A Florida Tech student has confirmed several key factors associated with COVID-19 after using machine learning to analyze data associated with the virus.
The Department of Ocean Engineering and Marine Sciences associate professor was named a Fellow of SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.
John Fleming, whose 48-year career at Ford Motor Company granted him unique insight into the evolution of manufacturing, will speak at Florida Tech’s F. Alan Smith Distinguished Lecture Series.
The first annual Technical Conference on Solutions to Emergent Water Quality will be held at the Center for Aeronautics and Innovation, 1050 W. NASA Blvd. in Melbourne.
Under an innovative partnership between the university and The Kern Family Foundation, graduates of the College of Engineering will enter the workplace armed with a deeper understanding of creating personal, economic and societal value.
Florida Institute of Technology, home of the Indian River Lagoon Research Institute, is offering presentations on a variety of topics at the 2015 Indian River Lagoon Symposium today and Friday at the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute’s Johnson Education Center in Fort Pierce.