The Center for the New Engineer
1993 - 1998
"Engineers connecting to human concerns."
Dedicated to educating the engineer for the 21st
- The Center for the New Engineer was founded by Peter Denning
and Daniel MenascÚ in 1993. It was dedicated to helping
engineers learn complex systems using Internet tools as
a technological support. It received a major contract from
DARPA and a grant from NSF to support its work. During
its first five years, the Center produced
- Library of tutorial modules on computer science and related topics
- A set of Java workbenches to demonstrate advanced concepts from computer systems
- Refresher modules on math and statistics
- A prototype of the Hyperlearning Meter system.
In 1998, the Center changed its name to Hyperlearning Center
to reflect its new focus on technologies that support
Last updated 09/21/99.