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Milanovic, Dubiel, and Severino Conduct Live Webinar on STEM Education


Posted 05/29/2018
Category: Accolades
Shown in the figure is an application interface for the simulation app ‘Flow Past a Cylinder’ completed by Patrick Dubiel, mechanical engineering student.

Shown in the figure is an application interface for the simulation app ‘Flow Past a Cylinder’ completed by Patrick Dubiel, mechanical engineering student.

Shown in the figure is an application interface for the simulation app ‘Dual Stream Nozzle’ designed by Jeffrey Severino, mechanical engineering student. This work was presented at the recent Undergraduate Research & Creativity Colloquium.

Shown in the figure is an application interface for the simulation app ‘Dual Stream Nozzle’ designed by Jeffrey Severino, mechanical engineering student. This work was presented at the recent Undergraduate Research & Creativity Colloquium.

Jeffrey Severino and Patrick Dubiel with dual stream nozzles.

Jeffrey Severino and Patrick Dubiel with dual stream nozzles.

Ivana Milanovic, professor of mechanical engineering, conducted a live webinar on using simulation apps to improve student learning. This webinar STEM Education: Enhance Student Learning with Simulation Apps is now permanently stored on Engineering.com. The webinar includes the following:

  1. Introduction to a new educational approach that integrates mathematical modeling, numerical simulation, and visualization techniques
  2. Details on how to use simulations and apps within lecture-based courses.
  3. Live demo of app building in the COMSOL Multiphysics® software delivered by Patrick Dubiel and Jeffrey Severino, mechanical engineering undergraduate students.
  4. Q&A session.

Dr. Milanovic, Patrick Dubiel (Junior Regent Award Recipient, 2018), and Jeffrey Severino (NASA Intern, 2018) showcased their class- and research-related work to an audience of hundreds of engineers worldwide.

Shown in the figure is an application interface for the simulation app ‘Flow Past a Cylinder’ completed by Patrick Dubiel, mechanical engineering student.

Shown in the figure is an application interface for the simulation app ‘Flow Past a Cylinder’ completed by Patrick Dubiel, mechanical engineering student.

Shown in the figure is an application interface for the simulation app ‘Dual Stream Nozzle’ designed by Jeffrey Severino, mechanical engineering student. This work was presented at the recent Undergraduate Research & Creativity Colloquium.

Shown in the figure is an application interface for the simulation app ‘Dual Stream Nozzle’ designed by Jeffrey Severino, mechanical engineering student. This work was presented at the recent Undergraduate Research & Creativity Colloquium.

Jeffrey Severino and Patrick Dubiel with dual stream nozzles.

Jeffrey Severino and Patrick Dubiel with dual stream nozzles.