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Going For a Systems Engineering Masters

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gentleman Engineer 3 hours ago. 6 Replies

Good Afternoon All, I have been accepted into the Systems Engineering Masters program at technical institute in my home state. This is a new path for me as I did my under grad in Electrical…Continue

Tags: Engineering, Systems, Studies, Graduate, Profession

Grad School Options

Started Feb 22 0 Replies

I work as an Electrical Engineer and I am trying to decide between WPI(Worcester Polytech) or EIT(Engineering Institute of Technology), I live in the Massachusetts area. Has anyone heard of EIT…Continue

Tags: Programs, Graduate, Education, Continuing

An Elderly

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason Rex Fraser Feb 13. 11 Replies

Good Evening Everyone,Recently my Nana was in the hospital due to an hole that opened in your stomach. She's 88. She was in the hospital then in rehab. Had a tube in her tummy for about a week. I…Continue

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Crampons

Started this discussion. Last reply by terry sperling Jan 28. 8 Replies

I will be going on a day hike near the end of March in New Hampshire. I have looked into the types of crampons to use and I have narrowed it down to Aluminum, and a strap on type. What are some…Continue

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Gentleman Engineer replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"The arena of the engineering of controls would exist in a breadth not insignificant. The demesne of specialisation should exist at the intersection of desire and demand."
3 hours ago
David F. replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Start reading up on cyber security.  That is going to be a key part of what you will be facing. Also realize that previous systems where not designed with any real security in them and added after the fact."
3 hours ago
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Now wait! By Systems Engineering the course structure where i am taking it is about things like requirements writing, test and verification risk assessment, and system modeling. Are we talking about the same systems engineering? Also my electives i…"
3 hours ago
Gentleman Engineer replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"A list historical—and lacking rather in robustness—of projects in utilisation of EPICS may be located at: EPICS Projects. The scale of such projects would proffer a plethora of opportunities in the absence of those paradigms alternate of…"
5 hours ago
Native Son replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Or in the commoners' English,  Systems Engineering concerns SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition), and ICS (Industrial Control Systems).  In the current world, you want a side of cyber security.  PLCs (Programmable…"
5 hours ago
Gentleman Engineer replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"One should consider perusing tomes devoted to cybernetics. One should review those Transfers Laplace, and the Demesne of the Plane of S. One should investigate those paradigms of Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition. Examples would include…"
7 hours ago
Fabricante posted a discussion

Going For a Systems Engineering Masters

Good Afternoon All, I have been accepted into the Systems Engineering Masters program at technical institute in my home state. This is a new path for me as I did my under grad in Electrical Engineering and originally wanted to continue to try and get into Controls Engineering. I have made the decision after weighing it to follow the Systems Engineering route due to multiple life factors. obviously there is a lot that I do not know about how this will turn out but I am trying to take an action…See More
7 hours ago
Paul D. Foster replied to Fabricante's discussion Car Rosary in the group Catholic Men
"It's a good idea, Fabricante. We can see such thing in some other countries also. It will give the car a new and attractive look. I think you should try arranging it in a different way so that it will not hang long. Thanks for asking. Adding…"
Apr 25
Sir replied to Fabricante's discussion Catholic Techies in the group Knights of Columbus
"Well, I do reconciliation by Skype, and for Lent I give up Fourier transforms.  Beyond that, I've considered replacing my rosary with a cyclic Markov chain, but so far it's been too computationally expensive. "
Apr 24
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Catholic Techies in the group Knights of Columbus
"I guess what I am asking is if there are any particular ways you practice that is a result of working in a technically oriented job?"
Apr 24
Nick Kutchak replied to Fabricante's discussion Catholic Techies in the group Knights of Columbus
"I would have to agree with Sir. I guess I am not sure what you're getting at. I am a professional meteorologist and oceanographer currently dealing in modeling of these systems. I have computer scientist co-workers who are also Catholic and I…"
Apr 23
Sir replied to Fabricante's discussion Catholic Techies in the group Knights of Columbus
"I don't understand.  I mean, I fit myself into the Catholic faith by surrendering to Christ, and navigate through life by making moral and other decisions, but I suspect that's not what you meant, and don't get the connection to…"
Apr 22
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Catholic Techies

For the men who are in engineering or science related fields, how do you fit yourself into the Catholic faith. By that I mean what are your unique ways you navigate through life?See More
Apr 22
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Knights of Columbus

The KofC is a Catholic men's organization, founded by Father McGivney in 1882. We hold the principles of charity, unity and fraternity among our core values. If you are a brother Knight or interested in Columbianism, feel free to join us!See More
Apr 22
Fabricante posted a discussion

Grad School Options

I work as an Electrical Engineer and I am trying to decide between WPI(Worcester Polytech) or EIT(Engineering Institute of Technology), I live in the Massachusetts area. Has anyone heard of EIT before in their careers? Especially if any of you work in automation. I love the curriculum of EIT compared to WPI . But i wanted to get a feel of how well known EIT is in the USSee More
Feb 22
Fabricante replied to manInTheMaking's discussion Need a new guitar in the group The Guitar = Manly
"Well if you are mainly a Rock style player, and you can't shell out more than 500 for a  Strat. A Strat on Sweetwater is 599 so its just not in the range especially if you want a FX box to go with it. I would pick a Gretch G5435 Pro Jet…"
Feb 20

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Gentleman Engineer replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"The arena of the engineering of controls would exist in a breadth not insignificant. The demesne of specialisation should exist at the intersection of desire and demand."
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David F. replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Start reading up on cyber security.  That is going to be a key part of what you will be facing. Also realize that previous systems where not designed with any real security in them and added after the fact."
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Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Now wait! By Systems Engineering the course structure where i am taking it is about things like requirements writing, test and verification risk assessment, and system modeling. Are we talking about the same systems engineering? Also my electives i…"
3 hours ago
Braeden P.D. posted a discussion

Interested in Engineering-Any Knowledgeable Guys?

Alright, so I know I posted a whiny thread a while back, but now I'm working on getting ahead in my life, and I have some questions.I'm quite sure I'm going back to school by the Fall semester at the Community College I was attending before, and I am really interested in funneling my interest in science and invention towards entering the program to transfer to my state's university for the engineering programs there.I've noticed that quite a few guys around here are engineers, or engineering…See More
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"It has to appear as a hard line. And sometimes might become one. Look what he did with Fox in January. He got up from the table. He doubled down. He walked away. They started calling him within 24 hours. Hannity was begging him on air. O'Reilly…"
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