Posts tagged with: "College of Engineering & Computing"

Happy Holidays from President Rosenberg

Happy Holidays from President Rosenberg

On Friday, Dec. 30, 2016, President Mark B. Rosenberg delivered this message to the FIU community: This holiday season gives us […]

U.S. Dept. of Transportation awards FIU millions to help build safer bridges

U.S. Dept. of Transportation awards FIU millions to help build safer bridges

The U.S. Department of Transportation is advancing the FIU Bridge Engineering Program’s efforts to make the country’s aging bridges safer. […]

FIU in D.C. debuts innovative bridge, high-rise design classes for professionals

FIU in D.C. debuts innovative bridge, high-rise design classes for professionals

For the first time last week, FIU in D.C. offered classes for engineering professionals and graduate students from around the country. “Design […]

New device could save glaucoma patients’ eyesight

New device could save glaucoma patients’ eyesight

People with high-risk glaucoma will be able to monitor their disease, anywhere, anytime, thanks to a new device developed by […]

DeNovo Biodevice

Researchers learn how to take an idea from lab to market

Sharan Ramaswamy designed a device that mimics human circulation in which cells and tissues can be grown. The technology enables […]

Black Friday/Cyber Monday experts list

Black Friday/Cyber Monday experts list

FIU’s College of Business and College of Engineering & Computing have a wide array of experts on retail sales, marketing, […]

When art and engineering collide

When art and engineering collide

    By Yanina Onyewenjo Walking through shreds of colorful paper growing on trees like fungi, you look around, and […]

My internship working on missile systems

My internship working on missile systems

Name: David Vallejo Major: Electrical Engineering Hometown: Miami, Florida Where you interned: Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Arizona How did […]

The art of faculty mentoring: Student-professor relationships benefit both parties

The art of faculty mentoring: Student-professor relationships benefit both parties

As an undergraduate, Shonda Witherspoon ’16 co-published an article in a scientific journal. Her identical twin Shalisha ’16 led the […]

Once on the receiving end, students now make a difference for local youngsters

Once on the receiving end, students now make a difference for local youngsters

Coming full circle Aaron Armbrister knows the challenges that children in underserved communities face. For many years, he was one […]

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5 ways to add tech skills to a resume

5 ways to add tech skills to a resume

It’s no secret that in today’s digital age, technical professionals are in high demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects […]

NSF grant to increase computer science graduates in Florida

NSF grant to increase computer science graduates in Florida

As part of a grant from the National Science Foundation, FIU and two other Florida universities will receive $1 million each […]

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My internship at Lockheed Martin

My internship at Lockheed Martin

Name: Jorge Cisternas Major: Undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering Hometown: Santiago, Chile Where you interned: Lockheed Martin Orlando. I got to […]

Wall of Wind researcher competes in largest ironman triathlon

Wall of Wind researcher competes in largest ironman triathlon

Some of Roy Liu-Marques’s friends call him crazy. He wears that with a badge of honor. He says you have to be […]

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Engineering students compete in FCA US Design Challenge.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles takes students for a test drive

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA US) recently visited the College of Engineering and Computing to get to know students and host […]