CRC Press publishes resources across the Higher Education and Professional spectrum, providing both academics and professional engineers in the industry with important ideas, scholarship, and strategies. Our authors and editors are committed to sharing their experience, research, and best practices for the global dissemination of knowledge.

We are pleased to present this ongoing series of video lectures from experts in engineering that advise and inform engineers on maximising their success in the field. With an international perspective from authors and editors around the world, we hope that our Experts on Engineering lecture series will inspire and engage the engineers of today and tomorrow.

Please click below to freely access a range of short videos.

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Experts on Engineering: Dos and Don’ts for Best Practices in International Teamwork

Adedeji Badiru, Professor of Systems Engineering at the Air Force Institute of Technology, showcases a succinct list of the “do’s and don’ts” for best practices in international teamwork, including mindfulness of existing systems and consideration of other perspectives.


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Experts in Engineering: How to Increase International Collaborations

Mary Anne White, Professor at Dalhousie University, demonstrates how working internationally can improve your own research and stretch your people skills too.


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Experts on Engineering: Four Simple Steps to Gain an International Perspective

Prasad S. Thenkabail, Research Geographer for the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), stresses the importance of studying at and working with international institutions to give yourself the best opportunity to become a global expert.