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Business · Engineering Design Graphics Division
Sat. June 23, 2018 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Room 250 A, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Semi-Annual Engineering Design Graphics Division Executive Committee meeting. This meeting is open to all division members.

Sat. June 23, 2018 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Bennion Center
University of Utah
Session Description

Ticketed event
Coordinated by the ASEE Community Engagement Division and the Bennion Center at the University of Utah, this project will give ASEE participants the opportunity to develop a community garden with a nearby refugee community. While many refugees have become integral members of the Salt Lake City community, they miss their foods from home. Gardens provide not only a source of pride for the community but also food that is not locally available. The project would consist of four hours of work clearing land, building garden boxes, installing drip lines, and planting seeds. Through this event, we hope to ... (continued)

Business · ASEE Board of Directors
Sat. June 23, 2018 8:00 AM to 9:55 AM
Salon E, HQ Hotel - Marriott at City Creek
Session Description

ASEE Executive Committee Meeting

Business · ASEE Board of Directors
Sat. June 23, 2018 10:00 AM to 11:55 AM
Salon E, HQ Hotel - Marriott at City Creek
Session Description

ASEE Finance Committee Meeting

Business · ASEE Board of Directors
Sat. June 23, 2018 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Salon E, HQ Hotel - Marriott at City Creek
Business · ASEE Board of Directors
Sat. June 23, 2018 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Salon E, HQ Hotel - Marriott at City Creek
Session Description

ASEE Long Range Planning

Business · ASEE Board of Directors
Sat. June 23, 2018 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Salon B, HQ Hotel - Marriott at City Creek
Session Description

ASEE Diversity & P-12 Committee Meetings

Business · Professional Interest Council
Sat. June 23, 2018 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Salon A, HQ Hotel - Marriott at City Creek
Session Description

A meeting for only PIC Chairs

Business · ASEE Board of Directors
Sat. June 23, 2018 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Salon C, HQ Hotel - Marriott at City Creek
Session Description

ASEE P-12 Committee Meeting

Business · ASEE Board of Directors
Sat. June 23, 2018 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Room 150 D, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Hosted by ASEE President Bevlee Watford, join us at this special session to learn what's so unique about ASEE and how you can get involved as a volunteer n our dynamic organization.

Hq · ASEE Headquarters
Sat. June 23, 2018 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Exhibit Hall A B & C, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Hq · ASEE Headquarters
Sat. June 23, 2018 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Exhibit Hall Foyer, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

We’re excited to bring back the ASEE Living Wall to the Annual Conference this year!

Each year at the conference attendees will contribute their thoughts to the wall, by writing a response to a particular question or idea.

The Wall will be preserved and displayed from year to year, growing bigger and bigger, and serving as a historical document of our conference attendees’ insights, ruminations, and reflections.

We hope you’ll take a few moments to leave your legacy on the Wall, located near the Exhibit Hall.

Sat. June 23, 2018 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
South Foyer, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Complimentary for all attendees

Join your friends and colleagues at this special session.

We will be featuring foods, sites and activities that Salt Lake has to offer our attendees.

An a special event for the entire family.

Business · Undergraduate Experience Committee
Sun. June 24, 2018 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Salon I, HQ Hotel - Marriott at City Creek
Session Description

Ticketed event: $45.00 advanced registration and $55.00 on site registration
UEC Associate Deans Meeting and Lunch

Hq · ASEE Headquarters
Sun. June 24, 2018 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Exhibit Hall Foyer, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

We’re excited to bring back the ASEE Living Wall to the Annual Conference this year!

Each year at the conference attendees will contribute their thoughts to the wall, by writing a response to a particular question or idea.

The Wall will be preserved and displayed from year to year, growing bigger and bigger, and serving as a historical document of our conference attendees’ insights, ruminations, and reflections.

We hope you’ll take a few moments to leave your legacy on the Wall, located near the Exhibit Hall.

Hq · ASEE Headquarters
Sun. June 24, 2018 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Exhibit Hall A B & C, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Hq · ASEE Headquarters
Sun. June 24, 2018 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Exhibit Hall Foyer, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 150 D, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Ticketed event
The workshop exposes engineering educators to the concept of disruptive technologies and how they can be used with engineering students to encourage entrepreneurially minded learning (EML). Currently, the majority of the engineering curriculum focuses on development of sustaining technologies (e.g., improving performance or adding new features to products, whether or not the customer wants them). In contrast, disruptive technologies target low-end customers through products/services that are simpler, more convenient, and often less expensive than competitors. These technologies are also extremely ... (continued)

Speaker
  1. Dr. Michael J Rust

    Western New England University

    Michael J. Rust received his B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, in 2003 and 2009, respectively. During his undergraduate training, he worked for Ethicon Endo-Surgery and AtriCure, companies that specialize in the development of novel surgical devices. While completing his doctoral dissertation, Dr. Rust served as an NSF GK-12 Graduate Fellow, which allowed him to develop hands-on engineering activities for high school students. In 2009, he joined the faculty of Western New England University where he currently holds the position of A ... (continued)

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 151 A, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Motivation:
Engineers regularly use various sensing modalities to develop a better understanding of a user’s surroundings as well as personal health analytics. This is especially true for wearable consumer devices and personalized medical devices, which are becoming increasingly important in health monitoring systems. Accessibility to open platform electronics (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Edison) and sensing motes, enable students to concentrate on developing novel applications and focus on design and usability issues. Using the implementation of these ideas in junior level curriculum not
only prepares ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Mansoor Nasir

    Lawrence Technological University

    Department of Biomedical Engineering
    Lawrence Technological University
    mnasir@ltu.edu

  2. John Peponis

    John Peponis
    Department of Biomedical Engineering
    Lawrence Technological University
    jpeponis@ltu.edu

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 150 F, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Ticketed event
Envision is a rating system administered by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) that provides a holistic framework for evaluating and rating the community, environmental, and economic life cycle impacts and benefits of all types and sizes of infrastructure projects. This framework is an exceptional resource for incorporating sustainability into engineering design projects. This workshop, created in conjunction with the Formal Engineering Education Committee of ASCE, will provide concrete examples of how Envision can be used as a teaching tool throughout civil and environmental curri ... (continued)

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  1. Dr. Cliff I. Davidson

    Syracuse University

    Cliff I. Davidson is the Thomas and Colleen Wilmot Professor of Engineering at Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY, where he is Director of the Environmental Engineering program. He currently holds appointments in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and at the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems. He received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Environmental Engineering Science from California Institute of Technology. Following his PhD, he joined the Carnegie Mellon faculty in the Departm ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Malay Ghose Hajra P.E.

    University of New Orleans

    Malay Ghose Hajra is an Associate Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of New Orleans in Louisiana. Dr. Ghose-Hajra received his doctoral degree from Kansas State University in 2001. He is a registered professional engineer in multiple states including Louisiana. Prior to joining the University, he had worked as a Senior Engineer with multiple firms in Louisiana and Texas, including Soil and Foundation Engineering and Consulting, LLC. Dr. Ghose-Hajra is the President of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Louisiana Section, and the Past Pr ... (continued)

  3. Dr. Yvette E. Pearson P.E.

    Rice University

    Yvette E. Pearson, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE (formerly Yvette Pearson Weatherton) is Associate Dean for Accreditation and Assessment in the George R. Brown School of Engineering at Rice University. She serves as Chair of ASCE's Formal Engineering Education Committee, which is a subcommittee of the Committee on Sustainability, as Vice Chair of ASCE's Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, and represents ASCE as a Program Evaluator for the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. With over twenty years of experience in engineering education, Dr. Pearson has provided leadership in efforts to ... (continued)

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 155 D, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Ticketed event
Prototyping is one of the most important elements of the design process. This workshop is based on empirical data from prototyping best practices in industry, in the fields medical devices, consumer electronics, footwear, and aerospace hardware. In this workshop, we will share a review of prototyping research, a new prototyping mindset and definition, a list of prototype attributes, and several activities to help students engage in better prototyping practices. Participants will engage in a prototyping warm-up activity using Mockups (designed by the Delta Lab at Northwestern University), actively ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Miss Carlye Lauff

    University of Colorado, Boulder

    Carlye Lauff is a design researcher and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at the University of Colorado Boulder, where she is obtaining her PhD in Design Theory and Methodology within the Department of Mechanical Engineering (anticipated May '18). Her research studies the role and impact of prototyping on design teams in academia and industry. She was a visiting NSF Global Research Fellow in the Centre for Design Innovation at Swinburne University during 2017. She received her MS degree in Product Design Engineering at CU Boulder, and her BS degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University.

  2. Dr. Daria A Kotys-Schwartz

    University of Colorado, Boulder

    Daria Kotys-Schwartz is one of the co-founders and the Director of the Idea Forge—a flexible, cross-disciplinary design space at the University of Colorado Boulder. She also serves as the Design Center Colorado Director of Undergraduate Programs and a Senior Instructor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. She received B.S. and M.S degrees in mechanical engineering from The Ohio State University and a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder. Kotys-Schwartz has focused her research in engineering student learning, retention, and student identity development wi ... (continued)

  3. Ms. Jessica Dolores Menold

    Pennsylvania State University, University Park

    Jessica Menold is an Assistant Professor in the School of Engineering Design and Professional Programs and the Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Penn State University. She studies the effect of prototypes and designer behavior on final design outcomes. Her research has focused on the creation and validation of prototyping methods and frameworks to enhance designer and product outcomes. She was previously a visiting scholar at RWTH Aachen University and received her PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State University. She is the co-founder of two hardware startups, Amparo, a prosthetic device company and CurioSpace, an educational toy company.

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 250 B, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Electronics has become an integral part of our life. Everything we use today has some form of electronics. Our cell phones and computers use powerful microprocessors, electronic components, and circuits. Basic electronics and circuitry is very important for all engineers, not just electrical engineers. However, learning about electronics and circuits is usually considered dry and boring. It does not have to be that way. One way to make teaching electronics interesting is by allowing students to design their own gadgets that they can wear and show off. Examples of such gadgets include the design of ... (continued)

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  1. Dr. Mariappan Jawaharlal

    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

    Dr. Mariappan “Jawa” Jawaharlal, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, has more than 20 years of academic, industrial and entrepreneurial experience in engineering and is renowned for his innovative, engaging teaching pedagogy. He received the California State University System’s highest honor, the Wang Family Excellence Outstanding Faculty Award, as well as the Provost’s Award, the Northrop Grumman Award for Excellence in Teaching, and a Fellowship in the Biomimicry Institute. At Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ, he was one of the first faculty ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Kristina Rigden

    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

    As the Outreach Program Director for the College of Engineering at Cal Poly Pomona, I provide several different outreach programming events to engage K-12 female students to pursue STEM majors and/or careers. These outreach events range from Project Lead The Way (PLTW) to the Femineer™ Program to the Cal Poly Pomona Women in Engineering (CPP WE) program.

    My research focus is culturally responsive andragogy in a synchronous virtual learning environment which entails best practices for teaching international adult students in a virtual environment by using cultural teaching strategies. From this ... (continued)

  3. Nicole Gutzke

    Cal Poly Pomona

    Nicole Gutzke is a program coordinator with Cal Poly Pomona College of Engineering (CoE) Project Lead the Way and Women in Engineering. As the PLTW Coordinator, she is heavily involved in growing Cal Poly Pomona’s PLTW Summer Core Training Institute into a seven-week event that introduces hundreds of K-12 educators to the latest in STEM-related curriculum. As the CPP WE Coordinator, Nicole helps to recruit, retain, and graduate hundreds of female engineers each year through outreach events. Nicole also provides support for the CPP CoE Femineers™, a program that was recognized by the White House in 2015.

  4. Dr. Cordelia Ontiveros P.E.

    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

    Dr. Ontiveros is currently
    the interim associate vice president for Faculty Affairs, Cal Poly Pomona

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 155 F, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Workshop Time:

9:00AM – 10:00AM Introduction to Situational Judgement Tests
20 minutes: welcome and attendees sharing of their local challenges with lapses in personal competenices10 minutes: based on the shared stories, identify the challenges faced in developing assessment tools to measure personal competencies
15 minutes: Overview of the current tools available to assess persona competencies, and where validation of these have been successful
20 minutes: Introduction to SJTs, review implications of different facets of SJTs (selected versus constructed response, video versus written items, skil ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Kelly Dore

    McMaster University

    Dr. Kelly Dore, is an Assistant Professor and Senior Scientist in the Program for Educational Research and Development and the Departments of Medicine and Obs/Gyn. She also holds an affiliated appointment with the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Dr. Dore is the Director, Masters of Health Science Education Program. Dr. Dore completed her PhD in Health Research Methodology with a focus on Health Professions Education Research and Cognitive Psychology. She has held multiple grants from both the Medical Council of Canada and the National Board of Medical Examiners (Stemmler G ... (continued)

  2. Prof. Harold Reiter Isaiah

    Dr. Harold Reiter completed his medical degree at the University of Toronto, his specialty training at Princess Margaret Hospital, and his Masters in Education at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Aside from his radiation oncology clinical practice, he was Chair of Admissions to Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University for nine years, and Assistant Dean, Director of the Program for Educational Research and Development at McMaster for four years. He is a co-creator of the Multiple Mini-Interview as well as CASPer, and continues as an active academic in the research and development of tools measuring personal and professional characteristics.

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 155 A, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Ticketed event
Students’ professional skills (such as teamwork, communication, and critical thinking) can be enhanced when assessment and feedback on the development of these skills are provided.
One way these skills are developed in active learning environments is through student-student interactions as they work collectively on tasks. Monitoring these interactions provides feedback to the students on the quality of the observed skill and insights to the instructor on the overall effectiveness of the learning environment.These skills may also be developed and assessed in written assignments. Evaluating studen ... (continued)

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  1. Prof. Renee Cole

    University of Iowa

    Dr. Renée Cole is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at the University of Iowa. Dr. Cole earned a B.A. in chemistry from Hendrix College, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in physical chemistry from the University of Oklahoma before completing a post-doctoral fellowship in chemistry education at the University of Wisconsin. She began her career at the University of Central Missouri, where she was active in both undergraduate education and teacher preparation, before moving to Iowa in 2011. She is also an associate editor for the Journal of Chemical Education and a member of the American Chemical Societ ... (continued)

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 253 A, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Description
The workshop consists in three modules:
1. A case-based approach on our institutional experience adopting a learning analytics tool. Apart of having a conducted discussion, we want to talk about the gains and losses in doing so. Not everything is perfect.

2. Participants will have the chance to use a demo in order to identify opportunities of using this type of tool in their institution.

3. Participants will be guided through a card-sorting activity to evaluate the design and to provide feedback in order to improve the tool from a UX point of view – Does it work for me? ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Miss Isabel Hilliger P.E.

    Pontificia Universidad Catholica de Chile

    Isabel Hilliger is the Associate Director for Assessment and Evaluation at the Engineering Education Division in Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC). Isabel received a BEng from UC and an MA in Education Policy from Stanford University. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Computer Science at UC-Engineering. Her research theme is the use of instruments and technological tools to analyze the skills engineering graduates need to succeed in practice.

  2. Dr. Constanza Miranda Mendoza

    Pontificia Universidad Catholica de Chile

    Constanza is an assistant professor at PUC Chile's Engineering School where she directs the engineering design initiative (DILAB). She holds a PhD in Design with a focus in anthropology from NC State University. While a Fulbright grantee, she worked as a visiting researcher at the CDR (Mech. Engineering) at Stanford. As an entrepreneur and researcher, her focus is on biomedical devices and engineering education. Past experiences involve work in industry such as Cooper San Francisco, Karl Storz Endoskope and Continuum Milan.

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 155 E, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Ticketed event
This workshop will be divided into three parts: Conation, Creativity, and Connection. Part 1 Conation: Dr. Dancz, KolbeTM certified consultant, will guide participants in validated Kolbe ATM Index results and how to operationalize conative diversity when working with colleagues and students. Part 2 Creativity: Dr. High will lead participants in active exploration of research and implementation of creativity in engineering courses and curricula. High and Dancz will share successful strategies and lessons learned from their reimagineered course entitled “Conation and Creativity in Engineering”. Part ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Karen A High

    Clemson University

    Karen High earned her B.S. from the University of Michigan in 1985 and her M.S. in 1988 and Ph.D. in 1991 from the Pennsylvania State University. Her main technical research interests are Sustainable Process Design and Multicriteria Decision Making. Her engineering education activities include enhancing mathematics, communication skills, critical thinking and creativity in engineering students and teaching science and engineering to education professionals. Additionally, she works with elementary, middle school and high school teachers and students on engineering projects. She has worked with teac ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Claire L. A. Dancz

    Clemson University

    Claire L. A. Dancz, Ph.D., M.ASCE is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering and Science Education, Department of Civil Engineering, and Clemson Online at Clemson University. She has been a Kolbe™ Certified Consultant since 2013. Her research focuses on conation, formation of teams, student work patterns, engineering communication, and hands-on online courses. She serves as external evaluator on engineering and science education research projects and initiatives. She has previously conducted mixed-methods research on approaches to integrating sustainability, National Academ ... (continued)

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 151 G, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Monte Carlo Simulation is a powerful technique for modeling the behavior of complex systems ranging from microelectronics to financial markets, yet can be remarkably simple to incorporate into undergraduate engineering courses. This workshop teaches participants how to use readily-available Monte Carlo Simulation software in the classroom through hands-on tutorials.

This workshop is designed for instructors from any engineering discipline who teach undergraduate courses where a Systems- or Design-Thinking approach is useful. Cross-disciplinary courses such as Engineering Economy, gateway engine ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. James Burns

    Purdue Polytechnic Institute

    Jim joined the faculty at Purdue Polytechnic in 2015 after completing a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Western Michigan University, and has more than 10 years industry experience in the manufacturing sector in a variety of roles including process engineering, operations management, and technical sales. His area of expertise centers on applying OR/MS and Simulation techniques to Supply Chain & Operations Management problems, and has also conducted research in the areas of Human Factors and Work Design for evaluating time and motion efficiency in operations. Jim also holds an undergraduate IE degree and a Six Sigma Greenbelt.

  2. Dr. Bob E. White

    Western Michigan University

    Bob White has a Ph.D. in Engineering Valuation from Iowa State University (1980). He is currently a professor of Industrial and Entrepreneurial Engineering & Engineering Management at Western Michigan University. His interests include entrepreneurial engineering, engineering economy, capital budgeting, and operations control. Dr. White is actively involved as a consultant to industry having been involved with numerous companies. Dr. White has over 20 journal publications and more than 50 articles in conference proceedings. Some of Dr. White’s journal publications include The Engineering Econom ... (continued)

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 355 D, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Advancement in computer and Internet technologies allowed tremendous growth of network and hence the area of Internet Of Things (IoT). Engineering educators and researchers utilized this protocol to connect their experimental systems with the web and that created the area of Internet accessible remote laboratories. Given a specialized development, there is no existence of formal/informal training in terms of design and development of these remote laboratories as well as their implementation for laboratory course offerings and associated management. To address these issue this workshop will prov ... (continued)

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  1. Prof. Abul K. M. Azad

    Northern Illinois University

    Abul K. M. Azad is a Professor with the Technology Department of Northern Illinois University. He has a Ph.D. in Control and Systems Engineering and M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Electronics Engineering. He has been in academics for 25 years, and his research interests include remote laboratories, mechatronic systems, mobile robotics, and educational research. In these areas, Dr. Azad has over 100 refereed journal and conference papers, edited books, and book chapters. So far, he has attracted around $1.7M of research and development grants from various national and international funding agencies. He is a me ... (continued)

  2. Prof. Michael E. Auer

    IGIP

    Michael Auer is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Systems Engineering Dept. of the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences Villach, Austria and has also teaching positions at the Universities of Klagenfurt (Austria), Amman (Jordan), Brasov (Romania) and Patras (Greece). He was invited for guest lectures at MIT Boston, Columbia University, Technical Universities of Moscow, Athens and others. He is a senior member of IEEE and member of VDE, IGIP, etc., author or co-author of more than 180 publications and leading member of numerous national and international organizations in the field of ... (continued)

  3. Mr. Danilo Garbi Zutin P.E.

    Carinthia University of Applied Sciences

    Mr. Danilo Garbi Zutin P.E., is an Assistant Professor and Senior Researcher at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Villach, Austria. He has graduated in electrical engineering at the State University of Sao Paulo (UNESP), Bauru, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and obtained his Master degree in Systems Design (specialization in Remote Systems) at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences in Villach, Austria. His research interests are in the field of remote engineering, online labs, remote control of devices and software development for online labs. Danilo Garbi Zutin is currently a senior Resear ... (continued)

Sun. June 24, 2018 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Room 355 A, Convention Center - Salt Palace
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This MIPSfpga workshop shows how to access and use the MIPSfpga package, which includes the Verilog source code of the commercial MIPS microAptiv processor, all required development tools for MIPSfpga, a comprehensive Getting Started Guide that describes, among other things, the MIPSfpga system and how to simulate and run MIPSfpga on different FPGAs, and 25 hands-on labs. These labs guide users in writing, debugging, and running programs on the MIPSfpga core; extending the core to interface with I/O (i.e., audio, sensors, LCDs); using interrupts and performance counters; exploring and modifying th ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Prof. Sarah L Harris

    Dr. Sarah L. Harris is an Associate Professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). She earned her M.S. and Ph.D. from Stanford University and was an Assistant and Associate Professor at Harvey Mudd College for 10 years before joining the UNLV faculty. Dr. Harris has worked at companies including Hewlett Packard and NVIDIA. Her research interests include embedded systems, bio-inspired robotics, and hardware acceleration. She is also a co-author of the textbook Digital Design and Computer Architecture (© 2012 Morgan Kaufmann).

  2. Daniel Chaver Martinez

    University Complutense of Madrid

    Dr. Daniel Chaver Martinez is an Associate Professor at the University Complutense of Madrid (UCM). He studied Physics at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), Electronic Engineering at UCM, and earned his PhD at UCM in 2006. His current research includes architectural techniques for caching and for non-volatile memories and OS scheduling for asymmetric multiprocessors.

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