Teaching Electromagnetics to Next-Generation Engineers—The ELEDIA Recipe: The ELEDIA teaching style. Massa, A.; Anselmi, N.; Dall'Asta, L.; Gottardi, G.; Goudos, S., K.; Hannan, M., A.; Huang, J.; Li, M.; Oliveri, G.; Poli, L.; Polo, A.; Rocca, P.; Salas-Sanchez, A., A.; Salucci, M.; and Yang, S. IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, 62(2):50-61, 4, 2020.
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Innovative teaching methods that address paramount challenges in modern electromagnetic (EM) engineering education are presented. An entire ecosystem of novel and interconnected strategies and tools has been developed by the ELEDIA Research Center to build a long-term educational and training framework for future EM professionals. According to an ELEDIA “recipe,” students acquire higher self-confidence and admiration for the innovative applicative and technological aspects of Maxwell’s equations in everyday life. Moreover, they gradually grow engineering thought mechanisms/attitudes and high-level (HL) professional skills thanks to novel examination (exam) approaches and extracurricular experiences that bridge the gap between academics and industry. Quantitative metrics are reported to highlight the success of the proposed strategies, taking the students' feedback into account as well.
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 author = {Massa, A and Anselmi, N and Dall'Asta, L and Gottardi, G and Goudos, S K and Hannan, M A and Huang, J and Li, M and Oliveri, G and Poli, L and Polo, A and Rocca, P and Salas-Sanchez, A A and Salucci, M and Yang, S},
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