Ticketed event: $35.00
This session was cancelled after the print deadline
This workshop will include the following aspects: a brief introduction to IoT, examples of successful implementation at the host institution, and a series of hands-on activities that demonstrate data-acquisition using sensors, processing using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled development boards, real-time streaming of sensor data to the cloud, and visualization on web application platforms.
Attendees will be provided computers loaded with necessary IDEs and software, development boards, supplies, and handouts required for the hands-on activities. Ticket prices will help cover costs of Internet and food/beverage.
Shiny Abraham is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Seattle University. She received the B.E. degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Visveswaraiah Technological University (VTU), India in 2007 and Ph.D. from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA in 2012. Her research interests span the areas of Wireless Communication, Internet of Things (IoT), Optimization using Game Theory, and Engineering Education Research. She is a member of the IEEE and ASEE, a technical program committee member for IEEE Globecom, ICC, ICCCN and VTC conferences, and a reviewer for several international journals and conferences.
Agnieszka Miguel received her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 2001 from the University of Washington, and MSEE and BSEE from Florida Atlantic University in 1996 and 1994. Dr. Miguel's professional interests involve image processing, machine learning, and engineering education especially active learning, diversity, retention, and recruitment. Her teaching interests include MATLAB, circuits, linear systems, and digital image processing. She is a member of the IEEE, ASEE, SWE, and Tau Beta Pi.
Currently, Dr. Miguel is the Chair of the ASEE Professional Interest Council I (PIC I) and Vice Chair of PICs, a position that gives her a seat on the ASEE Executive Board of Directors. She has held several other officer positions across the ASEE including: ASEE Pacific Northwest (PNW) Section Chair (2015 - 2017), Division Chair and Program Chair of the ECE and New Engineering Educators Divisions, and ASEE Campus Representative. Dr. Miguel is also a member-at-large of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association (ECEDHA) Board of Directors. She has been a member of the ECEDHA Annual Conference Program Committee since 2013.
Richard B Bankhead III is an Instructor and Innovator in Residence at Seattle University where he teaches and oversees the Innovation Lab in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
Previously, Richard taught at Highline College from 2004 to 2017 where he demonstrated commitment to developing the behaviors of successful engineering students in transfer students as well as preparing them academically for the challenges of junior level engineering courses. He was awarded the Faculty of the Year Award for the 2009-10 school year and the ASEE Pacific Northwest Section Outstanding Teaching Award in 2014.