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Unformatted text preview: Engineering Design and Analysis and Engineering 10 Spring 2010 Logistics Logistics General Engineering Lectures General January 20, 22; March 8, 10, 12; three more during the January modules Modules: Each student will take two Modules: January 25 – March 5 January March 15 – April 30 March Lectures MWF 10 - 11 Lectures Lab/discussion sections Tu, W, Th 2 – 5 Lab/discussion RRR week: review sessions for the two modules RRR Logistics Logistics Please complete the module preference survey on Please bSpace before Thursday at 5:00. We will make module assignments in time for We you to attend the correct lecture next Monday. Course Objectives Course Offer first-year students an introduction to Offer first an engineering engineering Enhance critical thinking and design skills Enhance Provide broad view of analysis and design Provide Reinforce importance of math and science Reinforce Emphasize communication skills Emphasize Develop teamwork skills Develop Offer experience through hands-on, creative projects Offer Expose students to different fields of engineering Expose First Assignments Module preference survey (Please complete this by Thursday at 5:00 PM) Homework #1 (will be posted on bSpace later this week – look for an announcement) Modules Modules Civil and Environmental Engineering Civil Industrial Engineering and Operations Industrial Research Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Faculty Faculty George Johnson Mechanical Engineering 6149 Etcheverry Hall (510) 642-3371 gjohnson@me.berkeley.edu Modules Modules Civil and Environmental Engineering Civil Industrial Engineering and Operations Industrial Research Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Faculty Faculty Robert Leachman Robert Leachman Industrial Engineering & Operations Research 4127 Etcheverry Hall (510) 642-7054 leachman@ieor.berkeley.edu Modules Modules Civil and Environmental Engineering Civil Industrial Engineering and Operations Industrial Research Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Faculty Faculty Raymond Seed Civil & Environmental Engineering 423 Davis Hall (510) 643-8438 seed@ce.berkeley.edu Course Web Site: bSpace Course Syllabus Syllabus Details of course Details Overview of the Course Overview Course Objectives Course Educational Outcomes Educational Course Structure Course Grading Policy Grading Module Descriptions Module Room Assignments for Module Lectures Room General Engineering General Lectures Introduction to the Engineering Profession Introduction Learning from Failure Learning Design Design Analysis Analysis Ethics Ethics Engineering in Society Engineering What is Engineering? What Engineering Engineering “It is a great profession. There is the fascination of watching a figment of the imagination emerge through the aid of science to a plan on paper. Then it moves to realization in stone or metal or energy. Then it brings jobs and homes to men. Then it elevates the standards of living and adds to the comforts of life. That is the engineer's high privilege.” Memoirs, Herbert C. Hoover, Vol. I, Years of Adventure: 1874 – 1920. Engineering Engineering Noun: The application of mathematics and sound scientific principles to the creation of products or services that benefit society. Verb: Designing, creating, testing, developing and improving products, knowledge, research, business, economics and technology Who are Engineers? Who Engineers Engineers Engineers are problem solvers who search for quicker, better and less expensive ways to use the forces and materials of nature to meet today’s challenges ASEE Engineers Engineers Strong in math, science and communication Enjoy knowing “how things work” and need to understand “why” Are able to make sense of complex concepts and explain them clearly to non-experts Work well with others Attributes of Successful Engineers Successful Possess strong analytical skills Possess Creativity and practical ingenuity Creativity Design to meet needs, constraints and objectives Design Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems Ability Good communication skills with multiple stakeholders Good Good team skills w/ people from diverse backgrounds Good Leadership and management skills Leadership High ethical standards and a strong sense of professionalism High Dynamic/agile/resilient/flexible Dynamic/agile/resilient/flexible Use the techniques and tools used in engineering practice Use Ability to recognize the global, economic, environmental, and Ability societal impact of engineering design and analysis Herbert Clark Hoover Herbert August 10, 1874 – August October 20, 1964 Thirty First President of Thirty the United States Herbert Hoover Herbert And mining And engineer! Reuben Lucius Goldberg Lucius July 4th, 1883 – July December 7, 1970 Political cartoonist, Political sculptor and author Rube Goldberg Rube And a 1904 graduate of Berkeley’s College And of Mining (when departments were colleges) Hedy Lamarr Hedy November 9, 1913 – November January 19, 2000 Film star of the 1930s and Film 1940s Hedy Lamarr Hedy And inventor of frequency And hopping (or spreadspectrum) communications: spectrum) the basis for today’s the wireless networks Member of Engineering Member Hall of Fame and the National Inventors Hall of Fame Which engineering achievements had the most impact on your life? Engineering Careers Engineering Engineering offers more career options than any other discipline. It is a profession that can take you from the depths of the ocean to the far reaches of outer space, from within the microscopic structures of the human cell to the top of the tallest skyscrapers. Whether it’s cell phones, digital cameras, DVDs, or facial recognition devices that can pick out a terrorist in a crowded football stadium, engineers are behind almost all of today’s exciting technology. ASEE Top 10 Benefits Top of an Engineering Career (from ASEE) 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. Creative Thinking Technological & Scientific Discovery Professional Environment Prestige Financial Security Top 10 Benefits Top of an Engineering Career (from ASEE) 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. Potential to Benefit Society Intellectual Development Challenging Work Variety of Career Opportunities Job Satisfaction The Engineering Lower Division Science Mathematics Engineering English, Humanities, Social Sciences Engineering on Campus Industrial Engineering & Operations Research Mechanical Engineering Nuclear Engineering Compute r Science Electrical Engineering Civil & Environmental Engineering Materials Science & Engineering Stanley Hall Bioengineering Evolution of the Engineering Professions Holtzapple and Reece, 2008 ...
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