Teleoperation from a Cave Automatic Virtual Environment

Glenn, S T; Lagoudas, M Z; Kalmár-Nagy, T [Kalmár-Nagy, Tamás (Áramlástan, Elmél...), szerző] Áramlástan Tanszék (BME / GPK)

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    There is a constant need to promote retention and better prepare students for their engineering careers in educational programs. At Texas A&M University, about 50% of students entering engineering drop out by the junior year. In a typical curriculum, students are exposed to little or no systems engineering concepts until they become seniors. Soft skills and some problem solving skills can not be effectively developed in a traditional lecture-style setting. Cooperation with a multidisciplinary team with varying levels of experience is also an important component of undergraduate education that receives little emphasis. The Space Engineering Institute (SEI) at Texas A&M University supports multidisciplinary and multilevel (freshman to senior) applied research projects for undergraduate engineering students. This paper discusses one such project and evaluates its effect on undergraduate education.
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    2021-10-26 07:55