Mark your calendars. The 2015 Engineering Forum will be on September 11, 2015.
While you're waiting, check out the schedule and presentations from 2014 by going to m.uno-ef.org.
See you next year, if not sooner. :)
Click on the logo (or go to m.uno-ef.org) to see the interactive schedule!
The UNO College of Engineering, in collaboration with Southeast Symposium for Contemporary Engineering Topics (SSCET), is proud to offer the second UNO Engineering Forum (UNO-EF) at the University of New Orleans Research & Technology Park on September 19, 2014. The events will be held concurrently in Lindy C. Boggs Conference Center and offer seven parallel technical tracks providing solutions to contemporary engineering topics in electrical, naval, mechanical, civil & environmental, management, and systems engineering. The seven parallel tracks cover topics in (1) Power Systems (2) Civil/Coastal & Environmental; (3) Mechanical and Naval Architecture; (4) Electrical and Computer; (5) Student Projects; (6) Engineering Management and Systems Engineering Innovation; and (7) Energy and Microelectronics by presenters from participating universities and industries. Participants can earn up to 8 Professional Development Hours.
While 2014 is the second year form establishment of UNO-EF, it also marks the fifth annual SSCET at the UNO R&T Park with a very successful record of bringing together a broad range of industry sponsors, universities represented by students and faculty, practicing engineers and consultants, and UNO Engineering alumni. We anticipate the collaborative effort to surpass our past records measured by the number of sponsors, presentations, student and practicing engineer interactions, exhibitions, and well-known keynote and lunch speakers. The event, which includes breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks and the presentation material, will begin at 8:00 AM with the UNO President, Dr. Peter J. Fos, welcoming the participants, and will end at 4:30 PM.
The UNO College of Engineering will host Forum guests and UNO alumni in the Boggs Center following the UNO-EF at 6:00pm. The purpose will be to engage and inform all participants regarding the current status and upcoming initiatives on the part of the College. Dean Whitley will be present to provide a brief update, and there will be cocktails and light refreshments available.