Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 20/Sep/2015
2:00pm - 7:00pmOnwards Registration
 
3:00pm - 6:00pmWS1: IGIP Workshop
Room 4 
 

Creating an Environment of Student-Centered Responsibility for Their Own Learning

Peter J. Shull

Penn State University, United States of America



Faculty often speak of students not taking responsibility: not reading assignments, missing homework, or not participating in lab assignments and still expect a good grade! Simply put, many students are not taking responsibility for their learning. But I don’t believe that the reason is because students don’t want to do so. My question is “So, what are we (faculty) going to do about it?” The common reply is “It’s their responsibility, they are in college!” However, doing nothing does not produce change.

This workshop is about providing faculty with proven tools that instill student responsibility for their own learning. We will focus on pragmatic and effective methods that create a clear understanding of what is meant by student responsibility for learning. It clarifies both effective and ineffective behaviors of both students and faculty, and how to instill these skills. Specific active and experiential lessons will be presented in a highly animated format.

 
3:00pm - 6:00pmWS2: IGIP Workshop
Room 5 
 

Outcomes (Competency) Based Education Planning

Lueny Morell

InnovaHiEd, Puerto Rico (U.S.)

Competencies are driving engineering education curricula worldwide. Yet planning and managing outcomes (competency) based education is not an easy task. This workshop will cover fundamental steps in the managing of outcomes (competency) based education. From defining competencies and learning outcomes and how they can be defined with stakeholders to ways on how to distributing them throughout the curriculum to understanding how these competencies can be developed in students and developing an assessment strategy to measure the level of attainment. The workshop provides a primer of the fundamental steps in developing an outcomes based education and is designed for engineering education leadership, faculty, industry and others interested in learning what it takes to develop a strategy for implementing or innovating the curricula based on outcomes (competency).
 
3:00pm - 6:00pmWS3: IGIP Workshop
Room 6 
 

Building Remote Labs for Online Scientific Experimentation

Alexander Mikroyannidis1, John Domingue1, Denis Gillet2, Daan Pareit3, Konstantinos Lampropoulos4

1The Open University, United Kingdom; 2École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland; 3iMinds, Belgium; 4University of Patras, Greece

Remote Labs and Online Experimentation offer a rich opportunity to learners by allowing them to control real equipment at distance in order to conduct scientific investigations. Remote Labs and Online Experimentation build on top of numerous emerging technologies for supporting remote experiments and promoting the immersion of the learner in virtual environments recreating the real experience.

In this workshop, we will present the methodologies and tools we have developed in the FORGE and Go-Lab projects for building remote labs. In particular, the scope of this workshop will be the following:

1. New online teaching and learning methods will be presented for supporting scientific experimentation via the production and use of interactive learning resources, such as eBooks.

2. Participants will have the opportunity to try a variety of interactive learning resources produced by the FORGE and Go-Lab projects, as well as different tools for producing such resources.
 
3:00pm - 6:00pmWS4: IGIP Workshop
Room 9 
 

Crafting complex problems for a typical engineering curriculum

Khairiyah Mohd-Yusof, Syed Ahmad Helmi

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

The current world-wide needs for engineers to solve complex problems resulted in complex problem solving to be heavily required for accreditation of engineering programs under the Washington Accord. Nevertheless, the question remains on how to actually develop the skills for solving complex problems among engineering students and how can these problems be crafted so that they are suitable and manageable for a typical engineering course. This workshop provides hands-on activities for crafting engineering problems. Participants will be introduced to the basics of crafting open ended problems systematically, with special emphasis on developing essential skills and knowledge for the workplace. Characteristics of good problems and how to ensure problems that enhance learning will be discussed. The facilitators will also illustrate approaches to include scaffolding of the skills for supporting students learning as part of the problem activity.
 
4:00pm - 5:00pmSPEED Interactive Session
Auditorium 
6:00pm - 7:30pmGET TOGETHER: Ice Breaking and Welcome Reception
Auditorium 
Date: Monday, 21/Sep/2015
8:00am - 5:00pmOnwards Registration
 
8:30am - 9:15amOpening Session Galileo Galilei
Session Chair: Claudio Borri, Università degli Studi di Firenze

- Welcome Address

Auditorium 
9:15am - 10:45amP1: GENERAL INSPIRATION SESSION
Session Chair: Claudio Borri, Università degli Studi di Firenze
Auditorium 
10:45am - 11:00amXimenes Break
 
11:00am - 11:45amP2a: Intergenerational Session

Chair: Laura Meucci (SPEED)

Auditorium 
11:45am - 12:15pmP2b: Keynote Session

REIMAGINING ENGINEERING FOR RESILIENT SOCIETIES

Seeram Ramakrishna (Director of Center for Nanofibers & Nanotechnology, National University of Singapore)

Auditorium 
12:15pm - 1:00pmP3: Dassault Systèmes Keynote Address
Session Chair: Xavier Fouger, Dassault Systèmes

A FUTURE RIGHT FIRST TIME WITH DIGITAL INNOVATION IN LEARNING

Speaker: Xavier Fouger

Abstract: A more resilient world calls for new generations of engineers better prepared to address the challenges of the decades to come. Digital innovation tools can bring the indispensable context into the classroom. Among powerful instruments conceptualized to convey the magnitude of issues to be addressed, the grand challenges for engineering defined by the US National Academy of Engineering are an efficient vector of motivational contextualization as well as socio-technical complexities to mobilize students into purposeful activities. When such challenges meet the power of digital representations, the learning experience takes new dimensions and produces the systemic thought process students need to cultivate for better careers in a better world. The presentation provides a lively tour of some shining examples from industry and academia across the planet and opens new perspective in educational practices.

Auditorium 
1:00pm - 2:00pmLeonardo Da Vinci Lunch Break/Poster Session
 
1:00pm - 2:00pmPoster Session

Poster Sessions will be organized on September 21,22 and 23 from 13:00 to 14:00 in the balcony at level 1. Posters should be placed on the boards from 9:30 on September 21 and removed by 19:00 on September 23.

Balcony (level 1) 
 

Dilemmas of Student Technical and Social Science Thinking

Pavel Andres, Dana Dobrovská

Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies, TU Prague, Czech Republic


Teaching math through blended learning

Olga Imas, Anna Sherstneva, Viktoriya Kaminskaya

Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation


TEACHER SPECIALISTS: „AUTHORITY“ IN RELATION TO SOCIAL COMPETENCE

Alena Vališová1, Jiri Subrt2, Pavel Andres1

1Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic; 2Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague


Innovation of the Occupational Health and Safety Study Programme

Ivana Turekova, Gabriel Banesz

Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovak Republic


The research of the engineering pedagogy

Roman Hrmo2, Daniel Kučerka1, Lucia Krištofiaková2, Mária Vargová3, Ján Kmec1, Soňa Rusnáková1, Emília Biznárová4

1ITB in České Budejovice, Czech Republic; 2Dubnica Technological Institute in Dubnica nad Váhom, s.r.o., Slovak Republic; 3Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovak Republic; 4Secondary vocational school of transport in Bratislava, Slovak Republic


Contribution to reducing of the effects of geographical separation between actors of virtual universities: Proposal of an IP-SMSC integrating value-added services solutions

Samuel Ouya1, Amadou Dahirou Gueye2, Kalidou Sy3, Mary Teuw Niane1, Claude Lishou3

1Senegal Virtual University, Senegal; 2University Alioune Diop of Bambey, Senegal; 3University Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal


Implementation of the model of environmental engineers’ professional competence formation

Alisher I. Irismetov, Vasiliy G. Ivanov, Indira I. Irismetova

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


New Components of Educational Path for a Modern Engineer

Vasiliy Ivanov, Svetlana V. Barabanova, Nuriya Miftakhova, Olga Lefterova

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Final project of graduate engineers as realization of principle of combinatory when teaching English in distant form

Elena Semushina, Julia Ziyatdinova

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Advanced training in French with practical application in professional and scientific activities at KNRTU

Natalia Kraysman, Julia Ziyatdinova, Elvira Valeeva

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


chair CEAPI

Liza Carolina Castellanos Torres1, Diego Fernando Acero Mendoza2

1Universidad Santo Tomas, Colombia; 2Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia


Engineering Design Thinking: High School Students’ Performance and Knowledge

Kurt Henry Becker1, Nathan Mentzer2

1Utah State University, United States of America; 2Purdue University, United States of America


Implementation of Mentoring System in College For Smooth Transition to Work

Juhyun Jeon1, Jaeeung Lee2

1CHUNG ANG UNIV, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2CHUNG ANG UNIV, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)


Implementing a Remote Experience for Engineering Education

Yassine Khazri1, Mohammed Moussetad1, Ahmed Fahli2

1Hassan II University Casablanca, Morocco; 2Hassan I University Settat, Morocco


Interactive Learning Methods: Leveraging Personalized Learning and Augmented Reality

TeAirra Monique Brown, Dr. Joesph Gabbard

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States of America


Investigation of Pathways to Successful Employment Through a Graduate Survey

Myongsook Susan Oh1, Wonjung Kim2

1Hongik University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)


Peer Led Learning in STEM disciplines

Alice Cherestes

Mcgill university, Canada


Tablet PCs and Slate Devices Can Improve Active Learning Classroom Experiences

Joseph G. Tront, Jane C. Prey

Virginia Tech, United States of America


Teaching to Foster Critical & Creative TH!NKing at North Carolina State University

Anita Raquel Vila-Parrish, Susan Carson, Deborah Moore, Maxine Atkinson, Anne Auten, Sara Queen

North Carolina State University, United States of America


Understanding adaptive capacity to extreme events and climate change in urban areas

Valentina Chiarello1, Enrica Caporali1, Alessandra Petrucci2, Maria Cristina Rulli3

1Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Firenze, Italy; 2Statistics, Computer Science, Applications "G. Parenti", University of Firenze; 3Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Politecnico di Milano


Using high brightness LED to design the practical teaching aid and demonstrating the mixture of colored light

ShihWei Ko1, Hwa-Ming Nieh2

1National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, Republic of China; 2Minghsin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Republic of China


“History and geography of water”: an online interdisciplinary course on water value

Tommaso Pacetti, Enrica Caporali, Giorgio Federici

University of Florence, Italy


Poster: Implementing a context-awareness ubiquitous learning environment - a case study of 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan

Chia-Chen Chen1, Mu-Yen Chen2, Chien-Yi Chen1

1National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, Republic of China; 2National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Republic of China

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm1A: BEST Panel: How to involve students in the Engineering Education
Auditorium 
2:00pm - 3:30pm1B: IACEE PANEL - "Innovation and Industry; How Education Fuels Resilience"
Session Chair: Paul Andrew Marca, Stanford University

Panelists:

Ed Borbely, Director, University of Michigan

Raouti Chehih, CEO, Euratechnologies

David Butler, VP, HR Thales

Yvonne Leigl, HR Manager, Tenaris

Summary: There has been much talk about how education, particularly engineering education, is a benefit to industry employees and companies alike. The focus for some time has been on retention. However in today's fast moving and global market, industry is increasingly interested in innovation education to create, sustain and grow business.  This panel will share insights from collaborations focused on innovative education between companies and universities as each seeks to support lifelong learning and the bottom line.

Verde 
2:00pm - 3:30pm1D: IGIP Session: Peer Assessment and Blended Learning
Session Chair: Despina Garyfallidou, University of Patras
Room 4 
 

An Interactive E-book Application in Musical Production of University Theatre Department

Chin-Li Liu1, Yen-Ting Chang2

1National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan; 2National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan


Experiences from field research on technology education at ISCED level 2

Alena Hašková, Silvia Dvorjaková

Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovak Republic


Blended learning in Software Engineering Education: the Application Lifecycle Management Experience with Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

Alexey A. Neznanov, Olga V. Maksimenkova

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation


Peer Assessment Based Assignment to Enhance Interactions in Online Learning Groups

Godfrey Mayende1,2, Ghislain Maurice N. Isabwe1, Paul B. Muyinda2, Andreas Prinz1

1University of Agder, Norway; 2Department of Open and Distance Learning, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda


Student Questionnaire – can we trust it?

Veronika Dropčová, Zuzana Kubincová

Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm1E: IGIP Session: Project-based Learning
Session Chair: Dan Budny, University of Pittsburgh
Room 5 
 

Augmenting Mathematics Courses by Project-Based Learning

Martin Frank, Maren Hattebuhr, Christina Roeckerath

RWTH Aachen, Germany


University as a Center of Project-Based Learning of School Students

Alla Kaybiyaynen, Darya-Anna Kaybiyaynen

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


The Blended Learning Study On Corporate training Project Planning

Zuohui JIA

Sinopec Management Institute, China, People's Republic of


Design of a project based active cooperative course to develop and assess safety and security cultures in undergraduate nuclear engineering programs

Ali M. Al-Bahi, Abdelfattah Y. A. Soliman

King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia


Assessment of Interaction in Multinational Projects: A Comparison Based on Geographical Location

Ivan Enrique Esparragoza1, Jaime Nuñez2, Sheila Lascano2, Jared Ocampo3, Roberto Vigano4, Jorge Duque5

1The Pennsylvania State University, United States of America; 2Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile; 3Universidad Tecnologica Centroamericana, Honduras; 4Politecnico Di Milano, Italy; 5Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, Ecuador

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm1F: IGIP Session: Academic-industry partnerships
Session Chair: Monika Grasser, EUREGIO HTBLVA FERLACH
Room 6 
 

A Final Touch for the Environmental Engineering Students at the Onset of their Profession: the Senior-Year Graduation Design Project – Case Study for 2014-2015: “Feasibility Study for and Design of a Biological Wastewater Treatment Plant for Duzce Province- Marmara Region, Turkey – ARITIYOR Co.”

Ebru Dulekgurgen1, Ozlem Karahan Ozgun1, Gulten Yuksek1, M. Emin Pasaoglu1, Cem Unalan2, O. Bugra Bicer1, Zuhal Cetinkaya1, Isa Isik1, B. Ecem Oner1

1Istanbul Technical University, Turkey; 2Free-lance environmental engineer


Need of Entrepreneurial Engineers in Present Scenario

Putta Akhil Kumar, Dodda Manish Gandhi

SR Engineering College, India


The Application of Virtual Reality Technologies in Engineering Education for the Automotive Industry

Irina Makarova, Rifat Khabibullin, Eduard Belyaev, Angelina Bogateeva

Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation


The implementation of the elements of computer aided design with emphasis on link between theory and practice

Martin Podařil1, Andrej Kubala2

1Institute of Technology and Business, Czech Republic; 2Institute of Technology and Business, Czech Republic


Reshaped partneship and good practise in engineering education

Gabriella Bognar

University of Miskolc, Hungary


Building professional competencies of transport engineers in the framework of project cooperation with employer companies

Irina Solskaia, Andrei Khomenko

Irkutsk State Transport University, Russian Federation

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm1G: IGIP Session: Cultural diversity in education
Session Chair: Renetta Garrison Tull, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Room 9 
 

Development of cross-cultural and communicative competence of engineering students as one of the key factors of academic and labor mobility

Inna M. Gorodetskaya, Farida T. Shageeva, Vasil Yu. Khramov

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Competency-build approach to the unitizing of vocational schools

Kateryna Ryabchykova

Ukrainian Engineering and pedagogical academy of Ukraine, Ukraine


Attractive Engineering Research Program for International Exchange Students

Keizo Miyahara, Toshihiro Tanaka

Osaka university, Japan


Cross Cultural Diversity between Western Cultures and Its Impact on Educating Global Engineers

Phillip Albert Sanger1, Julia Ziyatdinova2, Elena Mishchenko3, Phuc Nguyen1

1Purdue University, United States of America; 2Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation; 3Tambov State Technical University, Tambov, Russian Federation


Disrupting Engineering Education to Better Address Societal Needs

Lueny Morell

InnovaHiEd, Puerto Rico (U.S.)

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm1H: IGIP Session: Vocational education and learning engagement
Session Chair: Maria Clara Viegas, ISEP-IPP
101 
 

Expectations of the Generation NeXt in Higher Eduction - Learning Engagement Approaches in Information Science Subjects

Christian Guetl1, Nau Zaung2, Christopher Cheong3, Vanessa Chang2, Johanna Pirker1, France Cheong3

1Graz University of Technology, Austria; 2Curtin University, Australia; 3RMIT, Australia


NETWORKING IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION: CASE STUDY OF RUSSIA AND VIETNAM

Darya-Anna Kaybiyaynen, Anna Sukhristina, Julia Ziyatdinova

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Self-regulated learning and learning style – A longitudinal research in the area of vocational education

Peter Toth

Obuda University, Hungary


Business Intelligence in e-learning

Julija Lapuh Bele1,2, Darko Bele1,2, Rok Pirnat1, Vedran Anžin Lončarić1

1B2 d.o.o., Slovenia; 2Ljubljana School of Business, Slovenia


Engineering and Business: a Mixed Experiential Learning Approach

Ramiro Jordan

UNM-ISTEC-GINET, United States of America

 
2:00pm - 2:45pm1C-a: Special Session on Earth Resilience
Session Chair: Ting Lin, Marquette University
Onice 
2:00pm - 3:00pm1I-a: Education in Engineering in Latin America
Session Chair: Claudio Borri, Università degli Studi di Firenze
Session Chair: Uriel Cukierman, UTN

Abstract: With more than 500 engineering schools in the region, our discipline encompasses a very vivid and vibrant community with its own particularities and challenges. Varying cultures and languages present distinctive characteristics in a multitude of ways; nevertheless, awareness of global issues and interest in being part of the international community is not hindered. This is particularly true in an organization like IFEES, where several national and international EE societies play a very significant role. During this session, several issues will be covered, including accreditation, mobility, inclusion, and government involvement.

Panelists representing different LA organizations will describe some regional challenges and achievements and will allow attendees to actively participate with questions and discussion.

LIM 
2:45pm - 3:30pm1C-b: IGIP Special Session LAA-STEM
Session Chair: Anastasios A. Economides, University of Macedonia
Onice 
 

A temporal estimation of students’ on-task mental effort and its effect on students’ performance during computer based testing

Zacharoula Papamitsiou, Anastasios A. Economides

University of Macedonia, Greece


A STEM MOOC for School Children – What Does Learning Analytics Tell us?

Mohammad Khalil, Martin Ebner

Graz University of Technology, Austria


Two fold evaluation of academic open courses in STEM education - The case of TEI EMT

Ioannis Kazanidis, Chris Lytridis, Avgoustos Tsinakos

Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technology, Greece

 
3:00pm - 3:30pm1I-b: ACOFI 40 year celebration

Abstract: The Colombian Association of Engineering Schools (ACOFI) will share some reflections from its country as a contribution to Engineering Education in Latin America based on the experiences the Association has developed, working in local, national, regional and global events for 40 years.

LIM 
3:30pm - 4:00pmCaterina de' Medici Break
 
4:00pm - 5:30pm2C: IGIP Session: Professional and continuing education
Session Chair: Christian Guetl, Graz University of Technology
Onice 
 

Science Towns in Russia: Challenges for Legal Regulation and Importance for Engineering Education

Lyudmila Bukalerova1, Rozalina Shagieva2, Svetlana V. Barabanova3

1Peoples'Frienship University of Russia; 2Russian Customs Academy; 3Kazan National Research Technological University


Continuous professional education as an instrument for development of industry employees’ innovational competences within regional territorial-production cluster.

Alina Ilyasova, Mansur Galikhanov, Inna Gorodetskaya, Farida Shageeva, Vasiliy Ivanov

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Roles and Effects of Human Network of Supporting Experts out of Niigata University to Practical Engineering Education

Tetsuo Oka1, Kazuhisa Abe1, Takeshi Yamauchi1, Takatsune Narumi1, Nozomu Ishii1, Shin-ya Nishimura1, Masakazu Sengoku1,2, Takashi Sato1, Yuji Tanabe1

1Niigata University, Japan; 2Graduate Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies


Multifunctional centres of applied qualifications: essential characteristics and definitions

Gasangusein Ibragimov1, Elena Ibragimova2

1Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation; 2Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Russian Federation


Global trends in higher education and thier impact on engineering training in Russia

Roman V. Kupriyanov, Inna M. Gorodetskaya

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm2D: IGIP Session: Innovation and Curriculum Development
Session Chair: Christina Kay White, SMART
Room 4 
 

Capacity Building for Engineering Education

Erik DeGraaff, Jennifer Deboer

Aalborg University, Denmark


Preparing bachelors for creative professional activity in the course of training in an engineering university

Darya Denchuk, Mikhail Minin, Gleb Benson, Viktoriya Sadchenko

Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation


A Benchmark for Curricula in Engineering Education: The Leornardic Oath

Ralph Dreher

University of Siegen, Germany


Curriculum design and development of master's educational programs in IT area (through the example of international development of master programs “Applied computing” and “Product life cycle technological process efficiency” of TEMPUS SUCCESS and ACES projects)

Daria Starodubtseva1, Oxana Zamyatina1,2,3, Yulia Goncharuk2

1Tomsk State University, Russian Federation; 2Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation; 3Tomsk Regional Teachers Professional Re-training Institute


17 year evolution of the students’ perspective on innovative teaching, curricular development and e-learning in Europe

Andreea Ioana Militaru, Marta Cortesao, Monika Tolgo, George Kladis, Cristian Garcia Alonso

Board of European Students of Techology, Belgium


Results and Problems of the Bologna Process in the Russian Education

Nailya Shaukatovna Valeeva, Roman V. Kupriyanov, Elvira Rinatovna Valeeva

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation, Russian Federation

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm2E: IGIP Session: Learning outcomes assessment
Session Chair: Agnes Toth, Trefort Agoston Centre for Engineering Education
Room 5 
 

Assessment of the CDIO Syllabus learning outcomes: from theory to practice

Anastasia A. Kriushova, Elena A. Muratova, Mihail G. Minin

Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation


The siLang window to interaction - A game-based case study with Vocational High School learners

Marianthi Batsila1, Charilaos Tsihouridis2

1The Open University of UK; 2University of Thessaly, Greece


Informatics as a part of study programmes in economy and management

Ján Záhorec1, Alena Hašková2, Michal Munk3

1Allocated office of Methodology and Pedagogy Office in Nitra, Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Faculty of Economics and Management; 2Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Faculty of Education, Slovak Republic; 3Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Faculty of Naturfal Sciences, Slovak Republic


Achieving focused Program Outcomes through Center of Excellence (COE) Approach

Muthuvel Somasundaram1, Sheerin Banu2, Naresh Sammeta3, Sivagnana Prabhu1, Kesavan Chandrasekaran1

1RMK Engineering College, India; 2RMD Engineering College, India; 3RMK College of Engineering and Technology


How Self-Concept and Self-Efficacy Relate to Achievement Outcomes:New Technology-Based learning Models for Science and Technology Universities Students

Sy-Yi Tzeng2, Hwa-Ming Nieh1

1Minghsin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Republic of China; 2National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, Republic of China

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm2F: IGIP Session: Digital education
Session Chair: Maryam Tayefeh Mahmoudi, ICT Research Institute
Room 6 
 

Assessing the Role of AR-Based Content in Improving Learning Performance Considering Felder-Silverman Learning Style

Maryam Tayefeh Mahmoudi1, Kambiz Badie2, Mojtaba Valipour3

1Multimedia Group, IT Research Faculty, ICT Research Institute, Iran, Islamic Republic of; 2Knowledge Management & e-Organization Group, IT Research Faculty, ICT Research Institute, Iran; 3Jundi Shapur University of Technology, Dezful, Iran


Creative Learning Formats in order to integrate Social Media and Mobile Devices into Classroom Teaching

Herwig Erich Rehatschek

Medical University of Graz, Austria


IPTV and Cultural Probes: A qualitative explorative study for the development of an interface for learning

Marcos Jolbert Cáceres Azambuja1, José Aquiles Baesso Grimoni2, Denise Dantas3

1Polytechnic School - University of São Paulo - POLI-USP, Brazil; 2Department of Energy Engineering and Automation Electrical - POLI-USP, Brazil; 3Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism - FAU-USP, Brazil


Digital Citizen in a Resilient Society

Nuria Llobregat-Gómez, Luis Manuel Sánchez Ruiz

Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain


Engaging Games with Computer Science Underlying Concepts

Martin Cápay

Constantine the Philosopher University, Slovak Republic

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm2G: IGIP Session: New learning models and applications
Session Chair: Alice Cherestes, Mcgill university
Room 9 
 

Identifying Knowledge-building Phases in Computer-supported Collaborative Learning

Tamer Said1, Ashraf Badawi1, Doaa Shawky1,2

1Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt; 2Cairo University, Egypt


Strategies to Enhance Learner’s Motivation in E-learning Environment

M. Samir Abou El-Seoud1, Mahmoud El-Khouly2, Islam Taj-Eddin3

1The British University in Egypt (BUE), Egypt; 2Faculty of Computers & Information, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt; 3Scientific Researcher and Computer Science Specialist, Egypt


Learning by TKF to promote computational participation in Japanese education

Michael Vallance, Yuta Goto

Future University Hakodate, Japan


Understanding Methodological Solution In Design Situation Of Novice Designer

Rusmadiah Anwar

Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia


Remote PID Control of Tank Level System

Ikhlef Ameur

Mentouri University Constantine, Algeria

 
4:00pm - 7:00pm2A: BEST Open Space Technology: Engineering Education for a Resilient Society
Auditorium 
4:00pm - 7:00pm2H: Workshop
Session Chair: Alexis François, ISMEP-SUPMECA
101 
 

Workshop proposed by EPICES : Challenges of project-based learning in engineering education

Antoine lanthony1, Alexis François1, Ilmars Viksne2, Katrina Nordstrom3, Wim Van Petegem4, Jeroen Buijs4

1ISMEP-SUPMECA, France; 2Riga Technical University, Latvia; 3Aalto University, Finland; 4Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

 
4:00pm - 7:00pm2I: SPEED Bootcamp session
LIM 
4:00pm - 5:00pm2B: IACEE PANEL - "Attractiveness of Continuing Engineering Education in Partnership with Industry: Challenges and Opportunities for Universities"
Session Chair: Linda Krute, North Carolina State University
Session Chair: Patricio Montesinos, Universidad Politecnica de VALENCIA, SPAIN

Panelists and Presentations:

Motivational factors for why industry wants to contract with continuing engineering education programs and why universities want to develop special programs with industry

Patricio Montesinos, Head of Centro Formacion Permanete at the Valencia University of Technology

Analysis of the critical success and failure factors for lifelong learning programs

Soma Chakrabarti, Director of Professional and Continuing Studies at the University of Delaware

 Guidelines for the development of academic partnerships with industry

Kim Scalzo, IACEE President and Director of SUNY Center for Professional Development

 

Summary: The ingredients for successful strategic partnerships between industry and academia often vary based upon the mission, goals and motivation of the organizations involved.  While many partnerships are related to research initiatives, universities in Europe and in the US have partnered with industry to develop continuing engineering education programs for their employees.  In this session panelists will explore the different success and failure factors related to academic/industry partnerships as well as the challenges and opportunities.  Is there one recipe, or even some guidelines, that will guarantee success for these special partnerships?

Verde 
 

Industry and University Partnerships in Continuing Engineering Education: Opportunities and Challenges

Linda D. Krute1,3, Patricio Montesinos2,3, Paul Marca4,3, Soma Chakrabarti5,3, Kim Scalzo6,3, Nelson Baker7,3

1North Carolina State University, United States of America; 2Valencia University of Technology, Spain; 3International Association of Continuing Engineering Education; 4Stanford University; 5University of Delaware; 6State University of New York; 7Georgia Institute of Technology

There are many opportunities and challenges for universities and organizations in the development of continuing engineering education programs. Engineering professional development is not something circumstantial or exceptional. It is a MUST for every university Dean to provide lifelong learning opportunities for alumni and professional engineers and for the education/training manager in the maintenance of a competent workforce within the organization. Successful academic-industry partnerships are also based upon critical success factors which for some may also be considered critical failure factors. This panel discussion will focus on the challenges facing both industry and academia in developing and maintaining successful continuing education programs and will highlight opportunities many universities in the United States and Spain have found to be rewarding in the delivery of professional development programs. Audience participation will be highly encouraged.

 
5:00pm - 7:00pm3B: IACEE Panel - New Trends in Engineering Education
Session Chair: Nelson Carlton Baker, Georgia Tech

Panelists:

INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES

Anthony Morris, CPDlive, Australia

EU INDUSTRY UNIVERSITY PERSPECTIVES

Alfredo Soeiro, University of Porto

US INDUSTRY/UNIVERSITY PERSPECTIVES

Paul Marca, Stanford University

 Summary: The world is changing very quickly and the four year time frame devoted to educating an engineer is becoming more challenged with providing both the depth and diversity of topics required for globally competent engineers. As advances in engineering are quickly occurring, the knowledge obtained in universities is rapidly needing to be updated and augmented.  Thus, an engineering education for the future, will likely need to begin with activities prior to college admission and will certainly need to extend along one’s career path. Thus, the thinking of engineering education needs to be expanded well beyond an undergraduate and graduate degree. This session will explore the ramifications of such changes, the implications for curricular reform and the extension of learning through one’s career.

Verde 
5:30pm - 7:00pm3C: IGIP Session: Diversity programs and initiatives
Session Chair: Tetsuo Oka, Niigata University
Onice 
 

From the Fundamentals to the Praxis: Constructing a Different Engineering Education to Make Our World a Less Risky Place

Cristiano Cordeiro Cruz

Universidade de Sao Paulo, Simon Fraser University


Student’s moral development in the engineering university environment

Ekaterina N. Tarasova, Inna M. Gorodetskaya

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Global Diversity in Engineering Education – An exploratory analysis

David Antoine Delaine1, Renetta Tull2, Darryl Williams3, Rovani Sigamoney4

1Universidade de São Paulo; 2University of Baltimore Maryland County; 3Tufts University; 4UNESCO Engineering Initiative


Information and Civil Society: Problem Statement

Ludmila Grudtsyna1, Rosalina Shagiyeva2, Nataliia Nikonova3

1Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; 2Russian Customs Academy; 3Kazan National Reseach Technological University, Russian Federation


Modular approach to teaching ESP in engineering programs in Russia

Svetlana V. Rybushkina, Tatiana V. Sidorenko

Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm3D: IGIP Session: New learning models and applications
Session Chair: Kateryna Ryabchykova, Ukrainian Engineering and pedagogical academy of Ukraine
Room 4 
 

A successful approach to study skills: the 'Pupils´ Academy' with Go4C

Matthias Utesch1,2

1Technische Universität München, Germany; 2Staatliche Fachober- und Berufsoberschule Technik München


Development of Freshman Engineering Discovery Courses Integrated with Entrepreneurially Minded Learning

Hyunjae Park, Kyuil Kim

Marquette University, United States of America


Paper Mechatronics: a Material and Intellectual Shift in Educational Technology

Michael Eisenberg, HyunJoo Oh, Sherry Hsi, Mark Gross

University of Colorado, United States of America


Fostering Creativity in Technological University: Conception of Creative Metasystemic Integrative Methodology

Lev Vadimovich Redin1, Vasily Grigorievich Ivanov2

1Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation; 2Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Merging Engineering and Art – What are the Real Lessons?

Charles Pezeshki, Jacob Leachman, Sena Clara Creston

Washington State University, United States of America

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm3E: IGIP Session: Collaborative and lifelong learning
Session Chair: Alena Hašková, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra
Room 5 
 

How to support technology education: what does the practice in Slovakia show

Alena Hašková, Gabriel Bánesz

Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovak Republic


Collaborative learning techniques for developing communicative competences in large classes of engineering university students

Pavel M. Kasyanik, Elena B. Gulk, Konstantin P. Zakharov

Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russian Federation


Lifelong learning in the professional practice

Jana Depesova, Ivana Turekova, Gabriel Banesz

Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovak Republic


Computer Supported Collaborative Learning: A Business Simulation using Social Media

Siyoung Chung1, Hichang Cho2

1Singapore Management University, Singapore; 2National University of Singapore


Exploring Visual Literacy as a Global Competency: An International Study of the Teaching and Learning of Communication

Christina Kay White1, Lori Breslow2, Hastings Daniel1

1SMART, Singapore; 2MIT

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm3F: IGIP Session: Quality Assurance approaches in education
Session Chair: Ralph Dreher, University of Siegen
Room 6 
 

The Practice of CSCL in Engineering Education within the Research on TEL

Stefan Svetsky, Oliver Moravcik

Slovak University of Technology (MTF), Slovak Republic


Improving the quality of engineering education by controlling the incoming contingent

Alexander Solovyev, Vyacheslav Prikhodko, Larisa Petrova, Ekaterina Makarenko

MADI, Russian Federation


Strengthening Engineering Education in Brazil

Leonardo da Rosa Fernandes, Roberto Leal Lobo e Silva Filho

Brazilian National Industry Confederation, Brazil


Competences that facilitate the achievement of the objectives of an introductory programming course

Ana Victoria Prados, Luis Roberto Rivera, Gerardo Sarria

Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali, Colombia


Integration of the Study Programmes’ Quality Assurance to the Internal Quality Management System in Russian Universities

Larisa Petrova, Vyatcheslav Prikhodko, Alexander Solovyev

MADI, Russian Federation

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm3G: IGIP Session: Pre-university education
Session Chair: Manuel Castro, UNED
Room 9 
 

“Who says I can’t make my story come true?” - A K-12 digital story based instructive scenario

Marianthi Batsila1, Charilaos Tsihouridis2

1The Open University of UK, U.K.; 2The University of Thessaly, Greece


Energy transformation in everyday devices taught to primary school children, using web-based software

Despina Garyfallidou, George Ioannidis

University of Patras, Greece


Effectiveness of Jigsaw Based Cooperative Report Writing in Vocational High School

Chia-Hung Lai, Shu-Hsien Huang, Ming-Chi Liu, Yueh-Min Huang

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, Republic of China


The effect of teaching electric circuits switching from real to virtual lab or vice versa – A case study with junior high-school learners

Denis Vavougios1, Charilaos Tsihouridis1, George Ioannidis Ioannidis2, Aristeidis Alexias1, Christos Argyropoulos1, Sokratis Poulios1

1University of Thessaly, Greece; 2University of Patras, Greece


Psychological aspects of engineers’ training in a technical higher educational institution

Olena Kovalenko, Denys Kovalenko

Ukrainian Engineering Pedagogics Academy, Ukraine

 
Date: Tuesday, 22/Sep/2015
8:00am - 5:00pmOnwards Registration
 
8:30am - 9:00amQUANSER
Auditorium 
9:00am - 10:45amP4: Keynote Session "Dante Alighieri"
Session Chair: Michael E. Auer, FH Kärnten
Auditorium 
 

Engineering Education for Industry 4.0

Sabina Jeschke

RWTH Aachen, Germany

Based on the technological concept of cyber-physical systems and the internet of things, the vision of “industry 4.0” is characterized by highly individualized and at the same time cross-linked production processes. Among other aspects it entails the vision of the smart factory, allows cars to drive without a driver and provides the infrastructure for collaboration in the “global village”. In consideration of future employment domains, engineering students have to be prepared to meet the demands of society 4.0 and industry 4.0 – resulting from the characteristics of the fourth industrial revolution. The talk will discuss three hypotheses, which underline implications for engineering education:
- “Informatics is the new latin”: Smart factories require engineers who “speak code”!
- “Startups are the new motor for the economy”: Innovation comes from fresh minds!
- “Transparency is the new green": Learning Analytics will change the ways we teach!

In the context of the development from purely document based management systems to complex virtual learning environments (VLEs), a shift towards more interactive and collaborative components within higher educational e-learning is absolutely necessary. As a result, engineering education is faced with a large potential field of research, which ranges from the technical development and didactical conception of new VLEs to new forms of human-machine-interaction – who wouldn’t want to work hand in hand with a robot?


Using Storytelling Techniques in Professional Education and Training

David Guralnick

Kaleidoscope Learning, United States of America

Successful professional education and training experiences reach beyond the simple delivery of information, creating an environment in which learners can gain a deep understanding of concepts and how to apply them in practice. Storytelling can be a valuable technique, by grabbing learners' attention and providing them with realistic situations and examples, so that their learning can transfer to their real-life experiences.

In this session, I will explore successful uses of stories in online professional education and training courses. I will consider the use of stories in areas outside of education and training, discuss ways in which stories can be useful in educational contexts, and show brief examples. Finally, I will discuss how storytelling techniques can apply to education and training in a variety of subject areas.

 
10:45am - 11:00amBoccaccio Break
 
11:00am - 12:30pmP5: EUCEET Session
Session Chair: Diego Carlo Lo Presti, University of Pisa
Auditorium 
12:30pm - 1:00pmMathworks
Auditorium 
1:00pm - 2:00pmMasaccio Lunch Break/Poster Session
 
2:00pm - 3:30pm4A: IFEES General Assembly
Session Chair: Uriel Cukierman, UTN
Auditorium 
2:00pm - 3:30pm4B: EUCEET Association conference
Verde 
 

Civil engineering education programs - state-of-the-art in Poland

Piotr Berkowski1, Marta Kosior-Kazberuk2

1Wrocław University of Technology, Poland; 2Bialystok University of Technology, Poland

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm4C: ROSE Project Special Session
Onice 
2:00pm - 3:30pm4D: IACEE Membership Meeting
Session Chair: Linda Krute, North Carolina State University
Room 4 
2:00pm - 3:30pm4E: IGIP Session: MOOCs and digital education
Session Chair: John Sandler, Telstra
Room 5 
 

Corporate MOOCs

Ingrid Urman

Tenaris, Argentine Republic


What users want: functional user experience

John Sandler

Telstra, Australia


The Evolution of E-Learning Platforms from Content to Activity Based Learning. The Case of Learn@WU

Monika Andergassen, Günter Ernst, Victor Guerra, Felix Mödritscher, Markus Moser, Gustaf Neumann, Thomas Renner

WU, Austria


Promoting collaborative interactions in a learning management system

Aleksandra Lazareva

University of Agder, Norway


Collaborative Learning and Virtual Laboratories.A New Teaching and Learning Model in the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO’s 3D Island of Knowledge

Maria Amata Garito

International Telematic University UNINETTUNO, Italy

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm4F: IGIP Session: Knowledge Management and Project Based Learning
Session Chair: Jose Antonio Pow-Sang, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Room 6 
 

Project Based Learning for Urban Design Education: Resilient Cities Under Rapid Urban Change, the case of Doha, Qatar

Yasser Mahgoub

Qatar University, Qatar


Accomplishment of quality-based objective for Social Integration and Regionalization in Minerva Academic Model

German Urrego-Giraldo1, Gloria-Lucia Giraldo-Gomez2, Edgardo Cordoba3

1Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia; 2Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Sede Medellin; 3Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla


Increasing Diversity in Higher Education by Examining African-American STEM Mentors’ Mentoring Approaches

Joi-Lynn Mondisa

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States of America


A cross-cultural exploration of spatial visualisation abilities of first year STEM students

Stephanie Farrell1, Brian Bowe2

1Rowan University, United States of America; 2Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland


Learn programming through a business project: engineering education in financial IT case

Kaouthar Louati Epouse Akrout, Syrine Karoui Epouse Miaoui, Mohamed Amine Bessrour

ESPRIT Tunisia, Tunisia

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm4G: IGIP Session: New trends and learning approaches
Session Chair: Maria Teresa Restivo, University of Porto
Room 9 
 

ICT Needs and Trends in Engineering Education

Sergio Martin1, Russ Meier2, Uriel Cukierman3, Diana Mónica Waigandt4, Manuel Castro1

1UNED - Spanish University for Distance Education, Spain; 2Milwaukee School of Engineering, US; 3Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Argentina; 4National University of Entre Rios Paraná, Entre Ríos, Argentina


Creative Students Need Creative Teachers – Fostering the creativity of teachers: a blind spot in higher engineering education?

Tobias Haertel, Claudius Terkowsky, Monika Radtke

TU Dortmund, Germany


Too old to learn? – Specific needs of senior learners

Tobias Haertel1, Monika Radtke1, Claudius Terkowsky1, Dominik May1, Johanna Dehler2, Daniel Neubauer1

1TU Dortmund, Germany; 2Globalgate GmbH, Germany


Introducing PLM at Austrian Secondary Colleges of Engineering

Andreas Probst

HTBLA Ried, Austria


IoT-DESIR – A case study on a cooperative learning experiment in Sardinia

Carole Salis, Fabrizio Murgia, Marie Florence Wilson, Andrea Mameli

CRS4, Italy


Introducing PLM to engineering design education at Secondary Colleges of Engineering - a students’ view

Julia Reisinger, Johanna Plakolm, Gerda Gurtner, Karin Schachermair, Andreas Probst

HTL Ried, Austria

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm4H: IGIP Session: Teacher training and curriculum development
Session Chair: Jose Couto Marques, University of Porto
101 
 

Analysis of the results of research focused on applicants interest in the study specialization Teacher of technical subjects at the University of Hradec Kralove

Pavel Cyrus, Antonin Slaby

University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic


Career-building training as a component of talent management

Olga Yu. Khatsrinova, Vasiliy Ivanov

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


EdTech competence of engineering university professors. Research on pshychology and education

Farida T. Shageeva, Inna M. Gorodetskaya

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Social Learning Environments

Juan Carlos Torres-Diaz1, Alfonso Infante2, Hector Gomez1, Carlos De Castro3, Susana Arias Tapia1, Silvia Torres4

1Universidad Técnica Particula de Loja, Ecuador; 2Universidad de Huelva, Spain; 3Universidad de Córdoba, Spain; 4Universidad Nacional de Loja, Ecuador


Innovation in Engineering Education at University College Dublin, Ireland

Patrick Joseph Purcell

University College Dublin, Ireland

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm4I: IGIP Special Session In Memoriam Adolf Melezinek
Session Chair: Tiia Rüütmann, Tallinn University of technology
LIM 
 

Adolf Melezinek - the way I remember him

Dana Dobrovská

Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies, TU Prague, Czech Republic


Adolf Melezinek as the founder of the Klagenfurt school of Engineering Pedagogy

Viacheslav Prikhodko1, Tatiana Polyakova2

1MADI, Russian Federation; 2MADI, Russian Federation


Adolf Melezinek as the Supervisor of Doctoral Thesis Based on Klagenfurt School of Engineering Pedagogy

Tiia Rüütmann

Tallinn University of technology, Estonia


Mentoring Tasks in Technical Teacher Training

Agnes Toth

Trefort Agoston Centre for Engineering Education, Obuda University, Hungary

 
4:00pm - 5:00pm5A: IFEES Executive Committee
Session Chair: Uriel Cukierman, UTN
Auditorium 
4:00pm - 5:00pm5C: Special Session on Gender Diversity

Chair: Renetta Tull (University of Maryland) & Jennifer DeBoer (Purdue University)

WOMEN OF COLOR IN THE USA AND WAYS OF CONNECTING TO GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT

Renetta Tull (University of Maryland)

WOMEN IN MAJORITY MUSLIM COUNTRIES WITH A SPECIFIC PERSPECTIVE FROM MALAYSIA

Khairiyah Mohd-Yusof (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)

WOMEN IN REFUGEE CONTEXTS

Barbara Moser-Mercer (University of Geneva, InZone)

WOMEN IN SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND TECHNOLOGY IN KOREA

Myongsook Susan Oh (Hongik University)

WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA

Nicoleta

WOMEN IN LATIN AMERICA

Cecilia Alejandra Paredes Verduga (Escuela Sup. Politécnica del Litoral)

Description: The moderator will introduce the topic of the session. Each panelist will reflect for approximately 5-7 minutes on gender diversity in her geographic region or area of expertise. The moderator/discussant will ask 1-2 broad reflection questions for the whole panel to comment on, and the remaining time will provide a space for dialogue with the audience.

Onice 
4:00pm - 5:00pm5D: Special Session: Opensource as a vector for engineering Education

Chair: Jean-Raymond Levesque (Code_Aster ProNet, France)

PROCESS CODE_ASTER

Jean-Raymond Levesque (Code_Aster ProNet, France)

GMSH : TOWARDS A LIGHTWEIGHT NUMERICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY FOR EDUCATION

Christophe Geuzaine – Jean-François Remacle (Affiliation, Belgium)

ENGINEER EDUCATION AND RESEARCH WITH CODE_ASTER

Michele Betti (University of Florence, Italy)

Room 4 
4:00pm - 5:00pm5I: SPEED judging session
LIM 
4:00pm - 7:00pm5B: EUCEET Association Conference
Verde 
 

Achieving earthquake resilience through design for all

Jon Moseley2, Stephanos E. Dritsos1

1University of Patras, Greece; 2Freelance civil and structural engineer


Innovative Masters Program "Safety of Civil Engineering Critical Infrastructures and Territories"

Vladimir Nikolaevich Alekhin1,2, Sviatoslav A. Timashev1,2, Ludmila V. Poluyan1,2, Evgeny S. Guryev1,2

1Ural Federal University, Russian Federation; 2Ural Branch Russian Academy of Science


LEARNING FROM THE OBSERVATION OF FAILURES

Pietro Croce, Diego Carlo Lo Presti, Maria Luisa Beconcini, Nunziante Squeglia, Martina Muzzi

University of Pisa - Italy

 
4:00pm - 7:00pm5H: Workshop
101 
 

Quality Enhancement in Engineering Education – a workshop to explore a collaborative framework for continuous improvement

Robin Clark1, Jens Bennedsen2, Katriina Schrey-Niemenmaa3, Siegfried Rouvrais4

1Aston University, United Kingdom; 2Aarhus University, Denmark; 3Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Finland; 4Telecom Bretagne, France

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm5E: IGIP Special Session TaT'15
Session Chair: Ana Maria Beltran Pavani, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro
Session Chair: Celina P Leao, School of Engineering University of Minho
Room 5 
 

Creativity in STEM Education: Reshaping the Creative Project

Teresa Larkin

American University, United States of America


Remote Laboratory experience for STEM education:the case of Senegal Virtual University

Davy Edgard Moussavou1, Samuel Ouya2, Pape Djidiack Faye2, Mary Teuw Niane2, claude Lishou1

1University Cheikh Anta Diop; 2Senegal Virtual University


Coding with Scratch: The design of an educational setting for Elementary pre-service teachers.

Leticia Azucena Vaca Cárdenas, Francesca Bertacchini, Assunta Tavernise, Lorella Gabriele, Antonella Valenti, Diana Olmedo, Pietro Pantano, Eleonora Bilotta

University of Calabria, Italy


Using a Career Conference to Promote Advising in the Freshman Curriculum

Dan Budny, Beth Newborg

University of Pittsburgh, United States of America


Soft Skills for Science and Technology Students - A pedagogical experience

Ruy Araújo Costa1, Jose Manuel Fonseca2, José Carlos Kullberg3, Nelson Chibeles Martins4, Fernando Santana5

1FCT/UNL, Departamento de Matemática; 2FCT/UNL, Departamento de Electrotecnia, Centro de Tecnologias e Sistemas do UNINOVA (CTS); 3FCT/UNL, Departamento de Ciências da Terra, Centro de Investigação em Ciências e Engenharia Geológica (CICEGE); 4FCT/UNL, Departamento de Matemática, Centro de Matemática e Aplicações (CMA); 5FCT/UNL, Dean, Departamento de Ciências e Engenharia do Ambiente


Mobile Technologies in Engineering Education

Susana Isabel Herrera, Marta Cristina Fennema, María Inés Morales, Rosa Adela Palavecino, José Eduardo Goldar, Silvia del Valle Zuaín

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, Argentine Republic

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm5F: IGIP Session: Remote and virtual laboratories
Session Chair: Carlos Rioja del Rio, University of Cádiz
Room 6 
 

Integration of Virtual Instrument Systems in Reality (VISIR) OpenLabs with Khouribga OnlineLab

Gourmaj Mourad1, Naddami Ahmed2, Fahli Ahmed3, Moussetad Mohamed4

1Hassan 1 st University in Morocco, Morocco; 2Hassan 1 st University in Morocco, Morocco; 3Hassan 1 st University in Morocco, Morocco; 4Hassan 2 nd University in Morocco, Morocco


Role of ICT enabled Virtual Laboratories in Biotechnology Education: Case studies on blended and remote learning

Shyam Diwakar1, Rakhi Radhamani1, Hemalatha Sasidharakurup1, Dhanush Kumar1, Nijin Nizar1, Krishnashree Achuthan2, Bipin Nair1

1Amrita School of Biotechnology, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (Amrita University), Amritapuri, Clappana P.O., Kollam, Kerala, 690 525, India; 2Amrita School of Engineering, VALUE, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (Amrita University), TBI Building, Amritapuri, Clappana P.O., Kollam, Kerala, 690 525, India


Preferences and uses of a remote lab from the students’ viewpoint

Federico Lerro, Susana Marchisio

Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentine Republic


Build-up Virtual Laboratory for Reinforced Concrete Structures to Enhance Understanding Design Requirements

Young Kwang Hwang1, Adeba Abera Deressa1, John E. Bolander2, Yun Mook Lim1

1Dept. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2Dept. Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California Davis, Davis, USA


Towards a definitive virtual laboratory

Carlos Rioja del Rio, Arturo Morgado Estevez, Eduardo Romero Bruzon, Juan Jose Dominguez Jimenez, Fernando Perez Peña

University of Cádiz, Spain


DIGITAL CREATIVITY PECULIARITIES IN THE CASE OF REMOTE EXPERIMENT

Doru E. Ursutiu1, Cornel Samoila1, V. Jinga1, P. Kane2

1University "Transilvania" of Brasov ROMANIA, Romania; 2Cypress Semiconductor -USA

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm5G: IGIP Session: Innovation in education and curriculum development
Session Chair: German Urrego-Giraldo, Universidad de Antioquia
Room 9 
 

The instructional design of integrative STEM curriculum: A pilot study in a robotics summer camp

Yu-Kai Chen1, Chi-Cheng Chang1, Kuo-Hung Tseng2

1Department of technology application and human resource development, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan; 2Graduate Institute of Business and Management, Meiho University, Taiwan


Visual Scaffolding for Encouraging Online Participation

Sung-Hee JIN1, Tae-Hyun KIM2

1Inha University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2POSCO Group University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)


Global Innovation Network for Entrepreneurship and Technology: Next Steps

Sul Kassicieh, Ramiro Jordan

U of New Mexico, United States of America


Approaches to Training of Engineering Program Students for Innovative Activity

Alexander Shukhman1, Isabella Belonovskaya1, Valery Anischenko2, Dilyara Barsukova2, Nadezhda Khomyakova3

1Orenburg State University, Russian Federation; 2Kumertau branch of Orenburg State University, Russian Federation; 3Buzuluk Institute of Humanity and Technology – Orenburg State University branch, Russian Federation


Looking Beyond One's Own Nose Right from the Start – Interdisciplinary Study Projects for First Year Engineering Students

Andrea Dirsch-Weigand1, Manfred J. Hampe2, Franziska D. Koch3, Malte Awolin1, Joachim J. Vogt3

1Hochschuldidaktische Arbeitsstelle, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany; 2Thermische Verfahrenstechnik, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany; 3Institut für Psychologie, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany


Including the energetic and water supply crises discussion in a first-year course of Electrical Engineering Program of University of São Paulo

Luciana Guidon Coelho, José Aquiles Baesso Grimoni

University of São Paulo, Brazil

 
5:00pm - 7:00pm6A: IACEE Workshop
Session Chair: Linda Krute, North Carolina State University
Auditorium 
 

Building and Marketing Continuing Education Programs for Global Engineering Workforce

Soma Chakrabarti1, Pat Hall2

1University of Delaware, United States of America; 2University of Tulsa, United States of America

 
5:00pm - 7:00pm6C: IGIP Session: Sustainable Economic Development in BRIC Countries Through Engineering Education
Session Chair: Russel C. Jones, World Expertise LLC
Onice 
 

Engineering Education in Brazil

Luiz Carlos Scavarda do Carmo1, Vanderli Fava de Oliveira2, Nival Nunes de Almeida3

1PUC-Rio, Brazil; 2Observatory of Engineering Education of Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil; 3ABENGE, Brazil


Engineering Education in China

Hong Yan

City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)


Engineering Education in Russia: Challenges

Dmitry Kondratyev, Petr Umnov

Innopolis University, Russian Federation


Sustainable Economic Development in BRIC Countries Through Engineering Education

Russel C. Jones

World Expertise LLC, United States of America


THE CURRENT STATUS OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN INDIA

Ramamurthy Natarajan

Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India, India

 
5:00pm - 7:00pm6D: Panel Discussion
Room 4 
 

Need for and Benefits of Collaboration and Networking among Centers of Advancement, Research and Excellence for Engineering Education (Teaching & Learning) in Europe

Ebru Dulekgurgen, Yilmaz Taptik, Semra Ahmetolan

Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

 
5:00pm - 7:00pm6I: SPEED General Assembly
LIM 
5:30pm - 7:00pm6E: IGIP Special Session TaT'15
Session Chair: Jose Manuel Fonseca, FCT/UNL
Session Chair: Teresa Larkin, American University
Room 5 
 

Accuracy of Self-assessment Among Graduate Students in Mechanical Engineering

Susan Zvacek1, Maria de Fátima Chouzal2, Maria Teresa Restivo2

1Denver University USA; 2University of Porto Portugal


Klagenfurt School of Engineering Pedagogy by Adolf Melezinek as the Basis of Teaching Engineering at Tallinn University of Technology

Tiia Rüütmann, Hants Kipper

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia


Training evaluators for programme accreditation and engineers certification

Alexander I. Chuchalin1,2, Yuliya V. Gasheva1, Polina S. Shamritskaya1

1Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation; 2Association for Engineering Education of Russia


Talking about mentoring relationships from the perspectives of PhD students: A conceptual model developement

Celina P Leao, Ana C Ferreira

Centro ALGORITMI, School of Engineering University of Minho, Portugal


Behind the Wall Earth pressure on retaining structures

Jose Couto Marques

University of Porto, Portugal

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm6F: Special Session - Diversity & Inclusion in global engineering education – Initializing global scale collaboration
Session Chair: David Antoine Delaine, Universidade de São Paulo
Room 6 
 

Diversity & Inclusion in global engineering education – Initializing global scale collaboration

David Antoine Delaine1, Renetta Tull2, Darryl Williams3

1Universidade de São Paulo; 2University of Baltimore Maryland County; 3Tufts University

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm6G: IGIP Session: Academic-industry partnership
Session Chair: Ivana Simonova, University of Hradec Kralove
Room 9 
 

Academic-industry partnerships: Developing new concepts in student engineering industry experience

Tamara Grubor

RMIT University, Australia


Collaborative Learning through local and regional entrepreneur proposals from the UNAJ Engineering and Agronomy Institute

Enrique Carrizo

Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche, Argentine Republic


Technical and engineering graduates on the labour market

Petra Poulova, Ivana Simonova

University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic


Interdisciplinary education in vocational education and training

Monika Grasser, Florian Mayer

EUREGIO HTBLVA FERLACH, Austria


New challenges in engineering education: Personal advancement for better marketability of future professionals

Andrey Yu. Aleksandrov, Anna N. Zakharova, Evgeni L. Nikolaev

The Ulianov Chuvash State University, Russian Federation


Reorganizing the industrial robotics laboratory for spatial training of novice engineering students

Igor Michael Verner, Sergei Gamer

Faculty of Education in Science and Technology Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

 
Date: Wednesday, 23/Sep/2015
8:00am - 5:00pmOnwards Registration
 
8:30am - 10:15amP7: Round table "Improving Resilience of Urban Areas"

Moderators: E. Paris; Vilas Mujumdar

Jónas Thór Snæbjörnsson; E. Caporali; Okazaki; V. Gattulli; 

Auditorium 
10:15am - 10:30amMachiavelli Break
 
10:30am - 12:00pmP8: SEFI-EEDC, GEDC and Copi. Plenary session on Resilience

Moderator: M. Murphy.

Speakers: K. Hawwash; A. Moropoulou; Tekinay, Micari/Tubino

Auditorium 
12:00pm - 1:00pmP9: Airbus & Total Industry Panel
Auditorium 
1:00pm - 2:00pmDonatello Lunch Break/Poster Session
 
2:00pm - 3:30pm7A: Round table "Improving Environment Resilience"
Auditorium 
2:00pm - 3:30pm7B: EUCEET Association Conference
Verde 
 

An Example of teaching slope stability from true case hisrories: three year experience

Ilaria Giusti, Diego Lo Presti

University of Pisa, Italy


Infrastructure Resilience: Definition, Calculation, Application

Sviatoslav A. Timashev1,2

1Ural Federal University, Russian Federation; 2Ural Branch Russian Academy of Science

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm7C: SEFI-EEDC, GEDC and COPI Workshop on Attractiveness (Round Table)

Moderator: John Beynon.

Speakers: K. Hawwash; M. Vigild, A. Moropoulou

Onice 
2:00pm - 3:30pm7D: IIDEA Round Table
Session Chair: Erik DeGraaff, Aalborg University

Speakers: A. Kolmos, L. Morell, M. Auer, Wonjong Joo, J. DeBoer

Room 4 
 

: Capacity building in Engineering Education; Training resilient engineers

Erik DeGraaff1, Jennifer Deboer2

1Aalborg University, Denmark; 2Perdue University, USA

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm7E: IGIP-SPEED Award Winners presentations
Session Chair: Michael E. Auer, FH Kärnten
Room 5 
 

Online lab developement by students for students

Marcel Nageler3, Jonas Schaltegger2, Emil Zellinger3, Simon Schwantler2, Daniel Stippich1, Phillip Zmuck1

1HTL Wolfsberg, Austria; 2HTL Villach, Austria; 3HTL Mössingerstraße, Austria


What motivates the dual role of students in the 1st and 2nd FAEI?

Irina Esther Toledo1, Fabiana Alejandra Medalla Muriano2, Adrian Cordoba3

1Universidad Nacional de La Rioja, Argentine Republic; 2Universidad Nacional de La Rioja, Argentine Republic; 3Universidad Nacional de La Rioja, Argentine Republic

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm7F: IGIP Session: New trends in engineering education
Session Chair: Leticia Azucena Vaca Cárdenas, University of Calabria
Room 6 
 

How accreditation agencies can help the necessary change of HEI’s towards sustainable development practices

Anne-Marie Jolly1,2,3, Laurent Mahieu1

1CTI; 2Polytech Orleans; 3SEFI


COLLABORATIVE LEARNING: PLUSES AND PROBLEMS

Petr Osipov, Julia Ziyatdinova

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


GLOBAL CHALLENGES AND PROBLEMS OF RUSSIAN ENGINEERING EDUCATION MODERNIZATION

Julia Ziyatdinova, Petr Osipov, Artem Bezrukov

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Usage of «Flipped Classrooms» in English Teaching of Future Oil-Industry Technicians

Gulnara Fatykhovna Khasanova, Aliya Damirovna Kanieva

Kazan National Research Technological University, Russian Federation


Learning Strategies for Small Groups of Professionals

Jozef Hvorecky, Lenka Rabekova

Vysoka skola manazmentu / City University of Seattle, Slovak Republic

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm7G: IGIP Session: Hybrid and blended learning
Session Chair: Istvan Simonics, Obuda University
Room 9 
 

Blended learning activities development

N. Llobregat-Gómez, F. Mínguez, M.-D. Roselló, Luis M. Sánchez Ruiz

Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain


Is video streaming a solution to the teacher-student / student-student synchronous communication in Physics blended learning courses?

Ema Aveleyra, Diego Racero, Andrea Vega

Universidad de Buenos Aires - Facultad de Ingeniería, Argentine Republic


Mapping the development of Quality Sensuous Response through Blind and Visually Impaired Group (BVIG) Touch Interaction

Verly Veto Vermol1,2, Rusmadiah Anwar1,2, Shahriman Zainal Abidin1,2, Oskar Hasdinor Hassan1,2, Mohd Hafiz Halim3

1Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia; 2Formgiving Design Research, Malaysia; 3Jabatan Pembangunan Orang Kurang Upaya, Malaysia


Learning difficulties screening web application

Nikolaos C. Zygouris1, Filippos Vlachos2, Antonios N. Dadaliaris1, Georgios I. Stamoulis3, Dennis Vavougios2, Evangelia Nerantzaki1, Aikaterini Striftou1

1Computer Science Department, University of Thessaly, Greece; 2Department of Special Education, University of Thessaly, Greece; 3Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and Computer Science Department, University of Thessaly, Greece


Work-in-Progress: SUTD Winter Abroad Program at MIT. Collaborative Learning as a Pathway towards Institutional Transplantation

Aikaterini Bagiati, Jesse DeLaughter, John Brisson

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America

 
2:00pm - 3:30pm7H: IGIP Session: Work-in-Progress
Session Chair: Enrica Caporali, University of Firenze
101 
 

Work in progress: Innovative Masters Program "Safety of Civil Engineering Critical Infrastructures and Territories"

Vladimir Nikolaevich Alekhin1,2, Sviatoslav A Timashev1,2, Ludmila V Poluyan1,2, Evgeny S Guryev1,2

1Ural Federal University, Russian Federation; 2Ural Branch Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation


Students’ self-making videos for the tandem learning of two engineering courses

Yu-Liang Ting1, Yaming Tai2

1National Taiwan Normal University; 2National Taipei University of Education


Work in Progress: All Round Questionnaire (ARQ) as the Tool for Raising Quality of Teaching

Margarita Sergeevna Lukianenko, Elena Sergeevna Mischenko

Tambov State Technical University, Russian Federation


Work-in-Progress: European Platform for Innovation and Collaboration between Engineer Students (EPICES)

Alexis François1, Antoine Lanthony1, Katrina Nordström2, Marko Närhi2, Ilmars Viksne3, Wim Van Petegem4, Jeroen Buijs4, Françoise Come5, Stanislao Patalano6, Marco Fioriti7, Luis Manuel Sanchez Ruiz8

1ISMEP-SUPMECA, France; 2Aalto University, Finland; 3Riga Technical University, Latvia; 4Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; 5SEFI, Belgium; 6Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy; 7Politecnico di Torino, Italy; 8Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain


Working Paper: Ethical Leadership in Engineering Education in Africa: The Case of Ashesi University College

Suzanne Fox Buchele, G. Ayorkor Korsah, Rebecca Awuah

Ashesi University College, Ghana


Work-in-Progress: Consolidating Engineering Education Discipline at Polytechnic School of University of São Paulo

Luciana Guidon Coelho, José Aquiles Baesso Grimoni

University of São Paulo, Brazil

 
3:30pm - 4:00pmMaria Luisa de' Medici Break
 
4:00pm - 5:00pm8A: IGIP Annual General Meeting
Auditorium 
4:00pm - 5:00pm8B: EUCEET Association Conference
Verde 
 

Summary of Developments in the Civil Engineering Capstone Course in Taiwan

Liang-Jenq Leu1,2, Mandy Liu2

1Department of Civil Engineering, National Taiwan University; 2Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan, Taiwan

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm8D: IIDEA workshop A
Room 4 
4:00pm - 5:30pm8E: IIDEA workshop B
Room 5 
4:00pm - 5:30pm8F: IGIP Session: Languages and diversity in engineering education
Session Chair: Soma Chakrabarti, University of Delaware
Room 6 
 

Mobile-assisted language learning in technical and engineering education

Ivana Simonova

University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic


Network education as a factor of increasing of professional mobility of students

Rustem Lukmanovich Sakhapov1, Svetlana Germanovna Absalyamova2

1Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, Russian Federation; 2Kazan (Volga region) Federal University,Russian Federation


An Opportunity in Engineering Education: Russian BYOD Tendencies

Vadim Shakhnov, Lyudmila Zinchenko, Elena Rezchikova, Andrei Glushko

Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russian Federation


"Integrative foreign language course" for the professional purposes in oil and gas branch

Olga Larionova, Tatjana Starshinova, Ivanov Vasilij

KNRTU, Russian Federation


The impact of creatid textbook related to quality of the educational process

Iveta Kmecová, Robert Zeman

The Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice, Czech Republic

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm8G: IGIP Session: New learning models and applications
Session Chair: Jozef Hvorecky, Vysoka skola manazmentu / City University of Seattle
Room 9 
 

Developing a Mobile Instant Messaging System for Problem-based Learning Activity

Yu-Lin Jeng1, Yu Shu2, Tien-Chi Huang3, Yong-Ming Huang4, Chia-Chen Chen5

1Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Republic of China; 2National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan, Republic of China; 3National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Republic of China; 4Chia Nan University of Pharmacy and Science, Taiwan, Republic of China; 5National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, Republic of China


What influences students to use cloud services? From the aspect of motivation

Yong-Ming Huang1, Yu-Lin Jeng2, Tien-Chi Huang3, Yu Shu4, Chen Mu-Yen5, Wu Ting-Ting6

1Chia Nan University of Pharmacy & Science, Taiwan, Republic of China; 2Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Republic of China; 3National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Republic of China; 4National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan, Republic of China; 5National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Republic of China; 6National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Republic of China


Ways of Delivering Tacit Knowledge in e-Learning

Jozef Hvorecky, Alena Lipovska, Jozef Simuth

Vysoka skola manazmentu / City University of Seattle, Slovak Republic


A New Didactic Method for Programming in C for Freshmen Students Using LEGO Mindstorms EV3

Simón Rodriguez Perez, Carolin Gold, Joerg Abke, Kai Borgeest

University of Applied Sciences Aschaffenburg, Germany


Peer Assessment on Presentations of “Real World” Information Systems Case Studies by Students

Sung Shim1, Minsuk Shim2

1Seton Hall University, United States of America; 2University of Rhode Island, United States of America

 
4:00pm - 5:30pm8H: IGIP Session: Ethics and Engineering Education
Session Chair: Svetlana V. Rybushkina, Tomsk Polytechnic University
101 
 

Procrastination: one of the student's worst enemies?

Pavel Andres, Dana Dobrovská

Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies, TU Prague, Czech Republic


Faculty development programme based on CDIO framework

Marina Tayurskaya1, Alexander Chuchalin1, Johan Malmqvist2

1Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation; 2Chalmers University of Techology, Sweden


Ethical and Legal Model for Technological Surveillance System

Francisco Alfredo Paz, Rosana Hadad Salomon, Elizabeth del Valle Made

Universidad Tecnologica Nacional - Facultad Regional Tucuman, Argentine Republic


Interactive Educational Methods of Engineering Pedagogy against Technical Teachers Emotional Burnout

Tatiana Tkacheva

Moscow State Automobile and Roads Construction Technical University (MADI), Russian Federation


Performance criteria of learning math tests

Irina Ustinova1, Elena Lazareva2

1National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation; 2National Research Tomsk State University, Russian Federation

 
4:00pm - 7:00pm8C: COPI General Assembly
Onice 
5:00pm - 7:00pm9A: IGIP and IELA Awards Session
Session Chair: Michael E. Auer, FH Kärnten
Session Chair: David Guralnick, Kaleidoscope Learning

Announcement of the 2015 recipients of the

  • Nikola Tesla Chain Award
  • Adolf Melezinek Meritorious Service Award
  • IELA Awards
  • IGIP Senior Member grade
  • Ing.Paed.IGIP h.c.
  • IGIP-SPEED Young Scientist Award
Auditorium 
5:00pm - 7:00pm9B: EUCEET General Assembly
Session Chair: Diego Carlo Lo Presti, University of Pisa
Verde 
5:30pm - 7:00pm9D: IGIP Session: Diversity programs and initiatives
Session Chair: Jozef Hvorecky, Vysoka skola manazmentu / City University of Seattle
Room 4 
 

Environmental issue through the international accreditation of engineering education

Enrica Caporali, Giampaolo Manfrida, Gianni Bartoli, Juna Valdiserri

School of Engineering, University of Firenze, Italy


Formative assessment diversity to foster students engagement

Maria Clara Viegas, Gustavo Alves, Natércia Lima

ISEP-IPP, Portugal


Engineering Accreditation and Professional Competence in Ireland and Brazil - Similarities, Differences and Convergence in a Global Context

Ken Thomas1, Don O'Neill1, Francisco Cardoso2, Eduardo Toledo Santos2

1Waterford Insititute of Technology, Ireland; 2Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil


Using Accreditation Criteria for Collaborative Quality Enhancement

Jens Bennedsen1, Robin Clark2, Siegfried Rouvrais4, Katriina Schrey-Niemenmaa3

1Aarhus University, Denmark; 2Aston University, UK; 3Telecom Bretagne, France; 4Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Finland


MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS - BASIC OF THE STUDY OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK

Danka Lukáčová, Gabriel Banesz

Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovak Republic

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm9E: IGIP Session: Pre-Universtidy, Digital and online education
Session Chair: Martin Bilek, University of Hradec Kralove
Room 5 
 

Development of a high school computer science learning tool for bit synchronization in network protocols

Wataru Minoura1, Mizue Kayama2, Yasushi Fuwa3, Masami Hashimoto2, David K. Asano2

1Graduate School of Science and Technology, Shinshu University; 2Faculty of Engineering, Shinshu University; 3Integrated Intelligence Center, Shinshu University


Semantic-Web Automated Course Management and Evaluation System using Mobile Applications

M. Samir Abou El-Seoud1, Hosam F. El-Sofany2, AbdelGhani Karkar3, Amal Dandashi Dandashi3, Islam Taj-Eddin4, Jihad M. Al Ja’am3

1The British University in Egypt, Cairo, Egypt; 2Cairo Higher Institute for Engineering, Computer science and Management, Cairo, Egypt; 3Qatar University, Computer Science and Engineering Department, Qatar; 4Academic Researcher and Computer Science Specialist, Cairo, Egypt


Framework for Development of Cognitive Technology for Children with Hearing Impairments

Amal Dandashi1, Abdelghani Karkar1, Jihad AlJaam1, Samir Abou El-Seoud2, Osman Ibrahim2

1Qatar University, Qatar; 2The British University in Egypt, Egypt


MaSciL Project, or How to Improve the Interest in Engineering Studies and Professions of Primary and Secondary School Learners

Martin Bilek, Ivana Simonova, Michal Musilek, Veronika Machkova, Martina Manenova

University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic


Elementary School Students’ Conceptions of Engineers: A Preliminary Study

Pao-Nan Chou

National University of Tainan, Taiwan, Republic of China


Web Application for Graph Data Visualisation in Computer Science Courses

Peter Kuna, Martin Vozár

Constantine the Philosopher University, Slovak Republic

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm9F: IGIP Session: Resilience and engineering
Session Chair: Nael Barakat, Grand Valley State University
Room 6 
 

Engineering Education for a Resilient Society: A Case Study of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Mohammed Mujahid Ulla Faiz1,2, Mubarak Saad Al-Mutairi1,2

1Hafr Al-Batin Community College, Saudi Arabia; 2King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia


Multilevel system of vocational pedagogical education

Evgeny Dorozhkin, Vitaly Kopnov, Gennady Romantsev

Russian State Vocational Pedagogical University, Russian Federation


Social Responsibility in Engineering Organizations

Nael Barakat, Rodrigo Barriuso De Juan, Hugo Vicente Barrera

Grand Valley State University, United States of America


Resilience Engineering: A Report on the Needs of the Stakeholder Communities and the Prospects for Responsive Educational Programs

Michael Stephen Bruno

Stevens Institute of Technology, United States of America


Clean Village and Engineering Education

Milind Madhav Kulkarni

ITM Group of Institutions, India

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm9G: IGIP Session: New trends and approaches in education
Session Chair: Jose Antonio Pow-Sang, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Room 9 
 

The flipped classroom in engineering education: A survey of the research

Barbara Kerr

York University, Canada


Replacing a traditional lecture class with a jigsaw class to teach analysis class diagrams

Jose Antonio Pow-Sang

Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Peru


Determining priority of self-regulated learning ability development for engineering college students using IPA

Na-Young Kim, Su Ryong Lee

Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)


Mixed strategies for motivation and retention of entrants

Marta Dominga Castellaro, Daniel Ambort

Universidad Tecnológica Nacional- FRSF, Argentine Republic


Meaning and benefits of the EUR-ACE label: Portuguese Higher Education Institutions

Marina Duarte, António Costa

Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal

 
5:30pm - 7:00pm9H: IGIP Session: Teacher Training
Session Chair: Jose Manuel Fonseca, FCT/UNL
101 
 

Building a Quality System of Technical and Vocational Education in Slovakia Towards a European Labour Market

Roman Hrmo1, Lucia Krištofiaková1, Juraj Miština2

1Dubnica Technological Institute in Dubnica nad Váhom, s.r.o., Slovak Republic; 2University of SS. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava, Slovak Republic


MYTH OF AN IDEAL TEACHER? (Prepossessions and reality)

Alena Vališová, Pavel Andres

Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic


Foreign Language Training For Technical Teachers

Tatiana Polyakova

MADI, Russian Federation


Preparation for Information Processing of Mentor Teachers

Istvan Simonics

Obuda University, Hungary

 
Date: Thursday, 24/Sep/2015
8:00am - 1:00pmOnwards Registration
 
8:30am - 9:00amP10: ABET
Auditorium 
9:00am - 10:45amP11: ENAEE Plenary session

Moderator: G. Augusti:

Speakers: S.  Feyo de Azevedo; B. Remaud; H. Hanharan; R. Van Grieken; Denis McGrath

Auditorium 
10:45am - 11:00amLorenzo de' Medici Break
 
11:00am - 12:45pmP12: Central Asia Special Session
Auditorium 
 

Capacity Building Approach for EUR-ACE Accreditation in Central Asia. QUEECA TEMPUS Project Advancements

Claudio Borri1, José Carlos Quadrado2, Elisa Guberti1, Michele Betti1

1University of Florence, Italy; 2Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal


The role of international cooperation in ensuring the quality of engineering education in Central Asia within the project TEMPUS QUEECA

Shynggys Kulbekuly Yergobek, Yerlan Koishybaiuly, Kamilya Altayeva

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan


Implementation of the system of education quality management and accreditation of educational programs at Tashkent State Technical University

Talat Madievich Magrupov

Tashkent State Technical University, Uzbekistan


Problems of formation and development of engineering education in Central Asia in the context of the new program of industrial and innovative development on the example of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Galym Mutanovich Mutanov, Shynggys Yergobek, Yerlan Koishybaiuly

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan


ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN KAZAKHSTAN: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

Galym Mutanovich Mutanov

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan


Environmental Tendencies in Engineering Education

Damira Dulatovna Jantassova, Galina Mikchailovna Smirnova, Valentina Bladimirovna Gotting

Karaganda State Technical University, Kazakhstan

 
12:45pm - 2:00pmP13: Michelangelo Closing Session and Report
Auditorium 
8:00pm - 10:00pmQUEECA Dinner
Auditorium 

 
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