New developments in CES EduPack 2014

You thought you knew CES EduPack?

with Prof. Mike Ashby

Join this web seminar on Weds, March 12, presented by Prof. Ashby (Emeritus Professor, Cambridge University Engineering Department, and Granta founder), to see how the new developments in CES EduPack 2014 can support your materials-related teaching in science, engineering, design, bio-engineering, and sustainability. If you've used CES EduPack before, see how it's changed in recent years in light of feedback from the user community; if you are completely new to it, come and see why nearly 1000 universities and colleges are using CES EduPack to support their teaching. Read about the presenter below...

Please note, this live broadcast will cover the same materials as February's session, but timed to suit those in other time zones.

  • Hear about the latest developments in CES EduPack, providing enhanced usability and helping students explore the world of materials and apply this knowledge in their learning and project work..
  • Discover design challenges you can try with your students, introducing real-world materials challenges alongside material selection concepts.
  • Explore the breadth of subject areas that CES EduPack can support, including mechanical engineering, architecture, and polymer engineering. You'll also get an overview of the new Bioengineering and Sustainability Editions.
  • See the new Granta Teaching Resources Website, providing access to hundreds of exercises, teaching aids (PowerPoints, databases, and more), and background reading material on the topic of materials across many different disciplines.
  • Learn how CES EduPack can provide an interdisciplinary materials data resource across departments and throughout all years of study.
  • Find out about Granta's involvement in the world-wide materials education community.

Who should join the web seminar?

Professors, deans, teaching assistants, instructors, accreditation committees, undergraduate and graduate program coordinators, department heads. This web seminar is not appropriate for students.

CES EduPack is now used at over 800 universities and colleges worldwideAbout CES EduPack

CES EduPack is the world-leading teaching resource for materials in engineering, science, processing, and design. It provides comprehensive materials and process information, powerful materials software tools, and a range of supporting textbooks, lectures, projects, and exercises. With specialist editions for specific disciplines, and three levels to suit varying needs in all years of undergraduate study and in postgraduate teaching, CES EduPack is a curriculum-wide resource.

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About the Presenter

About Prof. Mike Ashby...Michael F. Ashby is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge.He is a world-renowned authority on engineering materials and the author/co-author of best-selling textbooks, including the recently published Materials and the Environment. Other current texts include Engineering Materials I & II, Materials Selection in Mechanical Design, Materials in Design, and Materials: Engineering, Science, Processing, and Design.He has authored over 200 papers on mechanisms of plasticity and fracture, powder compaction, mechanisms of wear, methodologies for materials selection, and the modeling of material shaping processes, among other topics. He is recipient of numerous awards and honors including Fellow of the Royal Society and Member of the American Academy of Engineering. He has been a professor at Harvard University and held academic positions in Germany and France. He is also co-founder of Granta Design and guides development of Granta’s CES EduPack.

About the current series

During January and February 2014, join Granta's Education Team and Prof. Mike Ashby at any of four short web seminar looking at how CES EduPack is being used to support university-level materials-related education across science, engineering, design, sustainability courses. Please note, this live broadcast will cover the same materials as February's session, but timed to suit those in other time zones.