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    Applied and Computational Mathematics Applied and Computational Mathematics (ACM) will launch its new course, Theory of Machine Learning (625.742). This course covers the mathematical underpinnings of popular methods in machine learning. Faculty updates: Beila Leboeuf has been appointed the director of global public policy at Walmart. Cetin Savkli received a multi-year award from the Defense…

  • While conducting research on the resiliency of cyber physical systems (CPSs), Brian Parsons, cyber systems engineering manager with Northrop Grumman, found himself looking for new answers to old questions for his final Systems Engineering program project.

  • This fall, we are making several courses from our full-time engineering program available to you online. Taught by the school’s Homewood faculty, these online, asynchronous courses strike the right balance of research-based learning and practical application for engineers—perfect for professional engineers like you.

  • An analytics associate manager with Accenture Federal Services and father of four residing in Mt. Airy, Maryland, Benjamin Johnson lives a very busy life. So when he decided to pursue a master’s degree in data science, he knew that an online and part-time master’s program was the best way to accomplish his goal of advancing…

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    At only 28 years old, Kenneth Harris II has a very clear goal in mind: to have a positive impact on the next generation. In November of 2020, he was elected to the Prince George’s County Board of Education, serving the Maryland school district in which he grew up. Through the opportunity, he will be…

  • The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the global computing society with nearly 100,000 members from more than 190 countries, has chartered a Baltimore professional chapter led by employees of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland. It will be the only ACM professional chapter in the Baltimore/Washington region, which is home to thousands…

  • Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals’ 2020 Faculty Awards honor 10 outstanding online and part-time instructors for their dedication in the classroom this past year. Instructors in the online and part-time programs at Johns Hopkins Engineering are notable for their skill in incorporating their real-world expertise and experience into their classes, allowing their students to learn from these…

  • Johns Hopkins Engineering’s online graduate degree programs continue to be among the country’s best, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.

  • Like most of us, Frank Kemper often finds himself stuck in traffic jams caused by accidents or other incidents on the road. So for his final Systems Engineering program project, the mechanical engineer for Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) in the Department of Navy, Department of Defense, developed a system to decrease such accidents’ effect on  traffic flow.

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    Engineering for Professionals Welcomes a New Chair to the Information Systems Engineering Program

  • Professor teaches to an online class in one of Hopkins' unique virtual studios.

    Applied Biomedical Engineering Beginning this spring, the ABE program will offer the following new courses: Global Health Engineering (770) Ethics in Biomedical Engineering Research and Management (635) The Applied Biomedical Engineering (ABE) program has launched two additional focus areas as options for prospective students: Biomechanics and NeuroEngineering. The Biomechanics focus area is for students interested…

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    Since Johns Hopkins Engineering launched its Coding Boot Camp in partnership with Trilogy a year ago, 42 students have completed the six-month program aimed at teaching full stack web development skills to working professionals and adult learners.