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The Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME), in collaboration with Old Dominion University (ODU), has produced a video touting Virginia as a location for new offshore wind business.
For the 8 years now Virginia State University (VSU) students have been exploring drones and how they can be used with artificial intelligence and machine learning. “We have worked with over 10 types of drones,” said Dr. Ju Wang, Associate Professor of Engineering and Science at VSU, “in applications across different fields.
A Virginia State University (VSU) student team took fourth place in the Artificial Intelligence Tracks at Sea Challenge competition held in fall of 2020. The competition was held by the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific and the Naval Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Coordination Office, managed by the Office of Naval Research.
A recent budget proposal could bring enhanced cloud computing to Virginia and lend an economic boost to manufacturing in the Petersburg area, while bringing key Virginia Innovation Partnership Authority (VIPA) members on site together.
Most of us never will forget 2020. Many wish its difficulties had not happened. But we don’t get to choose the challenges we face. We only know we must squarely face them, with strength, resolve and compassion.
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To call 2020 challenging is an understatement, but it was also an inspiring year as we watched people rise to meet those challenges. The logistics sector was no exception, as resourceful thinkers pushed through roadblocks, pivoted to find opportunities, and solved new...
This is the first in a series exploring energy markets in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This article summarizes where Virginia’s energy resources are headed and lays out three challenges in moving toward renewable energy.Virginia is positioned to invest in renewable...
We at CCALS are happy to see Jim Lambert elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science – it is well-deserved recognition for his outstanding contributions. Jim has been a CCALS partner, serving on our Technical Advisory Committee since the beginning.
James H. Lambert, professor in the Department of Engineering Systems and Environment, was elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science “for distinguished contributions to the field of risk analysis, particularly using systems engineering tools to address critical infrastructure risk and resilience,” which refers to the ability of systems to continue functioning despite crises and disruptions.
The COVID 19 pandemic has highlighted urgent problems with pharmaceutical sourcing and manufacture. With drugs and medical supplies in short supply during spikes, logistics and supply chain have become familiar terms. … It’s not surprising, then, that the Richmond Technology Council awarded the Outstanding Collaboration in Tech Award to Phlow USA & VCU Engineering’s Medicines for All (M4ALL) Institute last month.
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