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Thursday, October 17 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Table 05: Applying Design Problems through NASA Design Competitions within Undergraduate Engineering

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This session will focus on sharing the transformation of a course project as a result of the 2019 Faculty Learning Community on ‘3D Printing and Maker Technologies.’ During Fall 2018, a new course project structured around the NASA Robotic Mining Competition and  NASA Human Rover Competition was introduced to provide over 40 students with authentic hands-on experience to design and demonstrate mechanical systems. The NASA competitions are design-based challenges for university-level students to design and build 1) a mining robot that can traverse the challenging simulated chaotic off-world terrain or 2) a vehicle designed to traverse the simulated surface of another world. Student teams designed and 3D printed a system in addition to submitting an initial proposal, a midterm-report and a final presentation and report. Each project was connected to an engineering student organization – UMaker and ASME who consulted on the project designs. This session will share the major course changes, and  discuss the opportunities and challenges this course redesign offered students.

Speakers
avatar for Emrah Celik

Emrah Celik

Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering



Thursday October 17, 2019 10:30am - 12:00pm EDT
Main Ballroom