Former NJSGC intern Jeremy Cleeman was selected for the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Award. This award is given to 6,000 students nationwide each year and it includes three years of fellowship support plus tuition remission.
Jeremy Cleeman (MAE UG ’20, 2nd year MAE PhD) has been awarded a prestigious graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation.
In view of cancellation of several NJSGC summer programs due to COVID-19, NJSGC is pleased to announce the opportunity for students entering doctoral or thesis-based masters programs in STEM fields at New Jersey colleges and universities.
Application deadline is August 15, 2022. Selections will be announced by September 10, 2022.
During the Spring 2021 semester, Stevens Institute of Technology modified their existing freshman robotics course to include a Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) System component. 150 teams of 3 students each collaborated to build an autonomous robot, 3D print a platform to hold ultrasonic sensors, and then program the robot in C++ to avoid 4 obstacles in an arena (which simulated the Stevens campus) and traverse the arena to 4 labeled locations in 120 seconds using LIDAR. The robots were required to get within 2 inches of the targets.