For those registered for the Workshops ONLY
This is the registration only for those attending Workshops. The conference registration will open prior to the evening event.
Know your discipline; Know yourself; Know your team - Integrating disciplinary knowledge, expertise, and identities into effective capstone design teams, Jason Foster, Patricia Sheridan, Deborah Tihanyi
Connecting the dots for engineering leadership education in Canada, Mike Klassen, Annie Simpson
Use of circuit simulation in teaching electronics, M.B. Patil
Conducting engineering education research, Brian Frank, Sean Maw
Practice with Alternative Approaches to Critiquing Design, Andrew Trivett, Steve Lambert, Jim Baleshta, Jilian Adams
Megawatts and Marbles, Andrew MacLean, Manuel Fluck, & Peter Wild
Canadian Engineering Education Challenge: A network for curriculum redevelopment, Brian Frank
Designing Projects: Client Selection for Student Success, Wayne Peters, Bishnu Acharya, & Brian Smyth
Exploring a model for meaningful STEM outreach programs, Dawn Britton, Darlee Gerrard
Embedding Academic Supporting into the Engineering Curriculum: An Australian Perspective, Jackie Hammill
Encouraging Professionalism and Lifelong Learning through Gamification, Nancy Nelson
Engaging in Engineering: How to Inspire Kids to Love Engineering, Alexandra Fenton, Scott Compeau
Planning, Implementing and Sustaining Graduate Attribute Assessment, Brian Frank, Jake Kaupp
The Responsive Researcher: Leveraging the interplay between objectives, discoveries, analysis and methods, Deborah Tihanyi, Penny Kinnear
Designing a successful multidisciplinary capstone project course, David S Strong, Anthony Hodgson
Accreditation Speed Dating: Challenges, Victories and You, Brian Frank, Jake Kaupp
CEEA Student Networking Session
June 19, 2016 16:00 – 17:00
Workshop 6b: CEEA Student Networking Session
Presenters: Elizabeth Kuley & Jillian Seniuk Cicek
The purpose of this workshop is to allow students the opportunity to network with one another as well as gather a sense of what research is currently being conducted in Canada through meeting fellow students.
Tall Ship Silva departs at 6:15 from 1751 Lower Water Street
Harbour Cruise: departs at 6:15
Join your colleagues for the CEEA/ACEG 2016 Conference Welcome Reception on June 19 onboard the Tall Ship Silva (www.tallshipsilva.com).
The departure time of the harbor cruise is 6:15pm. To ensure there is no delay, please arrive by 5:45 pm to allow for sufficient boarding time. Boarding will be from the pier next to 1751 Lower Water Street
For those NOT attending workshops this day - you may choose to go straight to the harbour to check in for the event and register for the conference on Monday morning.
Registration and Coffee
Creativity, design, and rigor: foundations for successful innovation
Innovative product design education relies upon skills that involve creative thinking, domain knowledge, the ability to execute ideas, all while fostering a motivating experience. This presentation outlines ideas, techniques and strategies that can be used in teaching teams—in both research and design contexts—to become more innovative and impactful. The presentation will draw upon both research and experience in teaching several design classes at MIT.
Professor David Wallace is a Professor in Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He earned his Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Industrial Design degrees at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. He received his S.M, and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1994, and joined the faculty in 1995. Professor Wallace’s focus, in both research and teaching, is on innovative, socially responsible product design—ranging from computational tools and processes that increase the likelihood of successful innovation, to skills and techniques for designing and improving creativity. Through the application of his unusual background in both engineering and industrial design, Professor Wallace’s goals are to develop new methods that impact upon the practice of product development and to help inspire and equip the next generation of engineering innovators, all while continuing to learn new things and have fun in the process.
Jesse Rodgers received a BA from the University of Waterloo and an MSc in Internet Computing from the University of Liverpool. Jesse was the founding director of both the Velocity incubator at the University of Waterloo and, subsequently, the Creative Destructive Lab at the University of Toronto. Jesse also has startup experience as the co-founder of TribeHR and spent 16 months as the Vice-President of Business Development at Waterloo-based startup Boltmade. Jesse was recently named the CEO of Halifax-based incubator Volta Labs.
Pier 21 Museum: 1055 Marginal Rd, Halifax
For our Banquet at Pier 21 (1055 Marginal Rd) on June 21st, please let us know your meal choice as well as other important information by completing our online survey by June 13th: https://surveys.dal.ca/opinio/s?s=33246