Faculty Member Presents Sessions at International Conference

Jeffrey D. Mather

Jeffrey D. Mather

A Pennsylvania College of Technology faculty member recently presented two papers at the Autodesk University conference held in Las Vegas.Jeffrey D. Mather, assistant professor of drafting and computer aided design, presented “Working With Neutral Format Surface and Solid Models in Autodesk Inventor,” one of 11 Autodesk Inventor “PowerTrack” sessions that were offered during the conference. With more than 600 sessions at Autodesk University, the PowerTrack sessions helped give attendees a directed path of learning in an advanced topic.

Portions of Mather’s presentation were previewed in an article published in the September/October issue of AUGI World magazine, the official publication of Autodesk Users Group International.

Mather also presented a session titled “Functional Design Tools for Educators in Autodesk Inventor Professional.” This was a repeat of a presentation he did at Autodesk University 2007, augmented for 2008 with lab materials developed in cooperation with Penn College lab technician Michael J. McNaul, as used in physics labs at the college.

In addition to the two presentations, Mather served as a lab assistant at Autodesk University for a class titled “Using Autodesk Inventor Tooling: Mold Design,” using Autodesk plastic injection mold design software that is not yet available in North America.

Advertisement: Buy and Sell your STUFF at http://williamsportclassified.com

Also in attendance at Autodesk University was Craig A. Miller, CAD technology specialist in Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Penn College.

Autodesk University, which was held Dec. 2-5, is an annual conference that brings together more than 8,000 design professionals from around the world.

Mather is an Autodesk Inventor Certified Expert and a Certified SolidWorks Professional. He is a member of the American Design and Drafting Association. He holds a doctorate and a master’s degree from East Tennessee State University; he earned a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and an associate degree from John Tyler Community College, Virginia.

To learn more about drafting and CAD technology or other academic programs offered by the School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies at Penn College, visit http://www.pct.edu/schools/iet or call (570) 327-4520.

For more information about Penn College, visit http://www.pct.edu, e-mail admissions@pct.edu or call (800) 367-9222.

Advertisements
Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: