2020-05-12 - EE Times Staff

Things To Keep Tomorrow’s Engineers Busy In Lockdown

Today’s curious young minds are tomorrow’s engineers, designers and innovators...

2020-04-01 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Engineers in the Covid-19 Era

Telecommuting means digitizing all business processes so that information is immediately available to all those involved in a given task.

2020-03-30 - Giovanni Di Maria

Covid-19: A Review of Low-Cost Ventilators

Designers from all over the world are working to design and build special low-cost ventilators in no time to fight…

2020-03-26 - Sally Ward-Foxton

How Are Europe’s Engineers Adapting to Remote Working?

As nations go into lockdown in the hope of slowing the spread of Covid-19, we take a look at design…

2020-03-19 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Cooking Italian Cuisine With Open-Source Hardware

The hardware project presented here is a basis for having fun implementing different solutions.

2020-03-19 - Faisal Kawoosa

Better-Trained Talent Needed for India to Move up the Value Chain

While India has a wealth of engineering talent, however, it could do a better job preparing its new engineers for…

2020-01-22 - Bill Schweber

The Different Guises of Power “Protection”

Often, it’s those obvious problems that offer the opportunity for basic solutions, but the factors which are hard to foresee…

2019-12-11 - Nitin Dahad

GPS Inventors Receive Royal Engineering Prize

The four engineers who created GPS have been awarded a top engineering prize of £1 million in honor of their…

2019-11-28 - Lindsay Craig

Blog: ‘Like Transformers? Here?’

Engineer and educator Lindsay Craig reflects on six years of teaching electrical engineering in Uganda, Africa. Gulu, Uganda has been…

2019-11-20 - Chris Fisher

Keeping EEs Relevant

A focus on problem solving can be applied beyond engineering, as can a willingness to leave your comfort zone.