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2015

General

The ASEE Computers in Education Division selected Professor Jaksic's Computers in Engineering Education Journal article “Novel Experiential Learning Practices in Engineering Education Based on Inexpensive 3D Printers“ for the 2014 “Merl K. Miller Award: An annual award for the outstanding CoED Journal paper on Teaching/Instructional Methods to commemorate the contributions and dedication of Merl K. Miller to CoED.” The award came with a certificate and a small monetary reward.

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    April

    On 29 and 30 April, seniors in the BS in Engineering and the BS in Industrial Engineering programs at Colorado State University-Pueblo presented their senior projects.

    • Modeling of an Electric Braking System for a Personal Electric Vehicle. Conner Dunn, Erik Fasnacht.
    • Sabatier Process Automation. Charles Bryan, Alexander Klein, Dustin Clasby.
    • Automation of Pueblo Observatory. Omar Matos, Travis Gulley, Kimberly VanGalder, Marcus Dabney.
    • Locker Packaging Machine. Brandon Rains, Santiago Moreno-Yepiz, Nicolette Lazo, Chris Delgado, Temuulen Gansukh.
    • M.A.V.E.R.I.C.: Region 5 IEEE Robotics Competition Robot. Shae Anderson, Kody Matthews, Colby McKibbin.
    • 8:00 Autonomous Lawnmower. James Donnelly, Ikaika Andrews, Monica Trevizo, Austin Meminger, Nirman Jayasena.
    • Manitou Springs Emergency Evacuation Route. Nick Lansing, Patrick Vigil, Luke Poole.
    • Pueblo County Energy Consumption Analysis. Moriah Fillmore, Janell Finkle, Mitch Miller, Barrett Nielsen, Kimberly Noval.
    • 3D Printed 5-Axis Robotic Arm. Chris Logan, Ryan Van Deest.
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    May

    Professor Leonardo Bedoya-Valencia attended the annual conference of the Institute of Industrial Engineers in Nashville. He presented three papers:

    • A systems dynamics model for commercial and industrial energy efficiency analysis. (with student Almir Caggy)
    • Developing dispatching rules for a dynamic flexible flow shop scheduling problem at a powder coating facility. (with graduate student Cem Sazara)
    • Analysis of the triage process in an emergency department. (with graduate student Matthew Bailey)
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    June

    All six engineering faculty members attended the annual conference of the American Society for Engineering Education in Seattle. The faculty presented the following papers:

    • Fraser, Jane M. "Benchmarking IE Programs: 2005-2015"
    • Jaksic, Nebojsa. "Using 3D Pens for Enhancement and Rework of 3D-Printed Parts."
    • Jaksic, Nebojsa. "Printed Smart Lamp Workshop."
    • Yuan, Ding, Jane M Fraser, and Ananda Mani Paudel. "Incorporating Sustainable Engineering Design Principles into Senior Design Proposals"

    Professor Fraser received the PIC I special recognition award for 2015 for her service as the coordinator of the Engineering Economy Division’s Grant Award Selection Process. The ASEE Computers in Education Division selected Professor Jaksic's Computers in Engineering Education Journal article “Novel Experiential Learning Practices in Engineering Education Based on Inexpensive 3D Printers“ for the 2014 “Merl K. Miller Award: An annual award for the outstanding CoED Journal paper on Teaching/Instructional Methods to commemorate the contributions and dedication of Merl K. Miller to CoED.” The award came with a certificate and a small monetary reward.

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    July

    MSISE graduate Jay Baillaregeon coauthored a paper in the July 2015 issue of Railway Track & Structures, titled "Interim results of HAZ treated thermite weld performance in revenue service." He is senior engineer with TTCI.
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