Tag Archives: engineering

Bringing Cutting-Edge Technology to the World of Sports

Engineers and computing professionals are developing technologies that can provide athletes with keen insight into their athletic performance. These technologies are making it possible for fitness enthusiasts and athletes alike to train smarter, perform better, and play safer than ever before.Read More

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Explore your Career Interests Online!

Considering a major in engineering, computing, or technology but not sure where to start? A world of information is right at your fingertips — online!

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Playing the Game—But First, Making It

Video games today are a far cry from where they began, but from Pong to the latest motion capture and 3-D graphics technology, engineers have been the backbone of this exciting and entertaining industry. Read More

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2012 IEEE Green Technologies Conference

Because of increasing concerns about fossil fuel costs, supplies and emissions, scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs are more closely examining the commercial viability of renewable energy sources.

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Better Living through Green Technology

What will the houses of the future look like? If the Earth gets a say in it, they’ll look a lot like what engineers are working on today—sustainably built, sometimes self-reliant ecosystems that make the smallest environmental impact possible. Read More

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Green Engineering

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Join Camps and Competitions!

One of the best ways to explore a career in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics is to get involved!

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Engineering the Answer

It’s a dark and stormy night. Red and blue revolving lights reflect off the wet brick and highlight the steam rising out of a sewer grate. As the camera pans down we see a sea of police cars and an area cordoned off with yellow police tape. Crime scene investigators snap pictures of every surface, collect samples of blood, paint, and other trace evidence, dust for fingerprints, and bag objects that might be relevant to the investigation. Read More

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TIPS AND ADVICE

Explore Wearables with Hands-On Kits and Camps

Want to try making your own wearable device? There are kits that can help you build or program your own wearable. Or, if you want a more immersive experience, check out a tech camp or workshop to give wearable design a try.

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IEEE SPOTLIGHT

Sharing and Securing Wearable Tech

The IEEE and its members have been at the forefront of wearable technology, working to share advancements and research, highlight security concerns, and develop standards for wearable development, communication, and security.

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