Acharya, Sushil Ph.D.

Acharya, Sushil Ph.D.

 

Professor of Software Engineering

Associate Provost, Research, Graduate Study, and International Programs

Recent Submissions

  • Acharya, Sushil; Burke, D. (Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 2009)
    A major challenge in engineering education is retaining student interest in the engineering discipline. Active student involvement in engineering projects is one way of retaining student interest. Such involvement can only ...
  • Acharya, Sushil (ASEE Annual Conference, 2008)
    The first page of text has been automatically extracted and included below in lieu of an abstract Introduction Many engineering courses are taught through lecture-only sessions and students garner experiences through ...
  • Tiryakioglu, Murat; Maxwell, Tara E.; Bird, Christopher P.; Dempsey, Bryan W.; Harbodin II, James A.; Laughner, Justin R.; Skelton, Timothy A.; Wood, Michael; Şirinterlikçi, Arif; Acharya, Sushil (  International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, 2009)
    Abstract - The implementation of a service learning project into a manufacturing engineering course at Robert Morris University is discussed within this paper. The project has entailed the analysis of the production ...
  • Acharya, Sushil; Findlay, Shaun; Burke, David; Brown, Mike (Technology Interface International Journal, 2009)
    The courses we teach and the pedagogy we use are crucial in retaining student interest in an engineering program. A noble approach to retaining student interest in software engineering through student initiated course-projects ...
  • Sirinterlikci, Arif; Acharya, Sushil (2010)
    Rube Goldberg development is commonly used in early engineering education, especially in first-year programs and introduction to engineering courses as well as secondary school engineering activities. Regardless of the ...
  • Acharya, Sushil; Sirinterlikci, Arif (Journal of Technology Studies;Summer2010, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p63, 2010)
    Engineering students need a head start on designing a component, a process, or a system early in their educational endeavors, and engineering design topics need to be introduced appropriately without negatively affecting ...
  • Acharya, S; Schilling, W. W (ASEE Annual Conference, 2012)
    Effective Active Learning Approaches to Teaching Software Verification Course based exercises that map theory to practice with active learning lead to increased understanding and knowledge retention. This is vital within ...
  • Acharya, Sushil (ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 2014)
    Software quality is a crucial issue in software engineering. As software has become ubiquitous, software products have become critical. This poses multitude of problems in the software industry, as there is generally a ...
  • Acharya, Sushil (International Journal of Engineering Research & Innovation, 2014)
    Touchscreen technology in society today is obvious. However, such technology is not usable for an important minority population, namely those with prostheses. Medical technology has advanced to the point where the missing ...
  • Acharya, Sushil (2012 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition - Software Engineering Constituent Committee, 2012-06)
    To what extent is “software engineering” really “engineering” as this term is commonly understood? A hallmark of the products of the traditional engineering disciplines is trustworthiness based on dependability. But ...
  • Acharya, Sushil (Journal of Education and Learning, 2014)
    Industrially significant metal manufacturing processes such as melting, casting, rolling, forging, machining, and forming are multi-stage, complex processes that are labor, time, and capital intensive. Academic research ...