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Innovation in the Classroom by Siemens explores best practices to empower the next generation of digital talent. In this podcast series, Dora Smith takes you through discussions with leading voices from the world of engineering education who are preparing future engineers in Academia 4.0 to shape the world of innovation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Innovation in the Classroom by Siemens explores best practices to empower the next generation of digital talent. In this podcast series, Dora Smith takes you through discussions with leading voices from the world of engineering education who are preparing future engineers in Academia 4.0 to shape the world of innovation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Innovation in the Classroom by Siemens explores best practices to empower the next generation of digital talent. In this podcast series, Dora Smith takes you through discussions with leading voices from the world of engineering education who are preparing future engineers in Academia 4.0 to shape the world of innovation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Language:

English


Episodes

A Promising Venture. The Leoni and the University of Sonora Partnership

7/8/2021
The partnership between Leoni and the University of Sonora is an exciting initiative with massive potential; it represents a considerable opportunity for young graduates. And the best part of it, it is replicable and scalable. The University of Sonora is the alma mater of most engineers in Hermosillo, the capital of the Mexican state of Sonora, and Leoni is a German company that manufactures harnesses for different vehicles located in the same city. Today, we talked with Adrián Aello,...

Duration:00:15:59

Getting the Classroom Ready to Face Industry 4.0's Challenges

6/18/2021
One of the biggest challenges of the imminent arrival of the 4.0 industry is knowing how to prepare for it. In ABET, a nonprofit, non-governmental organization, they prepare students to tackle this new industry's challenges providing them with technology tools and exposing them to programs constructed to guarantee that they're prepared to ensure quality, precision, and safety in the global workforce. In this episode, we talk with Michael Milligan, Executive Director and CEO of ABET. Michael...

Duration:00:38:35

Everything New Under the Sun

4/1/2021
Mobility in the modern world is a primary need and a concern about its impact on the environment. Researchers, scientists, engineers, and other professionals work daily to generate vehicles moved by green, renewable energy. Their final goal is to develop the technology and make it accessible and available to the masses. In this episode, I talk with Frederik Vanmaele and Gilles De Baets, both members of the Belgian Agoria Solar Team, a dream that started over 16 years ago. A group of Belgian...

Duration:00:19:23

A Collaborative Approach To Engineering

1/25/2021
The future of tech-related disciplines lies in an interdisciplinary approach to teaching. Professor Stephan Simons believes that industrial, electric, and mechatronics engineers shall find their way into working together. Stephan is an electrical engineer; he has a major in Control Theory and a Ph.D. in Robotics. He worked in medical technology for more than 11 years, where he developed some of the respiratory care systems used today to fight COVID. He had a passage in a company initially...

Duration:00:36:14

Interns Inspiring Innovation with Susanne Barnsteiner

1/11/2021
Interns are the future full-time workforce so it is important to provide them with responsibility for projects that are impactful for the current and future innovation they will be working on. In this episode of Innovation In The Classroom, Susanne Barnsteiner, an industrial engineering intern and graduate student at the University of Applied Sciences in Kempten, Germany, details the projects that she has worked on and her unique current role. Susanne describes her current internship at...

Duration:00:14:42

Digitalization Impacting Engineering Education

11/18/2020
The global pandemic has caused most industries, including engineering, to adapt, adjust, and innovate their digitization techniques. On today’s episode of Innovation in the Classroom, I am joined by two engineering industry professionals, Michelle Boucher and Sirin Tekinay. Michelle Boucher is the VP of Research for Engineering Practices at Tech-Clarity and Sirin Tekinay is the Dean of the College of Engineering at the American University of Sharjah. Both women have amazing insights into...

Duration:00:39:57

Technology Trends and Teaching During a Pandemic

10/21/2020
Staying relevant in technology is important now more than ever, especially for an Information Systems professor at the university level, like Sabine Matook. Sabine grew up in Germany where she studied Information Technologies and has since gained prestige as an Information Systems professor of 16 years at the University of Queensland in Australia. She teaches thousands of students the fundamentals of Information Systems with a particular focus on the development of technology and how it is...

Duration:00:32:15

L'SPACE Education for the Next Generation

6/10/2020
Do you remember the first time you looked up at the night sky after learning that those tiny twinkling lights were actually giant glowing spheres of hot gas? What was going through your young mind when you learned that other planets existed, so far away from Earth that we could only wonder through the eye of a telescope what they were like? It’s the youthful bewilderment of moments like these, the ceaseless curiosity instilled in us as students, that eventually inspires a new generation to...

Duration:00:40:29

Hands-On Experience through SAE Competition

5/6/2020
How do you know what you’re supposed to do outside of college? When students prepare to graduate from college, entering the workforce can be daunting. Sometimes it feels like you know it all, and other times you might not even know where to start. That’s why CAPSTONE classes, SAE groups, and Formula SAE competition groups are so important. These competitive design series involves designing building a formula-style, open-wheel concept vehicle to perform in a competition. In this episode,...

Duration:00:22:24

The Rise of Young Engineers

4/1/2020
Everyone starts their engineering career at different places in life. Levi Zima, for example, got started at a very young age. His childhood was surrounded by technology. He even used Siemens’ CAD software Solid Edge at the age of seven. As he continued to grow up, he was given more and more opportunities to work in the engineering and wireless industries. Today, he’s a student at the University of Central Florida, currently studying RF and Microwave engineering. Throughout our...

Duration:00:18:48

Soft Skills in the Workplace

12/16/2019
Oftentimes, engineering classes focus solely on the hard skills of manufacturing. But what about the soft skills? More and more often, employers and professors are finding that students need to sharpen their soft skills to be successful in the workplace, such as having tough conversations, learning to be collaborative, and how to redirect behaviors that are not productive on collaborative teams. In this episode, Dr. Mary Pilotte of Purdue University explains this need for soft skills and...

Duration:00:43:42

Developing Robot-Proof Engineers in the Classroom

12/2/2019
800 years ago, the purpose of getting a university-level education was vastly different from what it’s become today. Back then, everybody was seen as a generalist. Now, everyone is hyper-specialized in one or two areas, yet many are not able to recover from the inevitabilities of disruption. The only way to offset disruption in employability is by helping students understand humans. To make real change, it’s crucial to leverage the real disciplinary competencies that we have in the...

Duration:00:39:44

Crash Course in Siemens Software

11/18/2019
Most engineering students learn from hands-on experiences, but more often than not the only “experiences” they get are classroom lectures. This is why Parikshit Borgowda, a graduate student engineer, is driving changes in the engineering curriculum at a top university. He integrates practical examples and real-world applications to drive change on campus. He developed an entire crash course for students to use in order to learn Siemens software. So, listen to this crash course in Siemens...

Duration:00:28:37

The Experience of Being an Intern at Siemens

11/4/2019
As a student, you want to get as much knowledge as you can, before actually going into the workforce, but not many Universities offer you this chance. The University of Cincinnati is one of the only colleges in the United States that has co-op programs and gives the students the possibility of graduating with two and a half years of work experience. Through the Academic Partnership Program, Siemens is collaborating with UC, offering students summer internships, thus giving them the chance...

Duration:00:22:49

BEST: The Student - Company - University Triangle

10/21/2019
The college world is filled with organizations that try to provide development opportunities for the students, and BEST is no exception. They try to provide complimentary education through different courses, they have competitions that connect students with real-world challenges, and every year, they hold events to raise awareness on the importance of learning. Antonia Nanau is the former president of BEST, which is a European Student Organization that represents nearly 96 technical...

Duration:00:28:37