Bonnie H. Ferri
A leader in classroom innovation, the programs developed by Bonnie H. Ferri are transforming undergraduate engineering education for students at the Georgia Institute of Technology and around the world. Ferri is pioneering the use of mobile, hands-on laboratory equipment that allows electrical and computer engineering (ECE) students to perform exercises at home or in class instead of in traditional laboratories. This has also allowed lecture-based courses to now have a laboratory component. Ferri also has improved learning environments by incorporating the latest flipped/blended techniques into the ECE curriculum. In this format, prerecorded lectures are viewed outside of class to allow students to interactively work on problems in the classroom during what would normally be lecture time.
An IEEE Senior member, Ferri is a professor with the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA.