Students from the NSF-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Industrial Mathematics and Statistics visited the Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC) of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration in Woods Hole, MA on June 20, 2018. Students made their presentation and heard updates on the different modeling approaches to fish populations from staff at NEFSC. This […]
Three WPI students are working this summer on CIMS-related projects. Petra Kumi (’20) won the 2018 WPI Summer Undergraduate Fellowship (SURF) which will support her project “Metric of Physical Field Uniformity”. The project will make contribution to the program “CAD of Ceramic Millimeter-Wave Absorbers in Power Beaming Applications” sponsored by Leidos, Inc./AFRL, and advised by […]
On May 30, 9 students from around the US began their 9-week Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Industrial Mathematics and Statistics, supported by the National Science Foundation. Students work with faculty on real-world projects provided by business, industry or government. Projects this year are provided by the National Oceanographic and Atmosphereic Administration Northeast Fisheries Science […]
CIMS member Marcel Blais was featured in an article in the Daily Herd, where work by WPI representatives of the WPI FinTech Collaborative was highlighted at the opening of the WPI Seaport Opening. The WPI FinTech Collaborative is coordinated by CIMS and by the WPI Wall Street Project Center.
GE is interested in WPI graduates (opportunities can be found at https://jobs.gecareers.com/ListJobs/All). In late April 2018, a group from CIMS visited GE Global Research Center in Niskayuna, NY. The trip was arranged by Dr. Kristen Brosnan, Technical Operations Leader, Metals & Ceramics and a Matthew Porter, a graduate student visiting CIMS from the University of […]
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