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ATE Events — July 2021

Upcoming

(5 days)

Marriott at the University of Dayton1414 S Patterson BlvdDaytonOH45409

Faculty should have the following to be considered as a participant:

  • Teach at a NATEF accredited post-secondary institution
  • Teach Automotive Technology at a NATEF/ASE Education Foundation post-secondary institution (community college, technical college or university).
  • Have at least two years of experience teaching automotive technology
  • Agree to integrate new concepts related to automated and connected technologies into their curricula as a result of the professional development activities
  • Participate in follow-up activities to improve student learning, including online discussions with other participants and sharing of materials via the website
  • Agree to report demographics and impact data regarding the effects of secondary school outreach activities and the use of new materials for project reports
  • Participate in assessments of the project conducted by the external evaluator
  • Must attend all day all five days to be eligible for stipend

(2 days)

Fletcher Technical Community College1407 LA-311SchrieverLA70395United States

This course will give students the opportunity to assemble, calibrate, and experiment with the ELEV-8 v4 Quadcopter, a small unmanned aerial vehicle purpose-built for education. Students will assemble a quadcopter and learn about each of its components, their composition, and their function. Students will then learn safety, legal, and ethical considerations regarding unmanned aerial vehicles.

Instructors will introduce the Ryze Tello STEM drone and students will learn how to interface via mobile application and traditional controller. The course will teach the basics of block coding and how the Tello can be programmed for autonomous flight. You will get a chance to practice flying the Tello's in a controlled environment using the flying and coding skills acquired throughout this camp. Lastly, this course will teach students about possible application-specific modifications that can be made to the Tello using 3D print technology.

Past

The ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE) is driven by, for, and with the community. Attendees gather to learn best practices and classroom strategies, hear biology education research updates and meet new colleagues who teach the same classes. Over 1,100 undergraduate biology & microbiology educators from around the world tuned in to ASMCUE 2020, their first virtual conference. Of those attendees, 96% would recommend ASMCUE Virtual to a colleague. For undergraduate educators, ASMCUE Virtual is an event not to be missed.

As batteries for electric vehicles become smaller and more performant, they also produce more heat which must be dissipated safely. With a myriad of companies developing best-in-class thermal interface materials that combine high thermal conductivity and low viscosity with the ability to maintain insulating properties, OEM interest in thermal management is burgeoning to new levels. The Global EV Advanced Materials & Thermal Management 2021, will take place online, focusing on real application case studies to optimize cost efficiency, driving range, battery health, and vehicle performance.

Examine the latest OEM and Technology perspectives on:

  • Strategies For Fully Integrating Thermal Management Systems In EV Platforms
  • Advanced Thermal Interface Materials to Protect EV Batteries/Battery Cells
  • Thermal Management for Solid-State & Beyond Li-Ion Batteries
  • Limit Thermal Runaway Events: Materials & Advance Cooling Systems
  • Manage the Impact of Ultra-Rapid Charging on Thermal Management of Battery Pack
  • Optimizing EV Battery Pack Safety and Reliability with Thermal Management and Sealing
  • Next-Generation Materials for Packaging the Battery & TMS
  • Powertrain Thermal Management

This workshop, from the Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education Resource Center (CREATE), is aimed towards high school and community college STEM educators. At this event, participants will:

  • Learn how solar photovoltaic power works.
  • Investigate career opportunities for students.
  • Explore CREATE’s collection of ready-made solar classroom lessons.
  • Develop a lesson plan to implement in the classroom.

Participants are expected to put in 5-6 hours of online, virtual instruction, and 5-6 hours working offline with CREATE lessons and solar lab equipment. Participants will receive:

  • Six complete solar PV lesson packages (and access to many more!)
  • $200 in solar PV equipment to implement CREATE’s lessons (classroom solar module, electrical meters, solar power meter).
  • Professional instruction using CREATE’s lessons and equipment in the classroom.
  • Lab Equipment Award application to request student sets of solar PV equipment to support teaching solar in the classroom (valued up to $1200).
  • Opportunity to win up to $1000 through Teaching Innovation Competitions by demonstrating effective use of workshop lesson plan into the classroom.
  • Discussion and collaboration with solar PV teaching specialists.

The Connecticut College of Technology’s Center for Next Generation Manufacturing, a National Science Foundation Center of Excellence, will present the Engineering & Technology Challenge Program’s 2021 Summer Teachers’ Workshop. This program will be held through an online platform.

This four-day workshop provides the opportunity to connect with peers from across the United States in an online workshop. The workshop will cover how to instruct students in developing essential teambuilding skills, as well as provide technology related experiences to help integrate learning into the STEM classroom and lab environment. The teambuilding, professional, and technical skills presented in the Program are designed to be directly applicable to the classroom. Technologies will be SolidWorks CAD Software and programming mini drones.

In this Paper Development Workshop, you will have an opportunity to work with members of the Cybersecurity Skills Journal Editorial Board and Peer Review Panel members in virtual breakout rooms during which prospective authors may present an idea for, or draft of, a manuscript reporting evidence-based practices, theoretical frameworks, or case studies of skilled application or instruction of cybersecurity tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs). Focus for this year's PDW sessions is developing manuscripts for publication in the 2021 Special Issue on Diversifying the Cybersecurity Workforce.

In this Paper Development Workshop, you will have an opportunity to work with members of the Cybersecurity Skills Journal Editorial Board and Peer Review Panel members in virtual breakout rooms during which prospective authors may present an idea for, or draft of, a manuscript reporting evidence-based practices, theoretical frameworks, or case studies of skilled application or instruction of cybersecurity tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs). Focus for this year's PDW sessions is developing manuscripts for publication in the 2021 Special Issue on Diversifying the Cybersecurity Workforce.

Registrations and presentations, posters, paper proposals are all accepted. Make sure you sign up on the MNTeSIG.net homepage to be added to the distribution list.

Papers will be considered for publication in the MNT-EC Journal. You can submit for one, two, or all three submission types.

All accepted submissions will require a 2-5min Lightening Round style video giving the highlights of your talk/paper/poster prior to the conference. Specifics will be provided.

Accepted Abstracts can be extended to 1-2 page article that will be considered for publication at The Journal of Micro Nanotechnology Education special issue: MNTeSIG Live! 2021 Conference Proceedings.

Presentations are to be pre-recorded and will be put on a YouTube channel after the conference. Presentation videos will be due at least two weeks before the conference; they can be up to 50min long.

Papers will be posted on the MNTeSIG Website and reviewed/considered for publication in the MNT-EC Journal. Papers are due at least two weeks before the conference.

Posters will be displayed in the virtual poster networking session and posted on the MNTeSIG website. You will be able to interact with conference participants in a virtual space - training will be provided prior to the conference.

Feel free to submit multiple abstracts for different topics, lead authors can submit for multiple authors.

You will be notified as to the lead author as to whether or not your abstract is accepted and will be required to submit additional details at that time.

Supported by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (NSF ATE) program, HI-TEC is a national conference on advanced technological education where secondary and postsecondary educators, counselors, industry professionals, trade organizations, and technicians can update their knowledge and skills. Charged with preparing America’s skilled technical workforce, the event focuses on the preparation needed by the existing and future workforce for companies in the high-tech sectors that drive our nation’s economy.

HI-TEC explores the convergence of scientific disciplines and technologies including:

  • Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
  • Bio and Agricultural Technologies
  • Energy and Environmental Technologies
  • Engineering Technologies
  • Information, Communications, and Geospatial Technologies
  • Learning, Evaluation, and Research
  • Micro and Nanotechnologies
  • Security Technologies
  • Workforce Diversity

The conference will also feature 50+ “on demand” pre-recorded sessions. These can be viewed at your convenience and will be available for six months beginning on July 21. Awardees will be recognized on July 22.

(3 days)

Fletcher Technical Community College1407 LA-311SchrieverLA70395United States

This course will give educators the opportunity to assemble, calibrate, and experiment with the ELEV-8 v4 Quadcopter, a small unmanned aerial vehicle purpose-built for education. Participants will assemble a quadcopter and learn about each of its components, its composition, and its function. Participants will then learn safety, legal, and ethical considerations regarding unmanned aerial vehicles.

Instructors will introduce the Ryze Tello STEM drone and participants will learn how to interface via mobile application and traditional controller. The course will teach the basics of block coding and how the Tello can be programmed for autonomous flight. You will get a chance to practice flying the Tello's in a controlled environment using the flying and coding skills acquired throughout this camp. Lastly, this course will teach participants about possible application-specific modifications that can be made to the Tello using 3D print technology and how it can be used as a tool for student competitions.

(3 days)

Bond Center, Missouri State University, Darr Agriculture Campus2401 S. Kansas ExpresswaySpringfieldMissouri65807

The Annual VESTA National Summit will return this July 2021. VESTA is eager to welcome everyone to an in-person gathering to celebrate grape and wine education, workforce development and most importantly, each other. The summit will provide an opportunity to share ideas and conversations to support the Grape and Wine Industry. VESTA will cover the cost of travel, lodging and included meals for all attendees.

EvaluATE webchats are an opportunity for small groups of ATE evaluation community members to come together to share and learn from each other in real-time. Anyone interested in evaluation is welcome to attend. Participants are encouraged to turn on their webcams and join in the conversation, offering a great opportunity to network.