The Engineering Conference track gives students faculty and industry participants the opportunity to interact in a local forum. Attendees will learn about current research and industry best practices for product development, testing, deployment, and operation. Topics in this track will include:

  •  Energy Systems

Smart Grid; Power Systems Operation and Planning; Sustainable and Renewable Energy Systems; Power Electronics; Electromechanical Energy Conversion and Storage; Energy Consumption Modeling and Optimization; Energy and Environmental Engineering

  •  Signal/Image Processing & Control

Smart Manufacturing & Automation; Intelligent Robot Systems; Artificial Intelligence; Machine Learning & Neural Networks; Sustainable Manufacturing; Manufacturing Process Monitoring and Control

  •  Communication and Computer Engineering

5G and 6G Wireless Communication Technologies; Computer Architecture & High-Performance Computing; VLSI & Low-power Design, Robotic Systems; Internet of Things(IOT)

  •  Electronics and Circuits

Smart Circuits and Systems; VLSI Design; Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology; Optical Communication

  •  Mechanical Engineering

Heat Transfer; Fluid Mechanics; Thermodynamics; Mechanisms & Robotics; Mechanical Design; Mechanics & Mechatronics

  •  Material Science & Engineering

Smart Materials; Innovative Engineering Materials; Materials Design and Applications; Composite Materials Science and Technology; Nanomaterials; Materials and Manufacturing Engineering

  •  Civil and environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering; Water Resources; Hydraulic Information; Geotech, Water and Air Quality Studies; Instrumentation and Remote Sensing; Geographic Information Systems; Building Information Modeling; New Construction Materials; Sustainable Solutions and Practices; Transportation

  •  Capstone Projects and Undergraduate Research in Engineering


  •  Advancing Teaching and Learning

Effective Teaching Activities; Challenges due to COVID-19; Learning Methodologies and Practices; Teaching Experiences and Pedagogies; Professional Development; Interdisciplinary Education; Engaging Undergraduate Students in Research; K-12 Education Initiatives; Industry and Education Collaboration

  •  Technology in Teaching and Learning

Innovation Strategies; Infrastructure Technologies; Digital Learning Materials; Online and Distance Learning; Smart Classrooms; Virtual and Remote Labs; Social Media Techniques; Game-Based Learning

  •  Accreditation and Assessment

Curriculum Design and Development; Accreditation and Quality Control; Assessment and Evaluation; Retention and Support Strategies; Educational Innovation, International Experiences; Role of Laboratories

  •  Diversity and Inclusion Issues

Academic Leadership, Diversity, and Inclusion; Assessing Diversity and Inclusion Programs; Skills Development and Competencies; Challenges Facing International Students, Faculty, and Staff; Professional and Ethical Responsibility; Supporting First-generation College Students

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