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Welcome to The Art of Engineering Podcast! 

This podcast series explores the evolution of a career in engineering, the overlap of art & engineering, and also promotes engineering outreach and STEM / STEAM in schools.

You can visit us online at www.TAEpodcast.com

Be sure to send questions for "Ask an Engineer" to contact@TAEpodcast.com

 

Key Words: art, engineering, steam, stem, structural, geotechnical

Apr 4, 2018

On the heels of our April-Fools podcast, welcome back and enjoy this interesting session on Japanese whiskey. This is the story of two visionaries, Masataka Taketsuru and Shinjiro Torii, who revolutionized the art of whiskey in Japan. This podcast was recorded as part of a live event at our local structural engineering...


Apr 1, 2018

In this segment we ask the tough questions of the animal kingdom, and their thoughts on engineering. A few animals and even one mythical creature… talk back! This is one episode you won't want to miss!

music for this podcast, track "Endless Motion" by Bensound: 


Oct 30, 2017

Welcome back to our podcast with the second episode of a two-part interview with Professor Christopher S. Stowe, Ph.D., Professor of Military History and War Studies Department Head, Command and Staff College, Marine Corps University. We talk about the start of the United States Army Corps of Engineers and their...


Oct 30, 2017

We are back with Season 3 of our podcast. This is the first episode of a two-part interview with Professor Christopher S. Stowe, Ph.D., Professor of Military History and War Studies Department Head, Command and Staff College, Marine Corps University. We talk about the start of the United States Army Corps of Engineers...


Apr 24, 2017

This episode was recorderd at the 2017 Pacific Southwest Conference (PSWC) April 6, 2017 at the University of California at Irvine. PSWC is an annual event hosted by ASCE student chapters in the Pacific Southwest region, and encourages friendly competition between schools through events such as the concrete canoe and...