by Peter Martin

Engineering Curriculum Manager | Quanser Inc.

I first encountered the concept of remote labs, or remotely accessible laboratory hardware, twelve years ago. Since then, the state of the art in telepresence and communications systems has progressed in leaps and bounds, but, somehow, remotely accessible engineering labs...

by Simon Whitmell

Engineering Curriculum Specialist | Quanser

Before I begin, let me start by saying that if your institution is doing project-based learning (or PBL, as we call it in the 'biz'), then you are already ahead of the pack. Most engineering education is still stuck in...
Date: November 13-16, 2019 Location: Chennai, India
Quanser is joining engineering education experts from universities, research institutes, industry, governmental and non-governmental organizations at the IX World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF), the annual summit of the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies. Our booth at WEEF 2019 will...

by Peter Martin

Engineering Curriculum Manager | Quanser Inc.

Modernizing engineering education is hard. A big part of the problem is that engineering is a combination of the exciting and sexy world of self-driving cars and landing rockets, and the reality of years of mathematics and intensive software engineering...

by Abbey Desjarlais

A little over a year ago, Quanser made the ambitious decision to create a controls engineering textbook. It was a bit unorthodox for us; we’ve been designing and building hardware experiences for controls students for thirty years, including curriculum and...