More than 50 posters promoting research will be displayed during 'Celebrate Achievement' expo

More than 50 posters promoting research will be displayed during 'Celebrate Achievement' expo

May 15, 2014

More than 50 posters featuring work being done by Kettering University faculty, staff and students will be on display during the Celebrate Achievement Expo as part of Homecoming festivities May 17.

Dr. Steven Nartker, assistant professor of Chemical Engineering, discusses his research with alumni at last year's Celebrate Achievement Expo.

More than 50 posters featuring work being done by Kettering University faculty, staff and students will be on display during the Celebrate Achievement Expo as part of Homecoming festivities May 17. The poster session will take place in the Sunset Room in the Campus Center from 9-11 a.m. Presenters will be on hand to explain their work to alumni and others in attendance and a free breakfast will be provided by Einstein Bros. Bagels. Here are the posters that will be on display:

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Solid Oxide Fuel Cells; an Overview and Applications
Gianfranco DiGiuseppe, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering

KEEN City, An Entrepreneurially Minded and Energy Conscious Community
Gianfranco DiGiuseppe, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering

Virtual Celebrator Machines
Loi Huynh, Peter Stanchev, Kettering University Department of Computer Science

Concentration Dependence of an Exothermic Phase Transition
Rebecca Mikolajczyk (Kettering University Department of Physics)
Gillian Ryan (Kettering University Department of Physics)
Uma Ramabadran (Kettering University Department of Physics)
Shalini Lakshmanan (Ann Arbor Huron High School)
Grace Hsia (Warmilu, Ann Arbor, Michigan)
Rachel Rademacher (Warmilu, Ann Arbor, Michigan)

The Cellular Hokey Pokey: Non-Linear Dynamics Regulate Protrusion and Retraction of the XTC Lamellipodia
Gillian Lynn Ryan (Kettering University Department of Physics)
Naoki Watanabe (Graduate School of Life Sciences, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan)
Dimitrios Vavylonis (Lehigh University Department of Physics)

Predicting Loudspeaker Response Using Lumped-Element Circuit Modeling
Robert Chun and Daniel Ludwigsen, Kettering University Department of Physics

Magnetic Microbubbles for Biomedical Applications
Emily Perkins-Harbin, Nathaniel Mosher, Robert Cunningham, Prem Vaishnava, Ronald E. Kumon, Kettering University Depatment of Physics
Lihua Wang, Kettering UniversityDeparment of Chemistry/Biochemistry

Synthesis and Characterization of Biocompatible Magnetic Nanoparticles
Nathaniel Mosher, Nicolaas Winter, Emily Perkins-Harbin, Robert Cunningham, Corneliu  Rablau, Ronald E. Kumon, Prem Vaishnava, Kettering University Department of Physics
Lihua Wang, Kettering University Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry
Natalie Gerdung, Kettering University Department of Chemical Engineering

Investigation of Magnetic Properties of Fe3O4 Nanoparticles Using Temperature Dependent Magnetic Hyperthermia in Ferrofluids
P.P. Vaishnava, Kettering University Department of Physics
H. Nemala, J. S. Thakur, G. Lawes, R. Naik, Wayne State University Department of Physics and Astronomy
V. M. Naik, UM-Dearborn Department of Natural Sciences

Design of High-Efficiency Fast Battery Charger and Alternator for Electric Vehicles
Kevin Bai , Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Power Electronics Based Highly Compact Motor Drive Systems for Electric Vehicles
Kevin Bai , Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Fostering the First Year Transition, through The Center For Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Shari A. Luck, Terri Lynch-Caris, Kettering University Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Technology to Improve Teaching Effectiveness Everywhere
Mark A. Palmer, Kettering University Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

Size and Shape of Two Dimensional Molecular Polymer Sheets in Solution
Jeffrey Bond, Salomon Turgman Cohen, Kettering University Department of Chemical Engineering

Innovation to Entrepreneurship across the University
Massoud Tavakoli, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mo Torfeh, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Innovation to Entrepreneurship Course of Study
Massoud Tavakoli, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mo Torfeh and Girma Tewolde, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Kettering Entrepreneur Society (KES)
Massoud Tavakoli, Abraham Paul, Prajyot Mayekar, Kristina Kamensky, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering

 i2e Student Contests
Massoud Tavakoli, Abraham Paul, Prajyot Mayekar, Kristina Kamensky, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering

Lava ION Lamp
Billy Lindeman, Eric Barch, Eric Salem, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering

Flow Visualization and Tracer Gas Applications in Walk-in Cooler
Kristina Kamensky, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering

CG Techniques for Virtual and Computer-Assisted Surgery
Giuseppe Turini, Kettering University Department of Computer Science

Mobile App Development Integrated with Computer Engineering Education
Jaerock Kwon, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Enhanced Image Processing Pipeline and Parallel Generation of Multiscale Tiles for Web-Based 3D Rendering of Whole Mouse Brain Vascular Networks
Jaerock Kwon, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Ultrasonic-Sensor Deployment Strategies and Use of Smartphone Sensors for Mobile Robot Navigation in Indoor Environment
Jongil Lim, Seok Ju Lee, Jaerock Kwon, Girma Tewolde, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Development of Bluetooth LE Enabled Multisensor
Jaerock Kwon, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Design and Implementation of Vehicle Tracking System Using GPS/GSM/GPRS Technology and Smartphone Application
Jaerock Kwon, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Robots and Smartphones for Attracting Students to Engineering Education
Jaerock Kwon, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Autonomous Tour Guide Robot by using QR code Recognition in Indoor Environment
Girma Tewolde, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Intelligent Health-Monitoring System for the Elderly using a Smart Mobile Device and a Cellular Network
Seok Ju Lee, Jongil Lim, Jaerock Kwon, Girma Tewolde, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Social-Feature-based Routing in Opportunistic Mobile Social Networks
Yunsheng Wang, Kettering University Department of Computer Science

Ankle Fracture Patterns in MVA
Theresa Atkinson, Anand Gudlur, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering
Nandan Shah, Norman Walter, McLaren Regional Medical Center, Flint, Michigan

Electrospun Na4Mn9O18 Cathode Material for Aqueous Electrolyte Na-ion Battery"
Xuan (Joe) Zhou, Yigang Tong, Matthias Ritter, Paul Hong, Hengbin Fan, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Atmospheric Plasma Surface Modification of Polymer Particles: Effects on Hydrophilic Properties and Surface Chemistry
M. Gilliam, S. Farhat, M.Magyar, G. Garner, Kettering University Department of Chemical Engineering

Deposition Behavior of Hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDSO) and Decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) in a Pulsed Atmospheric Plasma of Air M. Gilliam, S. Farhat, A. Zand, B. Peterson, B. Stubbs, Kettering University Department of Chemical Engineering

Breakdown and Partial Discharge Behavior of Enamel-Insulated Copper Conductors
Daniel J. Taylor, Huseyin R. Hiziroglu, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Peter H. Foss, GM Manufacturing Systems Research Laboratory, General Motors Global Research & Development, Warren, Michigan

Partial Discharge and Breakdown Behavior of Enamel-Insulated Copper Conductors in Carbon Powder
Daniel J. Taylor, Huseyin R. Hiziroglu, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Peter H. Foss, GM Manufacturing Systems Research Laboratory, General Motors Global Research & Development, Warren, Michigan

Production and Evaluation of Antioxidants from Plants
Lihua Wang, Ali Zand, Kettering University Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry
Jonathan Wenzel, Kettering University Department of Chemical Engineering
Michelle Ammerman, Cheryl Samaniego, Kettering University Department of Applied Biology

Reactions in Supercritical Fluids: Producing Biodiesel and Partial Oxidation of Benzene
Endel Maricq, Jonathan Wenzel, Kettering University Department of Chemical Engineering
Jason Davis, Junjie Bai, Kettering University Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry

Teaching Lean Operations with Experiential Learning
Larry Navarre, Kettering University Department of Business

Side-Impact Testing for Child Seats
Janet Brelin-Fornari, Sheryl Janca, Craig Price, Kettering University Department of Mechanical Engineering

Rapid Performance of a Generalized Distance Calculation
David Foster, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Solving Partial Differential Equations Using Difference Equations
David Foster, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Massively Parallel Edge Detection
David Foster, Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Stochastic Modeling in Service Industries
Srinivas R. Chakravarthy, Kettering University Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

IEEE Student Branch at Kettering University
Lance Byers, Denis Huskic, Akeem Sulaimon, Arjun Namineni, Roy Cash, Huseyin Hiziroglu (Faculty Advisor), Kettering University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

US Ignite, Software Defined Programming, and the Next-Generation Internet
John Geske, Kettering University Department of Computer Science

Using Soybean Derived Glycerol as an Energy Boosting Additive in Anaerobic Digestion
Steven Nartker, Kettering University Department of Chemical Engineering
Michelle Ammerman, Denis Volobuev, Kettering University Department of Applied Biology
La'Shyla Nelson, Kettering University Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry

Application of A* Algorithm for Path Finding In Platform Games
Nolan Carnahan and Saroja Kanchi, Kettering University Department of Computer Science

Kettering's Service Saturdays: Community Vitality Embodied by Students
Jack Stock, Kettering University External Relations

Kettering University Ergonomics Laboratory
Justin G. Young and Terri Lynch-Caris, Kettering University Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

Thermodynamics of Ionic Water Clusters
Chris Olson, Nick Alfonsi and L. Hernandez de la Pena, Kettering University Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry

Analysis of Siloxanes in Hydrocarbon Mixtures Using Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography
Stacy Seeley, Kettering University Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry
Steven Nartker, Kettering University Department of Chemical Engineering
Abhijit Ghosh, John V. Seeley, Oakland University Department of Chemistry

Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Grafted Polymer Surfaces for Biomedical Applications
S. Farhat, M. Gilliam, M. Magyar, B. Peterson, G. Garner, Kettering University Department of Chemical Engineering
A. Zand, Kettering University Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry
C. Samaniego, Kettering University Department of Applied Biology

Cost Characterizations of Late Customization Strategy with Supply Chain Uncertainties|
Thomas Ngniatedema, Kettering University Department of Business

Business 2.0
Karen Cayo, Kettering University Department of Business


Written By Patrick Hayes | Contact: Patrick Hayes - phayes@kettering.edu - (810) 762-9639