Teaching with industrial case studies – Aerospace and Automotive

with Dr. Claes Fredriksson and Luca Masi

Join this web seminar on Thursday, October 15 to find out how students can gain valuable transferable skills by using CES EduPack for project work. The session will help educators in their teaching through industrial case studies, providing real-life examples of the importance of materials.

Join this web seminar to:
  • Hear about the key materials challenges and concerns within the Automotive and Aerospace sectors
  • Find out how your students can get quick access to reliable industry-standard data in a user-friendly format
  • Explore advanced software tools to investigate materials and make material decisions, as used both in research and industry
  • Watch two case studies where CES EduPack is used for:
    • Finding and assessing lightweight replacements for metals
    • Considering materials for high temperature applications
  Teaching with industrial case studies – Aerospace

How to register and join the session

There is no cost but registration is required through the WebEx system. Please ensure you set your local time zone to receive accurate meeting invitations and test your setup in advance of the meeting. How to use WebEx, including setting times zone & language preferences 

About CES EduPack

CES EduPack is the world-leading teaching resource for materials in engineering, science, processing, and design. It provides a comprehensive database of 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 of the database and software 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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CES EduPack is now used at over 800 universities and colleges worldwideWho should join the web seminar?

Anyone new to CES EduPack, including professors, deans, teaching assistants, instructors, accreditation committees, undergraduate and graduate program coordinators, and department heads of university and college courses in areas including: sustainability, design, civil engineering; mechanical engineering; eco engineering; architecture; manufacturing; production engineering; and materials science and materials engineering.

Past CES EduPack users—find out what's new in CES EduPack 2015, and get inspiration for your teaching. See the major developments to the software, associated data, and teaching resources.

This web seminar is not appropriate for students.

About the Presenters

Dr. Claes Fredriksson has more than 15 years’ experience teaching Materials-related subjects to undergraduate and postgraduate students in Sweden, Canada, Belgium and the USA, mainly in Mechanical Engineering. After gaining an MSc in Engineering Physics and PhD in Theoretical Physics he worked in both theoretical and experimental research on polymers, metals and biomaterials. He has a passion for teaching and won a grant as part of Sweden’s Excellence in Teaching Programme to enable him to teach in the USA and facilitate the cross-pollination of pedagogical approaches. Claes works with academics across the world, collaborating on producing teaching resources and running CES EduPack training.

About Dr Charlie Bream...Luca Masi is an Aerospace Engineer working at Granta Design as Development Manager. He has previously collaborated with the French Space Agency on software development for bio-inspired space trajectory optimization and on computational techniques for engineering decision-making at the Advanced Space Concepts Laboratory, University of Strathclyde (UK). He is author of chapters for AIAA and IEEE books and journals on these subjects. He also has R&D experience in spacecraft propulsion systems. Luca holds an MSc in Space Engineering with top grade and a BSc in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Pisa (Italy), and is completing a PhD in computational techniques for aerospace engineering applications.

Meet the rest of the team