The field that is concerned with building great things to solve the problems of our society. In India, as high as 80% of 16 to 17 year olds have shown an interest in pursuing engineering. Though, employment is an issue as a majority of students lack industry relevant skills, which is something to focus on if you plan to take up engineering.
Eunkyu Lee, associate professor of marketing and chair of the marketing department at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, explains the marketing profession/discipline.
This animation brings to life the math and engineering behind: the New York Times Square fireworks display, a parachute jump from space and generating renewable energy in Denmark.
We get a glimpse of the equations and calculations involved in determining mass, launch velocity, terminal velocity, drag coefficient, wind resistance and power generation capacity.
In addition to mathematics, it touches on the applications of aerospace engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering and software engineering.
This short educational STEM video is about maths and engineering. It is targeted at high school students – especially those who are looking to study engineering at university.
Witness how Prof. Kavi Arya and his team at the Computer Science Dept. of IIT Bombay teach embedded systems to their students. Called e-Yantra, the pioneering project is MHRD funded and reaching Engg Colleges across India, transforming the way students understand computer science.
Human factors and ergonomics is a multidisciplinary field incorporating contributions from psychology, engineering, biomechanics, mechanobiology, industrial design, physiology and anthropometry. In essence it is the study of designing equipment and devices that fit the human body and its cognitive abilities. The two terms "human factors" and "ergonomics" are essentially synonymous.
Meet synthetic biologist, Christopher Voigt. His research could offer critical new products in human health, agriculture, and chemicals. And ultimately, it could serve “as a mechanism for tackling some of the big problems of the world.”
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Geek stereotypes and a misunderstanding of what engineers really do has contributed to the very real, world-wide shortage of engineers. Engineer Patricia Galloway shares the list of the world's most serious challenges, poses that engineers are the best qualified to fix them, and shares how the media and changing public perception might be good for the engineering profession and even better for the world.
This article is an interview of ‘metro man’ E. Shreedharan. He answers many of the questions regarding engineering in India and helped in analyzing the current scenario of it. He asked all the engineers to take pride in their profession. A passion for profession is required.
This article is a personal experience of an Indian student. It gives answer to the question: why is the majority of fresh graduates in the field seem unemployable?
Various survey reports are also provided in the article.
This article talks about grand challenges in polymer chemistry. It says how advent and the global scale establishment of the polymer technology has shaped the world around us and has profoundly changed its perspectives.
This article talks about the nuclear power technology in India. There is an increase in demand of electricity for the developing India. Thus, nuclear power seems to be the most sustainable energy option. The demand of nuclear engineers is also increasing with such growing economy. Read on this article to know more about the nuclear power engineering.