Some Key CES EduPack Topics

CES EduPack supports the teaching of a broad range of topics across the full range of subjects in Engineering, Science, and Design.

In our work with the Materials Education community in recent years, a number of topics come up frequently as areas where educators are interested in using CES EduPack to enhance their teaching. Granta has developed specific tools, resources, and expertise in these areas.

These key topics include the following:

Reliable materials information

Reliable materials information

Educators often need materials information: property data or application information to illustrate a lecture, comparative data between materials, data sets for student projects. Granta gives access to an unrivalled library of reliable materials information.

Data available with CES EduPack and CES Selector 

Materials selection
Materials selection

Choosing the right material for an engineering application, or finding a suitable replacement, is a key skill in industry. The rational selection methodology pioneered by Prof Mike Ashby is the standard approach to this problem.

More on rational materials selection 

Design projects

Design projects

Project-based teaching is valuable for Engineering, Design, and Science degrees. Students synthesize knowledge and learn professional skills like teamwork, communication, and project management. CES EduPack supports this learning,

More on support for design projects 

Sustainable development
Sustainable development

Engineering curricula increasingly require coverage of sustainability. This is a complex, multi-disciplinary subject, and introducing it to students can be a challenge. CES EduPack provides tools and a methodology to help.

More on sustainable development 

You can read more about how CES EduPack can help teaching in your subject area here.