In the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science, we are lucky to have so many people connected by the common bonds of education and research.
Now a professor emeritus in the Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Department (SSIE), Howard Pattee has continued to push new ideas to the next level with a gift of $50,000 to the Watson School. The money will help purchase new equipment to teach the next generation of engineers.
It really isn’t like anything else in the world. And it was made at Binghamton University. A new future in book presentation and preservation has been developed by Juan Denzer ’04, a Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science graduate, University library staff and a team that includes current and former Watson students.
Sometimes the toughest part of going to college is finding a spot to fit in. With the security of friends and family absent for many incoming freshmen, extracurricular clubs help the like-minded meet at Binghamton University. The Watson School has about 20 different clubs directly affiliated with the college, and many of them foster the abilities of minority student populations including the National Society of Black Engineers, Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and Society of Women Engineers.
She is an engineer with Broadway aspirations. Artistically, Katie Leenig belted out a powerful interpretation of Wendla in Binghamton University’s fall 2015 musical Spring Awakening. Academically, her systems science and industrial engineering senior project in the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science on the efficiency of campus libraries took center stage.
One of the focuses of Binghamton University Assistant Professor Christopher Greene’s research is Cobotics — robots that collaborate with humans. So, thanks to a certain recent film, the first question is pretty obvious: Is it possible to build a real BB-8 or R2-D2?
Over 250 students from 18 different colleges and universities across New York and New Jersey — mostly Binghamton computer science and engineering majors — competed in the third annual HackBU hackathon on Valentine’s Day weekend.
It can be tough to follow in an older sibling’s footsteps. Shane Tracy is following his older sister’s tread marks.
From walking to wheels, getting from A to B has always been a challenge. Two teams of student-engineers from the Watson School were among 124 teams representing 27 states and 20 countries that participated in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition Design Weekend at Texas A&M University in late January with new ideas about getting people around as quickly and safely as possible.
A Binghamton University alumnus is leading one of the best places to work in America. It isn’t hyperbole either, GreatPlacestoWork.com and Fortune magazine say so.
With the help of a $500,000 Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Binghamton University Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Paul Chiarot is trying to figure out a 3-D printing process, but at a level that can’t be seen by the naked eye.
"For us, being affiliated with the Watson School is not just a job, it is a vocation, and we remain dedicated to providing what is best for our students."
Smart phones and wearable sensors are key to efficient, effective healthcare
Watson PhD student Husam Alissa is exploring new possibilities for cooling data centers with an eye on increasing their efficiency.
SSIE researchers Assistant Professor Sang Won Yoon and PhD student Benjamin Schleich are using data analysis to help boost organ donor numbers.
Three Watson alumni are improving vehicle safety at Ford. Learn how Binghamton's engineering programs prepared them for the challenge!
Watson biomedical engineering researchers Kaiming Ye and Sha Jin are working to make personalized medicine a reality for diabetics.
In a TAE-funded project, Watson's Gretchen Mahler and Harpur's Anthony Fiumera are investigating how ingesting nanoparticles may influence health.
Timothy Singler, professor of mechanical engineering, is exploring greener electronics-manufacturing techniques through inkjet printing of functional materials.
Members of Watson's Society of Women Engineers are turning leftover parts into sculpture.
Peck scholarship funds undergraduate student attendance at annual health systems conference.
Watson’s Executive Master of Science in Health Systems in Manhattan
Dean of the Watson School has been named executive vice provost for international initiatives and chief global affairs officer
Watson School launched the Graduate Research Ambassador Award Program
"We will carry on the great legacy set forth by our founders"
“Watson establishes legacy of excellence and innovation”
Children of Watson faculty learn they don’t have to go far for a great education
Innovation’s new division targets pharmacy automation market
Binghamton researchers crunch Big Data to help predict floods, improve transportation systems and save energy
Watson bioengineer explores what’s really in that facial cleanser
Researcher engineers greater performance of upper-limb prostheses
Inside the Seymour Kunis Media Core
Work takes alumnae around the world, but Watson is where it all began
Seniors create puncture-resistant device for use in abdominal surgery
Trip exposes students to life on a Native American reservation