Mechatronic Art: Melding Engineering and Art in Perfect Balance

Is it art or engineering? What about both?

That’s what students at Florida State University ask themselves each day in Mechatronic Art II. The course looks to combine the artsy with the ergonomic, the interesting with the innovative. It takes students from different disciplines and forces them to collaborate to craft new solutions. Read more

FAMU- FSU Engineering College: A National Leader in Robotics

The Florida A&M University – Florida State University College of Engineering has the distinction of being one of the top robotics engineering schools in the country. It is quite an achievement for the Center for Intelligent Systems, Control, and Robotics, a graduate program center under the College of Engineering that is ranked 11th nationally.... Read more 

CISCOR Director Served As Mentor to FAMU Mechanical Engineering Student Receiving Two Degrees

You don't have to look far to see where Desmond Pressey got his interest in science, engineering and math. His grandfather, Leroy Baker, of Tallahassee, is a retired instructor of electronic engineering technology at Florida A&M University. His uncle, John Baker, graduated from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering. His mother, Carol Pressey, earned a degree in mathematics at FAMU. His father, Roy Pressey, studied information technology and statistics at Baruch College in New York.... Read More

Graduate student Ryan Kopinsky makes the cover of Northwest Florida’s 850 Magazine

If you’re a grad student, you’re probably of the opinion that it’s no easy feat-research papers, conferences, teaching-there’s a lot to the endeavor of pursuing a graduate degree. However, this hasn’t hindered PhD student Ryan Kopinsky from pursuing other goals. Ryan hopes to graduate in Spring 2017, but until then, he is not only juggling the many aspects of grad student life, but he’s already made marks in the tech world... Read more.