Archinoetics was an invited industry representative at the University of Hawaii’s Head Start program on August 19, 2011. The program gives incoming freshmen and transfer students, along with their families, a formal introduction to engineering at UH Manoa. Industry representatives gave the students insight into the engineering and tech industries in Hawaii. Engineers from Archinoetics [...]
On June 21 and June 22, Archinoetics hosted students from the UH Pacific Alliance program, which serves individuals with disabilities, and the UH College of Engineering internship program. Students learned about mechanical engineering and saw the 3D printer, heard about careers in software engineering and graphic design, learned more about hardware engineer from circuit design [...]
We wish our congratulations to our COO Traci Downs, who was named a finalist in the Pacific Business News “Women Who Mean Business” awards. The awards recognition business leaders in Hawaii in the for-profit industry. Read the announcement on PBN’s website.
Today, Archinoetics and Fatigue Science hosted 25 students from McKinley, Roosevelt, and Farrington High Schools. We showed them some of the work that engineers and scientists perform on a daily basis in the hopes of inspiring careers in the technology fields. Students saw the 3D printer create parts, watched an engineer work on a circuit [...]
Today, Archinoetics participated in the Women in Technology GIS/GPS Day at the Bishop Museum as part of the Young Professionals panel. We shared with students the uses of GIS and GPS in the technologies that we develop.