Special fields and Interdisciplinary Engineer – There are plenty of traditional, nontraditional, and interdisciplinary fields of engineering. They involve design, architecture, law, business, geography, psychology, and education. Some examples
- Acoustical engineer – develop a state-of-the-art sound studio
- Sports engineer – create equipment that tests the performance of athletes
- “Human Factors engineering,” a fascinating field that takes human behavior and psychology into account in developing products and systems
- Nuclear engineers – develop the methods, instruments, and systems to harness the power of nuclear energy and radiation, from production and transport of fuel, to operation and monitoring of nuclear power stations, to disposal and containment of nuclear waste. They may also work on improving specialized medical imaging techniques.
- interdisciplinary, systems, instruments, measurement, monitor, production