Mechatronics, as an area of study and methodology, is driving global mega trends in cyber-physical systems, autonomous vehicles, internet of things, industry 4.0, factory of the future, and countless other areas. The ability to effectively prepare students for the complex and ambitious engineering systems they will soon work on is the challenge that educators around the world are facing today.
If you plan to attend the NIWeek 2017, join us for the Global Mechatronics Teaching Workshop on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Austin and see how, as a global community, we can develop the best practices to address the challenges and opportunities in mechatronics education. This exclusive, invite-only session will bring together global leaders in education who are setting the stage for how students will learn today and in the future.
Academic Panelists include:
Dr. Bob Bishop, University of South Florida
Dr. William Melek, University of Waterloo
Dr. Michael Frye, University of the Incarnate Word
For more details and to register, visit the event site.