Our paper titled “Modeling Customer Choice Preferences in Engineering Design Using Bipartite Network Analysis” is accepted by The 43rd Design Automation Conference in The ASME 2017 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference (IDETC/CIE 2017). The conference this year will be held at Cleveland, Ohio in August. Click here for details about this conference.
Our paper titled “Modeling Product Co-Consideration Relations: A Comparative Study of Two Network Models” has been accepted by the 21st International Conference on Engineering Design. The conference this year will be held at Vancouver, Canada in August. I’m looking forward to it. Click here for details about this conference.
We are awarded Open Education Resources (OER) Grant by the University of Arkansas Libraries and the Global Campus. Click here for more information about OER grant and other related initiatives. We will use this grant to amplify students’ learning outcomes and hands-on experience in the MEEG 4104: Machine Element Design class through the integration of open course, open access publications, and open-source design projects.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Arkansas is seeking an outstanding, highly-qualified, active researcher to collaborate and enhance existing research groups. More information available here.
Before I left today at around 4:15pm, there were 126 freshmen declared their major as mechanical engineering. That is the top 1 amongst 8 engineering departments. Everyone did a good job in showing MEEG spirit. Go Hogs!
Our paper titled “Analyzing Customer Preference to Product Optional Features in Supporting Product Configuration” has been accepted by SAE International Journal of Materials and Manufacturing and will appear on Volume 126-5. Click here for details.