computer engineering and sciences

Panthers in the Headlines: September 2020

September Florida Tech headlines: F.I.T. Aviation and Brevard Zoo rescue spider monkey, Forbes-featured research, alumni in Nat Geo and more

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Faculty and Staff Share Research, Projects and Insights Related to COVID-19

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, older adults with underlying cardiovascular disease have been experiencing increased disease severity and higher mortality rates from COVID-19.

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Student Finds Privacy Flaws in Connected Security and Doorbell Cameras

Ring, Nest, SimpliSafe and other manufacturers of internet-connected doorbell and security cameras have been alerted to “systemic design flaws” discovered by a Florida Tech computer science student.

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Quantum Computing Gets a Closer Look at Lecture Feb. 22

IBM Quantum Ambassador and Florida Tech alumnus Steve Atkin will speak about available quantum computing hardware and how it could be used to solve complex challenges.

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Florida Tech Launches STEAM Seminar Series Oct. 25

The series opens with "Advances of Surgical Techniques on Earth Through Space Exploration,” which looks at how design-based thinking influenced medical advances.

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‘Star Trek at 50’ Focus of Public Science Lecture Aug. 26 at Florida Tech

The free event starts at 8 p.m. in the Olin Engineering Complex Auditorium (EC118). It is sponsored by the College of Science and open to the general public.

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Florida Tech’s Guy A. Boy to Speak April 8 on STEM to STEAM Movement

The dean of the School of Human-Centered Design, Innovation and Art and a world-renowned authority on creativity and innovation will offer his free presentation at 7 p.m. at Foosaner Art Museum.

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Public Lecture on Cryptography, Protecting Digital Secrets Jan. 15

Three computer science scholars at Florida Institute of Technology will offer a free, interactive lecture from 7-8 p.m. Friday in Room 118 of the Olin Engineering Building.

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Student Uses Presagis Software to Study Ways to Reduce Aviation Loss-of-Control Issues

Nicholas Kasdaglis, a Ph.D. student and research assistant in the Human-Centered Design Institute at Florida Institute of Technology, has been awarded use of cutting-edge design software that may allow him to better understand and eventually help minimize the leading cause of commercial aviation fatalities.

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Human-Centered Design Institute at Florida Tech to Hold Open House Feb. 18

The Human-Centered Design Institute at Florida Institute of Technology will hold an open house from 1-3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18 featuring NASA Kennedy Space Center Deputy Director Janet Petro, tours of cockpit simulators and more.

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