Jonathan Calvello

Class of 2018


  • How Things Work: Internet Networks Connect Users

    Since the creation of the Internet, humans have been able to harness it for great purposes, such as creating databases of knowledge, providing pathways of communication, and—most importantly—streaming Netflix. However, there is a lot that occurs between the time when you click on the Internet icon and when the browser pops up. Connecting to the Internet involves a complicated integration of hardwa...

    SciTech | January 25, 2016
  • Novel hardware systems developed to improve prosthesis

    In the United States alone, there are over one million amputees, people who suffer from some sort of limb loss. One of the most difficult things about making life better for these amputees is developing robust, effective prosthesis technology that can supplant the role of regular human limbs. The intricate locomotion and modalities of muscle movement are complex, and these obstacles pose difficult...

    SciTech | December 7, 2015
  • SciTech Briefs

    New software simulates physical sensations

    SciTech | November 23, 2015
  • Atomic bombs embody unique application of atomic energy

    Since the invention of gunpowder, chemical reactions have fueled a plethora of weaponry. None, however, have exhibited effects as deadly or as lasting as the atomic bomb, which was used for the first and only time during World War II when the United States dropped atomic bombs Little Boy and Fat Man on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, respectively. Although no atomic weapons have been used to date s...

    SciTech | November 16, 2015
  • SciTech Briefs

    NASA probe to explore plume of saturn’s moon

    SciTech | November 9, 2015