Posts tagged with: "College of Engineering and Computing"

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 […]

Panelists left to right: Jean Morrow, Derek McGowan, Lisa McGill, Ke-ana Durham, Donnie Hale

Public-private partnerships produce student success

FIU in DC update: As winter comes to end and beautiful cherry blossoms bloom, FIU held an educational panel on the importance of public-private […]

Educating a generation of cyber warriors

Educating a generation of cyber warriors

Leaping wizards: Graduate student Rene Balbuena, left, and senior Andrew Sanzetenea are studying computer science in pursuit of jobs that will put them […]

February 2018 in photos: Swimming, SOBEWFF® and Uproar

February 2018 in photos: Swimming, SOBEWFF® and Uproar

By Joel Delgado ’12, MS ’17 That’s it? Just like that, the shortest month of the year has come to a […]

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Dr. Chenzhong Li

5 questions with biomedical engineer and new program director for NSF

Chenzhong Li, a Worlds Ahead distinguished professor in biomedical engineering and director of FIU’s Nanobioengineering/Biolectronics Lab, was tapped by the […]

Mango Hacks Co-Director Angelo Saraceno (in red) and team sweat the details for the 36-hour event.

MangoHacks: Building code for fun can lead to students landing jobs

From improving your rehab to rehabbing your nightlife – these are just some of the problems that about 550 students […]

FIU leaders advocate for higher education funding

FIU leaders advocate for higher education funding

As the Trump Administration released its federal budget proposal and the Higher Education Act is considered, FIU students and leaders […]

Researchers take fight against cervical cancer abroad

Researchers take fight against cervical cancer abroad

An engineer in the College of Engineering & Computing has pioneered an easy-to-use imaging system for the diagnosis of cervical cancer, […]

Got my first job! Working for Google

Got my first job! Working for Google

Name: Krista Shuckerow Degree Earned: B.S in statistics, second major – economics; minor in computer science Hometown: Harmony, Rhode Island What is your job […]