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30 Aug, 2011

J VanDomelen STEM jobs are essential to growth in America, says United States Commerce Secretary Gary Locke in his blog (http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2011/07/14/stem-jobs-help-america-win-future). “Unfortunately, many U.S. businesses have frequently voiced concerns over the supply and availability of STEM workers. Companies operating on the forefront of technological innovation need more of them.” Major players … Read More

Mentor, Math, Mentor Graphics, COTS, science, STEM, Technology, Aerospace, Mentor.com, Gary Locke, Mil-Aero, Hardware, Milaero, Military, engineering

29 Aug, 2011

J VanDomelen Many big businesses, including those in the mil/aero market, are rallying behind government organizations to help advance STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education and to inspire current and future generations of students to pursue occupations in valuable STEM fields. The STEM Education Coalition (http://www.stemedcoalition.org/) is working “aggressively to raise awareness about the … Read More

Milaero, Mil-Aero, President Obama, engineering, Gary Locke, Aerospace, Mentor, science, STEM, Mentor Graphics, Geek, Technology, Math, United States Commerce Secretary Gary Locke

27 Jul, 2011

J VanDomelen Wanted: Engineers. Military and aerospace are among many industries concerned about the future availability of skilled workers. This challenge of ensuring a skilled workforce well into the future of the U.S. is ever-present in the minds of many people—heads of technology firms (especially in the mil/aero realm), higher-education faculty, scientists and researchers, economists, patriots, heads of state, … Read More

Mentor, Hardware, Mentor Graphics, Technology, Electric, Obama, electrical, President Obama, science, and math, STEM, Mentor.com, engineering, Mil-Aero, Geek, Milaero, Electronic, Military, Engineer

25 Jul, 2011

Mike Jensen It’s college season in my home. My oldest son is soon off to medical school. My younger son just graduated from high school and will be off to college by summer’s end. It’s an exciting time to see your kids make decisions about their field of study and, ultimately, their profession and future. My oldest son majored in Biology to prepare himself for medical school. He enjoys science, as does my younger … Read More

science, engineering

13 May, 2010

Robin Bornoff Wiki quote: “A grille is an opening of several slits side by side in a wall or metal sheet or other barrier, usually to let air or water enter and/or leave but keep larger objects including people and animals in or out.” For electronic products that need to be kept cool, getting cool air in through grille work is commonplace, thermal designers love them, EMC/EMI designers don’t. For such products, keeping … Read More

science, CFD, art, Modeling, modelling, Model

10 May, 2010

Robin Bornoff Considering that CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) is an advanced mathematical method for predicting fluid flow and heat transfer using a computational software approach I find it paradoxical that it is often as much an art as it is a science. A model by its very definition is a representation of something. A computer model is a virtual representation of a system (e.g. a laptop, a rack mounted server, … Read More

science, CFD, art, Modeling, modelling, FloVENT, Model

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