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James Cameron and the “Engineering Hack”

James Cameron, renowned director of the film Titanic, was recently featured in a Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution video, where he joined a panel of incredible people to discuss the revolutionary technologies and engineering feats that enable researchers to explore the ocean like never before. Aside from his revolutionary filmography, Cameron has become a well-known pioneer […]

Dr. Robert Ballard and the ROV Little Hercules

Dr. Robert Ballard is one of the most acclaimed and accomplished figures in subsea exploration and his renowned work in the industry requires little introduction. A pioneer in the subsea industry, Dr. Ballard is well-known for his 1985 discovery of the RMS Titanic and 1986 exploration of the Titanic, where he teamed up with WHOI […]

Alvin Upgrades

    Engineered Syntactic Systems (ESS) has been a key contributor in the Alvin upgrade, producing the new 6500 meter rated syntactic buoyancy material as well as the manufacturing of the individual components. ESS staff have worked closely with the WHOI Alvin team on all aspects of the buoyancy production.   Bruce Strickrott, Woods Hole […]

Webinar – Syntactic Foams: An Update From Research and Industry

NYU Tandon will be hosting it’s first Zoom webinar in the Syntactic Foams Series on December 4th, 2020, 10-11AM EST. Register for free on eventbrite Noel Tessier is one of the Founders and Technical Director of CMT Materials, Inc. and Engineered Syntactic Systems, LLC. BS in Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University and MS in Plastics Engineering, […]