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Coding Zone Report – February 2016

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The Coding Zone was a themed zone funded by the Science Foundation Ireland Discover programme, and included engineers who use programming and coding in a variety of ways. Conor designs and builds robots that help elderly and disabled people to live independently, Jeffrey is Head of Development for the app parkbytext, Sarah works as Technical Lead for a travel website, Frederik teaches computers how to learn from their own experiences and Ilaria studies Biomedical engineering.

The zone was busy and engaged, with a large amount of questions asking for guidance on how to learn more about engineering and developing technical skills. The zone winner, Conor, was especially good in the ASK section giving many long and detailed answers. Jeffrey, who came in second place, was particularly active in the live chats and accounted for half of all the total chat by engineers.

Posted on April 13, 2016 modmichaela in 2016, Zone Reports | Comments Off on Coding Zone Report – February 2016

Metre Zone Report – November 2015

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The Metre Zone was a general engineering zone funded by the Science Foundation Discover programme. It featured engineers from a mix of different backgrounds, such as IT systems, biomedical engineering and civil engineering.  Questions in ASK and discussions in live chat were focused on the personal experiences of the engineers and questions about their current roles and projects, such as medical devices and sanitation.

The zone was the largest so far in I’m an Engineer Ireland, with students from 16 schools submitting nearly 650 questions. The final two engineers, Martin and Nicola, contributed 75% of the total answers and live chat content. Martin was particularly good in live chats, attending 11 of the 13 sessions

Posted on December 16, 2015 modantony in Zone Reports | Comments Off on Metre Zone Report – November 2015

Boole Zone Report – February 2015

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The Boole Zone coincided with Engineers Week in Ireland and it is the third I’m an Engineer zone to involve Irish schools and engineers. In total 377 students from 11 schools registered to take part, making this the largest I’m an Engineer zone in the country so far.

Overall, there was a high level of engagement from the engineers and the top four answered a similar amount of questions in ASK. Padraic, the zone winner, attended every available CHAT and typed the most lines on average during them (60). It was notable that every engineer attended CHATS after they were evicted.

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Posted on February 20, 2015 modantony in Zone Reports | Leave a comment

Energy Zone Report – November 2014

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The Energy Zone had a very high percentage of active students, up to 91% of the registered students chatted, asked a question, commented or voted in the site. Laura Tobin, the zone winner, attended to every live chat and was therefore responsible of more than half of the scientists’ lines of live chat. The number of answers to ASK questions, on the other hand, was well distributed among the five engineers who took part in this zone.

 

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Posted on December 10, 2014 modangela in Zone Reports | Leave a comment

Kelvin Zone Report – November 2014

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The Kelvin Zone was part of our first I’m an Engineer event in Ireland and it was the first General Engineering Zone we’ve ever done. An average of two questions per student were approved and sent to the engineers, and 91% of all students who registered were active on the site, in spite of being a quiet zone with only 116 registered students.  The five engineers taking part in the event engaged really well, even Lisa Phelan, who took part from California and was waking up early to meet the students in the live chats.

 

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Posted on December 10, 2014 modangela in Zone Reports | Leave a comment