An increasing number of higher education institutions move towards innovating teaching methods to enhance the student learning experience. Simulations in engineering education bring broad-spectrum benefits.
Helping young professionals find their own personal reasons for going the extra mile is one of the most powerful lifelong impacts a teacher can have on their students. No matter how demanding the university curriculum might be, with PSC students can train process simulations in their free time.
With PSC every student learns in detail about industrial processes, works with stable flowsheets and stays up to date with the technology when working on the PSC solutions. Introduce your class to the challenge today and watch how winners are made!
You don’t need to do it all yourself. We’re here to support you in explaining the core PSC concepts to your students. The PSC online classroom introduction will help your class to get started with the challenge and will save you time.
PSC as a Classroom Project
PSC task comes with a stable flowsheet, detailed process description, and step-by-step instructions for easy classroom integration. You can define your own way of working with PSC or choose one of the proposed options:
You can make your class unique and memorable by having one of our PSC task phases scheduled for your teaching semester. PSC phases are independent, sequential tasks that are an integral part of the yearly challenge. All you need to do is to let us know when you teach and when you’d like the phase to start. We’ll take care of everything.
Your students will distinguish themselves by participating in an interactive curriculum exercise with international exposure and the opportunity to collect certificates and awards.
Award of Credit
Fostering a friendly spirit of competition can motivate students to show off their knowledge. Offering rewards for their hard work will motivate them even further. Students participating in the PSC can be assessed on a pass basis only or can be awarded credits thanks to the PSC grading tool. The tool is visible and accessible by teachers only. Contact us for the access link and start using it to:
Jeffrey Mark Halpern, Assistant Professor at University of New Hampshire, USA
Sample document: UNH- PSC as a Class Graded Exercise.