Presented by the ACEC Colorado Scholarship & Education Foundation
In partnership with Colorado Association of Black Professional Engineers and Scientists (CABPES), Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Denver Section, National Society of Black Engineers Denver Professionals (NSBE), and Transportation & Construction Girl
Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021 | 4-5 p.m. | Online | Complimentary Registration Required
Registration: Call 303.832.2200 or Send Email Parent/guardian permission required for participants under 18.
An interactive software experience that presents students with traffic congestion problems via a computer simulation. Chris Fasching, PE, a principal consulting engineer at Felsburg Holt & Ullevig, will lead participants through suggested measures that might correct the problem. Once decided, Mr. Fasching will help students enter their ideas into the simulation software so that they can then see how their ideas worked. The students will learn that there are unintended consequences to traffic engineering decisions, and the engineer will provide further dialogue about the costs and impacts of the proposed solutions—beyond just how they will function.
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