New Jersey Institute of Technology held its Fourth Annual Provost's Student Research Showcase on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 9, 2008.
The event highlights the range of outstanding research being done at NJIT by its graduate and undergraduate students. All of the work to be presented has been previously presented professionally by the students, typically at technical conferences.
All student presenters first have to be nominated by a faculty member. Each nominee will be reviewed by a screening committee to ensure that the nominated presenter and his/her work are appropriate for the showcase. The participants will represent a broad cross-section of our student population and their work covers the broad variety of research being done at NJIT.
Provost's Student Research Showcase Winners
Topics this year included:
- Biomedical and pharmaceutical applications
- Telecommunications and signal processing
- Societal impact of technological change
- Nanoparticles, nanostructures and nanotechnology
- Many other areas