The roots of Bryant Tong's final Systems Engineering program project lie on a 30-mile stretch of I-495, where the modeling and simulation analyst spent many hours each morning and evening for four years, commuting between his home in Silver Spring, Maryland, and a former position in Chantilly, Virginia.
Students in Engineering for Professional's Systems Engineering (SE) program now have free access to the Cameo Enterprise Architecture/MagicDraw tools for all their SE courses and Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) electives.
Johns Hopkins Engineering Advances: Professional engineering program news.
A new partnership between JHU's Engineering for Professionals and a Japanese consulting firm, innovative DESIGN, is providing engineering education to Japanese car manufacturers.
The United States has one of the lowest voter-turnout rates of any of the world's developed countries. Only about 56 percent of Americans of legal age to vote cast ballots in the 2016 presidential election. Compare this to South Korea and the Netherlands, where 77.9 percent and 77.3 percent of the voting age population turned up polls in 2017, and the contrast is alarming.
In a 2015 brief, Tony Davis, the director of Science and Technology within Special Operations Command, reiterated that the SOCOM S&T vision is to
Discover, enable and transition technologies to provide an asymmetric advantage for special operations forces.
On top of the S&T vision, Davis noted human performance as a particular need.
For athletes in certain sports, access to real, practical training can very much depend on the season. Take beach volleyball, for example. Or alpine racing. For the first, you'll need summer. For the second, typically winter is best.
We can all agree that growing our own fruits and vegetables is a great way to save money and maintain a healthy diet. So why isn't gardening more popular?
On September 12, 2008, a Metrolink commuter train and a freight train collided in Los Angeles, California, killing twenty-five people and injuring many more. A month later, President George W. Bush singed into law the Rail Safety Improvement Act of 2008.