Beverages and snacks are available for purchase in the ASEE Bistro located in the back of the Exhibit.
Come see the industry's most innovative products and services and join your friends and colleagues for complimentary brunch in the ASEE Exhibit Hall!
NSF Grantees Poster Session - Grantees from various National Science Foundation programs, primarily TUES (formerly CCLI), ATE, STEP, and EEC, will present the results of their grants. This poster session is held in the Exhibit Hall during the Focus on Exhibits Brunch.
All you need is a web browser to find solutions to your problems. A MathWorks engineer will show how you can enhance your course, play games and run MATLAB all in a web browser.
You’ll see how to:
* Explore a new module for your class with our Classroom Resources repository,
* Add a new hardware platform for your lab,
* Hone your MATLAB skills with some friendly competition on Cody,
* Become a Trend Watcher using Trendy,
* Find help on MATLAB Answers, and
* Use MATLAB on the web to build and share your functions with the world.
About the presenter: Todd Atkins, a member of the technical staff ... (continued)
The annual ASEE Model Design Competition, sponsored by the Two-Year College Division (TYCD), will be held on Monday, June 11. Student teams of freshman and sophomore engineering and engineering technology students will design and build a robot. The autonomous robot will operate on an 8' x 8' track. Teams have a maximum of 120 seconds to complete the task and each team will complete four runs on the track. Additionally, student teams will participate in an Exhibition Session where they will display their robot on a table and discuss their design with competition judges, students, and conferenc ... (continued)
This session focuses on collaborative and interdisciplinary approached in architectural engineering education.
This is the annual executive session and business meeting for the editors of the Journal of Engineering Education. Members of the journal's advisory board and ASEE headquarters staff attending the annual conference are welcome to attend.
This meeting of the ASEE Awards Policy Committee is for committee members only.
Lecture session: 15 minutes total for each presentation.
This session seeks to answer the question: What knowledge, skills, and attitudes will the chemical engineer of 2020 need? And: What are we doing right now to educate this person?
In this unique session, the discussion will be lively and the invited speaker is *you.* Bring a laptop and a thumb drive and be ready to share your thoughts in five minutes or less. No pre-registration required.
Dr. Stephanie Farrell
Dr. Farrell is an accomplished member of the chemical engineering community and chair of the chemical engineering division of ASEE.
Annual business meeting of the Civil Engineering Division.
The design, management, and assessment of community engagement efforts in international settings have both similar and unique components compared to local community engagement projects. This session explores international efforts and provides a venue in which these similarities and differences can be evaluated.
The use of computer hardware and/or software in support of the laboratory environment.
This session focuses on the development and integration of Building Information Modeling (BIM) concepts and technologies into construction education.
Ticketed event: $60.00
Business meeting lunch for the CPD division. Current and potential new CPD members welcome! Come join us for lunch, share ideas, and learn more about current and future plans for the Continuing Professional Development Division.
For more than three decades, industry workforce groups, engineering education researchers, and national engineering societies have all come to the same conclusion: the gap between what engineering colleges teach in their undergraduate curriculum and what skill sets employers expect new engineering graduates to have has widened. Employers point out that new engineering graduates do have technical competence but severely lack professional skills necessary to manage projects, work with others collaboratively, write and present proposals, etc.
The panel discussion is focused on the following question: ... (continued)
The teaching of design and specific design methodologies.
Robotics and hands-on or project-based learning are hot topics in the engineering education community. This panel will consist of four professors who have used MATLAB, Simulink, simulation techniques, and low-cost robotics platforms to teach engineering concepts. In the last few years, funding for course development and research has driven many faculty to search for innovative ways to develop hands-on labs.
The panelists will discuss their experience developing courses around platforms such as the iRobot Create, LEGO Mindstorms, and the Arduino. They will discuss their use of simulation to teach c ... (continued)
Ticketed event: $40.00
This is the annual meeting of the ERM Division. The meeting is an opportunity to hear reports, contribute to decisions by the ERM board, learn about future events of the Division, and get involved in ERM activities.
A distinguished group of 3-4 panelists from academia, industry, and government will share their views on issues of concern to ECE and other engineering educators/researchers about applying online systems in higher education. Discussion will include both synchronous and asynchronous modes of teaching and learning in classrooms, as well as in industry and government-sponsored projects. Assessment tools will also be discussed.
Dr. Jenna P. Carpenter
Dr. Carpenter is Associate Dean for Administration and Strategic Initiatives in the College of Engineering and Science at Louisiana Tech University.
Mr. Dave Wilson
Mr. Wilson is Director of Proficiency Development at National Instruments.
Samir DUPE El-Ghazaly
Dr. El-Ghazaly is Program Director for Division of Electrical, Communication, and Cyber Systems at National Science Foundation.
Dr. Charles Kenneth Alexander
Dr. Alexander is former Dean of Engineering at Cleveland State University and past President of the IEEE.
Dr. Brusher works in Education Technical Marketing with MathWorks.
Ticketed event: $35.00
This is the meeting and luncheon of the Engineering Deans Council Executive Board.
Brown bag lunch. The annual meeting of the Division.
The annual business meeting is open to all members of the Engineering Economy Division. The meeting will include a report from the Division's officers and the PIC1 chair/representative. New officers/directors will be elected as needed. New business items will be taken from the floor. This is an opportunity to learn about future events and to take advantage of opportunities to be involved in the Division's activities. This is a brown bag lunch event.
Students will become professionals, and discussion of issues important in the professions is crucial for our students’ future careers. Presenters examine concepts such as professional responsibility and publication.
This introductory lunch session allows the Division to introduce new ELD members and is highlighted by a series of three-minute "Lightning Talks" by members on key issues/projects concerning engineering libraries. This has been a very popular session among our members the past few years as it provides networking opportunities and invites discussion on a wide variety of topics in a structured format.
Meeting for the 2013 ERC Planning Committee.
Presenters discuss innovations and successes in curriculum and student learning in engineering technology programs.
This session is a board meeting for the Journal of Engineering Technology (JET).
Ticketed event: $70.00
Ticketed event: $40 on-site. Annual Berger Award luncheon, allowing Engineering Technology Division members to get acquainted.