Daniel is currently a Sophomore Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a second major in Computer Science. He co-lead the International Sumo Robot Project, participated in planning the 2014 IEEE Student Activities Conference, and aided the previous chair in establishing an International Partnership with James Cook University in Australia. This past summer, he performed Robotics research for the Computer Science department and interned at the Virtual Reality Lab in the South Jersey Technology Park. This upcoming summer, he has accepted an offer to work with Innovative Defense Technologies. He hopes to enter a career in robotics or AI. Contact him at [email protected].
Matthew is a Junior Electrical and Computer Engineering undergraduate student at Rowan University, currently serving as the Vice Chair for IEEE. He has interned as a systems engineer at both the Federal Aviation Administration in Atlantic City, and at PSEG's Hope Creek Generating Station nuclear power plant, in Lower Alloways Creek. He is also a Resident Assistant in Rowan Boulevard. Within IEEE, Matt has helped organize countless activities, including the SUMO Bot competition he co-led last year, the 2014 SAC, and most notably, the Australian-American International Student Branch Exchange. Contact Matt with any questions here: [email protected].
Elijah Neville is a sophomore Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a Computer Science minor. He enjoys spending his time with his friends and learning as much as he can. Eli lead the T-Shirt competition and the Friday Night Ice Breaker at IEEE Region 2 Students Activities Conference. Contact him at [email protected]
James Ritchie III is a junior in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department, and is pursuing a minor in Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering. James currently works for the Federal Aviation Administration with the Concept Analysis Branch at the William J. Hughes Technical center, and is interesting in pursing a career in Aerospace Engineering. He currently works on a Genetic Algorithm for time shifting flights, and Massive Online Analysis for his machine learning engineering clinic. James has been an E-board member of Rowan?s IEEE since his freshman year, and continues to lend the club his expertise whenever needed.
Jake is currently finishing his freshman year as an Electrical and Computer Engineer with a concentration in the Bantivoglio Honors Program. With a substantial interest in Aeronautical Engineering, Jake is looking to intern this summer with Lockheed Martin, Gulfstream, or the FAA. He is a hardworking and self-motivated student that looks forward to becoming more involved with IEEE and other clubs at Rowan. You can contact him at [email protected].
Nick is a Sophomore Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a Computer Science minor. He has been very involved with IEEE, participating in the sumo robotics competition, engineering olympics, SAC, and now as the webmaster. He enjoys programming both for the web and Android. You can contact him at [email protected].
Raymond is a Freshman Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a minor is Computer Science. He is aspiring to be a Resident Assistant next year and is starting an inventors club with fellow students. He is involved with AIAA and is currently on the blimp team. He hopes to secure an internship with Space-X sometime in the future and plans on perusing a career working on space related projects.
Matt is in his senior year of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rowan University. He has been involved with IEEE since he was a freshman ECE. He has participated in the IEEE Student Activities Conference and the various robotics competitions held by IEEE. He is also a member of the Robotics and Automation Society at Rowan. He enjoys working with robotics and loves to work with both the hardware and programming side of engineering. He is currently trying to get the Amateur Radios up and running for the club to talk to the surrounding area and to the partner school in Australia.
Walter is currently a Junior Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a Computer Science minor. He currently plans the gaming tournaments used to get students interested in IEEE activities. He is also a member of the Robotic Automation Society. Walter loves everything from video games to anime to coding to helping those in need. He hopes to eventually be involved in robotics.
Michael is currently a Sophomore Electrical and Computer Engineer with minors in both Physics and Computer Science. He is the current SGA representative for IEEE along with Stephanie Tan and Breanna Higgins and attends all Student Government meetings as well as the meetings for the Student Affairs Committee. He is a Lifeguard as well as an engineer and is currently interning with the Federal Aviation Administration in Atlantic City as a Electrical Engineer. If you have any ideas or concerns about student affairs feel free to e-mail Michael at [email protected]. He also wants you to have a fantastic day.
Stephanie is a sophomore electrical and computer engineering student. She is one of the SGA representatives for IEEE this year. She enjoys working with robots and hopes to pursue a career involving them. Stephanie's favorite thing to do I'd taking things apart and putting back together. If you have any ideas regarding student affairs you can contact her at [email protected].
Breanna Higgins is currently a freshman majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. She is a SGA representative for Rowan’s IEEE Student Branch. Breanna enjoys entering robotics competitions and utilizing her programming skills. In addition to engineering, Breanna also enjoys drawing and painting. You may contact Breanna at [email protected].