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ENGG1200 - Engineering Modelling and Problem Solving

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UQ Centre (27A), Room 226

Saint Lucia, QLD 4067

Australia

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ENGG1200 is a compulsory first-year course designed to further develop the skills students gain in ENGG1100. The course is an introduction to a) engineering problem solving through the relationship between theoretical, mathematical and computational modelling for predicting design performance, and b) the properties, and behaviours of engineering materials in design.

Students engage in a major team- based multidisciplinary design project to develop first phase virtual and second phase physical prototype solutions. The final system prototype will be physically tested to validate predicted performance in an end of session demonstration. Visit this class to see collaborative learning in a large-scale flipped classroom in action; the primary technical learning outcomes are addressed through a combination of online learning activities and hands-on collaborative tutorials and laboratories.

Both Associate Professor Lydia Kavanagh (Director of First Year Engineering) and Associate Professor Carl Reidsema [Director of Teaching and Learning (EAIT)] are teaching-focused academics who spent considerable time in industry before returning to academia. Both coordinators provide innovative leadership with initiatives including: the Special Interest Group in Engineering Education (SIGEE), the PETS (Proactively Ensuring Team Success) process, the Flipped classroom project, and Learning pathway project. They have both received awards at the institutional and national level for teaching excellence.

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UQ Centre (27A), Room 226

Saint Lucia, QLD 4067

Australia

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