Anchal Gupta, a data analytics graduate student at Penn State Great Valley, attended the inaugural Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Summer School, where she presented her master's thesis research to a panel of industry leaders.
Bring your lunch and get ready to relax and learn at the new "Noontime U" series of talks at Penn State at the Navy Yard. The fall series focuses on sustainable living and kicks off at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 18.
Faculty who bring real-world experience and research to the classroom are invaluable to students’ growth and learning. Two such faculty members joined Penn State Great Valley’s management division this semester: Yong O. Kim, assistant teaching professor of finance, and Yuan Shi, assistant professor of accounting.
When Hurricane Sandy hit the eastern seaboard in 2012, entire city skylines went completely black with the curious exception of a few small areas still emitting light, thanks to their use of combined heat and power systems, a key component to microgrids. Jim Freihaut, professor of architectural engineering in the Penn State College of Engineering, sees these microgrids not as exceptions but as the norm of the future.