Posts tagged with: "College of Engineering & Computing"

Speedy, offsite construction could save nation’s ailing bridges

Speedy, offsite construction could save nation’s ailing bridges

America’s bridges are aging and in dire need of repair or replacement. Most U.S. bridges were built for a 50-year […]

FIU to collaborate on health breakthroughs through NSF Engineering Research Centers

FIU to collaborate on health breakthroughs through NSF Engineering Research Centers

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has invested nearly $80 million total to create four new Engineering Research Centers (ERCs) to […]

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Building robots to protect the planet

Building robots to protect the planet

Video by Doug Garland ’10 For decades, the United States has faced the world’s largest and costliest environmental cleanup project: […]

First-of-its-kind master’s in enterprise logistics to prepare students for the workforce

First-of-its-kind master’s in enterprise logistics to prepare students for the workforce

As the gateway to Latin America, South Florida is a hub for logistics and home to many companies looking to […]

Building better bridges: An FIU professor is leading the nation’s efforts to make infrastructure safer

Building better bridges: An FIU professor is leading the nation’s efforts to make infrastructure safer

FIU has designated five university programs as “preeminent,” a recognition of high-caliber, collaborative work that generates unique learning opportunities, pioneering […]

FIU to offer first Internet of Things degree in U.S.

FIU to offer first Internet of Things degree in U.S.

Smart watches, smart phones, many home security systems and autonomous vehicles: The Internet allows them to communicate with each other […]

Hand cycling program provides exercise for students with disabilities

Hand cycling program provides exercise for students with disabilities

Once a week, a gazebo nestled among Tamiami Park’s ubiquitous baseball fields becomes a garage for recreational therapy students and […]

FIU at eMerge: Startups, biomedical breakthroughs and ecological research

FIU at eMerge: Startups, biomedical breakthroughs and ecological research

At this year’s eMerge Americas conference, FIU is showcasing new companies associated with StartUP FIU, in addition to scientific breakthroughs […]

Your summer reading list, as written by FIU faculty

Your summer reading list, as written by FIU faculty

Looking for a bit of light reading this summer? Need some advice on homeschooling your child? Or maybe you’re ready […]

The next generation of personalized cancer treatment

The next generation of personalized cancer treatment

Cancer, in most cases, is still treated the same way as it was a few decades ago – with surgery, […]

Alastair Paragas

My Internship with CERN

Name: Alastair Paragas Major: Computer Science (College of Engineering and Computing and Honors College) Hometown: Originally from Manila, Philippines; currently living […]

Join FIU in thanking the Florida Legislature

Join FIU in thanking the Florida Legislature

On Tuesday, May 9, President Mark B. Rosenberg delivered the following message to the FIU community: On Monday, the 2017 […]

Chad Moss makes largest donation to FIU by an alumnus

Chad Moss makes largest donation to FIU by an alumnus

Gift names the Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability Chad Moss, executive vice president of Moss & Associates, announced a […]

John L. Volakis appointed dean of College of Engineering & Computing

John L. Volakis appointed dean of College of Engineering & Computing

John L. Volakis has been appointed dean of FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing. Volakis comes to FIU with a […]

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Hacking your way into the job market

Hacking your way into the job market

By Sandeep Varry Missing out on sleep during weekends is generally not recommended, unless it can land you a dream job. […]