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After 90 years of advancing hands-on, technology-focused education, Capitol Technology University continues to play a vital role in helping innovation-minded students, companies, key agencies and the nation anticipate change and reimagine tomorrow.

Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Automotive systems and mechatronics

automotive systems and mechatronics
Henry Ford may have pioneered the assembly line, changing the automotive industry forever, but the field of mechatronics has taken the automotive industry to even greater heights. 

Artificial intelligence & machine learning: a double-edge sword for cybersecurity

cybersecurity in artificial intelligence and machine learning
AI and machine learning technology comes with many benefits, but cybersecurity professionals need to be aware that there is always a potential the technology can be used for harm.
Minority Innovation Weekend

Minority Innovation Weekend - #HackingInnovation

On Saturday 12 October Dr. Bill Butler (Chair of Cybersecurity) was the first speaker in the cybersecurity track for the Minority Innovation Weekend - #HackingInnovation event held at the University of Baltimore, MD.

Signal-9 Success!

Signal-9 Team
On Friday, October 4th, a group of four students from Capitol Technology University attended a Capture The Flag event that Parsons hosts once a month. Signal-9 members look to the scoreboard and see that they placed first!

Alumni Spotlight: Lisa Sedares

lisa sedares, astronautical engineering alum
Lisa Sedares began her first internship at NASA when she was a Capitol Tech student and has been working with the organization ever since. Currently, she represents NASA’s interests as a Project Engineer at The Aerospace Corporation.

Want to Play a Game ̶ In Space?

Want to play a game?
Our Cactus-1 CubeSat pico-satellite will soon be silently zooming its way through space, orbiting Earth every 90 minutes or so. If you're bored and stop by our command center post-launch, you can even play a game against it. Our orbit game is a logic puzzler called Bulls & Cows, often known by its colorful commercial variant "Mastermind".

Join us for Maryland Maker Day!

Join us in celebrating Maryland Maker Day! R.S.V.P to admissions@captechu.edu

Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.

Cybersecurity Awareness Month 19
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)! This year’s overarching message – Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT, from the newly formed Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), sets the stage for a month of exciting cybersecurity-related events all over the nation.

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