Students involved with the Brain-Machine Interface workshop at Capitol Technology University are experimenting with technologies of the fut
Student Engineer Spotlight: Kimberly Frost
Engineer’s week 2019 is here, and Capitol engineering students from all specializations are coming together to make it a great week full of learning, community, and geeking-out together.
Behind the Bot: The Story of our R2 Unit
He’s the king of beeps and boops. He’s that famous blue droid. He’s made out of a large old Pepsi container and some odd bits lying around the lab. He’s R2-D2 – or at least our version of him.
Why Engineering? We Asked Our Experts.
It is National Engineers Week and Capitol is celebrating! We’re looking forward to continuing a fun week of building, making, and learning with our on-campus engineering clubs and organizations.
Career opportunities for mechatronics engineers
What can you do with a mechatronics engineering degree? A better question might be “what can’t you do?”
Radio: Still Essential After All These Years
Machine Learning: The Cost of Decisions
By Jason M. Pittman, DSc
Capitol Tech launches new doctoral program in aviation
Are you an aviation professional with sights set on a doctoral degree? Have you been unable to enroll in a PhD program due to time constraints or professional responsibilities?
What is it like to be an ethical hacker?
Cybersecurity professionals pursuing a career as an ethical hacker describe it as challenging but also rewarding and fun. Nathan Wray, an ethical hacker and Cybersecurity Professor at Capitol Tech, fills in some of the details.
Smart glasses and VR: Boeing engineer’s PhD research explores horizons in aviation industry tech