Controlling Interests Editors' Blog
Anybody remember the Tohoku earthquake? No? Here’s a hint. Fukushima-Daiichi. Now do you remember? April 7, 2011. The earthquake struck Japan, and in the subsequent tsunami, upwards of 18,500 people, their towns and livelihoods were literally swept away.
My recent customer service experiences with Powertrip and SOG are lessons we all need to learn.
Engineers and scientists at CERN, home of the Large Hadron Collider, the Higgs Boson (the God particle), and the World Wide Web aren't always known for being really, really funny guys and gals. Tonight they plan on changing that.
Joe Kaulfersch provides the Second Best Einstein Story Ever!
Joe Kaulfersch tries to outdo himself with another great humor post for engineers.
Joe Kaulfersch, Control's designated humorist, treats us to some more engineering humor. If you are an engineer, it's funny. If you aren't, we can tell by the blank stare.
Today is Nancy Bartel's birthday, an event that gives me a chance to reflect on the importance of competence and teamwork.
Yeungnam University Student Uses Dynamic Simulation Software to Optimise the Natural Gas Liquefaction Process, Improve Energy Efficiency and Reduce Costs, and wins 2013 Unisim Design Challenge for Asia Pacific region
Metso to upgrade Délipapier's automation to boost availability and tissue production performance at its Tissue Plant #1 in Frouard, France.
The huge fusion power proof of concept project called ITER will go online in a few years and expects to provide practical fusion power --but they're ready if things go wrong.