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2017 IEEE World Engineering Education Conference (EDUNINE)

19-22 March 2017

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  • List of reviewers

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  • Message from the General Chair Prof. Dr. Claudio R. Brito

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  • Message from the technical program chair Prof. Dr. Henrique D. Santos

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  • Message from the co-Chair Prof. Dr. Manuel A. Castro

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  • Table of contents

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  • [Front cover]

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  • Engineering Education: Balancing generalist and specialist formation in technological carriers: A current challenge

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    The purpose of this paper is to present the new IEEE Education Society Conference in its Region 9, Latin America, the IEEE World Engineering Education Conference - EDUNINE2017. Its first edition is in Santos, São Paulo, Brazil, an important city for its characteristics and History. It is a historical conference that has been designed to happen in the next years, in the different countries o... View full abstract»

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  • Latin and American perspectives on the computer engineering (CE2016) report

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    ACM and the IEEE Computer Society have released their computer engineering curriculum guidelines in December of 2016. The curricular report, tagged CE2016, reflects current computer engineering education and practice that would be relevant for the coming decade. The report provides some examples on ways to map knowledge units to courses and it addresses expected requirements in science and mathema... View full abstract»

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  • Education and new technologies - a proposal from AUGE to the world

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    In 2016 we presented new curricular online education modules which were oriented to engaging new professionals and upgrading their technological literacy worldwide (although mainly in Spanish speaking countries). These modules meant to generalize the use of New Technologies both inside and outside of the classroom. The name of the general project hosting these (and other) goals is CRECe, and it co... View full abstract»

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  • First year student career conference to promote advising

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    Our data shows that over the past 15 years over 75% of the entering first year students change their selected major between the start of classes in August and the time they need to register for the second year classes in March. To help improve the retention of engineering students in the freshman year we created a number of writing assignments in the first year Introduction to Engineering course t... View full abstract»

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  • Curious software engineering experience

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    It is paramount for software engineers to develop the skills and background necessary to effectively work, communicate and innovate on an international scale. Our growing global world needs an increasingly diverse workforce. The effects of the globalization have been felt in the software engineering arena through software engineering projects realized by diverse professionals located in different ... View full abstract»

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  • Self-oriented learning based on intelligent systems into the workplace

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    This work aims to purpose the creation of a model to develop intelligent learning systems with self-regulated contents. Its main goal is to support self-oriented learning in workplace, to improve performance levels and skills. Our target is mainly software industries, where the novelty of knowledge and learning needs are critical success factors for the companies' competitiveness, and the learning... View full abstract»

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  • Using a research project as classroom support the case of digital preservation of degraded historic manuscripts at the University of Buenos Aires School of Engineering

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    The last 20 years we have been developing a project on digital preservation of degraded historic handwritten documents in cooperation with the Instituto de Historia Argentina y Americana “Dr E. Ravignani” devoted to history research. This projects objective was the research and development of algorithms, tools, models and workflow to extract information from the images. This informat... View full abstract»

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  • Embedding a sense of history in the computing curriculum: Historic influences on a custom CPU instruction set

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    History can serve as a connecting thread bonding students to their professional community and intellectual heritage. Many STEM disciplines, such as physics and biology, consistently integrate historic figures into the curriculum. Computer Science, on the other hand, often omits history from the instructional landscape. As a step to mitigate the situation, this work explores some of the historic de... View full abstract»

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  • ‘24 hours of Innovation’ - A report on students' and teachers' perspectives as a way to foster entrepreneurship competences in Engineering

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    At University level, particularly in Engineering fields, the academe shows significant enthusiasm for the development of various competencies concerning entrepreneurship and innovation, focusing on the promotion of opportunities and the strengthening of the existing connection between the University and the Software Industry. One of the main challenges in Engineering is finding a proper answer to ... View full abstract»

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  • Challenges and reflections in designing Cyber security curriculum

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    Recently it has been noticed an increased number of cyber-incidents, sometimes causing seriously impact to organizations and governments. Cyberattacks exploits a variety of technological and social vulnerabilities to achieve a malicious objective. The emergence of new and sophisticated Cyberthreats demand very skilled operators with a solid knowledge about concepts and technologies related to Cybe... View full abstract»

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  • Learning data analytics through a Problem Based Learning course

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    Achieving significant meaningful in Engineering is always a challenge. Problem or Project Based Learning (PBL) is one of the different methodologies that tries to enhance a learning process based on student inquiries and innovative solutions to solve real problems. In the present effort, we present a new approach for assessing the impact of PBL applied to analytics courses for Information Engineer... View full abstract»

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  • Alternative setup for estimating reliable frequency values in a ripple tank

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    In this paper, we introduce an innovative, low-cost and easy experimental setup to be used in a traditional ripple tank when a frequency generator is unavailable. This configuration was carried out by undergraduate students. The current project allowed them to experiment and to study the relationship between the wavelength and the oscillation period of a mechanical wave, among other things. Under ... View full abstract»

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  • Improving learning on economic analysis of energy efficiency projects by using comparative cost analysis and measuring and verification methodology

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    Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Savings-based Projects (ESPs) rely on capital investment and must compete with other capital expenditure projects inside organizations. The education on the economic feasibility analysis of these ESPs must be improved in order to be more attractive for investments. This paper discusses the redesign of an online graduate course using project oriented learning ... View full abstract»

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