Instructive Biomaterials and Additive Manufacturing Laboratory (IBAM-Lab)
CHE 722 - Additive Manufacturing and Applications
Graduate level elective, # of students = 24 (Capped)
CHE 375 - Struc., Prop. and Processing of Materials
Undergraduate level core, # of students = 76
Undergraduate level elective, # of students = 24 (Capped)
CHE 375 - Struc., Prop. and Processing of Materials
Undergraduate level core, # of students = 36
Spring 2018 - NEW COURSE on 3D Printing
CHE 702 - Additive Manufacturing and Applications
Graduate level elective, # of students = 30
Fall 2017 - NEW COURSE on 3D Printing
Undergraduate level elective, # of students = 25 (Capped)
CHE 791 - Chemical Engineering Graduate Seminar
# of students = 32
CHE 681 - Polymerization Principles and Practice
Graduate level elective, # of students = 36
Engineering Career Day at NJIT
October 13 & December 8, 2017
Dr. Guvendiren and his team demonstrated 3D printing of chocolate (thanks to Shen Ji) and key chains with NJIT logo to the visiting high school students (total of over 1,200 students for the two events).
Life as a Tenure Track Faculty
June 30, 2017
Dr. Guvendiren gave a seminar at the New Jersey Center for Biomaterials, Rutgers University. His seminar focused on his journey to become a tenure track faculty.
The New Jersey Science Olympiad State Tournament
Dr. Guvendiren and Shawn Yetman (CBPE Lab Manager) host an event on Experimental Design as a part of the NJ Science Olympiad.
RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES for COLLEGE-LEVEL and K-12 STUDENTS
IBAM-Lab offers specifically designed research projects to provide get hands-on research experience for college-level and K-12 students.
IBAM REU Program:
IBAM-Lab has an NSF funded Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. We designed mini projects for undergraduate students under our main NSF grant, New polymeric biomaterial inks for 3D printing. Note that the undergraduates supported with NSF funds must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions.
In addition, IBAM-Lab actively participates in a variety of NJIT Undergraduate Research and Innovation Programs. See details and application information from the link - NJIT URI Programs.
Phase-1 and Phase-2 Student Grant (URISG) program provides NJIT undergraduate students awards to pursue research or develop proof-of-concept prototypes. Funds can only be used to order project supplies and prototyping through the Office of Undergraduate Research and Innovation. Awardees will present their progress reports in the URI workshops.
The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, awards grants to institutions of higher education for projects designed to provide underrepresented students with effective preparation for doctoral study. The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement program is a comprehensive one. It is designed to help low-income and first-generation or underrepresented students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to complete their bachelor's degree, and to enroll in post-baccalaureate degree programs, with the goal of obtaining doctoral degrees
NJIT I-Corps Sites Program offers specialized training and mini-grants up to $3,000 to teams with interest in exploring the commercial viability of their ideas for products and businesses that are based on their own inventions, University intellectual property, or any STEM-related technology. Accepted teams are also eligible to access to the Entrepreneur Development Center and its resources through this program.
NJIT provides opportunities for research participation for undergraduate and high school students. Every year, students get an opportunity to explore a research topic of interest - under the guidance of a faculty mentor, and to present their work in the Dana-Knox Student Research Showcase and network with members of advisory boards and NJIT community.
Jorge Pereyra (McNAir Achievement Program) and Dr. Guvendiren during the NJIT Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium (July 2017)
Ian Casaren and Sessina Dani presenting their work during the Provost High School Summer Research Internship Poster Symposium (August 2017)
Jolene Cobb, our summer visiting student from Siena College, presenting her NSF-REU study during the the NJIT Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium (July 2017)
We are very proud to receive our Certificate of Appreciation plaques from Prof. Angelo Perna, the Director of the Ronald E. McNair Achievement Program. Special congratulations to Jorge and Emily, and their mentors Dr. Chya-Yan and Shen Ji.
Jorge Pereya (CHE) and Emily Almeida (CHE) presenting their work in the NJIT 2017 International Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium. They were IBAM-LAb's first McNair Achievement Program Students.
Fall 2017 - Innovation Day Poster Presentations (for URI Projects)
From left to right: Hazal Yalcin (BME), Tej Patel (CHE) - Shawn Huynh (CHE), and Faizur Piuli (BME) successfully presenting their URI - Phase 2 projects during NJIT Innovation Day.
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