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MSSE students and faculty at the College of Engineering
The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering was proud to host the Master of Science in systems engineering (MSSE) class for a tour of FSU centers and laboratories in Tallahassee on Friday, 7 June 2019. The MSSE program is part of the Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (IME) department and is housed at the FSU Panama City campus. Daniel Georgiadis, Ph.D., MSSE program coordinator and faculty, arranged this visit.
“The goal of regular visits and coordination between campuses is increased awareness of the ‘state of the art’ engineering resources available to our graduate students,” he said.
Systems engineering, often referred to as “life cycle engineering”, is defined as a methodical, multi-disciplinary approach for the definition, development, deployment, technical management, operations, and retirement of a system.
MSSE students have multi-disciplinary engineering backgrounds including aerospace, ocean, electrical, mechanical, logistics, industrial, and civil engineering. We currently have in-class and online students from Industry and the Department of Defense. Students are working professionals seeking to further their knowledge and practice in systems engineering. We have students from Trane, DRMP Inc., Eglin Air Force Base, and Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division.
Figure 2. MSSE students and faculty tour High-Performance Materials Institute (HPMI)
Figure 3. MSSE students and Faculty tour High-Performance Materials Institute (HPMI), carbon fiber electric vehicle
Figure 4. MSSE student, Devin Ramsey, reviewing 3D printed parts at High-Performance Materials Institute (HPMI)
Figure 5. MSSE students at Center for Intelligent, Systems, Control, and Robotics (CISCOR)
Figure 6. MSSE students, Tia Lilliman, Devin Ramsey, Alex Burgans, and Suzy Houser discuss vertical climbing robot at CISCOR
Figure 7. MSSE students visit Florida Center for Advanced Aero-Propulsion (FCAAP)
Figure 8. MSSE students Dustin Freeburg, Suzy Houser, and Alex Burgans in Anechoic Test Chamber at FCAAP
Figure 9. MSSE students in Anechoic Test Chamber at FCAAP
Figure 10. MSSE program visits Doak Campbell Stadium for lunch in University Club Center