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Integrating Sensing and Information Processing in an Electrical and Computer Engineering undergraduate curriculum

Gary A. Ybarra, Leslie M. Collins, Lisa G. Huettel, Hisham Z. Massoud, John A. Board, Martin Brooke, Nan M. Jokerst, Romit Roy Choudhury, Michael R. Gustafson, Rebecca M. Willett, Kip Coonley
2009 2009 39th IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference  
The cornerstone of the new ECE curriculum, Fundamentals of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been designed to provide students with a holistic view of ECE and as a roadmap for the remainder of the  ...  This theme provides a coherent, overarching framework that links principles of ECE to each other and to real-world engineering problems.  ...  Six areas for improvement were identified including a need to: 1) provide a coherent, overarching framework that integrates basic principles of ECE to serve as a roadmap through the curriculum, 2) provide  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2009.5350770 fatcat:mvuqsndej5a2pggsutt6u3bupu


Irina Neaga
2019 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
This analysis aims at providing support for further consolidated recommendations to enable the development of higher education engineering curriculum for enhancing I4.0 application for smart organisations  ...  This research work-in-progress deals with a holistic analysis of the impacts of Industry 4.0 (I4.0) for engineering education especially for University undergraduate (level 4-6), master (level 7) and PhD  ...  Acknowledgements I acknowledge that this research and participation within Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA-ACEG19) Conference are financially supported by the Seed-Corn funding awarded  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.vi0.13859 fatcat:cw5pqik6ffcehdjomq4uwi7yfy

Building Information Modelling (BIM) Adoption Model for Architectural Education

Ilya Fadjar Maharika, Achmad Irsan, Syarifah Ismailiyah Al Athas, Ariadi Susanto, Vendie Abma, Yebi Yuriandala
2020 Journal of Design and the Built Environment  
for readiness assessment, roadmap development, and exchange terminologies between education and the wider context of architecture, engineering, construction, operation and management industries.  ...  The application of the model may be limited to architectural schools which are still in the initial process of BIM adoption but the comprehensiveness of the model may possibly be developed as the basis  ...  The following initial steps included the adoption of Computer Simulation and Presentation as a compulsory course in 2001 and formalization of the Digital Architecture Laboratory as the authorized Autodesk  ... 
doi:10.22452/jdbe.vol20no3.2 fatcat:7b5jam6axvdwhka2svpnr5ugpu

A Brief Report on the Actions towards the Introduction of BIM in the Macedonian Construction Sector

Lihnida Stojanovska-Georgievska, Ivana Sandeva, Aleksandar Krleski, Hristina Spasevska, Margarita Ginovska, Igor Panchevski, Risto Ivanov, Ignasi Perez Arnal, Tomo Cerovsek, Tomas Funtik
2021 Environmental Sciences Proceedings  
Although the building sector builds and renovates objects, the construction industry is currently due for a digital renovation.  ...  The presented review on the current stage of development, benefits, and barriers is followed with showcasing the possibilities for using BIM for the assessment of the energy performance of buildings through  ...  Proposal for National Roadmap for Implementation of BIM The roadmap proposes strategies to overcome identified barriers and define the pathway to ensure a successful digital transition.  ... 
doi:10.3390/environsciproc2021011008 fatcat:cjpgaofh7nfvphgjt56htt64zi

Gaps and Barriers to Successful Integration and Adoption of Practical Materials Informatics Tools and Workflows

David L. McDowell
2020 JOM: The Member Journal of TMS  
pursued within the vision of a materials innovation ecosystem that spans across conventional engineering, science, and computing disciplines.  ...  Preparation of the future materials workforce consistent with major imperatives rooted in integrated computational materials engineering (ICME) and the materials genome initiative (MGI) is most effectively  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author is grateful to the office of the Executive Vice President of Research at Georgia Tech for standing up the Institute for Materials at Georgia Tech as an outcome of a campus-wide  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11837-020-04434-8 fatcat:rtvvchlrizhfxn5kx4zjte6y2a

The Impact of Virtual Learning Environments on the Digitalization of Higher Education in the Kurdistan Region-Iraq

Razwan Mohmed Salah
2022 Science Journal of University of Zakho  
For that, this paper shows the status of the Higher Education System and universities in Kurdistan Region-Iraq and how the widely modern technologies (e.g.  ...  Online Laboratories and VR/AR Technology) can impact educational approaches to enhance and modernize the quality of Higher Education in the Kurdistan Region-Iraq, digitalization Education system, and elements  ...  , focuses on curriculum reform, increases autonomy for universities and technical institutions, extends professional development programs, and the promotion of research (KRI, 2020).  ... 
doi:10.25271/sjuoz.2022.10.3.875 fatcat:ll5mogj4djgrzfycwqnoyulpty

Teaching of critical computing concepts

Srini Ramaswamy
2009 Proceedings of the International Workshop on Enterprises & Organizational Modeling and Simulation - EOMAS '09  
With the explosion of women gamers, there needs to be a sea-change in the industry, with more female developers and more games for women.  ...  A recent study by Nielsen's NetRatings finds that males accounted for 51 percent of the 46 million online gamers.  ...  at UALR for a High Performance Computing initiative, and the research coordinator for collaboration on Engineering Innovative Software Systems for Marine Transportation Logistics with the National Institute  ... 
doi:10.1145/1750405.1750408 fatcat:4bjx6ks5ljao3menssferd76cu

A Framework for Searching for General Artificial Intelligence [article]

Marek Rosa, Jan Feyereisl, The GoodAI Collective
2016 arXiv   pre-print
In this document, we seek to describe and unify principles that guide the basis of our development of general artificial intelligence.  ...  These principles revolve around the idea that intelligence is a tool for searching for general solutions to problems.  ...  necessary for developing a successful curriculum.  ... 
arXiv:1611.00685v1 fatcat:3cy7tt3tu5enrdrwglxen7eghu

Engineering Curriculum in Support of Industry 4.0

Tom A. Eppes, Ivana Milanovic, Reihaneh Jamshidi, Devdas Shetty
2021 International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE)  
Our paper offers a template of how to transition into a curriculum that produces newly minted engineers better equipped to engage in complex design.  ...  We describe how integrated project- and inquiry-based learning in the context of a simulation environment and across the curriculum is improving student readiness and transition into industry.  ...  Introduction The paper provides a case study of simulations and applications embedded in the undergraduate (UG) engineering curriculum at the University of Hartford (UH).  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v17i01.17937 fatcat:weqnprl2tfdnjg77ot6a7pi2gm

Moving university hydrology education forward with geoinformatics, data and modeling approaches

V. Merwade, B. L. Ruddell
2012 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions  
This paper presents an argument that that Data and Modeling Driven Geoscience Cybereducation (DMDGC) approaches are valuable for 5 teaching the conceptual and applied aspects of hydrology, as a part of  ...  unique DMDGC digital curriculum materials. 2602 HESSD Abstract 25 2604 Abstract HESSD 9Abstract HESSD 9Abstract HESSD 9Abstract 9Abstract 9Abstract 9Abstract 9Abstract but the number of schools that offer  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or 25 recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hessd-9-2601-2012 fatcat:5uzyfmoiifguxhjcct5mvncdue

Moving university hydrology education forward with community-based geoinformatics, data and modeling resources

V. Merwade, B. L. Ruddell
2012 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
Inadequate online material publication and sharing systems, and a lack of incentives for faculty to develop and publish materials via such systems, is also identified as a challenge.  ...  cyberinfrastructure necessary to support the unique DMDGC digital curriculum materials.  ...  The authors acknowledge the participation and input of all the attendees (see supplementary materials) at the workshop, and the individuals who responded to online surveys. Review comments from A.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-16-2393-2012 fatcat:dqirbnklafbvjcy7b2wuewhbiu


Galina Nikolcheva
2020 Proceedings of CBU in Natural Sciences and ICT  
The raising of the digital readiness index for the industry requires the development of educational and scientific initiatives in order to create capacity for institutional and organizational acceptance  ...  The readiness for digital transformation of industry is highly dependent from the existence of enough ICT experts with profiles to industrial applications and cyber-physical systems as well as the widespread  ...  National Science Foundation (NSF) initiated in 2016 a study on the need for CPS training and established a Committee to develop a 21st Century vision for education in the field (National Academies ofSciences  ... 
doi:10.12955/pns.v1.122 fatcat:wmvtaviahjcxbexlu6gar6tuxq

Incorporating Advanced Aircraft Technologies into an Aeronautical Engineering Technology Curriculum

Timothy Ropp, Jay Hedden, Philip Mick, J. Michael Davis, S. Wesley Austin Jr.
2012 Journal of Aviation Technology and Engineering  
This initiative will better prepare students for an industry where synthetic process visualization, drag and drop planning screens and "smart" personal computing device applications play a significant  ...  of networked aircraft into an undergraduate Aviation curriculum.  ...  Ash asserts that digital gaming and simulation style applications in the classroom can be a valuable additional tool for raising student achievement. The U.S.  ... 
doi:10.5703/1288284314863 fatcat:i4djburmmnbijntltcyuhoxnfu

Applications of Digital Twins in the Healthcare Industry: Case Review of an IoT-Enabled Remote Technology in Dentistry

Yaser Maddahi, Siqi Chen
2022 Virtual Worlds  
Then, inspired by digital twin applications in different fields, we propose a roadmap for digital twins in remote education for dental institutes, consisting of examples of growing complexity.  ...  In this work, we employ a mixed-method approach to investigate the added value of digital twins for remote learning in the dental industry.  ...  Digital Earth The next step after developing digital twins for cities is a digital twin for our planet.  ... 
doi:10.3390/virtualworlds1010003 fatcat:wopyhk2ch5gtjbrlx4ehjxh2hq

A Roadmap For Big Data Incorporating Both The Research Roadmap And The Policy Roadmap: Byte Policy And Research Roadmap

Stéphane Grumbach, Aurélien Faravelon, Martí Cuquet, Anna Fensel, Scott Cunningham, Rachel Finn
2017 Zenodo  
A roadmap for big data incorporating both the research roadmap and the policy roadmap: BYTE Policy and Research Roadmap. Deliverable D6.1 BYTE Project  ...  A BIG DATA POLICY ROADMAP FOR EUROPE BACKGROUND Current European context and goals for a policy roadmap Europe is dependent on foreign digital companies.  ...  of datasets • Develop search engines for datasets, with e.g. ranking algorithms analogous to the standard search engines, with the aim of making already existing data easily discoverable and usable.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1195744 fatcat:aqpyxix3crawhpheliz3v33kye
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