Mechanical-Electrical Engineering – Industrial Advisory Board

Date: Thursday November 26, 2015,19:00 Hrs
Place: College of Engineers of Peru, Auditorium.
Expositor: Antonio Moran, Ph.D.

The Mechanical-Electrical Engineering Program has an Industrial Advisory Board composed by practitioner mechanical-electrical engineers with recognized professional and academic experience. The Program Assessment Committee and the Industrial Advisory Board meet every year or as often as necessary, but have also continuous contact through informal meetings and electronic mail. The last two official meetings were held in years 2015 and 2016.

The Industrial Advisory Board provides to the Program recommendations and advice on:

• Program mission and vision statements.
• Pertinence, sufficiency and applicability of Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes.
• Market and workplace trends and opportunities.
• Future directions of the Program.
• Student performance feedback.
• Potential curriculum modifications.
• Program and university facilities and services.

The current Board consists of the following members:

  • Eng. Carlos Herrera
    Former Government Energy and Mining Minister
    National Dean of Peruvian Engineers Association
    (corresponding body to NCEES-USA)
  • Eng. Milton Megarejo
    Technical Supervisor
    OSINERGMIN
    Government institution for supervision of electricity and mining investment
  • Eng. Luis Moreno
    Mining and Industry Manager
    CESEL Engineering
    Engineering projects developer and consulting company (mining, electricity, transport, construction)
  • Dr. Jaime Luyo
    Executive Director
    Luyo Engineers
    Electricity markets consulting company
  • MSc. Ricardo Santillán Chumpitaz
    Former President of Mechanical-Electrical Engineering Chapter, Lima Regional Council Peruvian Engineers Association
    Electricity projects and markets consultant

Date: Friday November 22, 2016,19:00 Hrs
Place: College of Engineers of Peru, Auditorium.
Expositor: Antonio Moran, Ph.D.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

STUDENT OUTCOMES