s in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) degree in 2015. He currently works in the […]

Ting Yue Receives ECOS Best Paper Award

Ting Yue, a 2017 doctoral graduate in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, is the recipient of a Best Paper Award (Second Place) from the International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems (ECOS). The paper, “Thermodynamic Analysis of Hybrid Power Cycles using Multiple Heat Sources of Different Temperatures,” was co-authored […]

Engineering Enterprise: A Three-Pack Of Startups

Penn Engineers get an early advantage in the startup game. Coursework, competitions, funding and other resources offered by the University infuse students with the interdisciplinary education, experience and support needed to envision and implement impactful solutions to a wide range of global problems. Meanwhile, encouragement and insights from talented faculty and driven peers inspire budding […]

Siqi Sun: Voices of Penn Engineering Master’s Alumni

This is part of our series of articles written by Penn Engineering alums about their experiences at Penn and how it shaped their lives. This article is by Siqi Sun, who graduated with a master’s in Scientific Computing in 2017. He is currently working in Shanghai as a research engineer at Nuance Communications, a leader […]

Game Changer: A Penn Engineer Joins The Philadelphia Phillies

When Alex Nakahara (MEAM’10) was asked recently if he is ever able to mention his job title without someone excitedly responding with “Moneyball!” he smiled broadly and answered, “Pretty much no.” Nakahara was quick to add, however, that he often uses the analogy to better explain what he does for a living. Nakahara is a […]

Fred Warren: Investing in the Promise of Innovation

Penn Engineering alumnus and venture capitalist Fred Warren (ME’60, WG’61) discusses his passion for the School and in discovering the next great innovation. He and his wife Robin are also founding donors of the Warren Center for Network and Data Sciences, Penn Engineering’s incubator of forward-thinking, collaborative research that is shaping how network science improves […]

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