Medical Imaging Careers Careers in medical imaging range from entry-level technologists through advanced scientists holding doctorates. Medical imaging involves the use of highly advanced techniques such as MRI, CAT scan, PET scan and X-rays. Careers are also available in the sales, installation and maintenance of imaging equipment.
Scientific Imaging Careers These scientists use a variety of advanced equipment such as light microscopy, spectroscopy, electron microscopy, and computers to help scientists to better understand and visualize complex models and concepts.
Remote Sensing Imaging Careers Careers in remote sensing involve the science of acquiring information about the earths surface without actually being in contact with it. This is done by sensing and recording reflected or emitted energy and processing, analyzing, and applying that information. Most jobs in this area use computers and satellites.
Film and Gaming Careers Careers in the film and gaming industry require the knowledge of 3D animation, computer graphics, and computer programming.
Informational Visualization Careers Careers in informational visualization involve taking data and presenting it in a way that can better be understood. The knowledge of computer programming is essential. These individuals usually develop new ways to present complex information. Examples of careers include: Data analysis Workflow automation Database management Software development.
Engineering and Manufacturing Careers Engineers apply the theories and principles of science and mathematics to research and develop economical solutions to technical problems. In addition to design and development, many engineers work in testing, production, or maintenance.
Engineering and Manufacturing Careers Engineers supervise production in factories, determine the causes of breakdowns, and test manufactured products to maintain quality. They also estimate the time and cost to complete projects. Most engineers specialize in areas such as electrical, mechanical, nuclear, etc
Industrial Design Careers Industrial design careers originate and develop ideas to design the form of manufactured products and to consult with engineering, marketing, production, and sales representatives to establish design concepts. They may also evaluate design ideas based on factors such as appearance, design-function relationships, ergonomics, serviceability, materials, marketing, and customer requirements.
Graphic Design Graphic design is the process and art of combining text and graphics to communicate an effective message such as in the design of logos, graphics, brochures, newsletters, posters, signs, and any other type of visual communication. Todays graphic designers often use 2D and 3D graphic software and desktop publishing software and techniques to achieve their goals.
Architectural Design Careers in architectural design range from entry-level drafters through individuals holding advanced degrees in architecture. Architects often specialize in residential or industrial design. The knowledge of CAD and 3D software is essential. Architects are experienced in architectural design, process, and construction and are licensed by the state.