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Publications and Honors

Matthew Green

Dr. Matthew Green


Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

 

 

Other Publications

  1. Nelson, J.N., E. Asuncion, M.G. Green, "Helping Stone-Age Tribes Fly: Empowering the Indigenous Church with Appropriate Flight Technology through a University-NGO Partnership", Contributed Talk, Baylor Conference on Bottom-up Approaches to Global Poverty: Appropriate Technology, Social Entrepreneurship, and the Church, Waco, TX, Oct. 2008.
  2. Green, M.G., R.V. Gonzalez, P.L. Leiffer, M. Plett, K.W. Van Truen, S. VanderLeest, C. Kohl, M. Tanyel, “Cultivating Engineering Scholarship: Practice and Plans at Faith-based Institutions,” Panel Session Chair, 2008 Christian Engineering Education Conference, Beaver Falls, PA.
  3. Norton, R., Noble, A.., Camperman, D. and Green, M.G., “Enabling Engineering Design in Frontier Contexts: a New Design Method with Humanitarian Applications,” Contributed Talk, 61st Annual American Scientific Affiliation Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, July 2006.
  4. Ajetunmobi, A., Green, M.G., Seepersad, C. C., Crawford, R. H., Wood, K.L., Ayers, S., “A New Design Method for Sustainable Frontier Design,” Contributed Talk, Engineers for a Sustainable World National Conference, Austin, TX, October 2005.
  5. Green, M.G., Gonzalez, R.V., Wood, K.L., “Engineering Research Applied to Third World Needs: Case Studies of Applied and Fundamental Work,” Contributed Talk, 60th Annual American Scientific Affiliation Conference, Grantham, PA, August 2005.

Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Green, M.G., D.J. Jensen, C. C. Seepersad, and K. L. Wood, Design for Frontier Contexts: Classroom Assessment of a New Design Methodology with Humanitarian Applications, International Journal of Engineering Education, Vol. 25, No. 5, pp. 1029-1045, 2009.

Refereed Proceedings Articles

  1. Green, M.G., C.C. Seepersad and K. Holtta-Otto, “Extreme Experience Interviews for Innovative Designs: Classroom Assessment of a New Needs-Gathering Method,” Proceedings of the 2010 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Louisville, KY. ME DIVISION BEST PAPER AWARD.
  2. Baumgartner, J., T.P. Hewitt, E. Licea, N. Willis, M.G. Green, “Systems Design of a Hydro-Kinetic Technology for Rural Areas of Developing Countries,” Proceedings of the 2010 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Louisville, KY.
  3. Green, M.G., "Can Design for the ‘Poor’ Result in Better Designs for Everyone?," Proceedings of the 2009 Christian Engineering Education Conference, Waco, TX.
  4. Green, M.G. and P.R. Leiffer, "Enhancing International Humanitarian Design Projects: a Contextual Needs Assessment Case Study of Remote Power for Faith-Based Organizations," Proceedings of the 2008 Christian Engineering Education Conference, Beaver Falls, PA.
  5. Norton, R., M.G. Green and P.R. Leiffer, "Need Definition for International Humanitarian Design Projects: a Contextual Needs Assessment Case Study for Remote Power," Proceedings of the 2008 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Pittsburg, PA.
  6. Green, M.G., P.R. Leiffer, T.E. Hellmuth, R.V. Gonzalez, and S. Ayers, "Effectively Implementing the Interdisciplinary Senior Design Experience: A Case Study and Conclusions," Proceedings of the 2007 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI, 2007.
  7. Green, M. G., J. S. Linsey, C. C. Seepersad and K. L. Wood, "Design for Frontier Environments: A Novel Methodology and Results of Classroom Integration," Proceedings of the 2006 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 2006.
  8. Green, M. G., J. S. Linsey, C. C. Seepersad and K. L. Wood, 2006, "Enabling Design in Frontier Contexts: A Contextual Needs Assessment Method with Humanitarian Applications," Proceedings of the 2006 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Philadelphia, PA,
  9. Green, M.G., Tan, J., Linsey, J.S., Seepersad, C.C., Wood, K.L., “Effects of Product Usage Context on Consumer Product Preferences,” ASME Design Theory and Methodology Conference, Long Beach, CA, 2005.
  10. Linsey, J.S., Green, M.G., Murphy, J., Wood, K.L., “`Collaborating to Success’: An Experimental Study of Group Idea Generation Techniques,” ASME Design Theory and Methodology Conference, Long Beach, CA, 2005.
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