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  • 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

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    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.

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    Coursera class, open to teachers worldwide, shares perspectives on creating accessible coursework in a time of remote learning.

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    Competition concluded a year of Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures programming that aimed to support female innovators and inventors.

  • In collaboration with the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) program is now offering a Master of Science in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene degree program.

  • While working at a small telecommunications company and traveling to remote areas, Jennifer Glock, a recent Systems Engineering (SE) graduate, noticed the lack of telecommunications infrastructures and how difficult it was for some communities to access a cell phone signal. She knew that lack of reliable communication to the outside world could leave residents in…

  • To enable successful remote teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) program has created the Hopkins Live Studios on the Homewood Campus and the MP4 studios at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). At APL, the partnership rooms in the MP4 building have been converted into live…

  • More than 900 students are enrolled in Foundations of Healthcare Systems Engineering, a new Coursera class launched this fall by Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) program. The aim of this course is to help healthcare professionals and engineers harness the tools of systems engineering to improve outcomes, value, safety, access, and affordability of healthcare.…

  • Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals’ 2020 Faculty Awards honor 15 outstanding online and part-time instructors for their dedication in the classroom this past year. Although the 2020 spring faculty meeting was cancelled in response to the novel coronavirus, we nonetheless celebrate all of our award recipients! Instructors in the online and part-time programs at Johns Hopkins Engineering…

  • In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) program has created 34 portable, state-of-the-art teaching studios designed to bring an “in-person” feeling to students taking remote live and online classes.