J.T. Trollman

Class of 2006


  • Monologue in a Landscape: Not a garden for Carnegie Mellon

    The Kraus Campo, a new installation on the roof of the Posner Center dubbed "both a garden-as-sculpture and a sculpture-as-garden," is a devastating failure. Inaugurated this past Friday, it is surprising that a sculpture as short-sighted as the Campo has been in planning by acclaimed artist Mel Bochner and architect Michael Van Valkenburgh since 2002.

    Forum | October 18, 2004
  • SpaceShipOne takes second flight after two week break

    Today, the frontiers of space travel might once again be shattered. This morning in the Mojave Desert of California, $10 million will rest upon whether one team's efforts and years of engineering can successfully launch a manned ship into space and return it safely back to earth. If not, Burt Rutan and his team's ship, SpaceShipOne, will return to the drawing boards, and 23 other teams will rush t...

    SciTech | October 4, 2004
  • MagLev it to Beaver

    The Port Authority of Allegheny County has received an additional $1.9 million towards a proposed 54-mile "maglev" project. The Port Authority entered into this grant agreement with the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) this past Friday, according to Port Authority spokesperson Bob Grove. The maglev project, which involves using strong magnetic fields to suspend and propel a train along a spec...

    SciTech | September 27, 2004
  • The Fabulous Fab Lab

    Researchers at Carnegie Mellon compete with those at MIT on a yearly basis. However, lately MIT has also been aspiring to a higher ideal: Star Trek.

    SciTech | September 20, 2004
  • How Things Work: Digital Cameras

    The Kodak Brownie revolutionized photography in 1900 when it was introduced, promising both cheaper and far simpler means to produce a photograph. It brought photography to the masses.

    SciTech | September 13, 2004

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