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Students demonstrated they were near ready for their chosen careers at the 2013 Northrop Grumman Engineering & Science Student Design Showcase April 19, where they showed off more than 100 projects. The Northrop Grumman Champion Award [...]
Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is a key methodology to enable complex systems development, and transitioning to this approach is a required step for industries to optimize their competitiveness. Florida Tech is considered as one of the [...]
Landing $440,000 grants and pushing the boundaries of scientific exploration are all in a day’s work for mechanical and aerospace engineering professors like Dr. Mark Archambault and Dr. Shengyuan Yang. Dr. Mark Archambault, associate professor of [...]
via Florida Tech Today It’s been said that the gifts of time, talent and treasure are the cornerstones of a true culture of philanthropy. A group of alumni and corporate partners recently embodied that tenet [...]
via Florida Tech Today Interactive technology requires users to take more responsibility for their own technological know-how than many other products. For example, “you don’t need to know how a car works to drive it [...]
Pictured: The world’s first fully-contained artificial heart, AbioCor®, from UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School The spring semester has really been treating me well. I’m currently taking 19 credit hours (I know, it’s insane but not earth-shattering!), starting my [...]
So, how did everyone enjoy Discovery Day this past month? I’m actually quite excited about the fact that I get to meet new students who are just like me: same interests, same career goals, same academic [...]