There’s method to my madness. The University of Maryland had their annual Alumni Cup Competition. Each engineering department is given one week to complete a design challenge. This year’s theme was “How many engineers does it take to screw in a lightbulb?” The chemical engineers wore lab coats and goggles. […]
Nature produces some pretty impressive things all on its own. This image of deltas in Atchafalaya Bay is stunning in its colors and what it symbolizes. Here’s the backstory on this vibrant wetland from NASA/Earth Observatory: The delta plain of the Mississippi River is disappearing. The lobe-shaped arc of coastal land from the Chandeleur Islands in […]
“So what is it that you do?” I get asked this question all the time… even from grad school friends who have known me for years. Take a look at the doodles currently on my walls. Who said math can’t be colorful AND fun? Nerd alert: For those of you are curious, the symbols in […]
… the Walrus said, “To talk of many things:” It’s a quote from a Lewis Carroll poem that keeps bouncing around my head as we gear up for this podcast. We’ve been working on the website, editing the audio and talking to some really interesting ladies and I’ve just been itching to actually have something to share. […]
For our very first podcast, Lindsay and I sit down to discuss drones and the future of unmanned systems. Door-to-door burrito delivery, please! Have a listen and let us know what you think in the comments. P.S. The pictured aircraft is of a DJI Phantom. Pretty nifty, n’est-ce pas?