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2020 Annual Conference
The ASEE 2020 Virtual Annual Conference content is available.
Interdisciplinary, innnovative, and just plain fun projects in energy. We look at renewables, fuel cells, racing HEVs, and an underground heat pump. This is a great introduction to the exciting new ideas and designs that are making energy a great place to be.
Exciting project stories about designing and installing wind and solar alternative energy projects. These projects are student-designed and work very well. Come and see for yourself what is possible with alternative energy projects.
Great practical ideas that have a proven track record in classes, in instructional labs, and in projects that are popular with students. We show innovative ways to teach alternative energy and new energy storage technologies to imaginative new slants on traditional topics in enery education.
Ticketed event: $30.00
Enhance your ASEE conference experience by taking the Toyota Texas Manufacturing plant tour. You will hear and see just what goes into the manufacturing of the Toyota Tundra and Tacoma as they roll off the line each day. This is Toyota’s newest manufacturing facility in North America.
Toyota tour guides will take us through 2.2 million square feet of the facility. First, you will be taken into the Body Weld Shop. Here you will watch a team of computer-controlled robots use state-of-the-art technology to weld stamp steel pieces together. Next, you will move into the Plastics Shop. This is where c ... (continued)
New ideas and experiences in developing courses, laboratories, and real student projects in energy applications. These are ideas and innovations that really work, such as practical fuel cells, smart grid, a campus-wide sustainability laboratory concept, and sustainable lighting.
Smart grid, renewable energy, sustainability, and the challenges of the immediate future in energy engineering. We discuss innovative projects, courses, and curricula that are advancing energy education, one of engineering's hottest topics right now. Experienced and successful professors present their experiences in the classroom and in the research laboratory.
A wide array of new ideas for alternative energy courses at every level. We investigate project-based renewable energy for undergrads, modeling tools and applications, student involvement in sustainability, and even an innovative general education course.
Exciting alternative energy projects that stretch our possibilities in ways that maximize sustainability. These are imaginative bio projects, including biodiesel, biochar, anerobic digestors, and chemical engineering demonstrations.
Bringing new ideas in alternative energy and sustainability to K-12 stuents. We create better curricula, find new ways to excite and involve K-12 students, and bring the challenges of the power grid the the K-12 environment in an way that they understand.