The UTC Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering serves as a hub for world-class research, project-based learning by globally-distributed teams of students, and industrial outreach activities focused on model-based systems engineering (MBSE) of complex systems that are built from, and are dependent on, the synergy of computational and physical components. The convergence of computation, communications, control, and intelligence enables cyberphysical systems (CPS) to have learning and predictive capabilities able to adapt to changing situations. Motivated by the increasing complexity of advanced products and the digital revolution, the Institute trains engineers in urgently needed CPS-related disciplines that are pivotal to innovation and product enhancement in the globally competitive economy. The Institute is positioned to advance the science base of CPS and to accelerate its technological translation into sustained industrial growth.
These booklets were designed to promote the UTC Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering and its many courses offered at UConn. As part of the institute’s rebranding effort, they were part of a larger effort to revitalize and modernize the institute’s image. The pages contained a large amount of content, needing to be informative in addition to maintaining a certain level of visual appeal. The booklet features corresponding images and page structures that are organized in ways that engage the audience and keep them from feeling bored. The simplicity serves to also convey a sense of prestige in addition to creating strong readability that past efforts have suffered from.View the UTC-IASE Brochure