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Below is the “Call for Papers” for the third International Conference on Transformations in Engineering Education (ICTIEE 2016) to be held at COEP, Pune from Jan 8 to 12, 2016. Please visit the Conference website, http://www.ictiee.org/ for additional information about the Conference and its Program. Please keep in mind that the deadline is September 30, 2015.
CTIEE-Pune 2016 is aimed at providing a platform for the stakeholders of Engineering Education to share best practices of transformations in Engineering Education. Papers and posters are invited on the following themes which are based on the recommendations of “Engineering Education in India 2025:
- Governance and Leadership
- Industry Academy Partnerships
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Teaching and Learning Innovations
- Outcomes Based Education
- On-line Engineering Education
- Women in Engineering
- Student Voice in the Transformation Process
Paper Submission: Papers submitted will go through a review process and shall be accepted for Oral/Poster presentations. All papers accepted will be published in the Online Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET), the official Journal of IUCEE. JEET website:www.journaleet.org/index.php/jeet/index. Selected papers will be also published in the Print version of JEET. Link for Paper Submission: cmt.research.microsoft.com/ICTIEE2016/.
I will be participating in the conference! Come join us.
This New York Times (NYT) article (op-ed) confirms my thoughts on some of the factors that may make women consider engineering: if the content of the (discipline) work itself is made more societally meaningful, women will enroll in droves. The author describes several initiatives in universities in the US where this approach is working.
Whether my female engineering colleagues in some parts of the world like it or not it women are natural problem solvers and seem to be drawn to engineering projects that attempt to achieve societal good. And I am proud to be one of them!
A paper that discusses six Learning Factory application scenarios from industrial training over education to research. Amazing how our original Gordon award concept has evolved worldwide! Congratulations, Fogawis!
For those of you developing new or innovating engineering curricula, this McKinsey report is a worthwhile read.
- Big data
- Advanced analytics
- Human-machine interfaces
- Digital to physical transfers
With the theme Engineering Education for a Resilient Society, the organizers of WEEF 2015 to be held in Florence September 20-24, 2015 have opened its call for papers. Please visit www.weef2015.eu for details.
This The Economist article describes efforts by Chinese government and universities to recruit and retain top notched nationals and foreigners into their talent pool as well as develop incentives and infrastructure (like this building at Tsinghua University). For economic development simple and straightforward. Impressive how this country identifies key challenges and addresses them.
Together with a group of colleagues/experts, I in some way have been contributing to this transformation the last 4 years through workshops and seminars on engineering curriculum innovation at Tsinghua University with deans, rectors and faculty from over 100 colleges of engineering. For more information on what we do, please go to www.innovahied.com or drop me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)