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Mathematics & Systems Engineering News

Florida Tech to Convene Summer STEM Institute for Teachers
Two tracks are offered: marine and environmental science, and mathematical modeling, both with content aligned with Florida high schools.
Student Team Earns Top Award at Modeling Challenge
The team received the highest honor – Outstanding – for its work on the problem, “The Mechanics of Suction Feeding.”
Application Process Now Open for Eight-Week Summer Program in Statistical Modeling for Geoscience
The eight-week program is designed to help prepare participants for careers in the expanding fields of statistics and data analysis.
Two Florida Tech Students Named 2022 Astronaut Scholars
Samantha Sequeira and Ruth Nichols are among 68 students from across the country to receive this prestigious honor.
Florida Tech Project Wins First at Embry-Riddle Business Competition
EarlyByrd, from Bindi Nagda, Nashaita Patrawalla and Harold Raghunandan, is designed for the early detection and monitoring of breast cancer.
Student Design Showcase April 22 at Clemente Center
More than 100 projects will be displayed, from a mental health app for college students to a lunar landing pad built from Moon materials.
Florida Tech Researchers Find New Genetic Signature for Invasive Fish Species
The bluegill sunfish and other fish considered invasive species have extra copies of cellular stress response genes in their genomes.
Student Team Earns Top Honor at Modeling Challenge
Students Alexander Bugielski, Miles Pophal and Anthony Domingo Garcia Romano earned the top award at SCUDEM VI.
Summer Program in Statistical Modeling for Geoscience Now Accepting Applications
The 8-week program offers hands-on research to help prepare students for careers in the expanding fields of statistics and data analysis.
A Purposeful Impact
Three university students have designed a machine and app that could allow underserved communities access to a critical diagnostic service.
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