We are seeking volunteers who have experience teaching and/or developing control systems laboratories. The purpose of this study is to determine a consensus of the most important learning outcomes, concepts, and equipment for students to experience in a control systems laboratory. In order to achieve a consensus the survey will be administered in four rounds between June and August 2015. Each round will take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.
At the 2015 SWE Region H conference at University of Notre Dame, I presented a session titled "Your Brand and Social Media." The first part of the presentiation was about creating a personal brand. That was followed by an overview of some of the most popular social media/networking sites. Then I wraped it up with some best practices from the The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users by Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick.
So today I happened across #AcWriMo (Academic Writing Month), which is a writing challenge for academics to write every day in November. This intrigued me for two main reasons: 1. I have a lot to write in November anyway and 2. I need to develop better habits for writing.
On October 23, I presented the first paper my advisor, Dr. R.S. Sreenivas, and I published on my research of affordable and portable laboratory kits for undergraduate controls education courses. The paper and presentation were part of the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference in San Antonio, Texas. The slides from the presentation are included below and the full paper is available in the ASME Digital Collection.