High-Tech Artwork Competing for Votes
A robot programmed by a team of Rose-Hulman mechanical engineering seniors is replicating visual artworks autonomously by using paint, brushes, and a canvas. Six of the team’s robotic artworks are competing for top honors in the International RobotArt contest, with online voting through May 10 at www.robotart.org. It takes the team’s robot between one and two hours to reproduce a typical painting.
English Professor Julia Williams, PhD, is among faculty in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences who are known for pushing their students to develop strong written and oral communications skills.
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Just how high does a fly ball fly? The architects designing the Seattle Mariners’ Safeco Field in the 1990s needed to know, because it seemed possible that the new baseball stadium’s retractable roof might interfere with the game below if a fly ball would hit the ceiling.
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Spotlight on Professor Diane Evans, specializing in teaching statistics. Evans likes to run her class like a conversation.
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Award-winning civil engineering educator Jim Hanson, PhD, believes teaching is more about giving students the ability to ask the right questions than providing future engineers with just skills to address tomorrow’s challenging problems.
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