List of Contents of Volume 28, Nrs. 3-6, 2006

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM AND FORUM
“EDUCATION IN MATERIALS SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY”
International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies, Singapore, July 3-8, 2005.
Symposium Organizers: B.V.R. Chowdari, P. Goodhew, J.E.E. Baglin and G.V. SubbaRao
 

Symposium and Forum Report: Education in Materials Science, Engineering and Technology, Singapore, 2005.
P.J. Goodhew1, T.R. Finlayson2, J.E.E. Baglin3, J.G. Shapter4, V.M. Castano5, S.M. Baker6, Witold Brostow7, and P.R. Howell8
1University of Liverpool, UK;
2Monash University, Australia;
3IBM Almaden Research Center, USA;
4Flinders University, Australia;
5National Autonomous University of Mexico;
6Harvey Mudd College, USA;
7University of North Texas;
8Pennsylvania State University ........................................................................................................................151


Active Learning in Materials Science and Engineering
P. J. Goodhew and T. J. Bullough
University of Liverpool and UK Centre for Materials Education ................................................................161


Classroom Techniques to Promote Engineering Solutions for a Sustainable Future
Linda Vanasupa1, Katherine C. Chen1 and Frank G. Splitt2
1California Polytechnic State University,
2Northwestern University ..................................................................................................................................171
 

Teaching Undergraduates Nanotechnology
J.G. Shapter
Flinders University, Australia ...........................................................................................................................179
 

Introducing Aspects of Materials Science Related to Bio-Catalysis to Undergraduate Students
Peter Grunwald
University of Hamburg, Germany .....................................................................................................................189


Integrating Basic Mathematical Tools within a Materials Course
Aaron S. Blicblau
Swinburne University, Australia .......................................................................................................................199


Rapid Educational Changes in Japan
Masao Doyama
Teikyo University of Science and Technology, and the University of Tokyo, Japan ..............................213


Materials Science and Engineering in Australia: What is the Status of Undergraduate Education,
What is Its Purpose?
T.R. Finlayson
Monash University, Australia ...........................................................................................................................225


General Education Course in Materials
M. Grant Norton and David F. Bahr
Washington State University ............................................................................................................................239


Writing to Specification: An Approach to Teaching Scientific Literacy, and a Prelude to Writing
The World of Materials” Essays
P.R. Howell
The Pennsylvania State University ..................................................................................................................247


A Study on the Effects of the Innovative Design Competition on High School Students’ Learning about
High Temperature Superconductivity for Magnetic Levitation
Jun-Fu Huang1, Mei-Chen Chang1, Yao-Ming Chu2, In-Gann Chen3, M. D. Shieh3, Ching-Mei Tang4 and Maw-Kuen Wu4
1National Science and Technology Museum;
2National Kaohsiung Normal University;
3National Cheng Kung University;
4National Science Council, Taiwan. ................................................................................................................291


Educational Website Design of Innovation Competition Using Superconductor for Magnetic Levitation
Meng-Dar Shieh1, In-Gann Chen1 , Fu-Yun Yu1, Jun-Fu Huang2, H. Y. Tang3, M.K. Wu4
1National Cheng Kung University;
2National Science and Technology Museum;
3National Chi Nan University;
4National Science Council, Taiwan, ROC. .......................................................................................................297


Educational Ladder for Careers in Optics and Photonics – The Albuquerque Model
Marek Osin´ski1, Charles B. Fleddermann1, Sudhakar Prasad1, Arthur H. Guenther1, Anne L. Madsen1, Christine B. McCormick1, and MaryJo Daniel2
1University of New Mexico;
2Albuquerque Public Schools ..........................................................................................................................307
 

Colorful Nomenclature of Organic Compounds
Susai Rajendran1, A. Rosaly2 and S. Thagasamy3
1Arts College, Dindigul;
2St. Joseph’s Higher Secondary School, Dindigul;
3Tamilnadu Open University, Chennai, India...................................................................................................315


steeluniversity.org : A New E-Learning Resource on Ferrous Metallurgy
David J. Naylor
International Iron and Steel Institute, Brussels, Belgium. .............................................................................343


An Overview of an E-Education, Materials Science Course: Philosophy, Design and Assessment
P.R. Howell
The Pennsylvania State University ..................................................................................................................351


The Use of Cambridge Materials Selector in Enhancing Graduate Studies in Materials
Science and Engineering Education
Oswald N.C. Uwakweh
University of Puerto Rico – Mayagüez ...........................................................................................................365


“Strange Matter”: A Traveling Materials Science Exhibition
Shenda M. Baker1 and Richard A. Souza2
1Harvey Mudd College;
 2Materials Research Society ...........................................................................................................................373


ASM Materials Education Foundation: Preparing Engineers for the Future
Aziz Asphahani1, Thomas Stoebe2, Charles Hayes3
1.Carus Chemical Company;
2University of Washington;
3ASM Foundation ..............................................................................................................................................379
 

Abstracts: Symposium on “Education in Materials Science, Engineering and Technology”, Singapore, 2005.
[ Multiple authors] ..............................................................................................................................................385
 

Obituary: Professor Valery Privalko
Alexander Tregub
Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA ....................................................................................................................395
 

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