Engineering institute – Innovation Engineering http://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/ Wed, 18 May 2022 06:14:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/cropped-icon-32x32.png Engineering institute – Innovation Engineering http://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/ 32 32 NCL Recruitment 2022 Notification Out for 390 non-executive positions; Check how to apply online, salary, eligibility https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/ncl-recruitment-2022-notification-out-for-390-non-executive-positions-check-how-to-apply-online-salary-eligibility/ Wed, 18 May 2022 05:35:21 +0000 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/ncl-recruitment-2022-notification-out-for-390-non-executive-positions-check-how-to-apply-online-salary-eligibility/

HURL has invited online application for the 390 non-executive position on its official website. Check out the NCL Recruitment 2022 Application Process, Age Limit, Qualification and other details here.

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HURL Non-Executive Recruitment 2022

HURL Non-Executive Recruitment 2022: Hindustan Urvarak & Rasayan Limited (HURL) has invited online application for recruitment to the 390 non-executive positions including Junior
Engineer, assistant engineer, quality assistant, laboratory assistant and others. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for these positions no later than May 24, 2022.

Applicants with certain educational qualifications including BA/B.SC/B.Com/B.SC in
A full-time Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics/3-year degree with additional eligibility as mentioned in the notification may apply for these positions.

Notification details for HURL Non Executive Recruitment 2022:
Adv. No. NE/1/2022

Important Dates HURL Non Executive Recruitment 2022:
Deadline for submitting applications: May 24, 2022

HURL Non Executive Recruitment 2022 Vacancy Details:
Junior Engineer Assistant (II)-30
Assistant Engineer (I)-45
Junior Engineer Assistant (II)-15
Assistant Engineer (I)-30
Junior Engineer Assistant (II)-15
Assistant Engineer (I)-30
Junior Engineer Assistant (II)-15
Assistant Engineer (I)-15
Junior Engineer Assistant (II)-33
Assistant Engineer (I)-36
Assistant Engineer (I)-18
Junior Engineer Assistant (II)-24
Assistant Engineer (I)-24
Junior Store Assistant (II)-03
Store Assistant (I)-06
Store Assistant (II)-03
Junior Laboratory Assistant (II)-18
Lab Assistant (I)-18
Junior Quality Assistant (II)-06
Quality Assistant (I)-06

HURL Non Executive Recruitment 2022 Eligibility Criteria:
Education Qualification:
Junior Engineer Assistant (II)/Engineer Assistant (I): Full-time B.Sc. (Chemistry) with 40% overall marks / Full-time three-year degree in Chemical Engineering from a
recognized institute/university with a minimum of 40% overall marks. Preference will be given to the diploma.

Junior Engineer Assistant (II)/Engineer Assistant (I): Full-time B.Sc. (Chemistry) with 40% overall marks / Full-time three-year degree in chemical engineering from a recognized institute/university with a minimum of 40% overall marks. Preference will be given to the diploma.

Junior Engineer Assistant (II)/Engineer Assistant (I): Full-time B.Sc. (Chemistry) with 40% overall marks / Three-year full-time degree in chemical/mechanical engineering from a recognized institute/university with a minimum of 40% overall marks. Preference will be given to the diploma

Junior Engineer Assistant (II)/Engineer Assistant (I): Full-time B.Sc. (Chemistry) with 40% overall marks / Three-year full-time degree in Chemical Engineering from a recognized institute/university with a minimum of 40% overall marks. Preference will be given to the diploma.

Junior Engineer Assistant (II)/Engineer Assistant (I): Three-year full-time degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized institute/university with a minimum of 40% overall marks.

Assistant engineer (I): three years full-time Electrical/Electrical and Electronic Engineering degree from a recognized institute/university with a minimum of 40% overall mark.
See the notification link for more details on the educational qualification of the positions.

HURL Non-Executive Recruitment 2022:

How to Apply for HURL Non Executive Recruitment 2022:
Interested and eligible candidates can apply online in the registration format available in the career section of the HURL website, www.hurl.net.in no later than 24th May 2022.

FAQs

What are the numbers of vacancies in HURL Non Executive Recruitment 2022?

Vacancy Details HURL Non-Executive Recruitment 2022: Assistant Junior Engineer (II) – 30 Assistant Engineer (I) – 45 Assistant Junior Engineer (II) – 15 Assistant Engineer (I) – 30 Assistant Junior Engineer (II) – 15 Assistant Engineer (I) )-30 Assistant Junior Engineer (II)-15 Assistant Junior Engineer (I)-15 Assistant Junior Engineer (II)-33 Assistant Engineer (I)-36 Assistant Engineer (I)-18 Assistant Junior Engineer (II) -24 Engineer Assistant (I)-24 Junior Store Assistant (II)-03 Store Assistant (I)-06 Store Assistant (II)-03 Junior Laboratory Assistant (II)-18 Laboratory Assistant (I)-18 Junior Quality Assistant ( II)-06 Quality Assistant (I)-06

What are the important dates for HURL Non Executive Recruitment 2022?

Deadline for submitting applications: May 24, 2022

What are the eligibility criteria for HURL Non Executive Recruitment 2022?

Applicants with the required qualifications including BA/B.SC/B.Com/B.SC in Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics/Three-year full-time degree can apply for these positions.

What are the jobs in HURL Non Executive Recruitment 2022?

Hindustan Urvarak & Rasayan Limited (HURL) has notified various 390 non-executive positions including Junior Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Quality Assistant and others.

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HYDERABAD, India, May 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — IIITH held a workshop on IoT and oneM2M on June 13 and May 14, 2022 under its Academic Research Affiliation Scheme, with support from the India-EU Collaborative Project on ICT Standardization.

The workshop was organized to train students and faculty from affiliated colleges on the topics of IoT, smart cities and oneM2M, encourage them to deploy standards-based solutions in their campuses and promote standards in their course curriculum.

Six colleges that participated in this workshop were:

  1. G.Narayanamma Institute of Technology and Science (GNITS), HyderabadTelangana
  2. Vasavi College engineering (VCE), HyderabadTelangana
  3. Hyderabad Institute of Technology and Management (HITAM), HyderabadTelangana
  4. KG Reddy College engineering and technology, HyderabadTelanagana
  5. St. Vincent Pallotti College engineering, Nagpur, Maharashtra
  6. Saintgits College of Engineering, Kottayam, Kerala

A total of 115 students and 18 professors from these six colleges participated in the workshop, which consisted of two days of lectures and practical sessions. These students had already followed a MOOC on oneM2M online, where they were accompanied by IIITH mentors for practical sessions. The lectures were conducted by the IIITH faculty, and an invited lecture was given by Prof. Thierry MonteilIRIT, Toulouse, France.

Another agenda of this workshop was for the participants to take the solution built on air pollution monitoring using IoT and oneM2M and deploy it in their colleges. The students enjoyed the class sessions and enthusiastically participated in the project sessions. The students formed 30 teams, with 4-5 students in each team. All the teams have successfully completed the IoT and oneM2M based air pollution monitor and now these teams will deploy these devices in their colleges and nearby areas.

About IIIT-Hyderabad:

The International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad (IIIT-H) is an autonomous research university founded in 1998 that focuses on key areas of information technology, such as computing, electronics, and communications, and their applications in other fields through to interdisciplinary research that has greater social impact. Some of his research areas include visual information technologies, human language technologies, data engineering, VLSI and embedded systems, computer architecture, wireless communications, algorithms and computer security. information, robotics, building science, earthquake engineering, computational natural sciences and bioinformatics, education technologies, power systems, informatics in agriculture and e-governance.

Website: www.iiit.ac.in

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SOURCE International Institute of Information Technology – Hyderabad

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Ancient science is part of the engineering textbook – The New Indian Express https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/ancient-science-is-part-of-the-engineering-textbook-the-new-indian-express/ Sat, 14 May 2022 06:23:00 +0000 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/ancient-science-is-part-of-the-engineering-textbook-the-new-indian-express/

Express press service

NEW DELHI: Introduction to Vedas, Puranas, Sanskrit, ancient sciences, engineering, astronomy, town planning and architecture will now be part of a new textbook for students of engineering and science who take a compulsory non-credit course on Indian Knowledge Systems (IKS).

The textbook, slated for release by Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Monday, is part of the centre’s plan to roll out the new higher education curriculum which emphasizes the knowledge system Indian (IKS) as recommended by the National Education Policy (NEP).

The new textbook follows the introduction of a compulsory non-credit course on IKS announced by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) in 2018.

The course was launched, but it was felt that there were no “authentic and well-researched” manuals available on IKS.

The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore developed the program and prepared the manual in association with SVYASA Yoga Institute, Bengaluru, and Chinmaya Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Ernakulam.
A panel of experts reviewed the textbook “Introduction to Concepts and Applications of Indian Knowledge System” written by B Mahadevan, Professor at IIM Bangalore and Founding Vice-Chancellor of Chinmaya Vishwa Vidyapeeth (University of Sanskrit and Indian Traditions).

The 417-page English textbook will cost 795 rupees. It is planned to have it translated into Hindi soon.
The book aims to fill the void by providing a required course on IKS, the author said. “The proposed textbook aims to introduce the epistemology and ontology of IKS to engineering and science students in a way that they can understand, appreciate and explore further.”

Anil Sahasrabudhe, President of AICTE, said in the foreword: “The formal Indian education system inherited from British policymakers, known as the Macaulian system, has kept the heritage of ancient Indian knowledge out of reach of budding young students, citing reasons of lack of rigor and scientific value.

“Our (Indian) is the only surviving and remaining ancient civilization with a huge repository of knowledge created by the ancestors, which can bring great value to any society.”

Professor Subhash Kak, Regents Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Oklahoma State University-Stillwater, also wrote a foreword. He said the book will provide students with “an excellent introduction to the amazing breadth and depth of Indian scientific tradition and knowledge”.

The co-authors of the manual are Vinayak Rajat Bhat, Associate Professor at Center for IKS, Chanakya University, Bengaluru, and Nagendra Pavana RN, with School of Vedic Knowledge Systems at Chinmaya Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Ernakulam.

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Lunar water could come from Earth’s atmosphere https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/lunar-water-could-come-from-earths-atmosphere/ Sun, 08 May 2022 14:25:42 +0000 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/lunar-water-could-come-from-earths-atmosphere/

Not all of the moon’s water comes from its own surface; part of it is sealed off from Earth’s atmosphere, according to new research by Scientists at the University of Alaska’s Fairbanks Geophysical Institute published last month.

Water present for future lunar explorers

That’s good news for NASA’s Project Artemis, the planned long-term human presence on the moon, which will rely heavily on the moon’s water supply.

“As NASA’s Artemis team plans to build a base camp at the south pole of the Moon, water ions that appeared many eons ago on Earth can be used in the astronauts’ life support system. “, said Gunther Kletetschka, associate research professor at the UAF Geophysical Institute. statement.

The researcher and his team estimated that the moon’s polar regions could contain up to 3,500 cubic kilometers – 840 cubic miles – or more of surface permafrost or underground liquid water. These deposits, they further speculate, were not created locally, but rather emerged from ions that escaped Earth’s atmosphere.

Kletetschka and his colleagues suggest that hydrogen and oxygen ions are deposited on the moon as it passes through the tail of Earth’s magnetosphere. These findings are further confirmed by recent measurements by several space agencies – NASA, European Space Agency, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and Indian Space Research Organization – which revealed a large amount of ions forming water present during the transit of the moon through this part of the magnetosphere.

Many water sources

That’s not the only way the moon has accumulated water, though. Some of them are believed to have deposited by asteroids and comets that collided with the Moon during a period known as the Late Heavy Bombardment around 3.5 billion years ago.

Additionally, the solar wind is also a source of water on the moon because it carries oxygen and hydrogen ions, which may have combined and deposited as water molecules. No matter where it’s from, the fact that there’s water on the moon is good news for space explorers.

The study is published in the journal Scientific reports.

Abstract:

Our Moon periodically moves through Earth’s magnetic tail which contains terrestrial ions of hydrogen and oxygen. A possible density contrast may have been discovered which may be consistent with the presence of an aqueous phase of potential terrestrial origin. Using new gravity aspects (descriptors) derived from the harmonic potential coefficients of the Moon’s gravity field, we discovered gravity strike angle anomalies that point to aqueous phase locations in the polar regions of the moon. Our analysis suggests that impact cratering processes were responsible for a specific pore space network that was subsequently filled with water-phase fill volumes of permafrost in the lunar subsurface. In this work we suggest the accumulation of up to ~3000 km3 of the Earth’s water phase (Earth’s atmospheric escape) now filling the wide-pore regolith, part of which is distributed along the impact zones of the Moon’s polar regions. These unique locations serve as potential resource utilization sites for future landings and habitat exploration (eg, NASA’s Artemis Plan targets).

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Civil engineering assistant professor receives $3 million research grant from US Army Corps of Engineers https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/civil-engineering-assistant-professor-receives-3-million-research-grant-from-us-army-corps-of-engineers/ Fri, 06 May 2022 05:12:08 +0000 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/civil-engineering-assistant-professor-receives-3-million-research-grant-from-us-army-corps-of-engineers/



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Cameron Murray, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering

Cameron Murray, an assistant professor of civil engineering whose research interests include structural concrete and quick-setting cements, recently received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to research new solutions to structural problems. military infrastructure. This award is the largest single award in the history of the University of Arkansas Civil Engineering program. Murray, along with colleagues and students in the civil engineering department, will work to develop alternative materials for the rapid repair and construction of concrete structures and pavements, heat-resistant pavement materials, new resistant concrete explosion protection and methods for evaluating and mitigating the alkali-silica reaction (ASR) in concrete.

A strength test on a concrete beam

The two-year project will see Murray’s team collaborate with the Army Corps of Engineers’ research arm, the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC). The site for this project, the 37,400 square foot Grady E. Harvell Civil Engineering Center (CEREC), which opened in July 2021, will benefit greatly from the equipment that will be integrated into the lab. The CEREC facility allows faculty and students to construct and test large-scale structural concrete with a variety of methods, including under impact loads. Murray and his team will perform tests and research that very few institutions across the country will be able to conduct thanks to the CEREC facility and this grant. Along with research conducted at the Fayetteville campus, students will be able to visit the ERDC in Vicksburg, Mississippi and present research findings at conferences.

This advanced concrete research and development project will consist of five tasks, all related to concrete infrastructure.

  • Understand how quick-setting cement behaves in extreme cold and heat conditions.
  • To develop magnesium cement mixes that are more resistant to extreme heat and more environmentally friendly than standard portland cement, currently the most commonly used cement in the world. Portland cement can take up to a month to reach full strength and is responsible for a large amount of CO2 emissions.
  • Develop techniques for rapid repair of concrete structures.
  • Investigate blast/impact resistance on self-restraining ultra-high performance concrete.
  • Investigate test methods for the rapid characterization of the alkali-silica reaction (ASR).

Most of the project objectives target military applications, but the work should also apply to most civilian infrastructure. Concrete is an integral part of today’s society. “One thing I always try to impress with my students when teaching reinforced concrete design is how important concrete is to our modern way of life,” says Murray. “It is the second most used material on Earth behind water.”

This isn’t Murray’s first recognition for his research into concrete. He recently received the Walter P. Moore, Jr. Faculty Achievement Award from the American Concrete Institute at their Spring 2022 convention in Orlando, Florida. This award recognizes faculty members for excellence and innovation in the teaching of concrete design, materials, or construction. Murray is the first faculty member from the University of Arkansas to earn this recognition. To learn more about Cameron Murray’s research, please visit www.camerondmurray.com.

About the Department of Civil Engineering: The Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Arkansas was established in 1897 when the College of Engineering clarified the separation of civil and mechanical engineering degrees. The department maintains accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and ranks in the top 10% of civil engineering schools nationwide according to Best Engineering Schools. The department earned $2.7 million in fellowships in fiscal year 2020, while our graduates earn an average starting salary of $68,000. To learn more about the Department of Civil Engineering, visit our website.

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What’s beyond 5G? Special issue of highl magazine https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/whats-beyond-5g-special-issue-of-highl-magazine/ Wed, 04 May 2022 02:09:09 +0000 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/whats-beyond-5g-special-issue-of-highl-magazine/

Drones may soon be responsible for sending digital data signals back from senders to receivers, according to a new collection of peer-reviewed research papers on the role of reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RIS) in advancing wireless communications.

Organized worldwide by an international editorial board, this special issue was published on April 29 in Intelligent and converged networksa journal published jointly by Tsinghua University Press and the International Telecommunication Union, the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies.

“RIS is a new emerging physical layer technology in wireless communication,” said Linglong Dai, associate professor of electronic engineering at Tsinghua University in China and editor of the special issue. Dai is also affiliated with the Beijing National Research Center for Information Science and Technology.

In basic wireless communications, a transmitter sends a signal encoded with information on a specific frequency to a receiver, such as local news to a specific radio station. The signal, however, may be blocked, scrambled, or lost over the distance between the start and the intended end of the communication. More advanced wireless communications improve on this by bouncing signals: a signal travels from a base transceiver – which both transmits and receives messages – to a mobile transceiver, which bounces it at an angle defined towards the customer, bypassing obstacles. Now in 5G, transceivers can contain multiple antennas to transmit and receive multiple signals over multiple channels for multiple clients while minimizing interference between them.

RIS, a thin-plate array of individually programmable and controllable components, customizes the efficiency and clarity of 5G, according to Dai. Each piece of the RIS can be adjusted independently to achieve the exact bounce angle required by the signals.

“RIS promises a paradigm shift for wireless communications, where the wireless propagation environment can be dynamically controlled, which is significantly different from the conventional design that focuses only on the transmitter and receiver,” said Dai said. “But, although the number of publications on SIFs has increased sharply, there are still many problems that are difficult to study in depth.”

To highlight potential solutions to barriers to SIF progress, the researchers selected eight research papers for inclusion.

“After a strict review process, we selected the included papers – submitted by some of the best-known groups in this field – based on their technical relevance and merits in advancing the practicality of this technology,” Dai said. “In this special issue, many hot topics on RIS technology and techniques have been well studied, such as performance analysis and optimization, channel strength and security, integration into systems current wireless devices and an overview of current RIS hardware and potential system prototyping.”

According to Dai, the editors intend for the special issue to provide insight into the breadth and depth of current research on SIFs.

“We hope that through the efforts of our special issue, researchers will be inspired to continue advancing RIS technology, bringing a paradigm shift to developing 6G wireless communications for the foreseeable future,” Dai said.

Other editors for the special issue include Chan-Byoung Chai, School of Integrated Technology, Yonsei Institute of Convergence Technology, Yonsei University, Korea; Shi Jin, National Mobile Communications Research Laboratory, Southeastern University, China; Marco Di Renzo, Paris-Saclay University, CNRS, CentraleSupélec, Signals and Systems Laboratory; and Rui Zhang, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore. Dai, Chai, Di Renzo, and Zhang are members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and Jin is a senior member.

The articles accepted by this special number are listed below:

[1] Reconfigurable smart surfaces for wireless communications: overview of hardware designs, channel models, and estimation techniques. DOI: https://doi.org/10.23919/ICN.2022.0005. Intelligent and Converged Networks, April 29, 2022.

[2] Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface-Assisted Wireless Communications: An Overview. DOI: https://doi.org/10.23919/ICN.2022.0007. Intelligent and Converged Networks, April 29, 2022.

[3] Maximized dirty paper encoding rate of RIS-assisted multi-user MIMO broadcast channels. DOI: https://doi.org/10.23919/ICN.2022.0004. Intelligent and Converged Networks, April 29, 2022.

[4] Performance analysis of reconfigurable intelligent surface-assisted systems under channel aging. DOI: https://doi.org/10.23919/ICN.2022.0002. Smart and Converged Grids, Apr 229. 2022.

[5] User cooperation for secure MIMO systems assisted by IRS. DOI: https://doi.org/10.23919/ICN.2022.0001. Intelligent and Converged Networks, April 29, 2022.

[6] Massive reconfigurable smart surface assisted access without subsidy. DOI: https://doi.org/10.23919/ICN.2022.0009. Intelligent and Converged Networks, April 29, 2022.

[7] Reconfigurable intelligent surface-based hybrid precoding for THz communications. DOI: https://doi.org/10.23919/ICN.2022.0003. Intelligent and Converged Networks, April 29, 2022.

[8] Aerial intelligent reflective surface for secure wireless networks: privacy capability and optimal trajectory strategy. DOI: https://doi.org/10.23919/ICN.2022.0020. Intelligent and Converged Networks, April 29, 2022.

These articles are also available on SciOpen (https://www.sciopen.com/home) by Tsinghua University Press.

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Hawke’s Bay clinical engineer told girls not to do electrical engineering https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/hawkes-bay-clinical-engineer-told-girls-not-to-do-electrical-engineering/ Mon, 02 May 2022 01:21:15 +0000 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/hawkes-bay-clinical-engineer-told-girls-not-to-do-electrical-engineering/ Ashlea Morris, newest member of the Hawke’s Bay DHB clinical engineering team, has achieved her full registration, stands outside the Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers Memorial Hospital. Photo / Provided

A young clinical engineering technician makes leaps into the male-led field.

The 24-year-old just got her electrical registration at Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital.

Originally from Auckland, Ashlea Morris loves problem solving and all things tech and has even been appointed mid-level electrical manager.

Engineering was therefore a natural choice.

When Morris sat down to enroll in graduate school in electrical engineering, a course adviser suggested she switch to civil engineering because: “Girls don’t do electrical engineering.”

Now Morris is a clinical engineering technician at Hastings and is advocating for more people to pursue their careers.

She said, looking back, it’s lucky she ignored that advice.

With determination, she obtained her degree in clinical engineering at the Manukau Institute of Technology in Auckland.

In 2019, the graduate moved to Hawke’s Bay to begin working full time as an intern at Hawke’s Bay Hospital.

Medical equipment testing forms the bulk of Moriss’ role at Hawke’s Bay DHB.

Legally, hospital medical equipment must be tested annually to ensure that it is safe and poses no risk to the patient when using it.

The new technician’s job also includes diagnosing and repairing equipment problems and assisting with the purchase of new equipment. A typical day might be spent in the wards, at his office, or visiting patients.

Ashlea Morris, a clinical engineering technician with the Hawke's Bay District Health Board, studies an ECG machine that was sent to her team for repair.  Photo / Provided
Ashlea Morris, a clinical engineering technician with the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board, studies an ECG machine that was sent to her team for repair. Photo / Provided

“I don’t know many other girls my age who enjoy their jobs as much as I do,” Morris said.

She explained that not many women become clinical engineers, so naturally she became an advocate for more women to sue him.

Upon completing his internship at Middlemore, Morris realized that only two of the 25 engineers were women.

The importance of clinical engineering caught his attention after he witnessed a presentation by a clinical engineering officer from Manukau Counties DHB on the need for more graduates.

“Before, I didn’t even know the quarry existed,” Morris said.

During her first year of her degree, she was the only student studying clinical engineering, with only two behind me and maybe three ahead of her.

Due to a lack of applicants, tertiary courses in clinical engineering are hard to come by now.

Morris said those interested in the career should study electronics and information technology.

“A lot of people in my role started out doing electronics and found their way here,” she said.

“Resilience is crucial for the role.

“Hospital equipment can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, which means that if major equipment breaks down, there are often no spares.

Clinical engineers work in real-time patient environments, constantly focusing on regular maintenance and quickly dealing with repairs.

Steyn Van Der Spuy, head of clinical engineering at DHB, said it was great to help Morris get his full registration.

He added that the young engineer is an example of one of the many training opportunities DHB offers to help people pursue careers in the healthcare industry.

Like many healthcare careers, clinical engineering is an aging workforce and in desperate need of more graduates, the director of clinical engineering said.

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Mobile robot company J-Elephant secures nearly 100 million yuan in angel and pre-A funding – Pandaily https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/mobile-robot-company-j-elephant-secures-nearly-100-million-yuan-in-angel-and-pre-a-funding-pandaily/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 08:57:26 +0000 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/mobile-robot-company-j-elephant-secures-nearly-100-million-yuan-in-angel-and-pre-a-funding-pandaily/

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Beijing mobile robot maker J-Elephant Technology Co., Ltd. announced on Wednesday that it had secured nearly 100 million yuan ($15.2 million) in angel and pre-A funding rounds. The Angel Round included joint contributions from Sequoia China Seed Fund, Legend Star and Sinovation Ventures. The pre-A round saw joint contributions from Linear Capital and Challenjers Venture, and co-investors were existing shareholders Sequoia Capital and Legend Star.

J-Elephant was established in January 2020, incubated by the Artificial Intelligence Engineering Institute of Sinovation Ventures. It is a robot company developing products for smart manufacturing. Lu Feng, founder and CEO of the company, brings 15 years of experience in the field of robotics. He once held senior positions at Alibaba DAMO Academy and the Artificial Intelligence Engineering Institute of Sinovation Ventures, and has led the development of many cutting-edge robotic technologies and products in China and abroad.

J-Elephant has launched three versions of standardized autonomous mobile forklift robots, which can meet customers’ needs for automatic transportation of goods of different sizes. The new funds are mainly for R&D and improving the production capacity of autonomous mobile robots (AMR) for forklifts.

J-Elephant also provides platform-based material handling robots, JMS industrial intelligent digital platforms and integrated intelligent logistics solutions for software and hardware. These could be applied to the entire process of material circulation in manufacturing.

SEE ALSO: Chinese education and entertainment robot company KEYi Technology secures new funding

The company’s new generation of AMR unmanned forklifts have been used by many Fortune 500 companies, primarily for transporting medium to large sized goods, spanning the pharmaceutical, food, semiconductor and other industries. Feng said the company will launch more products in the cold chain industry in the future.

Logistics is an important link in the manufacturing process. During production, about 75% of the time is spent on storage, loading and unloading, and waiting for processing and transportation. In addition, logistics costs account for around 30% of total production costs in the manufacturing sector. Along with smart manufacturing, automation represents the general trend of the future logistics industry.

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Newly Certified Sustainable Offices at McGill: Spring 2022 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/newly-certified-sustainable-offices-at-mcgill-spring-2022/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 17:33:55 +0000 https://www.innovation-engineering.co.uk/newly-certified-sustainable-offices-at-mcgill-spring-2022/

Celebrating a sustainable spring can mean more than just starting seedlings.

For three McGill workplaces, a sustainable spring has meant a recommitment to integrating sustainable practices into their daily lives, at home and in the office, with the Sustainable Workplace Certification Program. From developing a better understanding of the social dimension of sustainability to learning how to further reduce waste, these teams have used the program to find sustainable habits that work for them.

Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (TISED) – Bronze

Numbernumber of team members: 4

Sustainability goal: Improving our habits and environment at work and at home, and finding new team-building initiatives to promote sustainability at McGill.

Sustainability is a core principle of the Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (TISED).

“TISED’s mission is to catalyze innovative engineering and design solutions to overcome local and global sustainability challenges,” explained Ambassador Parisa Hassani.

While TISED offers McGill engineering students interdisciplinary course options, research funding, and opportunities to participate in symposia, lectures, and conferences, the team behind the Institute felt it was all equally important to embody the values ​​of sustainability in its daily work. .

With bronze-level certification, the team has committed to actions such as prioritizing reusable tableware at home and in the office, sharing details about proper waste disposal on campus, and planning stepping away from the computer to enjoy each other’s company at lunchtime. .

“Receiving this certification would provide the TISED team with recognition and encouragement to continue playing our part in making McGill University a more sustainable institution,” said Hassani.

Desautels Faculty of Management Master’s Office – Silver

Number of team members: 21

Silver Level Action Example: Work towards achieving gold level certification in 2022

“We achieved Bronze level certification at the end of 2021 and we wanted to build on this momentum and pursue our Silver certification,” explained Ambassador Wesley McCoy.

With silver-level certification, McCoy said his team gained greater “awareness of small actions that can have a big impact on our sustainability.”

“Our team gained a deeper appreciation and awareness to make sustainable choices in their daily lives. Small actions have a big impact,” he said.

McCoy continued that through certification, his team has developed an interest in the three dimensions of sustainability – environmental, economic and social – and how they relate to equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) initiatives. their faculty.

Maude Abbott Medical Museum (MAMM) – Silver

Number of team members: ten

Example of a silver level action: create a medicinal garden in the unused planters in front of the Strathcona building.

“We wanted to challenge ourselves and our colleagues to be more deliberate in our actions,” said Callum Mullen, Sustainable Workplace Ambassador.

Research practices undertaken by MAMM team members inherently produce waste, Mullen said. Going forward with the certification program, “we have sought to reduce the waste that we produce as a team to try to bring some of these practices back into our own classrooms, labs and groups of friends.”

Through their participation in the Sustainable Workplace Certification Program, Mullen said these practices have become a habit.

“With Bronze certification under our belt, we rarely have to think about sustainability practices, it has become second nature,” Mullen said. We are happy to implement changes and encourage other teams to do the same.

The Sustainable Workplace Certification Program includes environmental, economic and social action elements to inspire lasting change at work and at home. Learn more here.

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