Problem Identification from Error Logs for Predictive Maintenance

Project Details


Innovation is essential for economic growth and sustainability. Educating technically savvy innovative engineers is often hailed as a solution. In order to do this, we must ensure the current engineering education is fostering these desired skills. In this work we investigate the efficacy of engineering education from three perspectives: acquisition of domain knowledge, creative ability and self efficacy. The investigation of self-efficacy together with actual measures of domain skill as academic performance and creative ability as ability to produce original yet feasible solutions to design problems is needed. We will develop a scalable standardized instrument and apply it at least in the beginning and end of engineering education to gauge the effect the education has on the students. Data is also
collected from four partner universities abroad to be able to compare different curricula and identify the best practices in engineering education.
Short titleElisa/Kaski S.
Effective start/end date01/01/202031/12/2023


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