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    • Quality in eLearning: Perceptions of instructors 

      Al Awadh, Mohammed; Weheba, Gamal; Gupta, Deepak (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2020-03)
      eLearning is rapidly growing and competing with traditional classroom learning. Advancements in digital technology and democratization of the internet have made eLearning more accessible, flexible, and convenient way for ...
    • Real time employees overtime predictor model 

      Stearns, Shaun; Gang, Isaac K. (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2021-03)
      Employers often struggle with a cost-efficient way to schedule workers and handle overtime. Paying employees overtime is a very inefficient and expensive way to keep a department going. In this paper, we will analyze data ...
    • Real-time kinematics directed swarm robotics for construction 3D printing 

      Wang, Darren; Zhu, Robert (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2021-03)
      Architectural advancements in housing are limited by traditional construction techniques. Construction 3D printing introduces freedom in design that can lead to improvements in building design, resource efficiency, and ...
    • Solar Decathlon design challenge: A collaborative student-community engagement project 

      Mani, Nirajan; Chenot, D. Keith (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2022-03)
      To prepare our students for their chosen careers, it is important to provide opportunities that integrate their past studies and apply these through civic engagement. The Solar Decathlon competition sponsored by the U.S. ...
    • Study of kinematic and kinetic aspects of mechanisms using tools of CAD solid modelers 

      McDonald, Blair J.; Ravikumar, Prathivadi; Shin, Il-Seop; Zbeeb, Khaled; N., Puneeth (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2020-03)
      In engineering education, the kinematic and kinetic study of mechanisms is a subject that is as challenging to teach as it is to learn. Modern computer aided design (CAD) and solid modeling software, such as SolidWorks, ...
    • Sustainable redevelopment in Fitchburg: A collaborative faculty-students-community engaged project 

      Mani, Nirajan; Chenot, D. Keith (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2020-03)
      Collaborative faculty-students-community engaged (FSCE) projects with strong pedagogical and innovative service-learning approaches can dramatically transform and expand higher education and curriculum outcomes. FSCE ...
    • Teacher externship program: An opportunity for educators to build a relationship with industries 

      Mani, Nirajan (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2022-03)
      It is a tremendous responsibility of teachers to prepare students for the future workforce by exposing them and providing necessary skills as per current demand of industry. It can be challenging for teachers who receive ...
    • Teaching trends in data, technology, and society - finding a new balance 

      Stryker, Jay (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2022-03)
      In the Fall of 2020, a First-Year Seminar that discussed various trends in the applications of data and technology to society was taught at Stetson University for the first time. It covered exciting trends in data analytics ...
    • The usage of Smart Glass technology in airports to reduce the carbon footprint of aviation facilities 

      Tunc, Onur A.; Carstens, Deborah (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2022-03)
      This study aims to increase awareness of a new solution for reducing the carbon footprint of airports. The use of Smart Glass technology in airports and other architectural design choices across the world mitigates the use ...
    • The use of machine learning for electrical component end-of-life predictions 

      Rust, Ryan; Elshennawy, Ahmad (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2021-03)
      Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS), also referred to as obsolescence, is a sector of product sustainment that is receiving more attention as certain technologies continue to have longer and ...
    • Theoretical study on instability of the base solutions of Lorenz system via Ordinary Differential Equations 

      Davani, Sina; Asmatulu, Ramazan (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2021-03)
      The Lorenz system is well-known for producing chaotic solutions for a particular range of technical systems and process characteristics. To examine the instability, fluctuation parameters in the form of exponential functions ...
    • Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo energy forecast 

      Llaugel, Felipe; Ridley, Dennis; Cespedes, Amparo (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2020-03)
      Energy time series data for Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo is analyzed and forecast by the moving window spectral method to capture cyclical components and effects. The historical record is 217 months from March ...
    • University-Industry collaboration to meet Criterion 7 of an ETAC accredited program 

      Torres, Mauricio; Sadat-Hossieny, Morteza; Sun, Gang (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2020-03)
      With budget shortfalls for education and lack of sufficient funds from grants, institutions are eager to reach collaboration with engineering-related organizations and industries in order to adequately provide current and ...
    • Using SAE-Baja project in attracting and empowering women in engineering/technology: A case of success at Northern Kentucky University (NKU) and Cincinnati State Technical and Community College (CSTCC) 

      Sadat-Hossieny, Morteza; Torres, Mauricio; Sadat-Hossieny, Sabira; Decker, Zane (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2020-03)
      The literature shows that many efforts have been made to draw female students to STEM in general and engineering careers in particular. The importance of ensuring that engineering is a gender-neutral field and addressing ...
    • Using Six Sigma for energy conservation and energy efficiency improvement 

      Asmatulu, Eylem; Ali, Zaara; Habib, Md Ahsan; Rahman, Muhammad M. (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2021-03)
      Energy is the backbone of human activity. Energy consumption is increasing rapidly worldwide to sustain the modern way of living with all amenities. Energy, being an indisputable input, optimizing its utilization helps ...