The registration is now open for the next webinar in our Mechatronics Education Innovations Series.
Join us on Friday, March 23 at 1 pm EDT to learn about the Synergy between Mechatronics Engineering and Industrial Engineering Curricula in a Small Engineering Department: Past, Present, and Future. Dr. Nebojsa Jaksic, Professor at Colorado State University-Pueblo will share the story of two mechatronics engineering programs (B.S. and M.S) at CSU-Pueblo. As a founder of these programs, Dr. Jaksic will discuss the programs, the hiring principles, teaching/engagement principles, and the synergy with other engineering programs (interdepartmental and system-wise). He will also describe the labs supporting courses and the research in mechatronics performed at CSU-Pueblo. Finally, he will address the aspirations and role of CSU-Pueblo in the community. The webinar attendees will have a chance to take a glimpse at the labs, equipment, research trends, and future plans at his institution.
Register for the webinar here.
Nebojsa I. Jaksic is the founder of the B.S. and M.S. mechatronics engineering programs at Colorado State University – Pueblo. He earned the Dipl. Ing. degree in electrical engineering from Belgrade University (1984), the M.S. in electrical engineering (1988), the M.S. in industrial engineering (1992), and the Ph.D. in industrial engineering (2000) from the Ohio State University. He is currently a professor at CSU-Pueblo teaching robotics and automation courses. Dr. Jaksic has over 70 publications and holds two patents. Dr. Jaksic's interests include robotics, automation, and nanotechnology engineering education and research. He is a licensed PE in the state of Colorado and a member of ASEE, IEEE, and SME. At ASEE, from 2012 to 2014 he was a member of the Board of Directors as the Chair of Zone IV.