Posts tagged with: "College of Engineering and Computing"

Congressman Diaz-Balart with Dr. Georgakopoulos

Launch of Transforming Antennas Center means future jobs in groundbreaking technology

As a child, Nicholas Russo always loved science. In elementary school, his show-and-tell projects consisted of demonstrating electronics kits. It […]

FIU to play key role in India’s energy evolution

FIU to play key role in India’s energy evolution

In developing countries, there is a growing need for electricity and generating it in creative ways. India is addressing this […]

Amanda Cano at the entrance of FCA building

My internship at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Name: Amanda M. Cano Hometown: Cuban-born, Miami-raised What is your major? Mechanical Engineering Where did you intern? Fiat Chrysler Automobiles […]

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5 questions with the dean of engineering

5 questions with the dean of engineering

Born and raised in Greece, John L. Volakis arrived in the United States as a teenager knowing only a few […]

Road to FIU ’22: Jaquan Starling

Road to FIU ’22: Jaquan Starling

Leading up to the start of the fall semester, FIU News will be highlighting standout members of the Class of […]

FIU celebrates Preeminent Programs 

FIU celebrates Preeminent Programs 

It takes a lot of work by a lot of people to keep FIU a top-tier research institution. On a […]

Arash Moshkforoush

Doctoral student combines love of math and engineering to address neurological disorders

Born and raised in Tehran, Iran, Arash Moshkforoush grew up with a passion for a combination of mathematics and understanding […]

Engineering student set on studying most complex system of all – the human body

Engineering student set on studying most complex system of all – the human body

Rossana Zotti always had her eyes set on becoming a doctor, but she changed gears to focus her undergraduate studies […]

May 2018 in photos: Orientation, Roary and a Wall of Wind challenge

May 2018 in photos: Orientation, Roary and a Wall of Wind challenge

There’s no rest for the weary. Panthers never slow down not even in the dog days of summer. Campus has […]

Key West residents battled Hurricane Geroges' 90 mph winds along Houseboat Row in Key West, Fla., during Hurricane Geroges' landing on Friday, Sept. 25, 1998. Photo Credit: AP Photo/Dave Martin

What you need to know about protecting your home in the age of disasters

With recent hurricanes destroying towns, earthquakes tearing cities apart and rising sea levels threatening to inundate regions, people around the […]

Students from Florida Christian School set up their model building in front of FIU's Wall of Wind fans

Wall of Wind Challenge attracts next generation of engineers

Eight students from Coral Park Senior High School huddled together, a question hanging in the air: Would the model building […]

Graduate fellows inspire each other and the community

Graduate fellows inspire each other and the community

Coffee, school, lab, repeat. This is just a glimpse of the day in the life of a doctoral student at […]

Spotlight shines on soon-to-be engineers and their senior design projects

Spotlight shines on soon-to-be engineers and their senior design projects

A solar and electric-powered trolley, a transfer system that moves patients from one hospital bed to another, and a virtual […]

Computing students to train in predictive analytics for airline industry

Computing students to train in predictive analytics for airline industry

FIU has partnered with Farelogix – a recognized leader in the travel industry known for groundbreaking technology – to form the new […]

FIU a major presence at eMerge Americas

FIU a major presence at eMerge Americas

FIU came on like gangbusters this week at eMerge Americas, the international tech conference that annually gathers thousands of movers […]