Tag: Systems Engineering

Moon Rocks & UFO’s: Ask an Engineer

Filed in Engineer's Corner, Our Faculty by on February 17, 2020 0 Comments
Moon Rocks & UFO’s: Ask an Engineer

Last week, one of our Systems Engineering experts (and his pupper pal, Logan) took over Reddit with his very own “AMA,” or Ask Me Anything…and we do mean anything. There are currently over 100 comments on his thread, and counting! Dr. Don Gelosh has worked at the Pentagon and for the Space Shuttle Program, so questions […]

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New Systems Thinking Paper from WPI’s Monat & Gannon

Filed in Our Faculty by on September 19, 2018 2 Comments
New Systems Thinking Paper from WPI’s Monat & Gannon

This just in: The latest paper by WPI professors Jamie Monat, PhD, and Thomas Gannon, PhD, is now available for download! Systems, an international peer-reviewed journal on systems engineering, has published Monat and Gannon’s “Applying Systems Thinking to Engineering and Design.” Here’s the abstract from the journal: The application of Systems Thinking principles to Systems Engineering is […]

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Home Sweet (Smart) Home

Filed in Infographics, Internet of Things, Systems Engineering by on November 30, 2017 1 Comment
Home Sweet (Smart) Home

What would life be like in a smart house?  You may be familiar with smart phones and TV’s, but the Internet of Things has so much more in store. To find out what lies ahead, we’ve envisioned one full day inside a “smart home”: a house equipped with every smart technology that our IoT expert and Systems Engineering program director, […]

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Engineer’s Corner: Systems Engineering & Motorcycle Safety

Engineer’s Corner: Systems Engineering & Motorcycle Safety

by Don S. Gelosh, PhD, CSEP-Acq Motorcycling season is in full swing here in Virginia: one of the reasons I enjoy living in the Commonwealth. Sunny mornings, warm afternoons, and lots of twisty roads with a thousand smells of freedom. Anyone who has ridden a motorcycle understands what I am saying. Earlier this summer, as […]

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