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The Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at NC State University is using cutting-edge research to tackle major challenges in our society. The key strength of the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering is the ability of its faculty to work together across disciplinary lines to address challenges such as energy, healthcare and security. NC State University is the only university in the United States with two National Science Foundation Engineering Research Centers, and a new DOE Advanced Manufacturing Institute on wide band gap materials and devices. http://www.ece.ncsu.edu
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University is focusing on the integration of research, education and job creation. Their unique facilities offer students opportunities to implement their skills in real world situations and environments as well as offering programs and spaces which encourage students to actually start their own companies.
The Coastal Studies Institute (CSI) recently hosted a lecture on shoreline erosion control strategies as part of its “Science on the Sound” lecture series. This series, held monthly, highlights information on coastal topics and issues in northeast North Carolina. This month, the program featured Dr. Rachel Gittman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at East Carolina University (ECU). Dr. Gittman’s presentation, entitled “Are We Engineering Away Our Natural Defenses Along North Carolina’s Coast?”, highlighted a variety of erosion control strategies, both natural and engineered, and the benefits each bring to coastal systems. The demand for coastal defense strategies against storms has increased with population growth and development along coastlines. Shoreline hardenin...
Find out more about this course and other offerings from NCSSM Distance Education and Extended Programs here: http://www.ncssm.edu/for-educators/nc-public-schools or here: https://www.ncssm.edu/online-program/academics/courses NCSSM, a publicly funded high school in North Carolina, provides exciting, high-level STEM learning opportunities. If you appreciate this video, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the NCSSM Foundation. Thank you! https://www.ncssm.edu/donate Please attribute this work as being created by the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. This work is licensed under creative commons CC-BY-NC-SA http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
Students in the engineering program at UNC Charlotte talk about the curriculum and their experience here on campus.
This video shows the new materials study performed by North Carolina State University.
Civil, environmental and construction engineers are the vanguard to ensuring our nation's infrastructure is sound. Presentation created by CCEE Department Head Dr. Barlaz at North Carolina State University to highlight the significance, impact and value that civil, engineering and environmental engineers bring to our lives. https://www.ccee.ncsu.edu/
“From my perspective, the demand has never been greater,” Dean Louis Martin-Vega of NC State University’s College of Engineering says in the accompanying video. Martin-Vega describes how 400 companies now come to the College’s Career Fair twice a year – some of them represented by alumni who’ve been told: “Go back and find more of you.”
Computer engineering evolved from electrical engineering and computer science, marrying the two to develop computer systems. The focus is not on just how computer systems are engineered or built but how they can be applied to address societal needs.
In the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at NC State, you’ll have the chance to work with world-class researchers who are recognized for their intellectual strengths and innovative approaches to solving technical problems in areas that are shaping our world.
What is Biological Engineering? What is it like to be a Biological & Agricultural Engineering (BAE) student at NC State? What can I do with a BAE degree? What do Machine Systems, Bioprocessing and Environmental Engineering have in common? Current students and faculty answer these questions and talk about our undergraduate degrees, our career placement program and our commitment to creating technology for a sustainable future.
NC State University's manufacturing and automation program is working with Baxter on automation solutions for local industry. "Our mission is to supply the best engineers to North Carolina industry." -Jason Low, NC State lecturer and automation lab manager at the school's Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering To see how others are using Baxter in labs and classrooms, visit our research applications page at http://ow.ly/Sl5wz
http://www.ncsu.edu NC State’s first-year engineering class includes the highest percentage of female students in university history – nearly 25 percent. Programs like the WISE Living and Learning Community and the Society of Women Engineers create a support structure for female students to thrive in a normally male-dominated field. For more on how NC State supports female future engineers, visit http://news.ncsu.edu/2014/11/women-in-engineering/.
https://www.ncsu.edu/ NC State was founded to solve problems and serve the community. North Carolinians already know that. It’s part of why, in 2016, they passed the Connect NC Bond, which secures $160 million for engineering and agriculture projects on NC State’s campus. It’s why they share our research successes — battling Zika, cracking CRISPR, decoding genetics — far and wide. It’s why they root for the red and white on the field and the court, at the speedway or in a swimming pool in Rio. It’s why they’re joining our $1.6 billion campaign to Think and Do the Extraordinary. Learn much, much more about our extraordinary 2016 at https://news.ncsu.edu/series/extraordinary-2016/