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University of Rhode Island computer engineering Professor Qing Yang's patented software resulted in a high-tech startup company, a new product and new jobs. Read more at http://www.egr.uri.edu/velobit Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/CBzI/
Watch this great video overview of why Voting Yes On 4 for a new URI College of Engineering facility is so critical to creating good jobs and providing Rhode Island employers with the steady stream of talented engineers they need to succeed.
https://www.paypal.me/JHUTCHISON612 FAMOUS INVENTOR ANTOINE GAZDA MANY GREAT INVENTIONS SOME ODDLY ON EBAY YET ALSO HE DEVELOPED THE 20 MM OERLIKON AUTOCANNON IN RHODE ISLAND PROVDENCE 100 FOUNTAIN STREET HI HOME WAS IN WAKEFELD RHODE ISLAND I PERSONALY got to see the Vienna house named gazda within this house was themachine shop and lots of parts dr peter kokoshinegg wanted to move the shop to his home n hendorf und wallersee where in part i was living i also got to see teslas old stomping grounds in Graz city Austria i have some videos and pictures antoine gazda would have met tesla so iam told survived by 4 great grand children https://www.gofundme.com/help-needed-videos-and-documents https://www.gofundme.com/hutchison-effect-energy https://www.gofundme.com/hutchison-effect-...
Matthew S. Kressy, director of the Integrated Design & Management (IDM) master's degree track offered by MIT’s Systems Design and Management program, is an expert in product design and development. His extensive experience includes globally distributed, interdisciplinary, design-driven product development, from deep user research and concept generation to prototype iteration, risk reduction, and volume manufacturing. An entrepreneur and founder of Designturn, he has designed, invented, engineered, and manufactured more than 100 products for Fortune 500 clients and others, including Kronos, Massachusetts General Hospital, APC, the US Army and Teradyne Corporation. Kressy's experience in academia includes co-teaching SDM's Product Design and Development courses (15.783 and ESD.40) at MIT si...
Johnson & Wales University is among the Rhode Island schools where engineering is heading the state into the future. The university's new $42-million Center for Science and Innovation opens this summer. @projo video by @GWayneMiller By: G. Wayne Miller - www.gwaynemiller.com Published on: August 13, 2016 Source: http://www.tout.com/m/l4stfe
We’re proud of the 103 engineering seniors, 10 faculty and 2 engineering professionals who joined The Order of The Engineer at the first induction ceremony in Rhode Island. The national professional organization seeks to foster a spirit of pride and responsibility in engineers. Members receive a ring worn on the small finger of the working hand to symbolize their commitment to the engineering profession. For more information visit: egr.uri.edu/ring/
At an after-school STEM club in Rhode Island, students are working on an engineering challenge -- because they want to be. The low-stakes, fun environment offers time for exploration when resources or hands-on activities may be in short supply during school hours, and can help sustain interest as classes get harder. Special correspondent Lisa Stark of Education Week reports.
Think Big. It's what we do every day at URI. And it's what you'll do, too, when you decide to join us. At URI, you'll get the friendly, intimate feel of a much smaller school, with the cutting-edge experiences and research you'd expect at a much larger university. Whatever your big ideas, at URI you'll find some of today's leading innovators, discoverers and creative problem solvers to inspire you.
Like www.facebook.com.staywithitengineering for engineering inspiration. Kipp Bradford, technology consultant, maker, and entrepreneur, talks about how engineering is a bridge between society and science. Engineering is about how to change the world around you so that you can live a better life!
The University of Rhode Island's International Engineering Program provides students the opportunity to combine engineering and language skills, and prepares them for careers in a global world. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/CCAz/
Dr. Shawki is the Chair of the "Presidential Specialized Council for Education and Scientific Research." Prior to that, he served as the Director of UNESCO's Regional Bureau for Science in Arab States as the Chief of the Section for "ICTs in Education, Science and Culture" within the "Information Society Division" in UNESCO. Dr. Shawki managed UNESCO's file on public-private partnerships with the IT private sector. In addition, Dr. Shawki is the architect behind the emerging [UNESCO framework for ICT Competencies of Teachers] besides being directly responsible for a number of national, regional and global UNESCO projects in the fields of ICTs, Education, Science and Culture. His leadership is considered paramount to the Arab region in modernizing university education in basic and engineeri...
The Department of Ocean and Resources Engineering at the University of Hawaii - Manoa is known nationally and internationally for the quality of research produced and the educational opportunities offered. The Department offers graduate degrees in three disciplines: coastal engineering, offshore engineering, and ocean resources engineering. Our students come from diverse cultural and academic backgrounds with the common objective to apply their prior education and work experience to ocean-related engineering careers. Learn more at www.ore.hawaii.edu
Pascoag, Rhode Island 1:00pm 04/15/17. By 4:45pm the sky was nothing but a white haze.
Brown Space Engineering launches a high altitude balloon to image the curvature of the Earth from the upper stratosphere! For more information on the cool things we do: brownspace.org https://www.facebook.com/browncubesat/ https://twitter.com/browncubesat/timelines/735518195776421888?lang=en
http://GeoengineeringWatch.org TO READ OR POST COMMENTS ON THIS VIDEO, PLEASE GO DIRECTLY TO THE ARTICLE http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/anti-geoengineering-legislation-effort-in-rhode-island-continues/ Rhode Island State representatives are showing a level of morality and courage that has so far been lacking from all other states. Representatives of the state, Karen MacBeth and Justin Price, are still pushing forward with their efforts to expose and ban the ongoing climate engineering programs that are decimating the biosphere and human health. GeoengineeringWatch.org has been supplying informational materials to the Rhode Island committee members and will continue to do so. In this 16 minute video the Rhode Island legislative committee is addressed by Tom Loiselle, a very dedicated ci...
The School of Electrical, Computer & Telecommunications Engineering (SECTE) at the University of Wollongong (UOW) is proud to showcase student work from its project subjects. The Innovation Fair was held in November 2013 and shows the creativity and skill of students from the Electrical, Computer, Telecommunications and Mechatronics disciplines. What can engineers make? The answer is anything that they desire! Consider a degree in Engineering!!!! Check out our channel for more videos.
buildingEXODUS V4.0 simulation of the Rhode Island nightclub fire. The fire conditions are predicted using SMARTFIRE V4.1. The simulation predicts evacuation through available doors and windows. A number of people perish in this simulation due to the rapidly developing fire. The colour coding of the people indicates the response time band for the occupants. The people coloured red reacted most rapidly, they are on the dance floor. The colour of the floor is an indication of the smoke concentration at head height. The darker the colour, the thicker the smoke at head height. Finally, the body markings on the floor represents where we predict a fatality occured - The animation was generated in 2008