Educational Innovations

We develop and use simulation tools to optimize the design of enhanced materials and devices from the nanoscale (at the molecular level). Below are some highlights from our interest areas.

Educational Innovations

We apply technology in the classroom to improve learning.

  • MA Pasquinelli and JA Joines, “Integrating computing into thermodynamics: Lessons learned”, American Society of Engineering Education, 2011 Annual Conference & Exposition.  PDF
  • JA Joines and MA Pasquinelli, “Using student owned computing and tablet PCs to teach engineering problem solving using Excel and VBA to Textile Students”, Proceedings of the Textiles Futures Conference (August 2008). PDF
  • Melissa A. Pasquinelli, “Talk About Teaching: Teaching Style as a Function of Diversity,” Carnegie Mellon Graduate Times 3(4): 3 (2001).