Curious about the types of problems engineers are solving atGoogle? Join us and three Google Duke alumni to hear about the coolprojects they ve been working on! As always, we ll have plenty ofswag and food, so be sure to RSVP!https://goo.gl/WQ3nBl
This workshop will provide an overview of user experience design. Increasing your understanding of this ever-growing field is essential to working with any digital product, regardless of your role with the technology. Come to gain a broad understanding of the field and learn practical tips on how to create a successful user experience. Topics covered will include usability principles, UX research, information architecture, content strategy, and an introduction to different ways to get involved with the field.
So you have an idea? How will you make it? The way in which we develop and manufacture physical products is changing at an exponential rate. Digital manufacturing and new technologies like 3D printing are no longer the tools of deep-pocketed industrialists. These methodologies are quickly replacing massive machines while at the same time enabling concepts like ultra-rapid prototyping, distributed manufacturing, slim production and personalized, custom products. The systems are at a point where they are economically available to nearly everyone.
**Registration is requested--see link in "Cost" category above.** Energy Industry Fundamentals (EIF) is a series of three primer sessions for students on various facets of the energy industry. Each session will feature presentations from a number of Duke faculty members, who will discuss their research in the context of the greater challenges that the energy industry faces. A variety of disciplines will be represented at each session, from economics and policy to business and technology and more. Session 2 faculty participants: 1. Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative; 2.
PhD Plus is excited to announce a fall lunch and learn workshop to discuss entrepreneurship resources at Duke University as part of our Innovation and Entrepreneurship theme. Invited speaker: Howie Rhee.
Join us as we define the future of technology and engineering. At Northrop Grumman, we ve developed the Future Technical Leaders (FTL) Program - a professional development opportunity aimed at identifying and investing in Northrop Grumman s next generation of technologists, engineers, architects and leaders.Our FTL Program is seeking talented MS and PhD 2013-2014 graduatesinterested in learning more about our exclusive three year rotational programworking side-by-side with senior technical management. It s the chance of alifetime one that only a few receive.
Matthew Clark, PhD, Signal Process Engineer with Northrop Grumman will speak on how to compose and present a resume so that it gets a look from the hiring manager and hopefully into the "yes" stack of resumes!
Rebecca L. Stein is the Nicholas J. & Theresa M. Leonardy Associate Professor of Anthropology at Duke University. She is the author of Itineraries in Conflict: Israelis, Palestinians, and the Political Lives of Tourism (Duke, 2008); and the co-editor of Palestine, Israel, and the Politics of Popular Culture (Duke, 2005) and The Struggle for Sovereignty: Palestine and Israel, 1993-2005 (Stanford, 2006).
Bakul Patel is associate director for digital health, CDRH, Food and Drug Administration. He leads regulatory policy and scientific efforts at the Center with responsibilities for mobile health, health information technology, cyber security, medical devices and medical device software. Program Hosts: Murali Doraiswamy and Geoffrey Ginsburg, Duke Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine and Duke Institute for Health Innovation.
Sponsored by the Center for In Vivo Microscopy. Brain researchers need maps and coordinate systems to navigate the brain and communicate their observations. Most scientists studying relationships between the human brain and neurologic diseases, or animal models of these diseases, use Dr. Paxinos maps, atlases, and concepts of brain organization. One of his >45 books, Paxinos & Watson The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates is the 3rd most-cited book in science.