IFEES members, Hulas King of Siemens, and Ahad Ali from the Industrial Engineering & Operations Management (IEOM) Society explore the importance of Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) in the engineering education curriculum and its vital role in preparing future engineers for the global market.
Introduction from Go PLM: A Unique Perspective on Productivity & Innovation:
"Increased Collaboration of global design and manufacturing processes...
Today's "Big Data" allows information to be propelled around the world in an instant; however, this proliferation requires energy consumption. In Green Information Technology: A Sustainable Approach, GEDC Member Mohammed Dastbaz, and his colleagues Colin Pattinson and Babak Akhgar, explore the challenges presented by the energy demands of such massive computing power.
Green Information Technology: A...
In the United States, large class sizes can present a challenge to professors teaching engineering and allowing them to give their students individualized attention and the hands-on experience that will help foster the next generation of Engineers. Dr. Robert A. Canfield of Virginia Tech presents his experiences teaching a MATLAB ...
Aldert Kamp explores challenges envisioned in 2050 and the evolution necessary for future engineers to function in the 21st Century and to address these challenges. Aldert Kamp is the director of Education Aerospace Engineering at the Delft University of Technology.
Building Partnerships and Pathways to Address the Foundational Grand Challenge for Engineering EducationFINAL REPORTHosted by Florida International University (FIU), with generous support of the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Building Partnerships and Pathways to Address the Foundational Grand Challenge for Engineering Education – Concrete Steps towards Broadening ParticipationWorkshop was held March 7-9, 2012 in...