Monday, July 26, 2010

Top 5 Reasons to Attend the Academic Forum at NIWeek 2010

1. Attend sessions delivered by your peers to learn how they have used NI technology to advance and improve their classroom, lab and engineering education overall.

Discuss the future of engineering education with the
Future of Engineering Panel, which includes Dr. Adel Sedra - Dean of Engineering, Waterloo; Dr. Bill Kaiser - Professor, University of California Los Angeles; Dr. Tony Ambler - Chairman, Department of Electrical & Computing Engineering - The University of Texas at Austin; Dr. Jim McClellan - Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Dr. Delores Etter - Professor, Southern Methodist University.

Join Ray Almgren and Dave Wilson at the
Key Note Lunch as they demonstrate the latest tools and programs that are improving the learning experience and inspiring the next generation of innovators through a hands-on, design approach.

4. Visit cutting-edge labs on the
University of Texas at Austin tour to see work in various application areas and how NI technology is used to further research.

. Learn how student teams incorported NI LabVIEW in their p
rojects from student category of the Graphical System Design Achievement Awards.

For more information on NIWeek 2010 visit or Register now.

If you plan to visit NIWeek, stop by Quanser's booth #538. You can see the whole spectrum of Quanser QNET control experiments in action. Plus, we will demonstrate Quanser's Rotary Motion Experiments along with the newest data acquisition solutions and power amplifiers that are just being released. Or find out how you can enhance your lab with the Active Suspension experiment and why it is captivating students.

We hope you join us at the Academic Forum on Monday, August 2. Quanser will present how professors can utilize QNETs to teach fundamentals of controls at the session titled "Multidiscipline Teaching with the NI ELVIS Ecosystem".

Looking forward to meeting you in Austin!

Newly released QNET Mechatronic Sensors board will be demonstrated at NIWeek 2010.

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