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Presented By: University Career Center

Virtual Learning Event: Systems Engineering & Project Management

Join us for a virtual tech talk hosted by our program, AI Futures. This event will feature Dr. Stephen Mastro, a distinguished senior engineer and Deputy Chief Technology Officer at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Philadelphia. Dr. Mastro will share his insights on systems engineering, project management, and the latest advancements in power andenergy, mechanical systems, sensors, and materials.How to Join:Start your registration with the provided link and check your email for further instructions!About the Speaker:Stephen Mastro, Ph.D., is a senior engineer and the Deputy Chief Technology Officer of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (U.S. Navy). Dr. Mastro's extensive career began in 1987, focusing on ship silencing and vibration analysis. Over the years,he has contributed significantly to test and evaluation, in-service engineering for shipboard instrumentation and sensors, and systems engineering. His current role involves advising and executing an internal R&D program valued at $20M, covering areas such as power and energy, mechanics, fluid thermal science, cybersecurity, and other technical domains.Dr. Mastro is the author and co-author of 30 papers and seven U.S. patents. He actively participates in the American Society of Naval Engineers(ASNE) and the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Additionally, he holds adjunct teaching appointments at Villanova University, Drexel University, and Temple University and serves on the Industrial Advisory Boards of the Mechanical Engineering Department at Villanova University and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Temple University.

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