Does Age Discrimination in Tech Start at 40?
Study shows millennials are about to dominate the tech workforce, and even some GenX-ers have age discrimination worries
Turning the Optical Fiber Network into a Giant Earthquake Sensor
The best earthquake monitoring system is already installed under our feet, say Stanford researchers
Launch UAV Package Delivery Service
ANSYS simulation software greatly increases antenna reliability of UAVs and accelerates the design of order fulfillment and aerial shipping systems.
Your Secret Weapon to Building Successful IoT & Industry 4.0 Apps
If you’re building apps for IoT & Industry 4.0, you must have real-time processing that supports you today and in the future.
Where’s the next Silicon Valley? How about Ottawa or Toronto?
Job search data shows U.S. tech employees looking for Canada's Silicon Valley target Ottawa and Toronto
Smartphone Cameras Peek Around Corners by Analyzing Patterns of Light
An MIT team shows that spotting moving objects around the corner only requires a smartphone camera and an algorithm
Will the Future of AI Learning Depend More on Nature or Nurture?
NYU's Yann LeCun and Gary Marcus debated the degree to which algorithms will need the inherent understanding of the world with which we are hardwired
Where Does IBM Research Get Ideas? Open Mikes and Interns
At IBM’s Almaden, Calif., research center, a project can kick off like a TV game show—or start with an intern’s curiosity
Silicon Valley Jobs Are a Good Deal for Engineers, Even with the High Cost of Living
The high salaries in tech hotbeds more than make up for the higher costs of living, says job search firm Indeed
Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis of a Piezoelectric Fan
If you want to learn about modeling piezoelectric fans, then tune into this webinar with Akshat Agarwal from the Efficient Energy Transfer group at Nokia Bell Labs.
Engineering Managers Say Great Teams Need Diversity, Regular Retraining
Engineering leaders at Slack, Nest, and Facebook say solving big technical challenges requires teams with diversity
Someone Else’s Computer: The Prehistory of Cloud Computing
Well before Amazon Web Services, there was time-sharing and Tymshare’s Tymnet
How to successfully integrate complex hardware and software processes necessary to develop smart, connected products
Hear about details and best practices on how Global companies can integrate complex hardware and software processes necessary to develop smart, connected products.
Computational Acoustics Drives Innovative Design Solution
Acoustics engineers shape experiences that create lifelong memories.
Accelerate Your Product Design with Multiphysics Simulation - Volume 2
Virtually Tuning an Automotive Audio System
Engineers at HARMAN are using numerical simulation to improve the development process for the latest vehicle infotainment technology.
AI Helps Magicians Perform Mind-Reading Tricks
A muggle technology known as AI can help nonwizards exploit human psychology for magic tricks
On the Cutting Edge of Hearing Aid Research
Engineers at Knowles bring the hearing aid industry together to fight feedback with simulation.
Getting a Competitive Edge in Medical Device Engineering by Selecting the Right PLM Software
Join in to hear this medical device interview on getting a competitive edge in medical device engineering by selecting the right PLM software.
Researchers Embed Malware Into DNA to Hack DNA-Sequencing Software
The DNA-as-malware hack, although difficult, points to weaknesses in bioinformatics software