This year, a record 162 engineering and technology students participated in an international opportunity. Between study abroad programs and international internships, our students visited 22 countries, including Singapore, China, Dominican Republic, Peru, Italy, Netherlands and more. Read their experiences.
BYU Chip Camp unites 7th and 8th grade budding mathematicians, scientists and engineers to discover the possibilities in STEM education. And after only one year on BYU’s campus, it’s doubled in size. The camp sponsors, Micron Foundation and IMFlash Technologies, in partnership with BYU’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, are dedicated to developing an effective program that promotes STEM education.
With their high-flying photo and video capabilities, personal hobby drones are more popular than ever. But how do you ensure that these fun, inexpensive Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) don’t become a threat to national security? That’s the question a team of 28 BYU electrical and computer engineering students worked on for the US Department of Defense's Perseus III project.