Monthly Archives: February 2010
When: February 18, 2010, 1:30‐5 pm Where: Physical Science Laboratory Auditorium, New Mexico State University Campus Program 12:30 Information exchange 1:30 Welcome John Padoven Director of Marketing, Team Technologies 1:35 Overview of College of Engineering Research Kenneth R. White, NMSU College of Engineering Interim Dean 1:45 Overview of Physical Science Laboratory Research…
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Ed Conley, who has taught mechanical engineering at New Mexico State University for 20 years, has spent the last two summers researching rocket engine test stands during his NASA Administrator’s Fellowship and plans to incorporate what he has learned into NMSU’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University will host an Engineering Technology Forum and Exchange on Thursday, Feb. 18, from 1:30-5:45 p.m. in the Physical Science Laboratory Auditorium on the NMSU campus.
As one of the state’s “gateways” to New Mexico’s supercomputer, the fastest publicly available supercomputer in the world, New Mexico State University participatee in “Connect New Mexico,” a statewide event on Jan. 25, in which Gov. Bill Richardson unveiled the interconnected system from Santa Fe.
The UVS International General Assembly, which was held in Paris, France on January 12, 2010, elected its new Board of Directors for the years 2010 and 2011. Doug Davis, Global UAS Strategic Initiatives Director for New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory (NMSU/PSL), was among those named to the board.
Celebrate Engineers’ Week at NMSU Feb. 15 through Feb. 19. The purpose of Engineers’ Week is to call attention the contributions that engineers make to society.