Tue. June 28, 2011 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
Room 114, Vancouver International Conference Centre
Faculty members share their experiences in developing courses and programs in energy related education. The emerging area of interest in conventional and renewable energy issues among college students increases the demand for this type of curriculum.
Dr. Ilya Y. Grinberg and Dr. Carl J. Spezia P.E.
Renewable Energy Revives Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology
Joyce M.E. van de Vegte, M.A.Sc. (Camosun College, Victoria, Canada) and Alan P. Duncan (Camosun College, Victoria, Canada)
Integration of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology to Undergraduate Education in EET Programs
Abed El Hameed El Madwar (University of Northern Iowa), Kenan Baltaci (University of Northern Iowa), and Reg Recayi Pecen (University of Northern Iowa)
Description of Three Algae-Related Interdisciplinary Senior Design Projects in Mechanical Engineering and Their Impact on Students
Teodora Rutar (Seattle University) and Gregory Mason (Seattle University)
An Open Hardware, Open Source Electronic Load Bank and Data Acquisition System For Expanding the Number of Schools and Students Researching Battery Energy Storage
Tyler Grandahl (Affiliation unknown), Gianfranco Biondi (Affiliation unknown), and Clark Hochgraf (Rochester Institute of Technology )