Thursday, March 10, 2011

New Approaches in Training Future Engineers: Quanser Speaks at 2011 ECEDHA Conference

Quanser will attend the 2011 ECEDHA Conference in Phoenix, Arizona (March 11 – 15) and take the opportunity to share insights on some exciting ways leaders in engineering education are responding to the challenges of training tomorrow’s engineers.
On Sunday, March 13 at 12:30 p.m., Leor Grebler, Quanser’s Academic Solutions Advisor, will present a Spotlight Session titled “A Renaissance in Engineering Education: How Hands-on Learning is Transforming Future Engineers”.
Leor will outline how schools are transforming future engineers through:
  • Hands-on learning
  • Cross-departmental collaboration
  • International cooperation
These valuable insights have been gained through interactions with almost 100 engineering schools in the US and Canada as well as over 500 university clients of Quanser worldwide. Together they form the basis for high-level learning approaches that are new, efficient and very effective.
As the world leader in education and research for real-time control design and implementation, Quanser offers cost-effective solutions that assist universities in producing graduates with real-world, industry-relevant skills.
For an overview of how Quanser provides added value to universities, click here.
Quanser’s presentation is open to all attendees.

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