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State of Michigan
Kalamazoo-area native honored with Partners in Conservation Award for ...
The Department of Natural Resources presented John Woollam with a Partners in Conservation Award at the Natural Resources Commission meeting Thursday, June 13, in Lansing.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Contra Costa Times
Herbie Hancock on technology and music
The first time I heard Herbie Hancock interviewed on the radio -- this was more than 40 years ago -- he waxed about James Brown's funk and Karlheinz Stockhausen's electronic music.
State plans to invest up to $1 million to transform former Eaton site
Wisconsin's economic planning agency is drawing up plans to invest up to $1 million in Eaton Corp.'s former engineering building, in a once-industrial section of Milwaukee's central city, to create a business incubator for new electrical engineering and energy research entrepreneurs.
We've had good feedback on David Manners article considering the future of process technology , which is always nice to hear.
EQUATE & Dow sponsor process automation lab at Kuwait University's...
EQUATE & Dow sponsor process automation lab at Kuwait University's engineering college The 1st of its kind at Middle East universities EQUATE Petrochemical Company and The Dow Chemical Company sponsored the founding and establishing of "EQUATE Process Automation Lab" at the Electrical Engineering Department of Kuwait University's College of ... (more)
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Use both mechanical and electrical engineering skills / knowledge to maintain and enhance the performance of plant and equipment.
Design And Reuse
The Future Of Process Is Wide Open
The options for the future of process technology are still wide open with three choices: finfet on bulk, finfet on SOI and planar FD-SOI, says Asen Asenov, Professor of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at Glasgow University and CEO of Gold Standard Simulations, the leading CMOS statistical variability company.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
North Olmsted resident studying in China enjoying his experience
North Olmsted resident Zachary Imm, pictured here on the Great Wall of China has been studying in the country since late February.
Scientists At A*STAR's Genome Institute Of Singapore Unify, Optimise...
Scientists at A*STAR's Genome Institute of Singapore have developed a revolutionary method to quickly cut through noise and generate a unified and simplified analysis of high-throughput biological data from, for example, patient samples.
Emirates News Agency
Siemens signs substation deal with SEWA to boost power reliability, efficiency in Sharjah
WAM SHARJAH, June 16th, 2013 -- Siemens, a global presence in electronics and electrical engineering operating in the energy, infrastructure, industry and healthcare sectors, has been awarded a turnkey contract from Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority to supply three high-voltage substations to the emirate.
Pensacola News Journal
Five years later: Where the 2008 valedictorians are now
The News Journal caught up with several of the local 2008 valedictorians to see what they have been up to since high school.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
3 charged with hacking professors' grade books
On paper, Roy Chaoran Sun was a remarkable student who earned straight A's in at least 10 engineering courses at Purdue University here - eventually graduating with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in May 2010.
Dennis Freeman is next DUE, succeeds Hastings
Dennis Freeman PhD '86, Professor of Electrical Engineering and the Course 6 undergraduate officer, has been appointed MIT's next Dean for Undergraduate Education , Chancellor Eric Grimson PhD '80 wrote in an email to the MIT community last Thursday.
Improving Machine Processes & Plant Automation
A 2010 report by the Automation Technologies Council -- now the Association for Advancing Automation -- projected brisk continued growth in the automation of materials handling operations, particularly in consumer goods manufacturing.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Breker Verification Systems' CEO Adnan Hamid Named Top Embedded...
Hamid, who is featured in the June issue, has made it his mission to remove functional verification as the bottleneck for technological innovation.
WSU postpones academic expansion in Everett
Washington State University has decided to put off plans to expand its course offerings in Everett until fall 2014 because of legislative inaction, the university announced this week.
The Bothell Reporter
Bothell residents make dean's list at University of Portland
The following students from the Bothell area were recently listed on the 2013 spring semester dean's list at University of Portland: Conor Livingston, freshman, nursing; Elise Willey, sophomore, french studies; Emma Smith, sophomore, nursing; Grace Christensen, sophomore, psychology; Jordan Cothran, freshman, electrical engineering; Lauren Kulesa, ... (more)