The University of Maryland

Dept of Fire Protection Engineering

is hosting a virtual summer camp!

 

As part of the new FPE Summer Virtual Series, the Engineering Design: Life Safety and Fire Protection virtual camp will offer participants a glimpse into what fire protection engineers do in- and outside of the classroom. Over a 5-day period, high school level participants will learn engineering concepts, participate in experiments and work with engineering software. 

The camp will be taught by FPE Chair, Jim Milke and FPE Clinical Professor, Ken Isman. Additionally, optional post-camp workshops will offer opportunity to learn about the industry from various industry professionals who are also alumni!

Topics will include Fire Behavior, Material Flammability, Life Safety Analysis and Fire Resisteance. Platforms utilized include Zoom, Google Suite, Pathfinder and CFAST.
 

FOLLOW THIS LINK TO REGISTER


 

When: July 27 - 31, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm (EST)

Registration fee: $100

Registration deadline: July 20 (COB)

*Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Send an email to enfp@umd.edu to inquire.

 

Day 1: Introduction to Fire Protection Engineering
Day 2: Fire Behavior
Day 3: Life Safety
Day 4: Detection and Suppression Systems
Day 5: Fire Resistance

 

 

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Nicole Hollywood

Nicole Hollywood

Assistant Director of Student Services
3106D J.M. Patterson Building
301-405-3994
nlholly@umd.edu

Sebastian Chai-Onn

Coordinator for Recruitment, Retention and Outreach
3106C J.M. Patterson Building
301-405-9332
schaionn@umd.edu


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