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Join our Engineering Academic Challenge webinar, September 21st

on Fri, 09/16/2016 - 18:04

The all-new 2016 Engineering Academic Challenge - developed by students for students is launching in October.  We invite you to register for our informational webinar on September 21, 2016  at 10:00 a.m. EDT to learn the key benefits in playing the Engineering Academic Challenge at your university.

The Engineering Academic Challenge is an immersive, 5-week interactive problem-set competition, featuring weekly thematic engineering challenges built around five transdisciplinary themes inspired by the National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges.

The challenge question sets were developed

New engineering research: Knovel content now added to the Engineering Village platform!

on Tue, 09/06/2016 - 22:54

Engineering Village announced today a new Knovel integration on the Engineering Village platform. Customers who subscribe to both Compendex and Knovel, can now search and locate Knovel book, journal and conference proceedings on Engineering Village and link to Knovel for full-text access! 

All Knovel subject areas are covered, although access to full-text records on Knovel is dependent on your subscription level.The inclusion of Knovel.com in Engineering Village will further help your engineers, engineering students, faculty and researchers achieve the following:

  • Identify research topics and

Gearing Up for the Engineering Academic Challenge: How Everyone Wins

on Wed, 08/10/2016 - 17:33

By Marilynn Larkin

The Hollywood movie, “The Martian,” opens with a dust storm. How long do such dust storms usually last?

As an R&D engineer with Autodesk, you are developing a CAD system to algorithmically optimize mechanical performance of a 3D-printed metal-lattice structure? Which machine learning technique best avoids the problem of deception?

These are just two examples of the real-world questions thousands of engineering students from hundreds of institutions around the world will face in the upcoming Knovel/Engineering Village

Highlights from ASEE's 123rd Annual Conference & Exposition 2016

on Fri, 07/08/2016 - 05:18


ASEE's 123rd Annual Conference & Exposition took place June 27-29 in the Big Easy - New Orleans, Louisiana. The conference boasted attendance from over 4,000 leaders across 500 university and college engineering schools. In fact, nearly 90 percentof all U.S. engineering colleges are ASEE members.

ASEE Annual gives librarians, professors, deans, instructors and students a chance to present papers, thought-leadership sessions, network with colleagues and collaborate across academic institutions. It's also a reunion of sorts for the many friendships that started through ASEE divisions. The

Engineering Village & Knovel Present: Solving Problems That Matter... Critical Insights for Preparing the Next Generation of Engineers

on Thu, 09/10/2015 - 21:19

The conventional view of what it takes to thrive as an engineer no longer applies. What does it take to be an engineer in today’s fast-changing, hyper-connected world where people, society, systems and infrastructures are constantly evolving and being disrupted?

Join us for a complimentary webinar as Dr. Lawrence Jones reveals how institutional leaders, educators and other key influencers can prepare the next generation of engineering problem-solvers.

Two Times Available:
Wed, September 30, 2015 

10 am Eastern Time, 3 pm British Time

Thurs, October 1, 2015 
10 am Sydney Time, 9 am Japan Time (Same

Access new Engineering Village features on a monthly basis

on Tue, 06/02/2015 - 14:05

Have you noticed all the updates to Engineering Village lately? In fact, there have been a regular stream of enhancements over the past 24 months. This is due to Engineering Village’s agile development cycle, a process of continuous improvement which ensures the product remains responsive to its user-community,short time of their emergence.

One of key the characteristics of agile development is that items of functionality or features are less often introduced in a single grandstanding package, but rolled out incrementally over time.