Sun. June 10, 2012 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
203A, San Antonio Convention Center
Free ticketed event
In this session, attendees will work on one of the IEEE’s hands-on Real World Engineering Projects (RWEP). The project will serve as an example of how the freely available RWEP curricular materials may be used in your institution’s first-year courses. During the workshop, you will discover first-hand how students design and build project materials and what they learn about engineered solutions to societal challenges and the engineering design cycle. This session is designed to encourage you to adopt and use the curriculum. An overview of the 25+ projects in the growing RWEP library will also be highlighted.
Prof. Pamela Bhatti
Georgia Institute of Technology
Assistant Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. Luiz Felipe Perrone
Associate Professor, Dept. of Computer Science
Dr. Stephen M. Williams P.E.
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Professor and Program Director EECS Dept.