2014 ASEE-GSW Annual Conference


April 2–4, 2014

Omni Royal Orleans Hotel
New Orleans, Louisiana

“Interactive Learning in
Engineering Education”

Sponsor the Conference

For more information, please contact the Program Chair:

Dr. Damir Khismatullin
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering
School of Science and Engineering
Tulane University
(504) 247-1587

American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

2014 ASEE-GSW Annual Conference – Organized by Tulane University

The Tulane University School of Science and Engineering is honored to host the 2014 ASEE Gulf-Southwest Annual Conference at the Omni Royal Orleans, a historic New Orleans French Quarter Hotel. We invite engineering and engineering technology educators, professionals from industry, and graduate and undergraduate students to attend the conference on April 2–4, 2014 and submit abstracts for papers and posters in the following tracks: “Full Papers”, “Student Posters”, “Industry Presentations”, and “New and Notable”. If there is an interest in submitting an abstract for Pre- or In-Conference Workshop, please contact the Program Chair. February 3, 2014 is the deadline for abstract submission.

It is anticipated that the conference workshops, exhibits, and breakout sessions will help establish collaborations between academia and industry on the development and use of innovative tools in engineering education that promote interactive learning and improve educational outcomes at both secondary and post-secondary levels.

Topics of Interest Include:

  • Computers in engineering education
  • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
  • Innovations in distance learning
  • Software for interactive tutoring and learning
  • Web-based technologies and social networking
  • Collaborative and distributed learning
  • Video lecturing and flipped/inverted classroom
  • Metacognitive learning strategies
  • Experiential and project-based learning
  • Engineering Grand Challenges programs
  • Industry integration in engineering education
  • Hands-on learning and design in engineering education
  • Design of engineering materials
  • Remote engineering and virtual instrumentation
  • Simulation and visualization technologies
  • Virtual reality-based learning
  • Service learning and community engagement
  • K-12 and Pre-College Engineering
  • Global Engineering