What is engineering? What are the important aspects of engineering that anybody should know? Can we talk about all this without getting too deep into math? Engineer and researcher Sadhan Sathyaseelan joins the podcast to kick off a series of episodes meant to introduce engineering concepts to anyone, not just the people studying it in college.
Related to this episode:
• Article on Elon Musk on sending people to Mars: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/11/elon-musk-says-mars-spaceship-will-be-ready-for-short-trips-by-first-half-of-2019.html
• University of Texas at Austin Department of Mechanical Engineering: http://www.me.utexas.edu/
• Engineer Your World: http://engineeryourworld.org/
• Fourier transforms, on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourier_transform
• The cover photo in this episode shows pyramids, which Sadhan mentions in the middle of the podcast as an example of possible engineering thinking in ancient times.
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