Inspecting a crash, a spill, or a bomb threat on our railways is dangerous work, and can involve putting first responders in harm's way. Thankfully, the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory developed a new solution.
The online graduate programs at Johns Hopkins Engineering maintained high rankings from U.S. News & World Report this year.
In the new report, released January 12, 2016, Johns Hopkins Engineering secured #11 in the overall
Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs rankings, up one spot from last year.
Johns Hopkins Engineering is excited to welcome Java guru Marty Hall back for another series of short courses this spring.
Offered on-site at our campus in Elkridge, Maryland, these non-credit short courses provide fast and immediately practical training for working professionals in the computer science field.
The short courses being offered this spring include:
On November 17, Dr. John Callahan joined us as part of our regular TechTalk series to lead a discussion on
Blockchain: The Part of the Iceberg Beneath Bitcoin.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals just launched a new series of online courses through Coursera, the world’s largest open online education provider.
The five-course series along with its associated capstone project is titled Ruby on Rails Web Development and will be available to anyone with Internet access.
On June 23, featured speaker and Hopkins alumnus Jeffrey Garonzik addressed a crowd of students and faculty at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab to discuss the newest buzzword in software development—DevOps.
On March 31, 2015, Karthik Shyamsunder led the third in the new TechTalk series offered by Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals.
Back by popular demand, Marty Hall's Java-related short course series will run from November 2014 through February. Offered at the Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals building in Elkridge, these non-credit professional training classes are based on some of the most popular courses in the Computer Science program.