Welcome to ENGR10 - San Jose State University

Report
Starting this Wed., sect. 2 lectures will
be held in room 101 Morris Dailey
Auditorium
Welcome to ENGR10
Meet our faculty & TAs
Visit our web site
engineering.sjsu.edu/e10
Lecture Faculty
Jack Warecki
Professor of Record
8 AM Lecture
Ken Youssefi
Professor of Record
1:30 PM Lecture
Lab Faculty
Jack Warecki
Ken Youssefi
Smita Duorah
Javier Valencia
Steven Sepka
Graders and Lab Assistants
Maitreyee Desai
Charlie Trevaskis
Jayesh Pandhe
Colin Chen
Vince Nagel
Simon Sorenson
Matt Boyd
Adding E10
The following lab. sections are open:
9, 10, 14, 17, 18, and 21
Contact Prof. Youssefi at [email protected] for
permission code. Include your choice of lecture
section and open lab.
Who Are We?
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Turn to your neighbor:
• Introduce yourself
• Name, major, anything else you might want to
share
• Tell your neighbor why you are studying
•
engineering
What is one goal you have this semester
San Jose State University
College of Engineering Departments
• Mechanical Engineering (ME)
• Electrical Engineering (EE)
• Computer Engineering (CMPE)
• Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE)
• Aviation and Technology (AVTech)
• Biomedical, Chemical & Material Engineering (BCME)
• Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISE)
• General Engineering
• Aerospace Engineering (AE)
• Software Engineering (SE)
Course Goals - Engineering
At the end of this course students will be able to:
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Understand the steps of the engineering design process
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Apply basic physics concepts to the design and analysis of built
systems
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Apply teamwork skills and resolve team conflict
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Write a simple engineering report and present the report orally
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Use tools such as spreadsheets, C++ programming, and CAD
software to support engineering design and analysis
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Use ethical reasoning to address and evaluate ethical dilemmas
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Explain principles of sustainability and how they affect
engineering design
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Recognize the value of participation in professional activities
Course Goals – GE Area E
At the end of this course students will be able to:
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recognize the physiological, social/cultural, and psychological
influences on their well-being;
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recognize the interrelation of the physiological, social/cultural,
and psychological factors on their development across the
lifespan;
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use appropriate social skills to enhance learning and develop
positive interpersonal relationships with diverse groups and
individuals; and
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recognize themselves as individuals undergoing a particular
stage of human development, how their well-being is affected
by the university’s academic and social systems, and how they
can facilitate their development within the university
environment.
Project-Based Learning
Lab Projects
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Excel labs: Two weeks
Solar Energy Experiment: One week
Wind Turbine Project: Five weeks
Robot Project: Six weeks
Let’s Explore the Class Web Site
Visit the E10 web page frequently
www.engineering.sjsu.edu/E10
Visit the E10 web page frequently
www.engineering.sjsu.edu/E10
Visit the E10 web page frequently
www.engineering.sjsu.edu/E10
Visit the E10 web page frequently
www.engineering.sjsu.edu/E10
Visit the E10 web page frequently
www.engineering.sjsu.edu/E10
Visit the E10 web page frequently
www.engineering.sjsu.edu/E10
Visit the E10 web page frequently
www.engineering.sjsu.edu/E10
Class Schedule
Note different lecturers (JW – Jack Warecki, KY = Ken Youssefi)
Syllabus
Silicon Valley Leaders Symposium
Semester’s Speakers
(http://engineering.sjsu.edu/news-and-events/svls)
Login into Canvas and explore
Use “Modules” to Navigate
Due by Feb. 10
Registering your Clicker
1 – Select iclicker option
2 – Select clicker Registration option
3 – Enter clicker ID number
Student Clubs – EXTRA CREDIT
Extra Credit awarded
If you are a transfer student . . .
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You may think you
already had this class at
your previous school
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If you think you have . . .
stay after class and we
will talk about ENGR11
We’re going to have
fun this semester!

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