• IGNITE in STEM: Texas Instruments Meet and Greet

    Harris Corporation Engineering Center: 101

    Come learn how you can prepare for your career and IGNITE (Impact, Grow, Network, Innovate, Translate and Educate) in STEM through a series of interactive, engaging and mind stimulating discussion facilitated by Texas Instruments. Refreshments will be served to the first 60 registered students who sign-in before the event. Seating is limited. REGISTER NOW!

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  • MAE Seminar Series: Working on an Interdisciplinary Team

    ENG II: Room 103

    Join the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering for the next seminar, featuring Florian Jentsch, the chair of the psychology department. His talk will focus on the lessons learned from working on an interdisciplinary team. All graduate students and faculty are welcome to attend.

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  • MAE Seminar Series: Engineering-Informed Machine Learning for Shape Distortion Control in Additive Manufacturing

    ENG II: Room 103

    Join the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering for this week's seminar featuring Qiang Huang from the University of Southern California. His talk is "Engineering-Informed Machine Learning for Shape Distortion Control in Additive Manufacturing." All UCF graduate students and faculty are welcome to attend.

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  • Brazil Study Abroad Info Session (Recurring Event)

    ENG I: 288

    Broaden your education and your perspective with EAS 3955H: Contemporary Projects in Aerospace Manufacturing. In this class, you'll experience engineering on a global level through a 10-day trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 7-17, 2019. Students will participate in presentations and field excursions that will enhance their understanding of aerospace manufacturing in Sao Paulo. Past trips have included visits to ...

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  • MAE Seminar Series

    ENG II: Room 103

    Join the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering for the fall MAE Seminar Series! This week's speaker is David M. Pierce of the University of Connecticut. He will discuss "Virtual Cartilage: Toward Translational Applications." This even is free and open to all UCF graduate students and faculty.

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