Conference Info

2022 ASEE Conference Schedule

Technical Sessions

Technical Session 1: Sunday, June 26, 1:15-2:45 PM, Room 103A

  • Paper: Identifying Students’ Connections to Advanced Topics in an Introductory Materials Engineering Course
    • Speaker: Breejha Quezada
  • Paper: Material selection in Electric Vehicle Engineering Programs
    • Speaker: Claes Fredriksson
  • Paper: Work in Progress: Motivation and Interest on the Design and Optimization of 3D-Printed ABS and PLA Scaffolds
    • Speaker: Nabila Shamim
  • Paper: Enhancing Student Engagement in Engineering Materials Science using KEEN Mindset in Laboratory Activities
    • Speaker: Hui Shen


Technical Session 2: Sunday, June 26, 3:00-4:30 PM, Room 103A

  • Paper: Students’ changing perceptions of programming skills in Materials Science and Engineering
    • Speaker: Susan P. Gentry
  • Paper: Best Paper Winner: Authentic Undergraduate Research in Machine Learning with The Informatics Skunkworks: A Strategy for Scalable Apprenticeship Applied to Materials Informatics Research
    • Speaker: Benjamin Thomas Afflerbach
  • Paper: Teaching Engineering Design with Materials Selection and Simulation through Case Studies: A Work in Progress
    • Speaker: Kaitlin Tyler
  • Paper: WIP: Problems and Promises of Online Lectures for the Mechanics of Materials related Courses during and after COVID-19
    • Speaker: Christopher Papadopoulos


Technical Session 3: Wednesday, June 29, 8-9:30 AM, Room 102F

  • Presentation of Outstanding New Materials Educator Award to Dr. Robert L. Lowe from University of Dayton
  • Paper: Conducting remote materials education and outreach with in-person communities: implementation and reflections
    • Speaker: Brian Iezzi
  • Paper: Impact of Transitions between Online and Offline Learning During COVID-19 on Computational Curricular Reform: Student Perspective
    • Speaker: Yang Dan
  • Paper: Comparing Expert Predictions to Student Performance on Challenging Conceptual Questions: Towards an Adaptive Learning Module for Materials Science
    • Speaker: Nutnicha Nigon
  • Paper: Virtual adaptation of introductory materials engineering:  a partially asynchronous approach to engage a large class
    • Speaker: Jonathan Brown
  • Paper: Describing Students’ Approach to Design Thinking in Introductory Materials Engineering Courses
    • Speaker: Nicole Johnson-Glauch


Other Division Events

  • Business Meeting: Monday, June 27, 9:45 –11:15 AM, Room M100A
  • Social: Tuesday, June 28, 7:00 -9:00 PM, Lakes and Legends Brewing Company, 1368 Lasalle Ave.
    • NOTE: The brewery does not serve food. However, you can order food from Sonora Restaurant when you are at the brewery or bring in your own.