ECEDHA Summit Series

Introducing the ECEDHA Summit Series

 

ECE faculty and ECE industry professionals are invited to attend the ECEDHA Summit Series,
a NEW quarterly virtual program beginning this December. 

 

ECEDHA is pleased to introduce the ECEDHA Educators Summit and the ECEDHA Lab Pros Network Summit, a NEW virtual series. 
ECE Educators and ECE Lab Professionals from member institutions are invited to participate in these quarterly ECEDHA Summits taking place over the following dates:

  • December 1-2, 2020 - REGISTER NOW!
  • March 23-24, 2021
  • June 8-9, 2021
  • September 28-29, 2021

Each ECEDHA Summit offers a two-day virtual program, featuring a series of training sessions in Autonomous Systems, Makers, Machine Learning, ECE Curriculum, Diversity and Inclusion, and more, with an immediate deep dive into experiences before and after COVID-19.

 

 

 

PROGRAM DETAILS: DECEMBER 2020

The December Summit offers a two-day virtual program focused on Lessons Learned this Fall & Plans for the Spring. Program Chairs Zhihua Qu (University of Central Florida) and Sid Deliwala (UPenn) have developed two separate, but intertwined tracks: the ECEDHA Educators Summit, for Chairs & Faculty, and the ECEDHA Lab Pros Network Summit, dedicated to Lab Professionals.

Throughout the December program, many sessions will be shared between the ECEDHA Educators Summit & the ECEDHA Lab Pros Network Summit as members work toward a common goal of improving online education for both students and faculty.

This gathering of peers will provide rich content, lessons learned, and strategic guidance and interactions with fellow educators from Arizona State University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, NC State University, Northwestern University, UC San Diego, University of New Mexico, University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas at Dallas, Virginia Tech and more.



 

PROGRAM CHAIRS: DECEMBER 2020

 
 

Zhihua Qu

Professor and Chair,

Electrical and Computer Engineering

University of Central Florida


 

 

 

Sid Deliwala

Director of ESE Lab Program,

Electrical & Systems

Engineering

University of Pennsylvania






 

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