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~  Mechatronics  Education  ~      

Responding  to  Industry  Needs  

Impact  Florida.  Lead  Nationally.  

Panel  moderated  by  Marilyn  Barger,  Ph.D.,  P.E.  &  Executive  Director  

Florida  Advanced  Technological  Education  Center  of  Excellence    

WELCOME!    Ernie  Friend,  Director  of  Academic  Systems  Florida  State  College  at  Jacksonville    Dan  Horine,  Program  Head  of  Mechatronics  Virginia  Western  Community  College    Niaz  La=f,  Professor  and  Dean  Purdue  University  Calumet    

•  colleges  &  programs    •  why  mechatronics  ?  •  program  highlights  &  special  partnerships  

Impact  Florida.  Lead  Nationally.  

Mechatronics  Education      

Responding  to  Industry  Needs  

~  Our  colleges  &  programs  ~      

Impact  Florida.  Lead  Nationally.  

About  FSCJ  

•  Total  student  headcount:  66,951  

•  Median  age  in  college  credit  programs:  27  years  old    

•  Median  age  in  con=nuing  educa=on  programs:  39  years  old    

•  Full-­‐=me  Faculty:  419,  Adjunct  Faculty:  810,  Total  Employees:  2,741  

•  Average  annual  added  income  due  to  the  ac=vi=es  of  FSCJ  and  its  former  

students  equals  $1.6  billion  

Engineering  Technology  Mechatronics  Florida  State  College  at  Jacksonville  

   

Program  Information  

 �  Two  DOL  Grants  Awarded    � One  NSF  ATE  Grant  Awarded  

�  First  Mechatronics  CerFficate  in          Engineering  Technology  

�  143  Students  Enrolled  in  the  Program  

Mechatronics  Systems    Engineering  Technology    Virginia  Western  Community  College  

-­‐  Community  College    -­‐  Established  1966  ~  50  years  -­‐  Over  13,000  students  -­‐  5th  largest  college  out  of  the  23  in  the  

Commonwealth  

Mechatronics  Systems    Engineering  Technology  Program  Information  

-­‐  Mechatronics  Program    §  Started  2007              §  9  Students  

-­‐  Fall  2013    §  74  Students  

-­‐  Only  Mechatronics  AAS  Degree  in          the  state  

-­‐  Only  college  in  Virginia          Siemens  Certified  

-­‐  Regional  Academy  for  Advanced          Technology  Dual  Enrollment  Program  

-­‐  NSF  Grant  Award  –  E²T  

•  A  state  university  established  in  1946  

•  Second  largest  of  five  Purdue  campuses  with  10,000  students  

•  A  residen=al  campus  with  approximately  165  acres  and  16  buildings  

•  School  of  Technology  is  one  of  the  six  schools  that  offers  eight    BS  degree  

program  in  Engineering  Technology  and  3  Master’s  Degrees  

•  Strategically  located  in  Northwest  Indiana    

(25  miles  from  Chicago  Downtown)  

Mechatronics  Engineering  Technology  Purdue  University  Calumet  

Program  Information  •  First  BS  degree  in  the  USA  in  Mechatronics  Engineering  

Technology  

•  Two  NSF  award    

�  NSF-­‐CCLI-­‐A  Mechatronics  Curriculum  and  Packaging  AutomaCon  Laboratory  Facility  –    $149,372  

�  NSF-­‐ATE  MeeCng  Workforce  Needs  for  Mechatronics  Technicians  –    $638,860  

•  Successful  ABET  visit  in  Fall  2012  

Provides  skills  and  knowledge    

Enrollment  

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~  why  mechatronics?  ~      

Impact  Florida.  Lead  Nationally.  

NSC  Grant  Overview  •  U.S.  Department  of  Labor  (USDOL)    TAACCCT  Grant,  10/1/2011  –  9/30/2014.  

•  19.7  million  dollar  grant  award.  

•  A  ten-­‐college  consor=um  led  by    Anne  Arundel  Community  College  (AACC).  

Program  Layout  Term  1  

16  Weeks  Term  2  

16  Weeks  Term  3  

16  Weeks  

ETM  2315  Mechanical  Devices  &  

Systems  

ETS  1700  Hydraulics  &  Pneuma=cs    

ETS  1603  Robo=cs  –  Mechanics  and  Controls    (Intro  to  Robo=cs)  

EET  1084  Survey  of  Electronics  (Fundamentals  of  Electrical  Systems)  

ETS  1511    Motors  and  Controls  

 

EML  811  Mechatronics  I  (Capstone)  

 

ETS  1352  Introduc=on  to  

Manufacturing  Processes    (Introduc=on  to  High  Tech  Manufacturing)  

ETS  1542  Introduc=on  to  PLCs    

(Fundamentals  of  PLCs)      

EML  811  Mechatronics  I  (Capstone)  

 

ETD  1100  Engineering  Drawing    (Engineering  Drafing  –  

CAD)  

BCN  2732  OSHA  Safety    

 

First  8  Weeks  

Second  8  Weeks  

Why  Mechatronics?  

Mechatronics  is  the  synergistic  integration  of  Mechanical  Engineering,  Electrical  Engineering  with  Information  Technology.      “Real  skills  for  real          jobs.”    Innovation  through  integration    

System  Approach  Learning  

Then  focus  on:      -­‐  System  modules      -­‐  Components                                                      -­‐  Physical  properties    -­‐  Measurements    

Students  learn    about  the  

complexities  of  the  system  in  a  holistic  fashion    

Start  at  macro  level  

Ability  to  pinpoint  

malfunctions  

Ability  to  transfer  knowledge    to  another  system      “Handlungs-­‐              kompetenz“  

FluidSim P

Blended  Learning  study  methods  

Cosimir Robotics

Information Technology

WBT Project planning Mech. Assistant

Cosimir Industrial

WBT Fieldbus technology

Cosimir PLC

WBT Elektro- pneumatics

WBT Electro-hydraulics

WBT Basic control functions

WBT Mechatronics

Workforce  Need  �  Trained  technologists  to  design,  build  and  service  the  type  of  complex,  

high-­‐speed  machinery  used  in  the  package  industry  

�  Knowledge  in  automation,  electrical  control,  and  mechanical  design  as  machine  design  

�  Skills  needed  in  automation  equipment,  PLC’s,  motors  and  drives,  HMI’s,  high  speed  digital  camera,  labeling  machine,  photo  eye,  conveyers,,  lab  simulator,  inverter  machine  

�  The  program  combines  mechanical  design,  manufacturing  and  electrical  control  focused  on  high  speed  packaging  machinery  

Program  Strength    

•  Hands-­‐on  experience  in  designing,  installing,  interfacing  automated  equipment  and  troubleshoo=ng,  advanced  programming  techniques    

 

•  Industry  support  exceeded  $1  million  ;  Includes  two  complete  packaging  systems  

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~  program  highlights  &  special  partnerships  ~    

 

Impact  Florida.  Lead  Nationally.  

•  Select  people  in  your  organiza=on  that  have  a  strong  work  ethic  and  promote  and  pay  for  the  training.  

•  Hire  new  people  on  one  year  internship  with  training  as  part  of  job  du=es.  

•  Create  a  manufacturing  associa=on  training  fund  to  assist  people  with  educa=onal  costs.  

•  Create  an  manufacturing  associa=on  subgroup  specifically  on  educa=on.  

•  Send  exis=ng  process  technician  to  update  training.  

•  Use  billboards  to  promote  manufacturing  jobs.  

•  Train  and  hire  Veterans.  

•  Solve  the  problem  collec=vely.    

Increasing  the  Pipeline    

Our  partners  

Advisory  Committee  

•  Partnership  with  (Packaging  Machinery  Manufacturers  Ins=tute)  PMMI  provides:  

§  Scholarships  for  students  every  year  §  Support  for  faculty  and  students  to  akend  PACK  EXPO    §  Funding    for  program  through  Educa=on  Founda=on  

§  PromoCon  of  program  through  their  na=onal  outlet  §  Training  support  for  faculty  

§  Partnership  with  Mitsubishi  resulted  in  a  new  laboratory  

§  Partnership  with  key  industry  partner  resulted  in  an  endowed  laboratory  

Partnership  

•  In  2009,  at  PACK  EXPO  in  Las  Vegas,  First  Prize  

•  In  2010,  at  PACK  EXPO  in  Chicago,  Second  Prize  

•  In  2011,  at  PACK  EXPO  in  Las  Vegas,  Third  Prize  

•  In  2012,  at  the  PACK  EXPO  in  Chicago,  Mechatronics  

student  won  the  Amazing  Packaging  Race  

Student  Success  at  the  National-­‐Level    Design  Competition  

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Questions?      

Ernie  Friend,  FSCJ’s  Mechatronics  Program  [email protected]  

 Dan  Horine,  VWCC’s  Mechatronics  Program  

[email protected]    

Niaz  Latif,  Purdue  University    [email protected]    

Impact  Florida.  Lead  Nationally.  

THANK    YOU!  

Impact  Florida.  Lead  Nationally.  

This  presentation  will  be  posted  next  week  on  www.flate.pbwiki.com