CFP WEEF 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

World Engineering Education Forum 2017 (WEEF 2017)
13 – 16 Nov 2017, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
WEEF 2017 is held in conjunction with:
  • The 7th Regional Conference on Engineering Education & Research in Higher Education 2017 (RCEE & RHEd 2017)
  • The 1st International STEAM Education Conference (STEAMEC 2017),
  • The 4th Innovative Practices in Higher Education Expo 2017 (IPHEX 2017)
Conference Theme: The Era of Synergistic Collaboration
Highlights:
  • Plenary sessions by international experts
  • Special interactive sessions on important topics
  • Structured networking sessions and social events
  • Parallel paper presentations
  • Workshops by expert practitioners and industries
  • White paper to be put forth from the discussions and forums based on research and expert opinions at the end of WEEF 2017
All paper submissions will undergo double-blind peer review process.  All accepted papers that are presented during WEEF 2017 will be published in the WEEF 2017 Proceedings indexed in SCOPUS.  Papers will also be selected for publication in indexed journals.
Important Dates:
  • Submission of Extended abstract :     11 April 2017
  • Notification of abstract acceptance :   23 May 2017
  • Early bird registration deadline :          30 May 2017
  • Submission of full paper :                   18 July 2017
  • Notification of paper acceptance :       22 August 2017
  • Submission of camera ready paper :  26 September 2017
For the latest updates, please visit www.weef2017.org
To submit your extended abstract, please visit https://www.conftool.com/weef2017/
We would appreciate it if you can disseminate this announcement to those in your network.
Thanks!
Best regards,
WEEF 2017 committee

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