ST JOSEPH Search Results: “engineering”
ST JOSEPH PRESENTATIONS
Sparks: The Magic of the Grid
BY ALEX HALBLEIB
@ VOL 5
ON MAY 19, 2016
"The whole idea of being connected in some way, shape, or form, through this system that people set up, is so we can actually help each other do better things."
In Sparks: The Magic of the Grid from PechaKucha Night St. Joseph Vol. 5, electrical engineer at Whirlpool Corporation, Alex Halbleib distills an explanation of the mechanics (and magic) and the ubiquitous grid that brings our homes energy every day and night. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, (that's pronounced "Loo-ih-vil", without the "S"!) Alex is currently working in the advanced engineering where he hopes to make the world's connection just a little bit stronger.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, June 15th, 2016.
FIRST Robotics Competition: Building the Next Generation of Thinkers, Tinkers, and Leaders One Robot at a Time
BY MADELINE DALE
@ VOL 10
ON SEP 16, 2017
Madeline Dale, a Lakeshore High School junior, shares how the FIRST Robotics community is helping to build future technology leaders by using her own team and personal experience as an example. Madeline is entering her third year of participation on Team Lance-A-Bot, FRC Team 4237. FIRST Robotics is taking the world by storm with programs for students in Kindergarten through Grade 12. Find out what students are up to in southwest Michigan and beyond.
SITEWIDE Search Results: “engineering”
Jul 12, 2007
PKBJ VENUE 3 - 07-06-23 WWW.PKBJ.ORG
Jun 07, 2007
Jan 26, 2011
PKBJ VENUE 22 Beijing University of CIvil Engineering and Architecture
Nov 07, 2011
Instituto do Design de Guimarães
Jun 30, 2012
Nov 21, 2013
Nov 06, 2014
Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science
Feb 20, 2015
Mar 25, 2015
Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center
Apr 13, 2017
BY CORRIE VAN SICE
@ VOL 23
ON SEP 20, 2013
Corrie Van Sice works at the intersection of design, engineering, and biology. She speaks on the under-discussed dilemma of "innovation" run amok. Corrie posits that if more scientists were to operate like artists (in that they could explore their studies without university or corporate control), development in their field might take a new and exciting direction.
"Presentation of the Day" on October 10, 2013.
At the Crossroads of Art and Science: Transport in 30 Years
BY VICTOR WEI
@ VOL 4
ON NOV 29, 2013
As Director of Transportation in Richmond, Victor Wei spends his professional life pondering the future of all movement within the city. He discusses the symbiotic relationship of art and engineering, and expounds upon his projections for Richmond's bright future.
BY BART TAYLOR
@ VOL 1
ON NOV 25, 2014
Bart Taylor is a robotics and technology high school teacher in Bryan College Station Texas. He discusses the importance of adding an "A" to "Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math" (STEM) to generate STEAM: "Science, Technology, Engineering, ARTS, and Math."
Presence of signals
BY LINDA DOYLE
@ VOL 10
ON DEC 02, 2015
Linda’s talk is called Signalling Home. It is about the intersection of wireless signals and concepts of home. It looks at examples from technology and art in which the presence of absence of signals construct notions of home. It draws on abstract concepts as well as specific advances in wireless technologies.
Linda is the Chair of Engineering & The Arts in Trinity College Dublin and Director of CONNECT – a national research centre focused on future networks and communications, co-funded by Science Foundation Ireland and industry. Her research interests are in wireless communications, dynamic spectrum management, reconfigurable systems and creative arts practices.
The art and technology behind 3D printing
Dutch born Marc Bax is a Mechanical engineer who loves turning ideas into prototypes and has spent the last few years working with 3D printing technology to do just that. He talks us about the diffence between conventional and 3D printing.
And you may ask yourself, well...how did we get here
BY MARIA VYAS
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 18, 2016
Maria Vyas set out to become a concert pianist...but life doesn't always turn out the way you expect. So, what do you do next? For Maria she turned to transportation planning. Salt Lake City is lucky to have such an energetic and passionate advocate for smart transportation planning and growth. Maria explains how thoughtful planning for all modes of transportaiton, walking, biking, driving, and mass transit contribute to the value of our built environment.
BY JUHO VIITASALO
@ VOL 14
ON OCT 01, 2016
Juho Viitasalo shares Construction 2000, a unique geometric steel sculpture in Helsinki, Finland. Its most eye catching feature is a 600 kg pyramid that seems to float in air without any support. This 10 meter tall physics defying structure has stood since 1982 and is truly unique in the world. However it is still somewhat unknown. Construction 2000 was designed by Markku Viitasalo and now his son wants to take the design to the world out of the confines of the office block where it stands in Helsinki. More information here: http://viitasalo.com/himmeli/
This was "Presentation of the Day" on June 3rd, 2017.
Beyond Thin Mints: Girl Scouting & STEM
BY ALLISON MARTINSON
@ VOL 22
ON APR 13, 2017
When you think about Girl Scouts, you probably don't think about Juliette Gordon Low, the hard-of-hearing inventor that helped bring scouting to the United States. You're probably thinking about cookies. Cookies are a Girl Scout's first introduction to entrepreneurship. Allison Martinson introduces them to engineering. At Girl Scouts of Wisconsin - Badgerland, Girl Scouts are learning to use their dreams and ideas to make, build, design, create, dissect, and analyze. Badgerland's program introduces girls to code, robotics, entomology, and rocketry, connects girls to inspiring adult volunteers, and encourages girls to use STEM to make the world a better place.
Steamed Up over STEM
BY JOHN DEBACHER
@ VOL 22
ON APR 13, 2017
What's all the fuss and focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math in our schools? It's spread beyond earlier efforts to proactively help our young women not feel stigmatized if they enjoy an equation or two, and now threatens to spread a cumulonimbus over our educational system. Where are the Arts in all this? Not even chopped liver -- that might qualify as culinary science. I believe that, when you get beyond all the flash of STEM's appeal, it's components can, upon reflection, be seen as progeny of the Arts. The necessary components of abstraction, classification and description rely on humankind's unique language abilities, as do the symbols in formulas and theorems. Science could not have developed without the fundamental dance of discourse and recorded evidence that developed from the advancement of oral storytelling into poetry to literature...and of course, how could we survive any of this without humor?
Wood in Multi-Family Residences
BY MATT MAHON
@ NEW YORK BUILD
ON MAR 16, 2017
Matt Mahon talks about the use of timber in multi-family residences in this PechaKucha presenation for NY Build.
Matt is an acoustic and audiovisual consultant in Arup’s New York office and is involved in a wide variety of projects, from performing arts facilities to corporate fit-out. Matt studied mechanical engineering at Northwestern University and has a background in live sound and broadcast.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
We kick off the week with a "Presentation of the Day" that was recorded in Frankfurt about a studio in Montreal. 75 multimedia artists work at Moment Factory. Although the studio is based in Montreal, Canada, the team is composed of people from around the world and from various backgrounds, including dance, architecture, lighting design, programming, engineering, graphic design, illustration, music, production and more. What Gabriel Pontbriand loves so much about his job is that each project is a surprising adventure. Having and international and multidisciplinary group of people working together allows them to imagine interactions between technology and emotion that are unique each time.
Takram Design Engineering
Kaz Yoneda (speaking at PKN Tokyo Vol. 96), along with his colleagues at Takram Design Engineering, was approached by a Korean company with a rather bleak vision of the future. He was entrusted with a mission that (should he choose to accept it) could, perhaps, save humanity. His task: to design a water bottle for a future in which our major resources have been exhausted. His team -- as is their custom -- took the concept to the Nth degree and developed a number of external and to-be-implanted biotics that would allow their users the ability to live off 165mL of water a day.
3D Printing Biology
In today's Presentation of the Day, "3D Printing Biology" from PKN Miami Vol. 26, we hear from Corrie Van Sice, who works at the intersection of design, engineering, and biology. Corrie has used 3D-printing technology to engineer proto-cells (structures that look like real cells -- they include a nucleus and cell walls -- but not made from anything living). She speaks on the under-discussed dilemma of "innovation" run amok and posits that if more scientists were to operate like artists (in that they could explore their studies without university or corporate control), development in their field might take new and exciting direction.
Waterloo Region Chapter - WELCOME
Waterloo Region Chapter is finally here! Our team is happy to welcome everyone here for this new and exhilarating project. Pecha Kucha 20×20 is a format that encourages brief, concise, visual presentations that keep the audience engaged. Each presentation includes 20 images, displayed for 20 seconds each. The images advance automatically and presenters talk along to the images, accumulating into a 6 minutes 40 seconds presentation. Bringing together our satellite campuses from the University of Waterloo is key to our mission. Over this 2014-2015 year and future years, you will see our community gathering and expressing a new sense of belonging that fun events such as the Pecha Kucha night nurture. Celebrating culture, art, innovation, technology just because "Ideas Start Here". We are really excited to see our V.1 participants' presentations! While celebrating creativity on its own by its originality, this Pecha Kucha Night (TM) is also a way to celebrate works of art by architecture, engineering, and urban planning students, faculty, alumni and community members since it also closes the Engi-Tecture: Eccentricity art show that they had put together. So don't hesistate and come on down to visit us tonight! Pecha Kucha: Creative Projects - Sat. July, 26th @ 7pm; 60 Main Street, Cambridge. Society of Waterloo Architecture Graduates (SWAG) - BRIDGE - Graduate Student Association of the University of Waterloo (GSA)
Thirtieth PechaKucha Miami Draws 300 Fans
World Red Eye covers PechaKucha Miami City of the Future. Miami, FL – February 20, 2015 – Innovation & Engineering Weekend at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science continued with a fascinating City of the Future PechaKucha Night 20×20 presentation, a speaker format in which 20 images are shown, each for 20 seconds. Local young professionals and key tastemakers were invited by the Frost Science Young Patrons to enjoy an evening of fun in an intellectual atmosphere. The night begun with a welcome from Gillian Thomas, CEO and President of the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, followed by the PechaKucha presenters which included Camille Coley, J.D., Associate Vice President for Research and Interim Director of Sponsored Research for Florida Atlantic University’s Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center; Meg Daly, Founder and President of The Underline; Stephen Davis III, Ph.D., Wetland Ecologist for the Everglades Foundation; Trevor Powers, Vice President of Engineering & Facilities of the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science; and David Rifkind, Associate Professor of Architecture at Florida International University. Throughout the evening, guests enjoyed libations courtesy of Tito’s Vodka, Mandarine Napoléon, ZIOBAFFA, Lucky Buddha and Lemon City Tea, music by Dani Nicole, and gifts from Aesop, while making their very own pottery through a special Maker’s activity. The evening concluded by the “raku” kiln fire while the pottery was cured for guests to take home.
PK 2 - Chupacabra! Check out Glen Vigus's interview in the Eagle! We had an amazing evening and met lots of new friends. Suresh Pillai, Professor of Microbiology, talked about using electrons to help clean, heal, feed and shape the world. Artist Karen Hillier showed work from her series “Unforgotten,” involving artifacts from the daily ablutions of her grandparents. Richard Lester brought a horde of young entrepreneurs who all joined in to share news from the Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship, where he serves as Executive Director. Russell Reid, architect and artist, reflected on the process of artmaking from analog to digital and back. Technologist Benedict Nguyen shared the amazing world of 3D scanning and printing. Amateur photographer Glen Vigus led us through the history of photography, and inspired us with 32 years of love and pride in his work, earning his title of amateur. Thanks to Jennifer and Ruthie for organizing and leading the evening! We’ll be back in the summer, and hope you’ll nominate yourself or someone else for next time!
Its Not What You Ride, But How You Ride
"...distilling the essence of motorcycle for our clients, re-designing, re-building, and re-engineering and, along the way, pumping in as much coolness as we can."In Its Not What You Ride, But How You Ride from Tokyo, Vol. 124 Matthew Roberts of Speedtractor Industries, a custom motorcycle and design studio in Tokyo, shares his passion for the true essence of motorcycle riding. With custom motorcycle design becoming ever more accessible, Matthew discusses how he guides clients to designing the bikes that are just right for them. A truly cool presentation!
PechaKucha People: Sonia Chow
This week we'd like to give a big round of applause to PechaKucha's Hong Kong City Organizer and all-around super star, Sonia Chow. In addition to running a stellar PKN series in HK, she's also director and co-founder of ChowPourianLab, a Hong Kong-based design studio. Whether pattern drafting, Japanese carpentry, or chemical engineering, Sonia's on it!
Sparks: The Magic of the Grid
"The whole idea of being connected in some way, shape, or form, through this system that people set up, is so we can actually help each other do better things." In Sparks: The Magic of the Grid from PechaKucha Night St. Joseph Vol. 5, electrical engineer at Whirlpool Corporation, Alex Halbleib distills an explanation of the mechanics (and magic) and the ubiquitous grid that brings our homes energy every day and night. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, (that's pronounced "Loo-ih-vil", without the "S"!) Alex is currently working in the advanced engineering where he hopes to make the world's connection just a little bit stronger.
Vol. 16 is happening tomorrow!
After the success of the PechaKucha London X HASSELL collaboration in March 2017 the teams are back together to bring you another wonderful evening of inspiring and unique speakers. Register for your free ticket here! Our friends from CORONA are back on board too to make sure no one in the studio will be without a cold beer in their hands throughout the night! To give you a taster, below are some details about the people who you will hear from during the evening: David Knight / structural engineer and Director of Design and Engineering at Cake Industries Dr Farnaz Nickpour / Associate Professor in Design & Human-centred Innovation and founding member of the Inclusive Design Research Group (IDRG) Larry Botchway /Architect and fashion designer at Haworth Tompkins Limited Steve Tidball / Designer and founder of Vollebak makers of insanely hardcore kit Peter Harris /Professor, Designer, Journalist, Creator of the Steam Punk Coffee Machine Kaja Swiezewska / A designer at HASSELL So why would you not come down to the HASSELL studio in Shoreditch to listen to 6 speakers talk about all kinds of wonderful things and have some brews! See you there!