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Milanovic and Eppes Featured in IEEE Spectrum Magazine


Posted 10/17/2017
Category: Accolades
Professor Ivana Milanovic. Clockwise: Professor Tom Eppes, Mark Markiewicz, Stefan Keilich, Karen Brzostowski

Professor Ivana Milanovic. Clockwise: Professor Tom Eppes, Mark Markiewicz, Stefan Keilich, Karen Brzostowski

An article, ‘Simulation Apps Bring STEM to Life,’ headlining the work of Ivana Milanovic, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Tom Eppes, Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, has been published in the flagship magazine, Multiphysics Simulation of the IEEE Spectrum, October 2017 issue.

The article describes how ‘In a landmark effort,’ multiphysics analysis software is being introduced into junior-year fluid mechanics and heat transfer courses as a required part of the coursework. In addition, complementary high-value apps are employed to drive industry-sponsored research and increase students’ appeal to potential employers many of whom are aerospace and manufacturing-related.

IEEE Spectrum is the flagship magazine and website of the IEEE, the world’s largest professional organization devoted to engineering and the applied sciences. Its chapters have over 400,000 members and include computer scientists, software developers, information technology professionals, physicists, medical doctors, and many others in addition to IEEE's electrical and electronics engineering core.

Professor Ivana Milanovic. Clockwise: Professor Tom Eppes, Mark Markiewicz, Stefan Keilich, Karen Brzostowski

Professor Ivana Milanovic. Clockwise: Professor Tom Eppes, Mark Markiewicz, Stefan Keilich, Karen Brzostowski

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