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Click to edit Master subtitle style ENGR131 Transforming Ideas to Innovation I Section 015 Prof. : Mark T. Carnes, P.E. GTA : Leyla Yamin Class 1 a Welcome to
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Today’s learning objectives At the end of the class today, you will be able to: Name your professor and one thing about him Recognize other members of the instructional team Locate and download documents from Blackboard List at least 2 strategies for success in 33
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Introduction to ENGR131 q Introduction to Instructional Team q Semester Road Map q Course Syllabus q Blackboard and Course Resources q What is Engineering? 44
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Registered Professional Engineer 30+ years electronic design experience MS (Electrical Engineering) – Michigan BS (Electrical Engineering) – Notre Dame about Prof. Carnes Office: ARMS 1225 Phone: 496-9666 Email: [email protected] Father of 8 Third Order Dominican 55
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PROFESSOR CARNES ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE q NAVAIR Power Conversion for navigation equipment on Navy aircraft q XETRON High Precision filter for SINCGARS radio q CARRIER Electronic Controls for HVAC equipment 66
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Leyla Yamin Office: Birck Nanotechnology Center (1081) Graduate School Reseach: Cantilever Dynamics in Atomic Force Microscopy Research Experience: Summer 2008: Research under Professor Haghighi in Cellular Communication Modeling Summer 2009: Research under Professor Key in Turbomachinery Summer 2010: Research under Professor Ramani in the TRIZ Design Process Hobbies B.S.M.E. Purdue University, Spring 2010 M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Purdue
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Peer Teacher Intro Undergraduate Peer Teachers: Andrea Burkhardt Caitlyn Cox Gaelen McFadden Caitie Pritchett 88
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Lab and Course Coordinators Lab Coordinator: Mr. Chell Nyquist Office: ARMS 1226 [email protected] You will need to contact Mr. Nyquist: To get an excused absence If you have exam conflicts Course Coordinator:
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Contacting Us – Email Etiquette Subject must be “ ENGR 131 – topic” Be professional Professor Carnes, Mr. Nyquist du nt txt me. I dnt rd txt msgs Always include your full name You did not hear from us within 48 hours? Did you follow the email etiquette? Did you email on Friday at 6pm? 1010
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Introduction to ENGR131 ü Introduction to Instructional Team q Semester Road Map q Course Syllabus q Blackboard and Course Resources q What is Engineering? 1111
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Course Goals Successful completion of this course will enable you 5B-4787-8D5F-679DA4189FC5} Career {2ED7FFBB-9BB2-4E8B-81C4-DAD64B3FC3BA} Modeling {75D418F4-4E34-4926-BB61-E8C8E287E80B} Design Professional Habits Link your own CAREER goals with the nature of engineering and characteristics of various engineering disciplines. Use a DESIGN process to solve complex engineering design challenges.
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