### Calling all FUTURE ENGINEERS…It’s EWeek 2022!

###### Learn about 5 different types of engineers this week, solve the types of problems they solve, and possibly win a prize! Check back each day this week to find the problems and if you’d like to submit any problems, check with the EY Coordinator at your building. https://www.mathcounts.org/resources/engineers-week

### Monday, Feb. 21: **Geomatics Engineering**

**Geomatics Engineering**

*Geomatics engineers collect data and then analyze and interpret it to find solutions Geomatics engineering plays an important role in construction, transport, communication, mapping and research.*

**Click here for the problems:** https://drive.google.com/file/d/1p3tkRCP3-rBDfzT8hB11_lsWcKmyjFwD/view?usp=sharing

### Tuesday, Feb. 22: **Structural Engineering**

**Structural Engineering**

*Structural engineers design and analyze bridges, buildings and even things like concert stages. Environmental factors, what a structure will be used for and what type of weight will be put on it, and how this all might change from day to day before even beginning a design are all things that a structural engineer must consider.*

**Click here for the problems: **https://www.mathcounts.org/resources/eweek-problem-day-tuesday

### Wednesday, Feb. 23: **Systems & Mechanical Engineering**

**Systems & Mechanical Engineering**

*Systems engineers need to ensure individual sub-systems and components of a large project all work together to perform the overall desired function. Mechanical engineering mostly work in HVAC(heating, ventilation and air conditioning).*

**Click here for the problems: **https://www.mathcounts.org/resources/eweek-problem-day-wednesday

### Thursday, Feb. 24: *Nuclear Engineering*

*What if you could harness the energy that is released by reactions within atoms? That’s what nuclear engineering does! The energy released by reactions within atoms can be used to generate electricity, power transportation systems, and diagnose and treat illnesses.*

**Click here for the problems: **https://www.mathcounts.org/resources/eweek-problem-day-thursday