Tag Archives: 'engineering'

Panther Prowl: FIRST Robotics at Florida Tech

Panther Prowl: FIRST Robotics at Florida Tech

I don’t know about you, but my passion for robotics has always been with me ever since I was little when I would help my dad fix electronics around the house. However, I didn’t really get [...]

ASTM Standards and Engineering Digital Library

ASTM Standards and Engineering Digital Library

Now available ONLINE from Evans Library! Access full text of all active ASTM Standards, as well as related material from ASTM journals, symposia papers and STPs, manuals, monographs and data series all from one search box. [...]

Electrical, Computer and Ocean Engineering Professors Earn Patents and Grants

Electrical, Computer and Ocean Engineering Professors Earn Patents and Grants

    Electrical and Computer Engineering Fiber Optics Syed Murshid, professor of electrical and computer engineering at Florida Institute of Technology, was recently awarded a patent for his fiber optics system by the United States Patent [...]

Students Excel at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Students Excel at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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 [...]

A Mechanical Engineer at a Career Fair

A Mechanical Engineer at a Career Fair

One of the greatest things about Florida Tech has been all the opportunities that are within my reach as an undergraduate student. There are no restrictions on what you can strive to accomplish, and that is [...]

Outer-space to inner-space: mechanical and aerospace engineers push the boundaries

Outer-space to inner-space: mechanical and aerospace engineers push the boundaries

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 [...]

Curiosity Lands On Mars!

Curiosity Lands On Mars!

I hope all the prospective students are getting excited about joining the Florida Tech family!  I’m sure our returning students are just as excited to be back and are ready to welcome all the new students [...]

Faculty Spotlight: Marco Carvalho, Computer Sciences

Faculty Spotlight: Marco Carvalho, Computer Sciences

via the Florida Tech Today Years at Florida Tech: Less than one (started in January) Teaches: I will be teaching a class in Cross-Layer Design for Wireless Network this coming fall, an Advanced Networks class as part [...]

Biomedical engineering degrees are in demand

Biomedical engineering degrees are in demand

Forbes recently listed biomedical engineering as the major most worth your tuition, time and effort. The job growth in this industry is  61.7%,  the most of any other major featured on Forbes 15 most valuable college majors.  Florida [...]

Northrop Grumman Engineering and Science Student Design Showcase Wows

Northrop Grumman Engineering and Science Student Design Showcase Wows

The annual Northrop Grumman Engineering and Science Student Design Showcase features the final projects of Florida Tech engineering and science students. It was held this past spring in the Clemente Center for Sports and Recreation and included [...]