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Daniel Moore

Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dr. Daniel Moore’s areas of expertise include engineering design, electronics, engineering educational methods, engineering ethics and international design projects. He is involved in undergraduate capstone design projects and international team-based projects, and is co-director of dual master’s degree program with the University of Applied Sciences in Ulm, Germany. Professionally, he is associate editor of the Advances in Engineering Education online, peer-reviewed journal, has been a program chair for the Frontiers in Education Conference the division chair for the American Society of Engineering Education’s Educational Research Materials meetings, and is an ABET program evaluator at national and international locations. Dr. Moore co-advises the Alpha Phi Omega service organization.

Teaching Interests

  • Engineering design
  • Electronics
  • Engineering educational methods
  • Engineering ethics
  • International design projects

Research Experiences

  • Developing an understanding of ethics, especially from an engineering perspective
  • Providing workshops and courses for introducing students/practitioners a systems approach to engineering design

Publications & Presentations

  • Simoni, M., Schindel, W. D., Mu, X., Moore, D. J. and Padgett, W., “Practicing and Assessing Formal Systems Competencies in ECE Senior Design,” American Society of Engineering Education Conference, Indianapolis, Ind., 2014
  • Moore, D. J., “Globalizing Engineering Design Education. Approaches, Opportunities, Outcomes, Observations,” (Invited Address) International Capstone Design Fair Conference on International Design Collaborations and Projects, Seoul, South Korea, 2010
  • Moore, D. J., Voltmer, D. R. and Walter, D. J., “Special Session – Have You Tried …?  The Sequel,” Frontiers in Education Conference, Milwaukee, Wis., 2007
  • Daniels, M., Carbone, A., Hauer, A. and Moore, D. J., Panel: Ill-Structured Problem Solving in Engineering Education, Frontiers in Education Conference, Milwaukee, Wis.,  2007
  • Moore, D. J., “Embedding Global Opportunities within Engineering and Technical Curriculums,” American Society of Engineering Education’s Global Engineering Colloquium on Engineering Education, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2006 

Academic Degrees

  • PhD, North Carolina State University, 1989
  • MS, North Carolina State University, 1976
  • BS, North Carolina State University, 1975