A team of engineers design an accurate wearable calorie burn counter
A system made with two inexpensive sensors proves to be more accurate than smartwatches for measuring calories burned during activity.
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Why Aero/Astro at Stanford?
With a history rich with six Guggenheim Medal recipients and 14 living members of the National Academy of Engineering, our faculty and emeriti faculty continue to be among the most highly decorated in the world. However, it is because of our amazingly talented students that we continue to be ranked among the top of all aerospace engineering departments in the nation.
Major in Aero/Astro
Stanford undergraduates may declare a Major in Aeronautics and Astronautics leading to the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics. The principal purpose of this degree is to prepare students who are strongly interested in aerospace for careers in the field.
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Stanford’s Aeronautics and Astronautics department addresses a broad range of technologies to develop systems, design, and analysis methods to further our nation’s aerospace enterprise and improve society.
On behalf of our faculty, staff and students, I welcome you to the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University. We are proud of our culture of innovation and leadership, our alumni, and their exceptional achievements in government, academia, and industry.
— Professor and Chair, Charbel Farhat
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We welcome any gift we can use to further the teaching and research mission of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Every dollar contributed to the department has an impact.