Publications

  • This new document from ASIBEI, result of work done in the Strategic Amendment 2, sustained and consistent evidence of ASIBEI, finding consensus to build a common regional space in engineering education. The characterization of the Ibero-american Engineer profile in terms of the four dimensions, academic, professional, environmental and social, contribute to the discussion and reflection in academic units and engineering education associations of the region, in order to improve and strengthen...
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    Engineering turns science and technology into something tangible and useful to society.

    It is appied in creating various structures, home appliances and other infrastructures and equipment, which make human lives safe and convenient.

    From Nov. 29 to Dec. 2, Kyoto will host the World Engineering Conference and Convention (WECC) 2015, in which engineers from around the world gather to discuss the importance of engineering and showcase their...

  • Develop key skills you'll need for your career in mechanical, industrial, aerospace, manufacturing, or automotive engineering with PRODUCT DESIGN FOR ENGINEERS. This empowering text explores techniques for managing innovation, entrepreneurship, and design and introduces you to the creative problem-solving method for product success. Case studies in every chapter explore issues of design for assembly, disassembly, reliability, maintainability, and sustainability. The book's interdisciplinary...

  • Abstract: Getting more Women in to Science: Knowledge Issue by Londa Schiebinger (An Introduction to: Gendered Innovations in Science and Engineering, ed. Londa Schiebinger, forthcoming)

     

    The situation for intellectual women in the United States has...

  • Abstract: From The Conversation, “Why does so little foreign aid go to support universities?” by Anna Childs

     

     

    Historic lack of aid, along with effects of structural adjustment policies on general public spending has caused under-resourced universities, particularly in developing countries where only about 2.7% of total foreign aid...