Engineering Out Loud
By Oregon State University College of Engineering
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From the College of Engineering at Oregon State University, this is "Engineering Out Loud"—a podcast telling the stories of how our research and innovation here are helping change the world out there.
||CleanSeason 4, Episode 6: Collaboration to Catch Hackers||Cyberattacks are getting more frequent, bigger, and more destructive. New research at Oregon State University aims to stop hackers by combining the muscle power of artificial intelligence with the brains of cybersecurity experts. The project is led...||11/8/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 4, Episode 5: Partners Preparing for the Big One||How can we prepare most effectively for the Cascadia subduction zone earthquake? An interactive website called O-HELP, developed by Oregon State researchers, zooms in to any point in Oregon and displays the various risks, giving planning...||11/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 4, Episode 4: Partners in Extreme Wave Modeling||How do you forecast and model huge waves in the open ocean? As part of the National Marine Renewable Energy Center, researchers at Oregon State University and the University of Washington are modeling and forecasting extreme waves to help inform wave...||10/25/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 4, Episode 3: Partners in Nuclear Power||Is it possible to revolutionize nuclear power in the United States? Oregon State Nuclear Engineering Professor Jose Reyes co-founded NuScale Power to do just that. He's joined by fellow Oregon State Nuclear Engineering Professors Qiao Wu and Todd...||10/19/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 4, Episode 2: Partners in Networking Speed||Are faster networks with more users and devices possible? Researchers at Oregon State with help from Tektronix are advancing technologies to push the boundaries of speed in data collection and transmission. Matt Johnston, Arun Natarajan, and Tejasvi...||10/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 4, Episode 1: Chemical Bonds-Forging Partnerships with Thailand's PTT||Goran Jovanovic, professor of chemical engineering at Oregon State, was interested in finding ways to convert carbon dioxide into useful products using renewable energy. When the U.S. Department of Energy rejected a proposal in 2005, Jovanovic sent...||10/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 3, Episode 4: Magnetic Materials for Medicine||What are magnetic nanoparticles and how can they be used in medicine? Oregon State Associate Professor Pallavi Dhagat and graduate student Phil Lenox explain the very sensitive techniques they are developing using magnetic nanoparticles to detect a...||6/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 3, Episode 3: Sensors from the Sea||Biosensor technology is used to detect a wide variety of substances — from drugs, to cancer biomarkers, to chemical contaminants in our food and drinking water. Diatoms — tiny, single-celled plants found in water all over the planet — are...||6/5/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 3, Episode 2: Enforcing the CTBT with CZT||How do you prove someone tested a nuclear weapon? Researchers, Steven Czyz, Lily Ranjbar, and Salam Alhawsawi from the Radiation Detection Group at Oregon State are developing devices smaller than Pop-Tarts that use the metallic alloy CZT to detect...||5/24/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 3, Episode 1: From Toy Story to Tumors||Advances in 3D graphics have made movies and video games more realistic, but can also have an impact on science. Associate Professor Eugene Zhang and Assistant Professor Yue Zhang describe their research to help medical doctors better target cancerous..||5/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 2, Episode 6: Change & ChickTech||It’s no secret that women and minorities have historically been underrepresented in science and engineering and have faced a lot of bias upon entering those fields. But what is Oregon State University doing to change that? To find out, we talk to...||4/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 2, Episode 5: Inside & Outside||In this week's episode, we feature two stories from the Oregon State Robotics Group. Ravi Balasubramanian, mechanical engineering assistant professor, is designing robo-inspired implantable mechanisms to improve orthopedic surgeries of all types--with..||3/27/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 2, Episode 4: Lenses & Limbs||In this episode, we hear from Greg Herman, professor of chemical engineering, about a sensor he's developed that has the potential to monitor glucose levels via a contact lens. In Part 2, we explore the research of John Mathews, professor and head of...||3/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 2, Episode 3: Stoves & Sopes||Nordica MacCarty, a faculty member in the Humanitarian Engineering Program at Oregon State, talks about improving the lives of women and children in the developing world through cleaner-burning cook stove technology. We also follow the unlikely...||3/8/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 2, Episode 2: By Air & By Land||In part one, we’ll uncover the extreme challenges of air travel for people with disabilities, the risky measures they take in order to fly, and the serious harm they face every time they board an aircraft. And we’ll meet Associate Professor...||3/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 2, Episode 1: Polyphony of Inclusivity||Inclusivity means listening to all voices — creating a beautiful polyphonic sound. Learn about Distinguished Professor Margaret Burnett’s mission to change the way software is designed to be more gender inclusive. Also, meet her former...||2/23/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 1, Episode 6: Hearts & Phantoms||In part one, we meet computer science Assistant Professor Stephen Ramsey, who uses computational modeling to look deep into the human genome. His goal: predict who among us is more susceptible to heart disease. The information could determine not only..||12/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 1, Episode 5: Odds & Ends||The Monte Carlo method conjures images of a suave gambler beating the house in Monaco. In reality, Monte Carlo methods are computational algorithms that use randomness to solve problems. In this episode we hear from Todd Palmer, professor of...||12/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 1, Episode 4: Inspection & Direction||In this episode, we find out how researchers are utilizing unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) to gather data. Dr. Dan Gillins, affiliated faculty member, along with his brother Matt Gillins, a graduate student at Oregon State, is conducting research...||12/7/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 1, Episode 3: Lock & Key||The age of Big Data and cloud computing has created greater demand for advanced cryptography. To store data on the cloud safely it must be encrypted; in order to use the data it needs to be decrypted, at which point it becomes vulnerable to attacks....||11/29/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 1, Episode 2: Sea & Sky||Xiaoli Fern, associate professor in computer science, explains how she and her team are using machine learning and bird song recordings to help biologists track bird populations. Plus, Geoff Hollinger, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is..||11/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 1, Episode 1: Pros & Cons||What is data science and engineering? To kick off the podcast season on this topic, Tom Dietterich, distinguished professor of computer science, explains what it is, how it is related to Big Data, and shares his thoughts on the pros and cons.||11/15/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEngineering Out Loud Teaser||The teaser for Engineering Out Loud--a brand new podcast from the College of Engineering at Oregon State University. We're telling the stories of how our research and innovation is helping change the world.||11/8/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Great production quality
The production quality and story-telling in Engineering Out Loud is great! Can't wait to listen to future episodes :)
Informative and enjoyable!
Really well done, and I learned some things!
I've been looking for a good engineering podcast. These stories are interesting and the podcast is well done.