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Galloway is President-Elect of the American Society for Engineering Education

Original Article Source Kenneth F. Galloway has been elected to serve as president-elect of the American Society for Engineering Education.  Galloway is dean of the School of Engineering and professor of electrical engineering. He will become president-elect at the 2012 Annual Conference June 10-13 in San Antonio, Texas, and will assume the presidency in June...... KEEP READING

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Nuclear Ballistic Missile Command and Control Technology Still a Prime Military Concern

A recent special report article in Military and Aerospace Electronics highlights the importance of the command and control electronics in the U.S. arsenal of ballistic missiles, which represent two important legs of the “nuclear triad” of bomber aircraft, ICBMs, and submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs).  The U.S. must have a “reliable command structure for the nuclear...... KEEP READING

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An Award-Worthy Look at Electronic Glitches

An Award-Worthy Look at Electronic Glitches Beginning in 1995 TRIUMF has built up several beam lines that provide low-intensity, energetic proton and neutron beams to simulate natural-radiation exposures either in space or terrestrial environments. Even at low intensity, a few minutes of exposure in these beams can correspond to years of operation in space, air,...... KEEP READING

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US Navy Test Fires Trident II D5 Missile

Original Source: Naval Technology Article – US Navy Test Fires Trident II D5 Missile US Navy Test Fires Trident II D5 Missile The US Navy’s fleet ballistic missile submarine, USS Tennessee (SSBN 734), has successfully launched the Lockheed Martin-developed Trident II D5 test missile in the Atlantic Ocean. The unarmed missile was launched as a...... KEEP READING

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Professor Ron Schrimpf Receives Chancellor’s Cup

Original Article – myVU Professor Ron Schrimpf Receives Chancellor’s Cup Posted 10/21/2010 Ron Schrimpf receives the Chancellor’s Cup from the Chancellor. (photo by Vanderbilt University/Susan Urmy.) Ron Schrimpf, Orrin Henry Ingram Professor of Engineering and faculty head of Memorial House, was surprised in the middle of a presentation to a meeting of the Engineering Alumni...... KEEP READING

Posted on Thursday, October 21st, 2010 in Related News | Tags: , , Comments Off on Professor Ron Schrimpf Receives Chancellor’s Cup


VU Space-Defense Institute Growing on Music Row

Original Source Article – Venture Nashville Connections VU Space-Defense Institute Growing on Music Row By: By Milt Capps Posted: Monday, July 6, 2009 8:22 am Vanderbilt University’s Institute for Space and Defense Electronics anticipates further growth after its impending relocation to Music Row. ISDE Director Ron Schrimpf, Ph.D. (at right), told VNC in a recent interview that...... KEEP READING

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