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Thanks to all those who joined us for the 116th Annual Conference & Exposition!

2009 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
"Incorporating Diversity and Globalization in Engineering Education"
June 14 - 17, 2009 - Austin Convention Center
Hilton Austin - ASEE Hotel Headquarters
Austin Convention Center - ASEE Conference & Exposition Headquarters


2009 Conference Highlights


Main Plenary I - Diversity and International Relations in Engineering
Sponsored by Lockheed Martin & Dassault Systemes

Monday, June 15th, 2009

8:30 – 10:30 am

Complimentary for all conference registrants. The Main Plenary is traditionally the most highly anticipated session at the ASEE annual conference, with over 2,000 attendees enjoying this important keynote address. In 2009, ASEE had the participation of two dynamic, visionary leaders: Carl B. Mack, Executive Director, National Society of Black Engineers & Dr. Gu Binglin, President, Tsinghua University.

Plenary Speakers:

Carl B. Mack, Executive Director, National Society of Black Engineers

Carl Bernard MackCarl Bernard Mack was born in Jackson, Miss., and is a graduate of Mississippi State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering. In 2006, the university named him a Distinguished Engineering Fellow.

After moving to the Seattle, Wash., area in 1987, Mack worked as an engineer with METRO – King County for 18 years and coordinated the county’s award-winning Minority Engineering Internship Program. From 2003 through 2004, he also served as president of the Seattle King County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). During his tenure, the branch grew from 600 to 2,000 members and won the 2004 Class 1-A Thalheimer Award as the top branch in the country. Because of his significant contributions in the arena of civil rights, Carl was listed as one of the 25 Most Influential people in the greater Seattle area. Upon his announcement to leave the greater Seattle area, both the City of Seattle and the King County government named February 12, 2005, Carl B. Mack Day.

On March 1, 2005, Mack began a new chapter of his life as the fourth executive director of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), one of the nation’s largest student-governed organizations.

Again, his presence was immediately felt. In each of his first three years at NSBE, the organization has set records for membership, reaching 31,118 members in 2008, up from its previous high of 12,842 before Mack’s arrival. He also has been instrumental in increasing NSBE’s financial resources to record highs: expanding the organization’s cash reserves from $3.5 million to $9.0 million and securing a largest-ever grant of $1 million from a NSBE sponsor, among other highlights. His extraordinary leadership has led to an increase in visibility for the organization with several appearances on CNN’s Lou Dobbs Tonight; Good Morning America and recognition in the May 2008 edition of Ebony magazine as one of the Top 150 Black Leaders in America.

Mack has led the expansion of NSBE’s Pre-College Initiative Program to the elementary school level by founding the Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK) Academy. SEEK is designed to expose African-American youth to science, technology, engineering and math early and constant, and it has seen tremendous growth, from 250 children to nearly 700 in its first two years.

Mack resides in Fort Washington, Md., with his sons, Joshua and Jonathan, and his wife, Jamiyo, a chemical engineer whom he met at NSBE’s 2000 Annual National Convention.

Dr. Gu Binglin, President, Tsinghua University

Dr. Gu BinglinProfessor Gu Binglin was officially appointed as the 17th President of Tsinghua University in April 2003.

He was born in Heilongjiang Province of China in 1945. He studied in the Department of Engineering Physics of Tsinghua University from 1965 to 1970. After graduation, he worked as a teacher and pursued postgraduate studies at the same university until 1979. In that year, he was dispatched to Aarhus University of Denmark for further studies in physics, and got his Doctoral Degree of Natural Science there in 1982. He has been a senior visiting scholar at the University of Notre Dame of the United States, and a guest professor at Tohoku University of Japan.

Mr. Gu Binglin is a professor of physics. He had been the Chairman of the Department of Physics, the Dean of the Graduate School and Vice President of Tsinghua University before his presidency.

He was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1999. He is now also a member of China's National Academic Degree Appraisal Committee, a member of the standing committee of Chinese Society of Physics, a board member of Chinese Society of Material Science, and the director of the Steering Committee for Education of Physics and Astronomy under the Ministry of Education of China.

Professor Gu Binglin has long been engaged in the research field of condensed matter physics and has published more than 200 papers. The major awards he has been granted include a Second-class Prize of China's National Natural Science Award; a First-class Prize of Natural Science Award for Chinese universities; the Advancement of Science and Technology Award sponsored by Hong Kong Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation; and many other awards granted by the Beijing Municipal Government, the Ministry of Education, the State Science and Technology Commission, and the Ministry of Personnel of China.

Please note:  In light of the current economic situation, the ASEE Board decided that the Pre-Plenary Breakfast would not be offered for the 2009 Annual Conference. Instead, we invited ASEE members to join us in the Exhibit Hall for the Focus on Exhibit Food and Beverage events which were complimentary for all registered attendees

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Distinguished Lectures

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

10:30 - Noon

Dr. James Truchard, President and CEO, National Instruments

Dr. James TruchardPresentation Title: "Engineering the Future Engineer: A Sustainable Stimulus Package"

Presentation Description: In this lecture, Dr. James Truchard, President and CEO of National Instruments, will discuss the significant responsibility of preparing students for a career in a global, multidisciplinary engineering environment that will tackle the grand challenges facing the world today. Truchard will stress the importance of Technology Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL), which has demonstrated an ability to attract and engage students to science and engineering. TEAL extends the current educational framework that emphasizes strong theoretical foundation to provide real-world design experience on tools and technologies commonly used to solve major engineering challenges, from renewable energy resources to the latest medical advancements. Truchard will highlight exemplary models of partnerships and programs that are fundamental to the success of the "stimulus package." Additionally, Truchard will discuss his own entrepreneurial endeavors and how educators may instill such spirit while engineering the future engineer.

Dr. James Truchard is sponsored by National Instruments.

 

Anette KolmosAnette Kolmos, Professor Aalborg University, President-Elect of SEFI

Presentation Title: " Global Innovation, Sustainability and New Learning Strategies in Engineering Education"

Presentation Description: Innovation is based on global knowledge sharing, collaboration, learning and networking and there is a need for new business models supporting complex work organization. Today innovation goes hand in hand with sustainability and the question is how engineering educations addresses these requirements for global competencies and rethink the educational models?

Anette Kolmos is sponsored by ASEE.

James E. SticeJames E. Stice, Bob R. Dorsey Professor of Engineering (Emeritus), University of Texas at Austin

Presentation Title: “Things I Have Learned, In Spite of Myself"

Presentation Description: In 43 years of teaching, one is obliged to spend some time, willy-nilly, thinking about what one is trying to accomplish. Some ideas come from personal “Aha!” events, but most are borrowed from others. This presentation is intended to serve as a kind of lending bank, in which the audience is invited to borrow five ideas, with ridiculously low interest rates.

James E. Stice is sponsored by Educational Research & Methods Division (ERM).

 

Barbara R. Morgan, Distinguished Educator in Residence, Boise State University and Jill S. Tietjen, CEO, Technically Speaking

Barbara R. MorganPresentation Title: “The Sky Is No Limit: Observations and Lessons from a Teacher in Space" by Barbara R. Morgan

Presentation Description: In 1985, 11,000 teachers vied to become the first Teacher in Space, hoping to represent all teachers on the “ultimate field trip,” and excite students about science, technology, engineering and math.  Christa McAuliffe was selected; Barbara Morgan was her backup.  Together, they trained with the Challenger crew.  After the accident, Morgan traveled the country for NASA, helping teachers and students deal with the tragedy and build their confidence in spaceflight and technology.  In 1998, Morgan joined NASA's astronaut corps.  She launched onboard the space shuttle Endeavour in 2007, helping to construct the International Space Station and communicating with classrooms on Earth.  Morgan has also taught on the Flathead Indian Reservation and in Ecuador.  She is now the Distinguished Educator in Residence at Boise State University, holding a joint appointment in the colleges of Engineering and Education.  Her many experiences give her unique perspectives and insights into space exploration and the future of STEM education.

Barbara R. Morgan is sponsored by K-12 Engineering and Pre-College Outreach Division.

 

Jill S. TietjenPresentation Title: "How 'Her Story' in history has and will influence Women in Engineering"

Presentation Description: This examination of the progress of women in engineering starts at our country's founding when women were considered property and denied what are today deemed to be basic rights.  It moves through "Her Story" to 1848, the year of the Seneca Falls (New York) Women's Rights Convention, to 1920, when women across the U.S. finally won the right to vote after a 72-year battle.  As women became educated, they entered the professions, including the engineering profession.  Although the integration of women into engineering has progressed slowly, many efforts are in place to achieve gender parity in the first half of the 21st century. 

Jill S. Tietjen is sponsored by Women in Engineering Division

Dr. John Lienhard, M.D. Anderson Professor Emeritus of Mechnical Engineering and History, University of Houston

William Sullivan will no longer be speaking at the 2009 Annual Conference

Dr. John LienhardPresentation Title: "Jane Marcet: Inventing the Technical Textbook Two Centuries Ago" by Dr. John Lienhard

Presentation Description: Technical textbooks, as we recognize them today, appeared about two centuries ago. They sprang into existence, driven by new generations of fast presses and by a public determined to learn. Let us see what these remarkably effective new books looked like and how they changed the face or our new nation. The British writer Jane Marcet was the early exemplar of the people who created this new literature. She has much to tell us about effective teaching in our new world of free-slowing information.

Dr. John Lienhard is sponsored by the Mechanical Division & Technological Literacy Constituent Committee.

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Exhibitors

2009 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
Austin Convention Center
June 14 - 17, 2009 - Austin, TX

Exhibitors
Company Booth #
Agilent Technologies 724
Air Force Office of Scientific Research 234
AISES 317
Altair Engineering 705
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 133
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) 736
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 614
ARM 703
Armfield 514
ASEE Diversity Booth sponsored by DuPont 317
ASME 119
ASTM International 533
Autodesk 406
Begell House 115
Bentley Systems, Inc. 531
Bosch Rexroth Corporation 201
Cambridge University Press 139
Cengage Learning 320
Center for the Advancement of Engineering Education (CAEE) 437
Clarkson University - Coulter School of Engineering 335
Clemson University Dept. of Engineering & Science Education 131
CleveMed 712
Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC) 616
CRC Press - Taylor & Francis Group LLC 619
Creaform 517
Cypress Semiconductors 412
Dassault Systemes 235
Delmar Cengage Learning 318
Design Simulation Technologies 632
DesignSoft 612
Digilent 520
Digital Proceedings 438
Dimension 3D Printing 439
Echo360 113
Edibon International 711
Elsevier Engineering Information 716
Emona Instruments 513-515
EVE 339
Famic Technologies 607
Feedback 501
Freescale 500
Frontiers in Education - University of Kansas 518
FTDI Chip 211
Fujitsu 125
Gears Educational Systems LLC 434
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) 212
Granta Design 407
Great Lakes Press, Inc. 310
Hampden Engineering Corp. 613
Heat Transfer Research, Inc. 231
Heliocentris 524
HENAAC 317
Hewlett-Packard Company 631
IAESTE United States/AIPT 617
IEEE 417
IET Inspec 714
I-LIBRA 621
Institution of Civil Engineers (Thomas Telford Publishing) 539
Interexchange, Inc. 702
John Wiley & Sons 200
Jones & Bartlett Publishers 538
Kaplan AEC 419
KAUST 738
Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research 625
Laboratory for Innovative Technology & Engineering Education - LITEE 230
Lab-Volt Systems 601
LEGO Education North America 232
Lockheed Martin 307
Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau 609
Maplesoft 431
MATEC 535
MathWorks 507
McGraw - Hill 207
MentorNet 317
Meridian Press, Inc. 745
Microchip Technology, Inc. 121
Minitab 638
Morgan & Claypool Publishers 536
Museum of Science , Boston - National Center for Technological Literacy 215
NAMEPA 317
NASA 333
NASA Exploration Systems Mission Directorate 348
National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) 719
National Instruments 225
National Science Foundation 646
NCEES - National Council of Examiners for Engineering & Surveying 425
NCSL International 117
NISH/JETS 715-717
NOGLSTP 317
Oracle Crystal Ball 639
Org 9 317
Owen Software 637
Oxford University Press 630
PASCO scientific 506-510
Paxton/Patterson 411
Pearson Prentice Hall 325
PendCon 219
Pitsco Education 238
Professional Publications, Inc. 314-316
Project Lead the Way 701
ProQuest 713
PTC 530
Purdue University School of Engineering Education 214
Quanser Inc. 525
RidgeSoft LLC 709
RIGOL Technologies 700
Sapling Learning 634
Sea Perch Underwater Robotics 330
Siemens 306
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers 317
Society of Women Engineers 317
Springer 710
Synopsys 313
TaskStream 217
TECQUIPMENT 107
Tourism Vancouver 725
Tektronix, Inc. 707
Texas Instruments 101
The Cool Tool 708
University of Texas - Austin MSTC Program 103
US Didactic 519
VA Tech Dept. of Engineering Education 432
Vernier Software & Technology 218
WEPAN 317
Wolfram Research 533
Xilinx Inc. 415

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Sponsors

Visionary
National Instruments
Innovator
DuPont The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES)
Lockheed Martin The Mathworks
Dassault Systemmes
Pioneer
Northrop Grumman CSOE
Mentor
USC Viterbi School of Engineering Clarkson University
CleveMed Schlumberger
BOEING Quanser
IBM PPI
MSC Maplesoft
NDEP OwenSoftware
HP HP Calculators
Educator
Oracle

Special Thanks to Be There Global, Official Web Cast Provider for the 2009 ASEE Annual Conference!

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2009 Annual Conference Banner

Welcome

Thanks to all those who joined us for the 116th Annual Conference & Exposition!

2009 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
"Incorporating Diversity and Globalization in Engineering Education"
June 14 - 17, 2009 - Austin Convention Center
Hilton Austin - ASEE Hotel Headquarters
Austin Convention Center - ASEE Conference & Exposition Headquarters


2009 Conference Highlights


Main Plenary I - Diversity and International Relations in Engineering
Sponsored by Lockheed Martin & Dassault Systemes

Monday, June 15th, 2009

8:30 – 10:30 am

Complimentary for all conference registrants. The Main Plenary is traditionally the most highly anticipated session at the ASEE annual conference, with over 2,000 attendees enjoying this important keynote address. In 2009, ASEE had the participation of two dynamic, visionary leaders: Carl B. Mack, Executive Director, National Society of Black Engineers & Dr. Gu Binglin, President, Tsinghua University.

Plenary Speakers:

Carl B. Mack, Executive Director, National Society of Black Engineers

Carl Bernard MackCarl Bernard Mack was born in Jackson, Miss., and is a graduate of Mississippi State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering. In 2006, the university named him a Distinguished Engineering Fellow.

After moving to the Seattle, Wash., area in 1987, Mack worked as an engineer with METRO – King County for 18 years and coordinated the county’s award-winning Minority Engineering Internship Program. From 2003 through 2004, he also served as president of the Seattle King County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). During his tenure, the branch grew from 600 to 2,000 members and won the 2004 Class 1-A Thalheimer Award as the top branch in the country. Because of his significant contributions in the arena of civil rights, Carl was listed as one of the 25 Most Influential people in the greater Seattle area. Upon his announcement to leave the greater Seattle area, both the City of Seattle and the King County government named February 12, 2005, Carl B. Mack Day.

On March 1, 2005, Mack began a new chapter of his life as the fourth executive director of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), one of the nation’s largest student-governed organizations.

Again, his presence was immediately felt. In each of his first three years at NSBE, the organization has set records for membership, reaching 31,118 members in 2008, up from its previous high of 12,842 before Mack’s arrival. He also has been instrumental in increasing NSBE’s financial resources to record highs: expanding the organization’s cash reserves from $3.5 million to $9.0 million and securing a largest-ever grant of $1 million from a NSBE sponsor, among other highlights. His extraordinary leadership has led to an increase in visibility for the organization with several appearances on CNN’s Lou Dobbs Tonight; Good Morning America and recognition in the May 2008 edition of Ebony magazine as one of the Top 150 Black Leaders in America.

Mack has led the expansion of NSBE’s Pre-College Initiative Program to the elementary school level by founding the Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK) Academy. SEEK is designed to expose African-American youth to science, technology, engineering and math early and constant, and it has seen tremendous growth, from 250 children to nearly 700 in its first two years.

Mack resides in Fort Washington, Md., with his sons, Joshua and Jonathan, and his wife, Jamiyo, a chemical engineer whom he met at NSBE’s 2000 Annual National Convention.

Dr. Gu Binglin, President, Tsinghua University

Dr. Gu BinglinProfessor Gu Binglin was officially appointed as the 17th President of Tsinghua University in April 2003.

He was born in Heilongjiang Province of China in 1945. He studied in the Department of Engineering Physics of Tsinghua University from 1965 to 1970. After graduation, he worked as a teacher and pursued postgraduate studies at the same university until 1979. In that year, he was dispatched to Aarhus University of Denmark for further studies in physics, and got his Doctoral Degree of Natural Science there in 1982. He has been a senior visiting scholar at the University of Notre Dame of the United States, and a guest professor at Tohoku University of Japan.

Mr. Gu Binglin is a professor of physics. He had been the Chairman of the Department of Physics, the Dean of the Graduate School and Vice President of Tsinghua University before his presidency.

He was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1999. He is now also a member of China's National Academic Degree Appraisal Committee, a member of the standing committee of Chinese Society of Physics, a board member of Chinese Society of Material Science, and the director of the Steering Committee for Education of Physics and Astronomy under the Ministry of Education of China.

Professor Gu Binglin has long been engaged in the research field of condensed matter physics and has published more than 200 papers. The major awards he has been granted include a Second-class Prize of China's National Natural Science Award; a First-class Prize of Natural Science Award for Chinese universities; the Advancement of Science and Technology Award sponsored by Hong Kong Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation; and many other awards granted by the Beijing Municipal Government, the Ministry of Education, the State Science and Technology Commission, and the Ministry of Personnel of China.

Please note:  In light of the current economic situation, the ASEE Board decided that the Pre-Plenary Breakfast would not be offered for the 2009 Annual Conference. Instead, we invited ASEE members to join us in the Exhibit Hall for the Focus on Exhibit Food and Beverage events which were complimentary for all registered attendees

TOPˆ

 

Distinguished Lectures

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

10:30 - Noon

Dr. James Truchard, President and CEO, National Instruments

Dr. James TruchardPresentation Title: "Engineering the Future Engineer: A Sustainable Stimulus Package"

Presentation Description: In this lecture, Dr. James Truchard, President and CEO of National Instruments, will discuss the significant responsibility of preparing students for a career in a global, multidisciplinary engineering environment that will tackle the grand challenges facing the world today. Truchard will stress the importance of Technology Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL), which has demonstrated an ability to attract and engage students to science and engineering. TEAL extends the current educational framework that emphasizes strong theoretical foundation to provide real-world design experience on tools and technologies commonly used to solve major engineering challenges, from renewable energy resources to the latest medical advancements. Truchard will highlight exemplary models of partnerships and programs that are fundamental to the success of the "stimulus package." Additionally, Truchard will discuss his own entrepreneurial endeavors and how educators may instill such spirit while engineering the future engineer.

Dr. James Truchard is sponsored by National Instruments.

 

Anette KolmosAnette Kolmos, Professor Aalborg University, President-Elect of SEFI

Presentation Title: " Global Innovation, Sustainability and New Learning Strategies in Engineering Education"

Presentation Description: Innovation is based on global knowledge sharing, collaboration, learning and networking and there is a need for new business models supporting complex work organization. Today innovation goes hand in hand with sustainability and the question is how engineering educations addresses these requirements for global competencies and rethink the educational models?

Anette Kolmos is sponsored by ASEE.

James E. SticeJames E. Stice, Bob R. Dorsey Professor of Engineering (Emeritus), University of Texas at Austin

Presentation Title: “Things I Have Learned, In Spite of Myself"

Presentation Description: In 43 years of teaching, one is obliged to spend some time, willy-nilly, thinking about what one is trying to accomplish. Some ideas come from personal “Aha!” events, but most are borrowed from others. This presentation is intended to serve as a kind of lending bank, in which the audience is invited to borrow five ideas, with ridiculously low interest rates.

James E. Stice is sponsored by Educational Research & Methods Division (ERM).

 

Barbara R. Morgan, Distinguished Educator in Residence, Boise State University and Jill S. Tietjen, CEO, Technically Speaking

Barbara R. MorganPresentation Title: “The Sky Is No Limit: Observations and Lessons from a Teacher in Space" by Barbara R. Morgan

Presentation Description: In 1985, 11,000 teachers vied to become the first Teacher in Space, hoping to represent all teachers on the “ultimate field trip,” and excite students about science, technology, engineering and math.  Christa McAuliffe was selected; Barbara Morgan was her backup.  Together, they trained with the Challenger crew.  After the accident, Morgan traveled the country for NASA, helping teachers and students deal with the tragedy and build their confidence in spaceflight and technology.  In 1998, Morgan joined NASA's astronaut corps.  She launched onboard the space shuttle Endeavour in 2007, helping to construct the International Space Station and communicating with classrooms on Earth.  Morgan has also taught on the Flathead Indian Reservation and in Ecuador.  She is now the Distinguished Educator in Residence at Boise State University, holding a joint appointment in the colleges of Engineering and Education.  Her many experiences give her unique perspectives and insights into space exploration and the future of STEM education.

Barbara R. Morgan is sponsored by K-12 Engineering and Pre-College Outreach Division.

 

Jill S. TietjenPresentation Title: "How 'Her Story' in history has and will influence Women in Engineering"

Presentation Description: This examination of the progress of women in engineering starts at our country's founding when women were considered property and denied what are today deemed to be basic rights.  It moves through "Her Story" to 1848, the year of the Seneca Falls (New York) Women's Rights Convention, to 1920, when women across the U.S. finally won the right to vote after a 72-year battle.  As women became educated, they entered the professions, including the engineering profession.  Although the integration of women into engineering has progressed slowly, many efforts are in place to achieve gender parity in the first half of the 21st century. 

Jill S. Tietjen is sponsored by Women in Engineering Division

Dr. John Lienhard, M.D. Anderson Professor Emeritus of Mechnical Engineering and History, University of Houston

William Sullivan will no longer be speaking at the 2009 Annual Conference

Dr. John LienhardPresentation Title: "Jane Marcet: Inventing the Technical Textbook Two Centuries Ago" by Dr. John Lienhard

Presentation Description: Technical textbooks, as we recognize them today, appeared about two centuries ago. They sprang into existence, driven by new generations of fast presses and by a public determined to learn. Let us see what these remarkably effective new books looked like and how they changed the face or our new nation. The British writer Jane Marcet was the early exemplar of the people who created this new literature. She has much to tell us about effective teaching in our new world of free-slowing information.

Dr. John Lienhard is sponsored by the Mechanical Division & Technological Literacy Constituent Committee.

TOPˆ

 

Exhibitors

2009 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
Austin Convention Center
June 14 - 17, 2009 - Austin, TX

Exhibitors
Company Booth #
Agilent Technologies 724
Air Force Office of Scientific Research 234
AISES 317
Altair Engineering 705
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 133
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) 736
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 614
ARM 703
Armfield 514
ASEE Diversity Booth sponsored by DuPont 317
ASME 119
ASTM International 533
Autodesk 406
Begell House 115
Bentley Systems, Inc. 531
Bosch Rexroth Corporation 201
Cambridge University Press 139
Cengage Learning 320
Center for the Advancement of Engineering Education (CAEE) 437
Clarkson University - Coulter School of Engineering 335
Clemson University Dept. of Engineering & Science Education 131
CleveMed 712
Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC) 616
CRC Press - Taylor & Francis Group LLC 619
Creaform 517
Cypress Semiconductors 412
Dassault Systemes 235
Delmar Cengage Learning 318
Design Simulation Technologies 632
DesignSoft 612
Digilent 520
Digital Proceedings 438
Dimension 3D Printing 439
Echo360 113
Edibon International 711
Elsevier Engineering Information 716
Emona Instruments 513-515
EVE 339
Famic Technologies 607
Feedback 501
Freescale 500
Frontiers in Education - University of Kansas 518
FTDI Chip 211
Fujitsu 125
Gears Educational Systems LLC 434
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) 212
Granta Design 407
Great Lakes Press, Inc. 310
Hampden Engineering Corp. 613
Heat Transfer Research, Inc. 231
Heliocentris 524
HENAAC 317
Hewlett-Packard Company 631
IAESTE United States/AIPT 617
IEEE 417
IET Inspec 714
I-LIBRA 621
Institution of Civil Engineers (Thomas Telford Publishing) 539
Interexchange, Inc. 702
John Wiley & Sons 200
Jones & Bartlett Publishers 538
Kaplan AEC 419
KAUST 738
Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research 625
Laboratory for Innovative Technology & Engineering Education - LITEE 230
Lab-Volt Systems 601
LEGO Education North America 232
Lockheed Martin 307
Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau 609
Maplesoft 431
MATEC 535
MathWorks 507
McGraw - Hill 207
MentorNet 317
Meridian Press, Inc. 745
Microchip Technology, Inc. 121
Minitab 638
Morgan & Claypool Publishers 536
Museum of Science , Boston - National Center for Technological Literacy 215
NAMEPA 317
NASA 333
NASA Exploration Systems Mission Directorate 348
National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) 719
National Instruments 225
National Science Foundation 646
NCEES - National Council of Examiners for Engineering & Surveying 425
NCSL International 117
NISH/JETS 715-717
NOGLSTP 317
Oracle Crystal Ball 639
Org 9 317
Owen Software 637
Oxford University Press 630
PASCO scientific 506-510
Paxton/Patterson 411
Pearson Prentice Hall 325
PendCon 219
Pitsco Education 238
Professional Publications, Inc. 314-316
Project Lead the Way 701
ProQuest 713
PTC 530
Purdue University School of Engineering Education 214
Quanser Inc. 525
RidgeSoft LLC 709
RIGOL Technologies 700
Sapling Learning 634
Sea Perch Underwater Robotics 330
Siemens 306
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers 317
Society of Women Engineers 317
Springer 710
Synopsys 313
TaskStream 217
TECQUIPMENT 107
Tourism Vancouver 725
Tektronix, Inc. 707
Texas Instruments 101
The Cool Tool 708
University of Texas - Austin MSTC Program 103
US Didactic 519
VA Tech Dept. of Engineering Education 432
Vernier Software & Technology 218
WEPAN 317
Wolfram Research 533
Xilinx Inc. 415

TOPˆ

 

Sponsors

Visionary
National Instruments
Innovator
DuPont The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES)
Lockheed Martin The Mathworks
Dassault Systemmes
Pioneer
Northrop Grumman CSOE
Mentor
USC Viterbi School of Engineering Clarkson University
CleveMed Schlumberger
BOEING Quanser
IBM PPI
MSC Maplesoft
NDEP OwenSoftware
HP HP Calculators
Educator
Oracle

Special Thanks to Be There Global, Official Web Cast Provider for the 2009 ASEE Annual Conference!

TOPˆ