A falling house? - jacob's school of engineering
Virtual Tours by Students
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Okay, Now we're approaching the Jacob School of Engineering. It is a very renowned department here at UCSD, and it is also one of the most unique buildings. Um, as you could see, there is a little house just tilted right on top of the building. That isn't our installation called The Falling Star. It's only open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but it is literally a trip if you go up there like everything is tilted. So you do feel really dizzy, and I felt like what they got off. It's been more than fifty years since it was founded. If you are a structural engineering major computer engineering, Aye, she does Computer engineering do their things here. Well, electrical engineering by engineering, chemical engineering. There are so many engineers here at UCSD, and I do have a friend who is an electrical engineering major. He did have a presentation here, and they built like roller coasters and presented it to the public. Um, they do have, like, videos here that change almost every month. I think this video right here is capturing, um the day that they put the falling star on top of the building. So it was built completely on the ground, and then they use cranes to bring it up on top Bend here. A few months ago, they had like a comic book strip that was displayed. Can There's also another display what? See what this is about? Oh, they breaking the mold of robotics helps a future general going on the elevator to see what they have on all the other day. Yours? I've only been here a few times because I'm not involved with the engineering department, but I thought it was something really important and impressive to show. What? Regularly? It's just like that you're not allowed to step on the grass. I don't know why, but they're very strict about that. There was a man who works there, and he always said, like, forced upon the grass. Um, here's a list of, like many of the professor's and the important administrators who are part of the engineering department. It's a long list, and down the hallway is the office for the dean of engineering.