Johnson & Johnson’s Fifth Annual Engineering Showcase was held at the company’s world headquarters Feb. 22 in New Brunswick, N.J., where more than 70 research posters were presented to hundreds of attendees. Graduate and undergraduate engineering students from NJIT, Drexel University, Rutgers University and Stevens Institute of technology presented, as well as J&J engineers from Consumer Products, Medical Device, Pharmaceuticals and Enterprise Sectors from around the world.
Nine NJIT students presented their posters at the showcase, including Sara Mustafa, Indiana Suriel, Victoria Harbour, Deena Khandakar, Benjamin Coghlan, Mehnaz Mursalat, John Vito, Siliang Wu and Yunghao Tsou. Harbour, a chemical engineering major whose adviser is Sagnik Basuray, assistant professor of chemical, biological and pharmaceutical engineering, was one of three finalists in the undergraduate posters category. Balraj Subra Mani, university lecturer in mechanical and industrial engineering, and Edwin Hou, associate dean for academic affairs in electrical and computer engineering, also attended the showcase.