The practice of engineering is continually changing. Engineers today must be able not only to thrive in an environment of rapid technological change and globalization, but also to work on interdisciplinary teams. Cutting-edge research is being done at the intersections of engineering disciplines, and successful researchers and practitioners must be aware of developments and challenges in areas that may not be familiar to them.
At the U.S. Frontiers of Engineer Symposium, engineers have the opportunity to learn from their peers about pioneering work being done in many areas of engineering. Frontiers of Engineering 2011: Reports on Leading-Edge Engineering from the 2011 Symposium highlights the papers presented at the event. This book covers four general topics from the 2011 symposium: additive manufacturing, semantic processing, engineering sustainable buildings, and neuro-prosthetics. The papers from these presentations provide an overview of the challenges and opportunities of these fields of inquiry, and communicate the excitement of discovery.
Table of Contents
|Introduction--Carolyn Seepersad and Michael Siemer||3-4|
|Additive Manufacturing Technologies: Technology Introduction and Business Implications--Brent Stucker||5-14|
|Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace: Examples and Research Outlook--Brett Lyons||15-24|
|Additive Manufacturing Is Changing Surgery--Andrew M. Christensen||25-32|
|The Shape of Things to Come: Frontiers in Additive Manufacturing--Hod Lipson||33-44|
|Introduction--Aleksandar Kuzmanovic and Amarnag Subramanya||47-48|
|Automatic Text Understanding of Content and Text Quality--Ani Nenkova||49-54|
|Advancing Natural Language Understanding with Collaboratively Generated Content--Evgeniy Gabrilovich||55-60|
|Large-Scale Visual Semantic Extraction--Samy Bengio||61-68|
|Searching for Statistical Diagrams--Shirley Zhe Chen, Michael J. Cafarella, and Eytan Adar||69-78|
|ENGINEERING SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS||79-80|
|Introduction--Annie Pearce and John Zhai||81-82|
|Challenges and Opportunities for Low-Carbon Buildings--John Ochsendorf||83-88|
|Expanding Design Spaces--John Haymaker||89-96|
|Opportunities and Challenges for Multiscale Modeling of Sustainable Buildings--Jelena Srebric||97-100|
|Accelerating Green Building Market Transformation with Information Technology--Christopher Pyke||101-110|
|Introduction--Timothy Denison and Justin Williams||113-114|
|Retinal Prosthetic Systems for Treatment of Blindness--James D. Weiland and Mark S. Humayun||115-122|
|The Evolution of Brain-Computer Interfaces--Eric C. Leuthardt||123-136|
|Ultra Low-Power Biomedical and Bio-Inspired Systems--Rahul Sarpeshkar||137-142|
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