Inspire ME is a weekly series featuring local, regional and national researchers, industry professionals, instructors and students sharing insight on everything from space exploration to human performance, student experience to professional development, engineering research to engineering practice.
Our next Seminar
What happens when our “smart” economy has a breakdown?
Why do Mechanical Engineers and Software Engineers need to design and build together? In order to successfully transition from traditional mechanical products to the next generation of Cyber-Physical Systems, we’ll have to reinvent our innovation and development processes and take a multidisciplinary approach. The next generation of CPS will be autonomous and be able to adapt their behavior to the users requirements to handle dynamic and versatile environments, so these systems need to be resilient to internal and external failures and attacks. This talk focuses on automating the verification of safety and security requirements to ensure designs are safe, automating the analysis of design topology to increase design robustness against internal failures or external attacks, and allocating an appropriate level of redundancy into the design to ensure designs are resilient.
Thursday, March 1, 2018
1:30 – 2:30 PM
- January 18 – Should I be my own boss?
Kim Sherman-Labrum, Idaho Small Business Development Center
- January 25 – Networking strategies for success
Employer panel: Hewlett-Packard, POWER Engineers, Fiberguide Industries
- February 1 – Systems Engineering
Layne Lewis, Willowview Consulting
- February 8 – Emerging materials and technologies for biomedical engineering at Boise State University
Dave Estrada and Gunes Uzer, Boise State University
- February 15 – Virtual Renegades: Exploring your future in a new frontier
Rich Reavis, Black Box VR
- February 22 – Bioelectronic Medicine and StimDust: A Miniaturized Wireless Peripheral Nerve Stimulator
Dr. Ben Johnson, Boise State Electrical and Computer Engineering
- March 1 – Next Generation of Cyber-Physical Systems and Industrial Control Systems
Dr. Hoda Mehrpouyan, Boise State Computer Science
- March 8 – The Fine Art of Small Talk: how to engage in meaningful conversations
Laura Chiuppi, College of Business and Economics
- March 15 – Thermal conductivity measurements of alternative energy sources
Courtney Hollar, PhD student – University of Idaho
- March 22 – Additive Manufacturing in the 21st Century
Brian Hoffman, Intermountain 3D
- March 29 – Spring Break – no seminar
- April 5 – Because No One Should Have to Crawl
George Hage, Free Wheelchair Mission
- April 12 – Dr Matthew Esmaeili, ArtiCares
- April 19 – Dr. Stefan Judek, Stony Brook University
- April 26 –
- May 3 – Finals Week – no seminar