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  Sharing Best Practices of Transformations in Learning Outcomes at Engineering Institutions


A total of four workshops are planned during ICTIEE – Hubli 2014 Conference on January 16, 2014. Delegates may attend any one of these workshops by registering for one. You may register for one of the workshops along with the conference registration here. Following are the details of the workshops :

  by Dr. Stephanie Farrell “Handling Large Class Rooms”
Dr. Stephanie Farrell is associated with Rowan University. She earned her Ph.D  from New Jersey Institute of Technology. Her  research interests include Drug Delivery Systems, Membrane separations and Inductive learning strategies.
  by Dr. Khairiyah Mohd Yusof “Supporting students for effective implementation of Student Centred Learning Technique”
Khairiyah Mohd Yusof is an Associate Professor and the Head of Information Systems Program at the School of Computer Science, Faculty of Technology and Information Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Her research interests include Health Informatics, particularly Health Information Systems Evaluation, Information Systems Development, Management Information Systems, Business Process Management, Human and Organizational issues in IS, Cybernetics, particularly the Viable System Model and Ontology.
  by Dr.Yacob Astatke Ubiquitous Hands on Learning Using Mobile Laboratory Instrumentation

Dr. Yacob Astatke completed both his Doctor of Engineering and B.S.E.E. degrees from Morgan State University (MSU) and his M.S.E.E. from Johns Hopkins University. He has been a full time faculty member in the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department at MSU for the past 16 years and currently serves as the Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies.

Dr. Astatke's current research interests include the design and optimization of Cellular and Ad-hoc mixed wireless communication networks, and the development and delivery of web-based course materials.

  by BVB Team “Curriculum Design Using Outcome Based Education Framework”
Dr.Ashok Shettar earned his PhD from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (India). He has three decades of experience in Engineering Education. His conviction and systemic practice of OBE have taken his Institution to greater heights in India. He has the experience of acting as resource person in Workshops on Outcome Based Education in local, regional and national levels in India. He is an active researcher in Engineering Education. Dr.Ashok Shettar is currently the Principal of BVB College of Engineering & Technology, Hubli – 580 031 (India).
Dr.Prakash Tewari earned his PhD from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi(India). He has about 25 years of experience in Engineering Education. Dr.Prakash Tewari is currently the Professor and Head of Mechanical Engineering and Dean (Academic Affairs) of BVB College of Engineering & Technology, Hubli – 580 031 (India).
Dr.Narasimha Ayachit earned his PhD from Karnataka University, Dharwad (India). He has nearly 25 years of experience in Engineering Education. Dr. Ayachit is currently the Professor of Physics and Associate Dean (Academic Affairs) of BVB College of Engineering & Technology, Hubli – 580 031 ( India).
Gopalkrishna Joshi, has more than two decades of experience in Engineering Education. Mr.Joshi is currently serving as Professor of Computer Science & Engineering in BVB College of Engineering & Technology, Hubli – 580031(India). He is also the Coordinator of Centre for Engineering Education Research (CEER), in his Institution. CEER focuses on innovation and research in Engineering Education in BVB College of Engineering & Technology.
by National Instruments  “Do Engineering - A Workshop on Experiential Learning Approach for Research and Education”

Attend this workshop to learn how to transcend traditional, theoretical approach to research and education by being more experimental, and hands-on in your approach. Learn about the tools that can be used by professors, researchers, and students alike for experiential education and learning. Instead of relying on simulations, learn how you can bring real world data from actual engineering systems into your research. Instead of relying on textbooks, learn how to use real engineering systems, to teach concepts of engineering to students. Learn about the technologies, and the approach that can enable students to develop systems that solve real world problems, for their final year project. In this workshop, DO ENGINEERING! 
The first half of this workshop introduces you to the technologies and tools that really make experiential learning possible. Explore a Graphical programming environment, which makes parallel, multi-core, and even FPGA programming easier and faster than ever before. Learn how to use this environment for various research areas, from signal processing to control systems to communications to robotics etc. Learn how to interface with real sensors to bring measurements from various physical phenomena to your computer, implement various signal processing algorithms, analyze this data, and use the results to make control decisions.
The second half introduces you to two specific products for communication and embedded systems design. This half is divided into two tracks. The first track focuses on a flexible Software Defined Radio Platform. In this track participants work with the NI USRP to get hands-on experience in building powerful wireless communication systems for research and education. The second track focuses on NI RIO, a software-defined, re-configurable, Embedded System Design architecture, which enables you to design, prototype, and deploy embedded systems, a platform that stays with the students from classes, to labs, and helps them to implement their final year projects.
Resource Person Details

    • Chinmay Anand Misra – Technical Marketing Engineer, NI India
    • Raviteja Chivukula – Technical marketing Engineer, NI India
    • Apurva Mudgal – Applications Engineer, NI India
by Quanser “Innovative Hands-on Lab Techniques with Quanser Equipment”

This hands-on workshop introduces new developments in hands-on undergraduate labs that increases motivation and provides industry-relevant skills to students. Quanser is a leading producer of high precision lab equipment with a special focus on control, mechatronics and robotics. In this workshop, participants will use the company’s new QUBE™-Servo servomotor system, an affordable lab platform for a broad range of undergraduate exercises. The QUBE-Servo available at a fraction of the cost of conventional servomotor systems, offers a unique integrated design that provides easy setup and operation.

Workshop Presenters:

Michel Lévis MASc, Application Engineer, Quanser. Mr. Lévis earned his Master’s degree in Engineering from the University of Toronto and his Bachelor’s from Queen’s University in Canada. Mr. Lévis has many years of experience in collaborating with the global Quanser community to ensure maximum benefit from Quanser systems.

Keith Blanchet, Director of Business Development,Quancer. Keith Blanchet is responsible for world-wide business development and partnerships with academia and industry. Mr. Blanchet leads many of Quanser's most prominent partnerships and collaborations with universities and has been a critical contributor to the establishing of the company's global reputation as leaders in innovative education systems. Mr. Blanchet holds a Mechanical Engineering degree with specialization in Simulation and Control from the École de Technologie Superiéure, Montreal, Canada.


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