Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

Please note that all times are shown in the time zone of the conference. The current conference time is: 29th June 2022, 03:49:41pm CEST

 
 
Session Overview
Date: Friday, 12/Nov/2021
3:30pm - 4:30pmSt00: Students registration
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
3:30pm - 4:30pmSup01: ONSITE conference support
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
4:00pm - 7:00pmSt01: Student Forum welcome and coffee
Location: Auditorium Economics Faculty
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The coffee break will be from 5 pm to 5:30 pm in the Hall of the Economics building
4:00pm - 7:00pmSup02: Online conference support
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
7:00pm - 7:30pmBus01: Upload of Bus for the Student Forum Madrid city visit
Location: CEIGRAM UPM
7:30pm - 9:00pmSt02: Student Forum Madrid city visit
Visit to Madrid onsite by bus with tourist guide
Madrid city tour guide: Ana Velasco
Visit to Madrid onsite by bus with tourist guide
Madrid city tour guide: Ana Velasco
9:00pm - 11:00pmSt03: Student Forum Madrid tapas diner
Location: Restaurant Casa de Valencia
Date: Saturday, 13/Nov/2021
10:00am - 1:00pmSt04: Student Forum and coffee
Location: Auditorium Economics Faculty
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The coffee break will be from 11 am to 11:30 am in the Hall of the Economics building
10:00am - 7:00pmSup03: Online conference support
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
1:15pm - 2:45pmStL01: Student Forum lunch
Location: Coffee Shop Humanities Faculty
3:00pm - 7:00pmSt05: Student Forum and coffee
Location: Auditorium Economics Faculty
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The coffee break will be from 5 pm to 5:30 pm in the Hall of the Economics building
Date: Sunday, 14/Nov/2021
10:00am - 1:00pmSt06: Student Forum and coffee
Location: Auditorium Economics Faculty
https://goo.gl/maps/6JCgDBJeA9BWYvaR7

The coffee break will be from 11 am to 11:30 am in the Hall of the Economics building
10:00am - 7:00pmSup04: Online conference support
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
1:15pm - 2:45pmStL02: Student Forum lunch
Location: Coffee Shop Humanities Faculty
3:00pm - 7:00pmSt07: Student Forum and coffee
Location: Auditorium Economics Faculty
https://goo.gl/maps/6JCgDBJeA9BWYvaR7

The coffee break will be from 5 pm to 5:30 pm in the Hall of the Economics building
Date: Monday, 15/Nov/2021
9:30am - 5:30pmSup05: Registration and ONSITE conference support
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
9:30am - 9:00pmSup06: Online conference support
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
10:00am - 11:30amP01: P01: Diversity in Engineering Education: Support and Technologies
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Carina Soledad González-González, University of La Laguna, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Nilza Aples, University of Technology, Jamaica, United States of America
Panelists:
Prof. Dr. Paloma Diaz, Dean of the School of Engineering, Telefónica-UC3M Chair on Women and Technology, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Prof. Dr. Manuel Förster, Professor for Economics and Vocational Education, School of Education, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Dr. Marlene Kanga, AM FTSE Hon. FIChemE Hon.FIE (Aust), President 2017-2019 World Federation of Engineering Organisations, Australia
Prof. Dietmar Rempfer, Director, School of Engineering, Purdue University Northwest, USA
Didem Demir, Arcelik
Our current society expects engineers being socially responsible by deploying solutions that put social benefits and interest ahead other criteria. Diversity is without doubt a key issue to be addressed in this context. There are many examples of engineered products that have been conceived and tailored keeping in mind a stereotyped user who only fits a very specific type of person, chiefly middle aged white men. This situation has led to biased products that are not useful for more than half of their potential users. For this reason, the panel will focus on this topic and show some examples on how to integrate activities that contribute to open up our students perception about their role as engineers in terms of design for diversity and inclusion.
Besides, the Covid situation has accelerated the use of e- and blended learning concepts to a great extent. From an ethical perspective of learning, it should be ensured that as far as possible all learners are promoted -or at least not disadvantaged - by the use of digital concepts and media. However, it has not yet been clarified whether digital measures promote the learning success of all learners in the best possible way or whether certain groups (high-performing vs. low-performing students, female vs. male students, students with and without a migration background) benefit in particular or maybe more than others. The panel will raise the question of what ethical standards education must meet and what general factors influencing learning with digital media.
Finally, the panel will discuss about the International Engineering Benchmarks for Graduate Attributes and Professional Competencies for engineers of the future. Implementation of the Graduate Attributes and Professional competencies Framework has commenced and is expected to transform engineering education and practices with engineers who are inclusive and able to work effectively in diverse teams, think critically and thoughtfully about the impact of their work, considerate of broad ethical considerations and be committed to adapting to new technologies and pedagogies as well as lifelong learning.
10:00am - 11:30amP10: Emerging Education and Technology Challenges in Africa and Sustainable Solutions
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Christian Bolu, Covenant University, Nigeria
Session Chair: Prof. Adagbonyin Moses Obiazi, Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma Nigerian, Nigeria
Session Chair: Dr. África López-Rey, UNED, Spain
Panelists:
Prof Funso Falade, President, African Engineering Education Association
Prof Adagbonyin Moses Osekuyenim, President, African Engineering Deans Council
Prof Theresa Mkandawire, Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences
Dr Tagwa Ahmed Musa, Sudan University of Science and Technology
Dr. Claude Domfang, Directeur CREC, Cameroon

The COVID-19 pandemic brought to the fore new and emerging education and technology challenges in Africa that requires sustainable solutions. The pandemic disrupted the educational system, as most African countries temporarily closed all their educational institutions to contain the spread of the disease. As a result, education delivery changed dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms. New challenges arose as a result of the varying degree of preparedness of the institutions, lack of infrastructure, paucity of funds and policies issues in the African education sector. Beyond these challenges and despite the immense benefits of the e-learning platforms available for students, including access to coursework from anywhere at any time, there are several other problems that hindered participation of students during organised learning programmes such as irregular power supply and internet connectivity. Additionally, limited laboratories to accommodate the growing number of engineering and technology students is becoming more pronounced with the need to study remotely. This session will discuss the emerging education and technology challenges in Africa and the collaborative efforts towards developing sustainable solutions by African engineering personnel.
11:30am - 12:00pmCof01: Coffee social break
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
12:00pm - 1:30pmP02: Students Projects and Leadership
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Sunil Maharaj, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Session Chair: María Laura Polo González, Student Platform for Engineering Education Development (SPEED), United States of America
Panelists:
FH-Prof. Dr. Eithne Knappitsch, Program Director, Intercultural Management, School of Management I Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria
Dr. Mrs. Sushma S. Kulkarni, Ph.D., M.E Civil (C&M), B.E.Civil, Director, Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Sangli, Maharashtra, India Vice Chair, Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC) India Chapter. Convener CII Industry-Academia Relationship Cell, Southern Maharashtra Chapter
Anna Zinenko
Svetlana Buko
Yashin Brijmohan, Co-Chairperson: Africa Asia Pacific Engineering Council & Chair: Engineering Education, FAEO
Shivani Khare, Global Manager (Operations & Product), University of Emerging Technologies, India
12:00pm - 1:30pmP12: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access to STEM Education
Location: Room C (Philosophy) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Renetta Garrison Tull, University of Calfornia Davis, United States of America
Session Chair: Dora Smith, Siemens, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Elena Ruiz Larrocha, UNED, Spain
Panelists:
Stephanie Farrell, Experiential Engineering Education Department (ExEED) Professor and Founding Department Head at Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering, NJ, USA
Deborah Blaine, Associate Professor in Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering at Stellenbosch University, South Africa
David Delaine, Assistant Professor within the Department of Engineering Education at The Ohio State University’s College of Engineering and Leader of Inclusive Community-based Learning – iCBL (Inclusive Community-based Learning) Program
María Elena Gavilán Alfonso, Senior Marketing Manager for Higher Ed and Research, MathWorks
Rudi Ngnepi, Global Director, Digital Sales Enablement Platform, NI
Nichelle Grant, Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Siemens Corporation
Felipe Gómez Gallo, Vice President Student Affairs IFEES and President SPEED
Sri Yeswanth (Yash) Tadimalla, Doctoral student at UNC Charlotte, under the Interdisciplinary track in the College of Computing and Informatics
As tenets of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility to STEM Education (IDEA) continue to be a foundation for the progression of engineering education worldwide, the World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF) developed this session to identify key concepts, evidence-based approaches, and a surveying overview of IDEA within the realm of STEM education and industry opportunities. Join Dr. Renetta Tull, Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion from the University of California Davis and Adj. Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Dora Smith, Senior Director, Global Academic Program from Siemens and VP of D&I for IFEES, as they address sustainable strategies and best practices to ultimately make programs more inclusive, diverse, equitable, and accessible to all.
This session, supported by the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES) and the Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC), will explore IDEA in the context of academia, industry, and student perspectives. With this diverse unveiling of global experiences, participants will learn how engineering can serve as a platform for social change.
12:00pm - 1:30pmWS119: How to Teach Critical Thinking
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Uriel Ruben Cukierman, UTN, Argentine Republic
Session Chair: Dr. Eduardo Vendrell Vidal, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. África López-Rey, UNED, Spain
There is a common understanding in Higher Education, and particularly in STEAM teaching, about the need of developing the so called “21st Century skills” also referred to as the 4C’s, including Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Communication and Collaboration. While the last two skills are probably more familiar for faculties, developing Creative and Critical Thinking skills in our students is much more difficult and hardly achievable without a proper training and guidance. The proposed Workshop will give participants an insight about what does it mean Critical Thinking, which are its components and some technics for teaching and assessing this skill in STEAM courses.
Uriel R. Cukierman Electronic Engineer by UTN (Argentina) and M.Sc. in Information Technologies by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain). Professor and Researcher and Director of the Center for Educational Research and Innovation at UTN. Research Professor at University of New Mexico (USA). President of the Argentinean Section of IGIP (International Society for Engineering Pedagogy). Member of Institute of Education in Engineering, National Academy of Engineering. Associate Director of InnovaHiEd. Former President of the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES). Honorary Professor at Universidad Ricardo Palma (Perú). IEOM Distinguished Educator Award (EUA). IGIP International Engineering Educator Award (Austria). Eduardo Vendrell Vidal Informatics BSc and PhD by Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). International Engineering Educator ING.PAED.IGIP certified by the International Society for Engineering Pedagogy, IGIP. Associate Professor at the UPV. Former Director of the School of Informatics of the UPV. Past-President of the European Quality Assurance Network for Informatics Education (EQANIE). Past-President of the Spanish Council of Conference of Deans and Directors of Informatics (CODDII) of Spain. Member of the Engineering Education Committee of the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO).
12:00pm - 1:30pmWS130: Effective Gamification Workshop
Location: Room B Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Paloma Diaz, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Mohammad Hajarian, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Clara Perez, UNED, Spain
Recently, gamification showed tremendous success in different fields of science. It can enhance active learning in engineering education and increase user engagement in software applications. In this workshop, participants will learn and practice effective gamification: a novel gamification guideline developed and presented by the presenters of this workshop at the WEEF-GEDC 2021 conference. As a result, in addition to learning gamification for making mobile and web applications more engaging, participants will learn state-of-theart principles of using interactivity, utility, and social networking features to make gamification effective in the long run. This workshop consists of three parts, and it will be held in 90-minute sessions. Principles, several examples, and case studies will be reviewed during this session, and participants will use the given tools to collaboratively design a gamified app based on the learned principles. At the end of the session, they will receive feedback about their designs. Moreover, for better understanding and future use, the presented guideline, which describes the building blocks of effective gamification in a stepby- step manner, will be given to the participants along with the required tools.
Prof. Paloma Diaz is a Full Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department of University Carlos III de Madrid with more than 25 years of teaching experience. She is the Head of the Interactive Systems research group focused on the design of interactive systems and has led projects related to the workshop topic applied to informal learning and citizen participation. She has participated in the organization of international events such as womENcourage 2019, IEEE ICALT 2008, IEEE VLHCC 2010, and IS-EUD 2015, ISCRAM-MED 2016, as well as tracks in conferences such as Social Networking and Collaboration at ISCRAM 2010-2013, Serious games and simulation at ISCRAM 2014-2015 or Creativity in Collaborative Design at ACM Cognition and Creativity 2015. During two years, she also organized the “Large-Scale Idea Management and Deliberation Systems” workshop that was run using the world cafe method. She has also taught this topic in different courses. Mohammad Hajarian is an Assistant Professor with several articles and a book about gamification and personalization. He has experience in conducting a conference workshop and developing successful gamified mobile and web pplications.
12:00pm - 1:30pmWS165: Growing a Mindset Culture for an Inclusive Classroom
Location: Room D (3.31) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Stephanie Cutler, Penn State, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Sarah Zappe, Penn State, United States of America
Session Chair: Prof. Elio San Cristóbal, UNED, Spain
Have you ever thought about you the innate abilities of your students? Does your class structure and messaging tell them they can grow and learn and improve as they complete your course? These questions link to a factor that has been shown to impact student success across underrepresented groups - mindset. Mindset here refers to Dweck’s fixed (innate) and growth (malleable) nature of intelligence and other characteristics. This workshop will present how organizational and classroom culture with respect to messages around mindset can impact the experience of underrepresented students. Specifically, the mindset beliefs of the course instructor with respect to the nature of their students’ ability (fixed or growth) can have substantial and significant impact on closing the achievement gaps for underrepresented students. This workshop will focus on reflecting on faculty instructional practices, messaging, and perspectives to move towards promoting a growth mindset and an inclusive classroom.
The facilitators both work within a teaching and learning center housed within the College of Engineering at a US landgrant institution. The team has educational backgrounds in engineering education and educational psychology. They have extensive experience leading workshops for faculty in in-person and remote environments and have received multiple awards for their innovative workshops. Dr. Stephanie Cutler holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, and a PhD in Engineering Education from Virginia Tech. She is an associate research professor and the assessment and instructional support specialist in the Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education at Penn State. She served as a Director for the Educational Research and Methods (ERM) division in 2020/2021 and is currently serving as the 2022 Vice Chair of Programs. She has served on the executive leadership team to establish the ASEE Faculty Development Division and aided in developing their inaugural program in 2018 and continued to further the program by serving as the division’s Program Chair for the 2019 and 2020 annual ASEE Conferences. Her primary research interest includes faculty development, the peer review process, the doctoral experience, and the adoption of evidencebased teaching strategies. Dr. Sarah Zappe is a research professor and director of assessment and instructional support in the Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education at Penn State. She leads the portfolio of faculty development initiatives that are offered within the College of Engineering. Zappe is an Educational Psychologist with a background in applied test development and measurement. She has worked in a faculty development role for more than 15 years. In addition to her role in the College of Engineering, she also holds an affiliate faculty position in the Educational Psychology department at Penn State. She is a national leader in engineering education research and has served as an external evaluator on many NSF grants. Her research background is varied, focusing on evidence-based instructional support, faculty development, and entrepreneurship education. In addition to her role in the Leonhard Center, Zappe is deputy editor of the Journal of Engineering Education and served as the division chair for the Educational Research and Methods Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) from 2019-2021.
12:00pm - 1:30pmWS174: Building Conceptual Models and Engineering Design Thinking in K-12 Students
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Nancy Ruzycki, University of Florida, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Krista Marie Dulany, University of Florida, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Lorelie Dela Fuente Imperial, University of Florida, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
This 90 minutes workshop will engage participants in understanding how engineering design practices can be brought into core content classes to support conceptual model development in students as part of the model development cycle. Participants will have a chance to map this learning using frameworks developed by the facilitators. The Engaged Quality Instruction Through Professional Development (EQuIPD) is a teacher professional development project funded by the US Department of Education through the Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) program. EQuIPD experts will lead this workshop with the aim of supporting teachers as they develop the capacity and build competency in creating and using conceptual models of the core content that they teach. This workshop will engage participants in understanding how engineering design practices can be brought into core content classes to support conceptual model development in students as part of the model development cycle. Participants will have a chance to map this learning using frameworks developed by the facilitators through collaborative, hands-on activities during each stage of the session. They will work through the workshop activities either in a face-to-face or virtual format. After the eliciting and developing stages, participants will go into small groups or breakout rooms to deploy the workshop findings into their own work. Participants will come back together at the end to receive feedback to refine their lessons or outcomes.
Main Presentors Dr. Nancy Ruzycki holds a PhD in Physics from Tulane University, is a certified teacher, and holds National Board Certification in Physics. She is a “Modeler” and has trained at Florida International University for Modeling Physics. She teaches at the University of Florida and conducts research on engineering education and the use of models, process maps, and system thinking in teaching. She has received over 5 million US dollars in grant funding in the past three years and is the Principal Investigator on the EQuIPD grant. Dr. Lorelie Imperial holds a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction - Science Education from the University of Florida and is currently a post-doc for the EQuIPD grant. She specializes in conceptual model development and how to incorporate models into lessons. She also specializes in teaching Chemistry. Supporting Presentors Coaches Dr. Krista Dulany, Jared Carter, Seleka Naomi Kerr, Christine Angel Danger and Leigh Arnold are Instructional Coaches on the EQuIPD grant and work as facilitative coaches for teachers in the grant. They have created multiple frameworks for use with teachers to develop lessons that build conceptual models in students.
1:00pm - 2:00pmLunch01: Lunch ONSITE
Location: Coffee Shop Humanities Faculty
The onsite lunch will be in picnic style, to allow the onsite participants to participate in the sessions they prefer. There will not be stop between the main sessions as we will maximize the worldwide participation.
The onsite participants can pickup the picnic lunch and can eat it inside the coffee shop tables or in any room of the conference EXCEPT in the Main Hall where is not allowed to enter any meal.

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1:30pm - 3:30pmOpen: Opening session and Keynotes
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Michael Auer, IAOE, Austria
Session Chair: Prof. Paloma Diaz, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Opening session:
Participants:
Ricardo Mairal, Rector UNED
Guillermo Cisneros, Rector UPM
Maria Joao Viamonte, President ISEP
Juan Romo, Rector UC3M
Alaa Ashmawy, President of IFEES
Sirin Tekinay, Chair of GEDC
Antonio Luque, IEEE Region 8 Director
Felipe Gómez Gallo, Vice President Student Affairs IFEES and President SPEED

Keynotes:
Themis Christophidou, Director-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, European Commission
Brenda Discher, Senior VP, Business Strategy & Marketing, Siemens
Xavier Fouger, Global Academia Programs Senior Director, Dassault Systems
Keynotes:
Themis Christophidou, Director-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, European Commission

Brenda Discher, Senior VP, Business Strategy & Marketing, Siemens

Xavier Fouger, Global Academia Programs Senior Director, Dassault Systemes
3:30pm - 5:00pmP03: Inclusive and Sustainable Online Education
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Russ Meier, Milwaukee School of Engineering, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Michael K J Milligan, ABET, United States of America
Panelists:
Prof. Saurabh Sinha, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Internationalisation, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
María Isabel Pozzo, Researcher at National Scientific and Technical Research Council of Argentina, Full Professor at National University of Rosario, Argentina
Prof. Babak D. Beheshti, Dean, College of Engineering and Computing Sciences, New York Institute of Technology, USA
Leslie Martinich, President, Competitive Focus, USA
Lauren Muller, Director, EMEA, Coursera, UK
The COVID-19 period has been challenging for higher education institutions (HEIs) around the world. During this period, a number of HEIs have moved to an online approach. Over the past 3-years, HEIs have been challenged to prepare students for a changing future world of work. For both HEI staff and students, it appears that COVID-19 has catalysed this. The post-COVID-19 period appears to be a dawn of a new horizon, a period of renewed hope, how do we re-invent ourselves to sustain the innovations?
5:00pm - 5:30pmCof02: Coffee social break
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
5:30pm - 7:00pmGEDCLATAM: GEDC LATAM General Member Assembly
Location: Room Meetings (6.19) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
5:30pm - 7:00pmP1205: Academic-Industry Partnership Ecosystems
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Jennifer Bradford, Siemens, United States of America
Session Chair: Janelle Simmonds, UM-Ann Arbor, Center for Academic Innovation, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. África López-Rey, UNED, Spain
Panelists:
Professor George Halow, Professor, Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan
Tyler Pangerl, Recent graduate who participated in partnership programming
Emily O’Connell, Student, Captain of the University of Michigan eVTOL student project team and a former Systems Engineering Co-op at Collins Aerospace
Morgan Serra, Aerospace Engineering student, MBSE Leadership Lab, CAD and Manufacturing Director for M-SAAVE student team
Lauren Atkins Budde, University of Michigan
David Taylor, Siemens
Janelle Simmonds, University of Michigan
Jennifer Bradford, Siemens Digital Industries Software

When industry and academia work together to create a nurturing, entrepreneurial and inclusive ecosystem in which learners are able to apply the knowledge and theory taught in the classroom to the problems and opportunities within their own communities, engineering education becomes not just an individual pursuit, but a means by which we collectively “increase the number of youth and adults who have relevant skills, including technical and vocational skills, for employment, decent jobs and entrepreneurship."
Indeed, academic-industry collaboration creates an environment conducive to lifelong learning that benefits not only traditional “college aged” learners, but also workers seeking to re- or up-skill, the industries in which they work, the institution and the greater public good.
The future of work is quickly changing due to quickly-evolving technologies, socio-economic dynamics, and changing demographics. Employees of the future now need to "return to learning" multiple times throughout their careers in order to learn or improve the skills needed for a highly-developed workforce. Innovative academic-industry programming is key to creating high-quality learning experiences based in authentic, real-world challenges and opportunities.
5:30pm - 7:00pmP1256: Lifelong Learning in a Changing World: A Vision from the eMadrid Project
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Sergio Martin, UNED - Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Pedro Muñoz-Merino, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Panelists:
Carlos Delgado Kloos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M)
Ruth Cobos Pérez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM)
Baltasar Fernández-Manjón, Universidad Complu-tense de Madrid (UCM)
Miguel Rodríguez Artacho, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
Edmundo Tovar, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
Ángel Velázquez Iturbide, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC)

The effect of a changing world is being analyzed by this panel from the eMadrid network with respect to how the educational system should be not just at the traditional years of Bachelor and Master studies, but also along the whole life. Technologies change our daily life and the future of work, and therefore what needs to be studied and what skills need to be taught. They also impact the teaching process itself liberating itself from space and time.
The world is changing continuously, but there are milestones where one can recognize significant changes. These milestones are not single points in time, they are periods of transition. Not recognizing these fundamental shifts or not willing to accept them due to inertia are a bad basis for a bright future. Life and work are not the same in the agricultural era than in the industrial era. And so are the education systems. Apprenticeships were replaced by universities shaped by metaphor of the conveyor belt.
The question now is: how should education be in the information society? Higher-education institutions still follow today the patterns of the industrial society, but many aspects are changing. Let’s mention a few: rapid increase of knowledge volume, changing professions and appearance of new ones, changing demography and migration, longer lives, need for new skills, new teaching methods and tools, lifelong and life-wide learning, … The field is broad and has many different implications. Much has been written [1] and action needs to be taken urgently.
This broad and important field is being analyzed by this panel from different perspectives.
eMadrid (https://www.emadridnet.org/index.php/en/) is the Excellence Network about educational technology funded by the Regional Government of Madrid. The panelists are members of the Management Committee of eMadrid, representing the 6 universities that are partners in the project.
5:30pm - 7:00pmWS01: Supporting Mental Wellbeing in Engineering Education Environments
Location: Room C (Philosophy) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Kim Johnston, University of Calgary, Canada
Session Chair: Robyn Paul, University of Calgary, Canada
Session Chair: Prof. Rosario Gil Ortego, UNED, Spain
Recent surveys of engineering undergraduate students indicate that a majority of students report feelings of being overwhelmed, sad, lonely and hopeless. Despite a majority of students reporting these challenging feelings, very few (less than 5-10%) of students access mental health resources available on campus. This has highlighted the need to develop curricular and co-curricular programs to support student wellbeing and connect students to existing supports. In this workshop, a framework for discussing mental wellbeing in and out of classrooms will be presented. Examples of student support programs implemented in an engineering school will be discussed. Time will be given for participants to work in groups to discuss potential supports that they can bring back to their communities at their own home institutions.
Dr. Kim Johnston is the Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning; Student Professional Development) for the Schulich School of Engineering (SSE) and a tenured Senior Instructor in the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering. She joined the leadership team in 2018. Dr. Johnston became an academic after completing her PhD in Petroleum Engineering at the University of Calgary in 2017 where she focused her research on the phase behavior of bitumen solvent systems. Dr. Johnston worked in industry after completing her BSc in Chemical Engineering at the University of Calgary in 2005. She advanced her career with Devon Canada, moving from field engineer to production engineer to reservoir simulation engineer between 2005 and 2011. Today, Dr. Johnston is focused on engineering education innovation and advancing mental wellbeing supports during the engineering education process.
5:30pm - 7:00pmWS04: Preparing future engineers for the convergence of AI and simulation (Altair)
Location: Room B Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Armin Veitl, Altair Engineering Inc., Germany
Session Chair: Livio Mariano, Altair, Italy
Session Chair: Prof. Elio San Cristóbal, UNED, Spain
Data science elevates simulation driven design to a new level. A control design process can be drastically shortened by an AI based system identification while the flexibility increases.
The Workshop utilizes a ball balancing table to demonstrate this transition away from a traditional physics- based approach. It builds the basis of a project-based learning class that let students explore the possibilities and limitations that arises with data science.
The new approach will be introduced in the context of different approaches of modern control design:
* The simulation-based approach uses digital twins of various complexities: linear, nonlinear and full 3D based twins - which can be replaces by the real system finally.
* The data scienced based approach uses a short set of data to teach an AI based identification of the dynamic system. The results will lead in a control configuration that can be applied on the real system directly.
A straight comparison of flexibility, stability and performance demonstrates the power of AI based control design.

http://www.altair.com/ is a global technology company that provides software and cloud solutions in the areas of simulation, high-performance computing (HPC), and artificial intelligence (AI). Altair enables organizations across broad industry segments to compete more effectively in a connected world while creating a more sustainable future.
http://www.altairuniversity.com/ supports universities and faculty to prepares future engineers to drive decisions leveraging the convergence of simulation and data science. Our industry proven tools with a unified user experience make coordinated curricula even more efficient. As part of the Academic Program:
* We provide free software to students and student teams worldwide. 
* Our comprehensive learning library enables users to explore and experience product development techniques that go beyond state of the art.
* Universities benefit from our compelling course-based packages. 
* Altair's active community forums give access to our global network of experts.
Dr. Armin Veitl, Senior Director Global Academic Programs, Based out of Germany – Stuttgart
Armin Veitl currently leads Altair's global academic program. In this role, he combines all activities in the regions to promote teaching and learning with the latest simulation technologies. Prior to his current position, he supported Altair's global indirect business as Technical Director. From 2016 to 2018, he led the technical team in Greater China from our regional office in Shanghai. He gained his technical expertise through numerous service projects in the field of lightweight design in the automotive and aerospace industries for German and European customers. He joined Altair in 2000 after completing his studies in multi-body dynamics at the Technical University of Munich with a PhD.
Livio Mariano, Director, Math &Systems, Based out of Italy – Torino
Livio Mariano work in the field of Model-Based Development at Altair Engineering. With his experience of more than 10 years in the applied mathematics and systems domain, he hold the global responsibility for business development. In his previous positions he gained knowledge in design of experiments and data analysis. He earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in mechanical engineering with specialization in Mechatronics and Robotics at Polytechnic University of Milan.
7:30pm - 9:00pmP04: Conversatorio sobre Salud Mental Universitaria en Pandemia
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Guillermo Oliveto, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional - Facultad Regional Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic
Session Chair: Dr. Adriana Cecilia Paez Pino, GEDC Latam, Colombia
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain
Ponentes:
Jesennia Cárdenas Cobo, Analista de Sistemas y Licenciada en Sistemas de Información - Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL)
Elka Jennifer Almeida Monge, Docente Titular y Directora de Evaluación y Perfeccionamiento Académico, Universidad Estatal de Milagro
Felipe Gómez Gallo, Vice President Student Affairs IFEES and President SPEED
Jesennia Cárdenas Cobo, Analista de Sistemas y Licenciada en Sistemas de Información - Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL), Diplomada en Educación Superior por Competencias-Universidad Técnica de Ambato, Magíster en Administración de Empresas - Universidad Tecnológica Empresarial de Guayaquil. Doctora en Ingeniería Informática por la Universidad de Sevilla (España).
Docente Titular y Decana de la Facultad de Ciencias e Ingeniería la Universidad Estatal de Milagro (actualidad).
Experiencia Profesional:
Cuenta con más de 18 años de experiencia profesional en el área de educación superior, se desempeñó en la Universidad Estatal de Milagro como Vicerrectora Académica y de Investigación (UNEMI, 2014-2017), Decana de la Facultad de Ingeniería (UNEMI, 2012-2014, primer periodo) (UNEMI, 2017-Actualidad, segundo periodo), Directora de carrera de Sistemas (2005-2012), docente investigadora desde el 2003, docente en el programa de Tecnología y Computación (ESPOL, 2002-2003), lideró el proceso de Diseños, Rediseños y Acreditación de Carreras alineado a normativas del CES Y CEAACES en Ecuador, analista y jefa de proyectos de desarrollo de Software en el área comercial y gubernamental en importantes empresas del sector público y privado como Municipio de Guayaquil, Consejo Provincial del Guayas, Unión Europea, Subsecretaria de Turismo del Guayas, Administradora del Laboratorio de Computación en la Licenciatura de Turismo de la Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral ESPOL, Municipio de Simón Bolívar entre otras.
Área de Investigación:
• Línea de productos de software & inteligencia artificial aplicado a la enseñanza de ingeniería.
• Aseguramiento de la calidad en la educación superior.

Elka Jennifer Almeida Monge
• Psicóloga Clínica y Magister en Psicología Clínica de la Universidad de Guayaquil
• Magister en Gerencia Educativa de la Universidad Estatal de Milagro
• Directora de Carrera de Psicología
• Docente Titular y Directora de Evaluación y Perfeccionamiento Académico, Universidad Estatal de Milagro (ACTUALIDAD)
Experiencia profesional:
• Laboró como Directora departamental y Orientadora Vocacional en varias instituciones de nivel de educación media en Ecuador y fue par evaluador en en Consejo de Aseguramiento a la calidad de la educación superior del Gobierno Ecuatoriano, en el proceso de acreditación de Carreras.
• Consejo de Aseguramiento a la calidad de la educación superior del Gobierno Ecuatoriano, en el proceso de acreditación de Carreras.
Área de Investigación:
Sus líneas de investigación están enfocadas en la educación emocional y su incidencia en el aprendizaje, el aprendizaje basado en la investigación como práctica docente, estrategias metodológicas adaptando recursos tecnológicos al silabo docente, clima social familiar y su influencia en la conducta violenta en los escolares y universitarios.

Felipe Gómez Gallo, Vice President Student Affairs IFEES and President SPEED
7:30pm - 9:00pmWS1255: Cómo Enseñar Pensamiento Crítico
Location: Room B Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Uriel Ruben Cukierman, UTN, Argentine Republic
Session Chair: Dr. Eduardo Vendrell Vidal, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. África López-Rey, UNED, Spain
Existe un entendimiento común en la educación superior, y particularmente en la enseñanza STEAM, sobre la necesidad de desarrollar las llamadas "habilidades del siglo XXI", también conocidas como las 4C, que incluyen el pensamiento crítico, el pensamiento creativo, la comunicación y la colaboración. Si bien las dos últimas habilidades probablemente sean más familiares para las facultades, desarrollar habilidades de pensamiento creativo y crítico en nuestros estudiantes es mucho más complicado y difícilmente alcanzable sin una capacitación y orientación adecuadas. El taller propuesto dará a los participantes una idea de lo que significa el Pensamiento Crítico, cuáles son sus componentes y algunas técnicas para enseñar y evaluar esta habilidad en los cursos STEAM.
Uriel R. Cukierman Electronic Engineer by UTN (Argentina) and M.Sc. in Information Technologies by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain). Professor and Researcher and Director of the Center for Educational Research and Innovation at UTN. Research Professor at University of New Mexico (USA). President of the Argentinean Section of IGIP (International Society for Engineering Pedagogy). Member of Institute of Education in Engineering, National Academy of Engineering. Associate Director of InnovaHiEd. Former President of the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES). Honorary Professor at Universidad Ricardo Palma (Perú). IEOM Distinguished Educator Award (EUA). IGIP International Engineering Educator Award (Austria). Eduardo Vendrell Vidal Informatics BSc and PhD by Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). International Engineering Educator ING.PAED.IGIP certified by the International Society for Engineering Pedagogy, IGIP. Associate Professor at the UPV. Former Director of the School of Informatics of the UPV. Past-President of the European Quality Assurance Network for Informatics Education (EQANIE). Past-President of the Spanish Council of Conference of Deans and Directors of Informatics (CODDII) of Spain. Member of the Engineering Education Committee of the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO).
7:30pm - 9:00pmWS1257: Laboratorios Remotos de LabsLand para Electrónica y Diseño Digital
Location: Room C (Philosophy) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Luis Rodríguez-Gil, LabsLand, Spain
Session Chair: Jose Luis Moya, LabsLand, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Javier García-Zubía, University of Deusto, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
La pandemia actual y las tendencias cambiantes en la educación están aumentando la necesidad de flexibilidad y de una mayor experiencia práctica en el aula en un modo de enseñanza en línea. Esto es especialmente importante cuando se trata del ámbito de la ingeniería, para la que las prácticas son fundamentales. LabsLand ayuda a los educadores haciendo que esta transición sea lo más suave posible. El objetivo de esta sesión es familiarizar a los educadores de ingeniería con las tecnologías de laboratorio remoto y con los laboratorios remotos más populares. Durante el taller, presentaremos estas tecnologías. A continuación, describiremos brevemente dos de los laboratorios remotos más populares utilizados en universidades de todo el mundo: Para dispositivos FPGA y para electrónica general. A continuación, los participantes tendrán la oportunidad de experimentar ellos mismos con esos laboratorios mediante sesiones específicas de práctica guiada. Se hará hincapié en la aplicación práctica de esos laboratorios a los cursos de ingeniería. Los participantes también dispondrán de un acceso gratuito y limitado en el tiempo a los laboratorios para que puedan seguir probando y practicando con ellos después del taller.
Luis Rodríguez Gil es co-fundador y CTO de LabsLand. Realizó su doctorado en Ingeniería Informática en la Universidad de Deusto titulado "Improving the remote laboratory experience through augmented characteristics beyond the experiment core", que obtuvo tras su Máster en Seguridad de la Información y su doble título en Ingeniería Informática y en Ingeniería en Organización Industrial en 2013. Ha trabajado durante años en el campo de los laboratorios remotos y de la investigación en este área. Ha colaborado con el equipo de investigación WebLab-Deusto desde 2009. Luis es actualmente miembro Senior de IEEE y miembro de IEEE HKN, y es co-autor de múltiples publicaciones científicas en el área de los laboratorios remotos.
José Luis Moya. I feel passionate about this challenging moment in which technology opens brand new paths in education. After doing a BA in English Studies I have always been linked to education. I hold a master degree in e-learning and education in the UOC and another one in Customer Experience in La Salle IGS. I own a proven sales track in publishing and education, being responsible for business development and key accounts over ten years. LabsLand remote labs Business Developer nationwide.
Javier García-Zubía es catedrático de la Facultad de Ingeniería de la Universidad de Deusto, España. Sus campos de investigación son la experimentación remota y el diseño de sistemas VHDL / FPGA. Es director del grupo de investigación WebLab-Deusto (incluido en Deustek Research Group) que lleva más de 15 años desarrollando laboratorios remotos. Ha publicado cientos de trabajos en libros, congresos y revistas y ha coeditado tres libros sobre experimentación remota con la Universidad de Deusto. Ha participado en proyectos nacionales, europeos e internacionales apoyados por FP7, H2020, Erasmus +, NSF, etc. Ha sido ponente en varios congresos nacionales e internacionales y ha recibido premios de diversas instituciones y asociaciones. Recientemente ha publicado con World Scientific Publishers el libro titulado “Remote laboratories- Empowering STEM education with Technology”.
Date: Tuesday, 16/Nov/2021
9:30am - 5:30pmSup07: Registration and ONSITE conference support
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
9:30am - 7:00pmSup08: Online conference support
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
10:00am - 11:30amSV01: Madrid city online visit (East/Pacific)
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Edmundo Tovar, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Madrid city tour guide: Ana Velasco
Online visit through Madrid as part of the cultural and social experience of the conference. This session is expected for the Asia and East registrants, as well as for the Europa and Africa ones. Will be replicated in the session SV02 for the American registrants
10:00am - 11:30amUNED/ISEP: UNED/ISEP Internal session
Location: Room Meetings (6.19) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Elio San Cristóbal, UNED, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Andre Fidalgo, Isep, Portugal
Session Chair: Dr. Gustavo R. Alves, Polytechnic of Porto - School of Engineering, Portugal
11:30am - 12:00pmCof03: Coffee social break
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
12:00pm - 1:30pmP05: The UNESCO Engineering Report: Engineering for Sustainable Development
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Amal KASRY, UNESCO, France
Session Chair: Rovani Sigamoney, UNESCO, France
Panelists:
Prof. Tariq Durrani, co-chair of the Advisory Board of the Report - Background
Dawn Bonfield,Diversity and Women in Engineering
Soma Chakrabarti, Lifelong learning in Engineering
Yuan Si and the International Centre of Engineering Education (ICEE), Inter-regional trends in engineering around the world
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12:00pm - 1:30pmS01: Diversity, Gender, Identity and Multicultural Education
Location: Room B Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Maria Ileana Ruiz-Cantisani, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico
Session Chair: Prof. Andre Fidalgo, Isep, Portugal
Session Chair: Prof. Elio San Cristóbal, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmS02: Peace of Engineering, Ethics, Global Development and Sustainability
Location: Room D (3.31) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Gericota, School of Engineering - Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Session Chair: Federico Gastón Lerro, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentine Republic
Session Chair: Prof. Rosario Gil Ortego, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmS03: Attributes for the Future Engineer
Location: Room C (Philosophy) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Pedro Fonseca, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
Session Chair: Dr. Claes Fredriksson, Ansys, United Kingdom
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmWS05: Microdegrees
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Alaa Ashmawy, IFEES, Egypt
Session Chair: Prof. Michael Auer, IAOE, Austria
Session Chair: Dr. África López-Rey, UNED, Spain
Engineering education has evolved over a relatively short span of three centuries, from an apprenticeship and self-regulated learning model to a structured college system with predominantly classroom delivery. The current pace of progress in knowledge and new skills driven by the industry are rapidly pressing the need for reform in engineering higher education. New paradigms have emerged in the form of microdegrees and stackable credentials, along with a focus on contextual engineering education, grounded in experiential and project-based learning. In this workshop, IFEES plans for establishing a framework for accrediting stackable credentials and micro-degrees at the global level will be discussed. By the end of this workshop, an 8-month road map for launching a global accreditation system for microdegrees and stackable credentials will be formulated, with input from participants.
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12:00pm - 1:30pmWS129: Reflecting on your Role Modeling with a Scientific Approach
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Virginia Grande, Uppsala University, Sweden
Session Chair: Dr. Anne-Kathrin Peters, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden
Session Chair: Prof. Mats Daniels, Uppsala University, Sweden
Session Chair: Dr. Elena Ruiz Larrocha, UNED, Spain
Having a role model can be beneficial, e.g. students may have higher self-esteem, motivation and academic achievement. We are all potential role models in different contexts. What is it that we model? If we consider whether there is intention and awareness of our own role modeling, how does it affect our reflection on what others may copy from us? In this workshop, participants from all backgrounds, including educators in any career stage (teachers, course coordinators, teaching assistants,...) are invited to think about their achievements and aspects of themselves that they can model for their students (or equivalent). The discussion then broadens to include all kinds of role modeling that the participants deem needed in the contexts they belong to and who (other than the participant themselves) can model these. The results of these discussions can be used by each participant individually to reflect on their own practice and to support discussions with other stakeholders, such as program coordinators or managers.
The facilitators of this workshop have relevant experience in role modeling and identity theory, computing education, and the analysis of achievements and aspects that can be modeled, such as professional competencies. Virginia Grande’s PhD project is about developing the understanding of role modeling in engineering education, particularly in computing, through the use of theories and collected empirical data (interviewing teachers about their experiences as role models for their students). Besides the examples above, ethical theories are part of her work to analyze role modeling. She has organized international conferences and workshops in her different roles over a decade as a volunteer in the Association for Computing Machinery. Professor Mats Daniels provides his expertise in research on professional competencies. An important topic in his work together with Virginia Grande is how development and especially attitudes towards the development of professional competencies, is connected to role model issues. Dr. Anne-Kathrin Peters has researched the discipline as it is constructed in higher education. Her research suggests that disciplinary values and norms in education affect what role models are accessible to students, e.g. we might have women in the discipline but it may not be legitimate to endorse them for their (feminine) ways of participating in the discipline. Students may reject certain professional identities due to the lack of validation from their peers. Peters will contribute with theoretical underpinnings on disciplinary culture and identity and use those to facilitate the discussions.
12:00pm - 1:30pmWS183: Developing Student-Centered Responsibility for their Own Learning; A Metacognitive Approach
Location: Room F (2 - Philology) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Peter Shull, Penn State University, United States of America
Session Chair: Prof. Clara Perez, UNED, Spain
Arguably, student responsibility is one of the biggest factors in student success. Unfortunately, it is one of the success skills that is tacidly assumed students will acquire it on their own. Further, students and faculty rarely have a common understanding of what being responsible means. To further complicate the issue people describe responsibility in terms of specific actions, e.g., turning a paper in on time, attending classes. What they do not do is have a methodology that can be used to determine if an individual is taking responsibility or not.
This workshop will provide participants with clarity on what is meant by taking responsibility, specific methods to determine if one is taking responsibility, and clear, simple methodologies to train students in how to take responsibility for their own learning. These methods can be integrated into any class without loss of learning of the class subject matter. (Note, to increase student and faculty buy in, the methods rely on common engineering tools such as the engineering design process—although here it is used as a meta-cognitive learning tool). Opening
• Introduction of the presenter and his journey.
• Guided Activity—What’s your situation and why it doesn’t change! Yet there is hope and it comes from students acting like college students but in a new way.
B. Developing a common sense of responsibility
• What is student responsibility?
• Activity—audience creating and presenting a skit that demonstrates the basic and common fundamentals of responsibility. The skit emulates faculty’s impressions of student behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes—typically quite hilarious yet enlightening.
• Summarizing and creating a common vocabulary.
C. Developing a common picture of what happens when students are not taking responsibility:
• What is meant when we say students are not being responsible?
• Activity—audience creating and presenting a skit that demonstrates the basic and common fundamentals of a lack of responsibility.
• Summarizing and creating a common vocabulary.
D. Creating a clear picture:
• The audience will synthesize the information in the previous 2 segments and create a clear picture of student responsibility verses lack of responsibility.
E. Introducing the specifics of the method:
• All the methods are solidly grounded in engineering tools that are commonly taught and used in engineering education. This helps create buy-in from students and engineering faculty. 2) The methods require little class time for instruction.
F. Practicing what you preach and understanding the subtleties of the method:
• The audience will practice utilizing their learning in simulated scenario and present experiences.
• Issues and clarifications will be addressed.
• Practical implementation elements will be detailed and practiced.
• Specific details on full implementation will be presented.
G. Developing Lessons:
• The audience will explore their own particular issues and opportunities for implementation at their school.
H. Post workshop support:
• Support for participants implementing the methods will be provided.
Dr. Shull has developed a system of exercises that are designed to develop students’ understanding of the meaning of student responsibility. This method is by design experiential and typically implemented throughout a given course. The actual dedicated class time required for implementation is minimal. The remainder of the learning occurs concurrent with learning of the engineering topical material of the course. The method utilizes a peer mentoring/reflection process whereby students train each other throughout the day-to-day class interactions.
The pilot work was supported by an NSF grant and produced significant result related to students actively taking responsibility for their own learning. Dr. Shull has utilized these methods in all of his engineering classes. They have been adopted by our engineering and engineering technology programs. Dr. Shull has presented this material at numerous venues in the US and internationally. Currently, he is working with a group of universities interested in this work.
1:00pm - 2:00pmLunch02: Lunch ONSITE
Location: Coffee Shop Humanities Faculty
The onsite lunch will be in picnic style, to allow the onsite participants to participate in the sessions they prefer. There will not be stop between the main sessions as we will maximize the worldwide participation.
The onsite participants can pickup the picnic lunch and can eat it inside the coffee shop tables or in any room of the conference EXCEPT in the Main Hall where is not allowed to enter any meal.

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1:30pm - 3:30pmIFEES01: IFEES Awards and Keynotes
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Alaa Ashmawy, IFEES, Egypt
Session Chair: PJ Boardman, MathWorks, United States of America
Session Chair: Prof. Michael Auer, IAOE, Austria
IFEES Awards and Keynotes

Welcome: Alaa Ashmawy
Commemoration of Luis Scavarda: Uriel Cukierman
IFEES Duncan Fraser Award History: Ariela Sofer
Presentation by MathWorks, P.J. Boardman

Mathworks Keynote: Dr. Tanya Morton, "Tackling Climate Change with Education, Research, and Industrial Collaboration", Director Worldwide Customer Success Engineering, MathWorks
In a recent Times Higher Education Leaders survey, 80% of leaders in higher education said that the pursuit of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) informs how their institution operates. Climate action is amongst the most critical of the SDGs - if we don’t tackle climate change, then many of the other SDGs will become unattainable. In this talk, we’ll look at the 3 elements of the Paris Agreement as a framework for climate action, and highlight examples of how engineers and scientists are contributing to the goals of the agreement. We’ll then take a deeper dive into the engineering megatrend that is the electrification of everything. We will look at examples of how engineers and scientists are collaborating across Education, Research and Industry to tackle the climate crisis. Finally, we will share resources that can help engineering educators prepare students to address the world’s grand challenges.

Introduction of Duncan Fraser Award Recipient: Ariela Sofer
Comments from Duncan Fraser Recipient: William Oakes
Presentation by Sponsor: CTI – Michael Auer, CEO and Founding President, IAoE/CTI

Introduction to Lueny Morell Award, Video, & Announcement of 2022 Lueny Morell Award: Uriel Cukierman and Waldemar Ramirez
Recipient of Lueny Morell Award Comments: Viviana Curatolo and Jorge Almiña
Questions, answers and comments
Panel and participants

Final Comments: Alaa Ashmawy

2021 Duncan Fraser Award: William Oakes
2021 Lueny Morell Award for Educational Innovation in Higher Education in STEAM Award: Viviana Curatolo and Jorge Almiña
2021 Duncan Fraser Award Recipient: William Oakes
In recognition of William Oakes work on re-envisioning engineering education, IFEES honors William Oakes with the 2021 IFEES Duncan Fraser Global Award for Excellence in Engineering Education.
William Oakes will be celebrated during the 2021 World Engineering Education Forum, for more information about his accomplishments, click here
A special thank you goes out to our sponsors, without whom this great initiative would not be possible. The 2021 IFEES Duncan Fraser Global Award is supported by Mathworks represented by P.J. Boardman and CTI represented by Michael Auer.

2021 Lueny Morell Award for Educational Innovation in Higher Education in STEAM
Finally, IFEES present the for the first time the 2021 Lueny Morell Award for Educational Innovation in Higher Education in STEAM to Viviana Curatolo and Jorge Almiña from Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Buenos Aires, Argentina, for their proposal of The Entropía Project.
In this way, InnovaHiEd Academy honors the memory of its founder, Lueny Morell, a woman who was characterized by her ability to connect people and entities in favor of educational improvement, with a truly global impact, and 2021 Lueny Morell Award for Educational Innovation in Higher Education in STEAM is supported by CTI/IAoE represented by Michael Auer

This session will honor the IFEES Duncan Fraser Award and the first ever Lueny Morell Award recipients, the sponsors who made this award possible, and the jury members who worked fervently to deliberate the winners.
In recognition of his work on re-envisioning engineering education, IFEES honors William Oakes with the 2021 IFEES Duncan Fraser Global Award for Excellence in Engineering Education.
A special thank you goes out to our sponsors, without whom this great initiative would not be possible. The 2021 IFEES Duncan Fraser Global Award is supported by MathWorks represented by P.J. Boardman and CTI represented by Michael Auer. The 2021 Lueny Morrell Award was facilitated by InnovaHiEd and sponsored by CTI and IAOE.
Hereby, the independent Jury established to define the Lueny Morell Award for educational innovation in Higher Education in STEAM has decided to grant the aforementioned award to the nomination presented by Viviana Curatolo and Jorge Almiña from Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Entropía Project presented by the aforementioned candidacy, considered the context of the initiative, its educational impact and, above all, its social impact.
In this way, InnovaHiEd Academy honors the memory of its founder, Lueny Morell, a woman who was characterized by her ability to connect people and entities in favor of educational improvement, with a truly global impact.
3:30pm - 5:00pmP1217: Presidents Forum: Peace Engineering - A Call to Action 2020-2030
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Ramiro Jordan, ISTEC-UNM, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Alfredo Soeiro, AECEF, Portugal
Session Chair: Prof. Uriel Ruben Cukierman, UTN, Argentine Republic
Panelists:
Manel Martinez-Ramon, King Felipe VI Endowed Chair, Professor, University of New Mexico
Bernard Amadei, UC-Boulder, founder Engineers without Borders-USA
Bruce Cahan, UrbanLogic
Giovanna Fiorillo, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Carlos Fuquene, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Joseph Hughes, Drexel University
Ramiro Jordan, University of New Mexico
Donna Koechner, University of New Mexico
Tagwa Musa, Sudan University of Science and Technology
Mira Olson, Drexel University
Blanca Oviedo, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Margarita Quihuis, Peace Innovation Lab - Stanford
Aniek van Kersen, Peace Engineering Consortium
Felipe Gómez Gallo, Vice President Student Affairs IFEES and President SPEED
Peace Engineering is the application of science, technology, and engineering principles to promote and support peace. It recognizes the important contribution that engineering, the social sciences and other disciplines can make toward a world where prosperity, sustainability, social equity, entrepreneurship, transparency, community voice and engagement, and a culture of quality thrive.
There are urgent calls to action by the National Academy of Engineering , the Nobel Prize Summit , the United Nations, global scientists and others to address and solve, in this decade (2020 – 2030), crucial and widely recognized global challenges before they become more complex and more environmentally, financially, and socially costly; before we reach the point of no return.

WEEF-GEDC 2021 Peace Engineering Panel Pre-conference Discussion:
We will have a Pre-conference discussion, panelists for the WEEF-GEDC 2021 Presidents Forum challenge viewers to get involved.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_0clF-OCLQ
5:00pm - 5:30pmCof04: Coffee social break
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
5:30pm - 7:00pmSV02: Madrid city online visit (West/Americas)
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Edmundo Tovar, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Madrid city tour guide: Ana Velasco
Online visit through Madrid as part of the cultural and social experience of the conference. This session is expected for the American registrants, as well as for the Europa and Africa ones. Is replicated from the session SV01 for the Asia and East registrants
7:30pm - 9:00pmSV03: Madrid ONSITE reception
Location: Serreria Belga MCB
Madrid Convention Bureau reception sponsorship
All onsite registrants are expected to arrive directly to the reception

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Date: Wednesday, 17/Nov/2021
9:30am - 5:30pmSup09: Registration and ONSITE conference support
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
9:30am - 7:00pmSup10: Online conference support
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
10:00am - 11:30amSV04: Madrid cultural online visit (East/Pacific)
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Edmundo Tovar, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Madrid city tour guide: Ana Velasco
Online cultural visit through Madrid complementing the social experience of the conference. This session is expected for the Asia and East registrants, as well as for the Europa and Africa ones. Will be replicated in the session SV05 for the American registrants
11:00am - 1:15pmEDC01: SEFI (internal) BoD
Location: Room Meetings Library Building
Session Chair: Prof. Clara Perez, UNED, Spain
11:30am - 12:00pmCof05: Coffee social break
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
12:00pm - 1:30pmP13: Climate Change
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Michael K J Milligan, ABET, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Ramiro Jordan, ISTEC-UNM, United States of America
Session Chair: Prof. Rosario Gil Ortego, UNED, Spain
Panelists:
Felipe Gómez Gallo, Vice President Student Affairs IFEES and President SPEED
Dr. Tanya Morton, Director Worldwide Customer Success Engineering, MathWorks
Xavier Fouger, Dassault Systèmes, France
Prof. Seeram Ramakrishna, FREng, Everest Chair, Circular Economy Taskforce Chair, National University of Singapore
Dora Smith, Siemens, United States of America
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12:00pm - 1:30pmRTop: Rising to the Top: Women Engineering Leaders Share their Personal Journeys to Professional Success
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Renetta Garrison Tull, University of Calfornia Davis, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Soma Chakrabarti, ANSYS, Inc., United Kingdom
Session Organizers:
Sushma S. Kulkarni (India), Tagwa Musa (Sudan), Stephanie Farrell (USA), Khairiyah Mohd Yusof (Malaysia), Edmundo Tovar (Spain), Prathiba Nagabhushan (Australia), Didem Demir (Turkey), with Hans J. Hoyer, Aliki Pappas, and Salma Wahba for IFEES.

Panelists:

Sponsors:
1. Didem Demir, Arcelik
2. Michael Milligan, ABET

VOLUME-I:
1. Soma Chakrabarti
2. Renetta G. Tull
3. Maria João Viamonte
4. Jane Goodyer

VOLUME-II:
5. Elisa María Ruiz Navas

VOLUME-III:
6. Dr. Divya Nalla
7. Ms. Reena Dayal

VOLUME-IV:
8. Prof. Bancy Mati
9. Dr. Ilham Kissani
The 2021 WEEF/GEDC meeting is proud to continue to uplift the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5 – Gender Equality, and SDG 10 – Reduced Inequalities, by bringing the IFEES/GEDC “Rising to the Top” book series on global women engineering leaders to the 2021 conference venue. IFEES/GEDC says the following about the series:
“For innovations to continue to evolve, it’s necessary to balance gender representation in the field and ensure engineering advancements include all members of society. Rising to the Top provides an intimate and inspiring look into the experiences that have shaped the lives and careers of women engineering leaders from around the world, from Sudan to Chile to Malaysia, and many points in between.”
Today’s session will feature women engineering leaders from these volumes, and will have representation from various parts of the world.

Read more about Rising to the Top:
https://www.gedcouncil.org/rising-to-the-top/
and join us as we continue to elevate global women engineering leaders to be part of the global initiative to highlight women in STEM.
12:00pm - 1:30pmSS1221: Preparing and Developing Skills for Better Employability for STEM and Engineering Graduates (E-STEM)
Location: Room D (3.31) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Anna Friesel, EAEEIE, Denmark
Session Chair: Prof. Edmundo Tovar, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmSS132: COVID-19: Emerging Topics in Engineering Education (CETEE)
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Matthias Gottlieb, Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany
Session Chair: Prof. Sven Strickroth, LMU Munich, Germany
Session Chair: Prof. Matthias C. Utesch, TU Munich, Germany
Session Chair: Dr. Elena Ruiz Larrocha, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmSS201: Virtual Instrument Systems in Reality (VISIR): 20 Years in Engineering Education – What’s Next? (VISIR20)
Location: Room B Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Gustavo R. Alves, Polytechnic of Porto - School of Engineering, Portugal
Session Chair: Prof. Maria Marques, Polytechnic of Porto - School of Engineering (ISEP), Portugal
Session Chair: Dr. Thomas Klinger, Fachhochschule Kaernten - gemeinnuetzige Privatstiftung, Austria
Session Chair: Dr. África López-Rey, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmSS206: Technologies for on-line, Hybrid and Distance Engineering Education (TechEE)
Location: Room C (Philosophy) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Sergio Martin, UNED - Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Ángeles Sánchez-Elvira Paniagua, UNED, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Clara Perez, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmSS218: Digitalized Resources and Artificial Intelligence based Solutions to Support Personalized Teaching and Learning at Higher Education: What is Beyond 2021? (DRAI)
Location: Room F (2 - Philology) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Pedro Fonseca, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
Session Chair: Prof. Jesus Boticario, UNED, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
1:00pm - 2:00pmLunch03: Lunch ONSITE
Location: Coffee Shop Humanities Faculty
The onsite lunch will be in picnic style, to allow the onsite participants to participate in the sessions they prefer. There will not be stop between the main sessions as we will maximize the worldwide participation.
The onsite participants can pickup the picnic lunch and can eat it inside the coffee shop tables or in any room of the conference EXCEPT in the Main Hall where is not allowed to enter any meal.

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1:30pm - 3:30pmGEDC02: GEDC Diversity Award and Keynotes / Joint session GEDC/EDC
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Sirin Tekinay, GEDC, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Natacha DePaola, Illinois Institute of Technology, United States of America
Joint session GEDC (Global Engineering Deans Council) and EDC (European Deans Council)

Invited speakers:
RAI (Real Academia de la Ingeniería): Javier Pérez de Vargas
UGC (University Global Coalition): Stefano Battilosi, (UC3M)

GEDC Diversity Award presentation:
Siemens presentation: Dora Smith, Siemens
George Mason University presentation: Kenneth Ball, George Mason University

Award finalists presentations:
Eva Cheng Eva, Director, Women in Engineering and IT, University of Technology Sydney, ‘STEM x’ supporting engagement and inclusion from the elementary school classroom to ‘Lucy’ university-industry student mentoring
Leticia Almaguer and Patricia Jacques, Professor, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Patrones Hermosos (Beautiful Patterns)
María Gabriela Mago Ramos, Teacher, Universidad Libre, The Role of the female engineer in Maintenance
presented by: Marshall Sheldon, Elizabeth Croft and Leo Kempel.

The GEDC Diversity Award aims to shine a light on successful projects that inspire students from all profiles and backgrounds to study and succeed in engineering. The long-term goal of the award is to increase diversity among the global community of engineers so that the engineering industry reflects the diversity of the communities it supports, with diversity recognized as a driver for innovation and growth. Join the GEDC in celebrating the 2021 Diversity Award Finalists and learn about their important initiatives. The 2021 Diversity Award Recipient will be announced in this session after final deliberation.
3:30pm - 5:00pmGEDC03: GEDC General Assembly
Location: Room Meetings (6.19) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain
3:30pm - 5:00pmS04: Woman, Teamwork and Mentoring in Engineering Education
Location: Room D (3.31) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Patricia Caratozzolo, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico
Session Chair: Dr. Matthias Gottlieb, Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany
Session Chair: Prof. Rosario Gil Ortego, UNED, Spain
3:30pm - 5:00pmSS110: Sustainable Development and Finances for ALL (SF4ALL)
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Elena Ruiz Larrocha, UNED, Spain
Session Chair: Imma Miralles, IEF, Spain
Session Chair: Eva Hernandez, IEF, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain
3:30pm - 5:00pmSS201 2: Virtual Instrument Systems in Reality (VISIR): 20 Years in Engineering Education – What’s Next? (VISIR20) (2)
Location: Room B Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Gustavo R. Alves, Polytechnic of Porto - School of Engineering, Portugal
Session Chair: Prof. Maria Marques, Polytechnic of Porto - School of Engineering (ISEP), Portugal
Session Chair: Dr. Thomas Klinger, Fachhochschule Kaernten - gemeinnuetzige Privatstiftung, Austria
Session Chair: Prof. Clara Perez, UNED, Spain
3:30pm - 5:00pmVT01: Siemens eXplore Connected Campus experience !
Location: Room F (2 - Philology) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Erica Burkhart, Siemens, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Felix Garcia Loro, Uned, Spain
Presenter:
Erica Burkhart, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Join us for an exclusive first look at eXplore , a soon to be launched, self-guided virtual experience highlighting the benefits of the Siemens academic program. At Siemens, we invest in the academic community, because we know who will transform industries and change the world. We know it will be the learners and educators of today who will create a better, more sustainable tomorrow.
eXplore Connected Campus provides a self-paced, real-world storytelling experience with exclusive content. The audience can choose to follow the journey of a learner or educator as they navigate their unique path through academia. Throughout the experience, the audience will hear insights from likeminded peers and innovators, receiving practical tips and resources along the way.
3:30pm - 5:00pmWS02: PSoC®- 6 IoT Workshop (Infineon)
Location: Room C (Philosophy) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Patrick Kane, Infineon, United States of America
Session Chair: Prof. Elio San Cristóbal, UNED, Spain
The Infineon University Alliance Cordially Invites You to Attend A
PSoC®- 6 IoT Workshop
WHY: • Leave with the knowledge of PSoC 6 Architecture and ModusToolboxTM Software and learn how you can quickly create an embedded IoT design AND receive a free PSoC 6 CY4343W prototyping kit. • Learn all about the latest Infineon PSoC technology. PSoC is a family of programmable devices featuring analog, digital, and an embedded MCU – all on one chip. PSoC is truly the world’s first Programmable System-On-Chip
Agenda: • Introduction to ModusToolbox IDE and PSoC 6 architecture • Hands-on lab session using the CY8CPROTO-062-4343W to create a simple Wi-Fi project • Wrap-up
Patrick Kane EdD, Global Education Programs, Director Infineon University Alliance and Managed Xilinx University Program, Online and In-Person Educator, Specializing in Programmable Embedded Systems Patrick Kane has been the director of Cypress University Alliances (CUA) at Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, An Infineon Technologies Company since 2006. The University Alliance Program is dedicated to partnering with academia to ensure that professors and students have access to the latest Cypress and Infineon technology for use in education and research. Before joining Cypress, Kane spent over 13 years at Xilinx in a variety of technical and marketing roles including Applications Engineering, Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Technical Training, and directed the Xilinx University Program (XUP). Prior to Xilinx, he spent several years at both Advanced Micro Devices and Lattice Semiconductor. Dr. Kane was an affiliate professor in the CEPS department at University Of New Hampshire, Durham 2013-2016.Dr. Kane holds ASEET, BSEE, and MBA degrees as well as a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Technology. He has authored numerous articles and conference papers throughout his career. https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-kane-edd-25aa48/
3:30pm - 5:00pmWS06: Electrification, AI and the Future of Engineering Education
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Carlos Sanchis, MathWorks, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
The electrification megatrend is driving the replacement of less efficient technologies and helping us achieve a more sustainable future. With the switch to power electronics, batteries and electric machines of all sizes, it has become commonplace to deploy more and more embedded devices to control them. At the same time, with more access to data and computing power than ever before, machine learning is providing us with new ways to develop algorithms. When combined with ever more electronic and more programmable machines, we are facing the opportunity and the challenge to build increasingly autonomous systems.
How can engineers architect such complex systems, iterate quickly and validate their designs along the way? For many companies across industries, from renewable energies to mechatronics or transportation, the answer is Model-Based Design. In this presentation, we will look at how they are leveraging MATLAB® and domain-specific tools, with Simulink® as an integration platform to model multi-domain systems, validate their behavior and deploy code for them.
With such convergence of mechanics, electronics and software, how must the skills of future engineers evolve? We will share examples of how leading universities around the world are adapting their curricula to include more active learning with professional tools to help their students gain interdisciplinary skills and systems thinking.
Carlos Sanchis
Carlos holds an MSc in Industrial Engineering (with majors in Electronics and Controls) from the Technical University of Valencia (UPV) and an MPM in Project Management from the La Salle Business Engineering School. For 13 years he has been applying MATLAB, Simulink and other technologies to Data Analytics, Electronics R&D, Power Grid Modelling and Programming at different companies. Today he is a senior member of the MathWorks Academic Group, a team of engineers consulting with the academic community and collaborating with leading institutions on innovative teaching and research projects with MATLAB and Simulink.
3:45pm - 5:00pmEDC02: SEFI (internal) BoD
Location: Room Meetings Library Building
Session Chair: Prof. Clara Perez, UNED, Spain
5:00pm - 5:30pmCof06: Coffee social break
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
5:30pm - 7:00pmSV05: Madrid cultural online visit (West/Americas)
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Edmundo Tovar, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Madrid city tour guide: Ana Velasco
Online cultural visit through Madrid complementing the social experience of the conference. This session is expected for the American registrants, as well as for the Europa and Africa ones. Is replicated from the session SV04 for the Asia and East registrants
7:00pm - 7:30pmBus02: Upload of Bus for the Madrid city visit
Location: CEIGRAM UPM
7:30pm - 9:00pmSV06: Madrid ONSITE visit
Visit to Madrid onsite by bus with tourist guide
Madrid city tour guide: Ana Velasco and Maria Luisa Velasco
9:00pm - 11:30pmSV07: Madrid ONSITE diner
Location: Torero Essential Flamenco
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Onsite diner with the onsite attendees to the conference enjoying Spanish food and entertainment. We will have a first immersion of Spanish art and culture during 30 minutes of Flamenco show from 10 pm to 10:30 pm and 10:30 pm to 11 pm, dividing the attendees in two groups. During and after the flamenco shows you will have an open bar until 11:30 pm. HAVE in mind we will have the last day of the conference from 10 am on Thursday 18th !
Date: Thursday, 18/Nov/2021
9:30am - 5:30pmSup11: Registration and ONSITE conference support
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
9:30am - 7:00pmSup12: Online conference support
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
10:00am - 11:30amP06: Synergy R&D in Materials, Circular Economy and Projects in Engineering
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Uriel Ruben Cukierman, UTN, Argentine Republic
Session Chair: Prof. Andre Fidalgo, Isep, Portugal
Panelists:
Prof. Seeram Ramakrishna, FREng, Everest Chair, Circular Economy Taskforce Chair, National University of Singapore
Dr Archana Mantri, Vice Chancellor, Chitkara University, India
Zhenghe Xu, Founding Dean, College of Engineering, SUSTech, China
Prof. Cristina Trois, Former Dean, Head of the School of Engineering at UKZN, South Africa

10:00am - 11:30amWS03: Bridging the Employability Gap for Engineering Students
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Sorab Bajaj, Coursera, India
Session Chair: Dr. África López-Rey, UNED, Spain
Engineering students are trailing behind in key digital skills that employers need, such as software engineering, statistical programming and data management, according to newly published research from Coursera that benchmarks skill levels of learners from 4,000 colleges and universities. Join Sorabh Bajaj, Skills Transformation Consultant, to discover how to leverage Coursera’s SkillSets and Guided Projects to help engineering students develop in-demand career skills. In this workshop, you will also learn about models of integrating e-learning in the student journey. Keywords—digital skills, engineering projects, e-learning, students
AGENDA
5 minutes Introduction
20 minutes SkillSets
20 minutes Guided Projects
20 minutes Models of integrating e-learning in the student journey
Sorabh Bajaj serves as the Skills Transformation Consultant at Coursera, pursuing his passion of enabling students and young professionals to become future-ready. Sorabh has worked in the higher education sector for the last 12 years. In addition, he coaches students and mentors young professionals at Northwestern University, USA, Shiv Nadar University, Masters Union Business School, and Ahmedabad University-UC San Diego (Exec MBA Program).
LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sorabhbajaj/
11:30am - 12:00pmCof07: Coffee social break
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
12:00pm - 1:30pmS05: Strengthening Engineering Education in Developing Countries
Location: Room D (3.31) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Paulo Ferreira, Polytechnic of Porto, School of Engineering, Portugal
Session Chair: Dr. Jamie Gurganus, University of Maryland Baltimore County, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Elena Ruiz Larrocha, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmS06: Future of the Engineering Education
Location: Room B Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Patricia Caratozzolo, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico
Session Chair: Prof. Kay Berkling, Cooperative State University Karlsruhe, Germany
Session Chair: Dr. África López-Rey, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmS07: Student-Centered Learning Environments
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Jordi Cuadros, IQS Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain
Session Chair: Alberto Real-Fernández, University of Alicante, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Elio San Cristóbal, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmS08: Online and Blended Learning
Location: Room F (2 - Philology) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Manuel Gericota, School of Engineering - Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Session Chair: Prof. Andre Fidalgo, Isep, Portugal
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmS09: Scholarship and Development of Teaching and Learning
Location: Room C (Philosophy) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Miguel Rodriguez-Artacho, Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Sarah Zappe, Penn State, United States of America
Session Chair: Prof. Rosario Gil Ortego, UNED, Spain
12:00pm - 1:30pmWS1254: Remote Laboratories for Electronics and Digital Design by LabsLand
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Luis Rodríguez-Gil, LabsLand, Spain
Session Chair: Jose Luis Moya, LabsLand, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Javier García-Zubía, University of Deusto, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Clara Perez, UNED, Spain
The current pandemic and changing trends in education are increasing the need for flexibility and for more practical classroom experience in an online mode of teaching. This is especially important when it comes to engineering education, for which practices are critical. LabsLand helps educators by making this transition as smooth as possible. The purpose of this session is to familiarize engineering educators with remote laboratory technologies and with popular remote laboratories. During the workshop, we will introduce those technologies. Then we will briefly describe two of the most popular remote laboratories used in universities around the world: For FPGA devices and for general electronics. Participants will then have the chance to experiment with those laboratories themselves through specific guided practice sessions. Focus will be put into the practical application of those laboratories to engineering courses. Participants will also be provided with a no-charge time-limited access to the labs so that they may continue trying and practicing with them after the workshop.
Luis Rodríguez Gil is a co-founder and CTO of LabsLand. He holds a Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Deusto titled “Improving the remote laboratory experience through augmented characteristics beyond the experiment core”, which he obtained after his MSc in Information Systems Security in 2014 and his double degree in Computer Engineering and in Management Engineering in 2013. He has been working for years in the field of remote labs and remote lab research. He has collaborated with the WebLab-Deusto remote laboratories research team since 2009. Luis is currently an IEEE Senior Member and a member of the IEEE HKN international honor society, and has co-authored many scientific contributions in the field of remote laboratories research.
José Luis Moya. Apasionado por la educación y este vibrante momento en que la tecnología abre nuevas oportunidades en este ámbito. Licenciado en Filología inglesa por la Universidad de Alcalá, poseo un máster en educación y e-learning por la UOC y un máster en Experiencia de Cliente en La Salle IGS. Poseo una amplia experiencia en desarrollo de negocio en el mundo editorial y educativo. En la actualidad soy responsable de desarrollo de negocio en LabsLand.
Javier García-Zubía is full professor at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto, Spain. His research fields are remote experimentation and the design of VHDL/FPGA systems. He is director of the WebLab-Deusto research group (included in Deustek Research Group) which has been developing remote laboratories for over 15 years. He has published hundreds of works in books, conferences and journals and has co-edited three books on remote experimentation with the University of Deusto. He has been a partner in national, European and international projects supported by FP7, H2020, Erasmus+, NSF, etc. He has been a speaker at several national and international conferences and has received awards from various institutions and associations. He has recently published with World Scientific Publishers the book entitled “Remote laboratories- Empowering STEM education with Technology”.
1:00pm - 2:00pmLunch04: Lunch ONSITE
Location: Coffee Shop Humanities Faculty
The onsite lunch will be in picnic style, to allow the onsite participants to participate in the sessions they prefer. There will not be stop between the main sessions as we will maximize the worldwide participation.
The onsite participants can pickup the picnic lunch and can eat it inside the coffee shop tables or in any room of the conference EXCEPT in the Main Hall where is not allowed to enter any meal.

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1:30pm - 3:30pmClose: Closing session, Keynotes and WEEF/GEDC 2022
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Alaa Ashmawy, IFEES, Egypt
Session Chair: Prof. Sunil Maharaj, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Session Chair: Prof. Paloma Diaz, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Keynotes:
Paul Gilbert, CEO Quanser, presenting an interview with Juan Nasarre, Country Manager, Mathworks and Prof. Natacha de Paola, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director of the IllinoisTech Digital Medical Engineering & Technology (IDMET) Center, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA, GEDC Ambassador

Presentation of the WEEF/GEDC 2022: Sunil Maharaj, University of Pretoria, ZA
Presentation of the WEEF/GEDC 2023

Closing session:
Participants:
Rosa M. Aranda, ViceRector UNED
Fernando Vela, ViceRector UPM
Carlos Delgado Kloos, ViceRector UC3M
Maria Joao Viamonte, President ISEP
Martin Llamas, President Elect IEEE Education Society
Peter Nagy, Vice Chair IEEE Region 8
Maria Laura Polo, Vice President Education Development SPEED
Hans J. Hoyer, IFEES Secretary General and Executive Secretary GEDC
Edmundo Tovar, President IEEE Education Society
Manuel Castro, Past Division Director IEEE
Keynotes:
Paul Gilbert, CEO Quanser, presenting an interview with Juan Nasarre, Country Manager, Mathworks and Prof. Natacha de Paola, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director of the IllinoisTech Digital Medical Engineering & Technology (IDMET) Center, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA, GEDC Ambassador

3:30pm - 5:00pmIFEES02: IFEES General Assembly
Location: Room Meetings (6.19) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
3:30pm - 5:00pmP07: Mental Wellness in Classroom Panel: How can we help?
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Kim Johnston, University of Calgary, Canada
Session Chair: Dr. Melissa Ann Boyce, University of Calgary, Canada
Panelists:
Kim Johnston, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada
Agnes D’Entremont, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Peter Ostafichuk, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Juan Abello, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Melissa Boyce, Department of Psychology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada
Mental Wellbeing of university students is increasingly becoming an important topic to discuss. According to student surveys, a majority of university students report feeling overwhelmed, sad, anxious and lonely. This information brings up the question; What can we, as course instructors, do to positively impact student wellbeing on campus? While we acknowledge this is a very complex topic, each of the panelists and facilitator in this session have developed one or more initiatives to support student wellbeing. In this session, we will describe our initiatives and discuss their successes and challenges. We will invite questions and discussions from our audience members. We hope that this session inspires others with ideas to bring back to their home institutions.
The facilitator and panelists of this session have extensive experience teaching undergraduate students. As course instructors, we have found it uncomfortably common to hear student concerns relating to managing stress and the workload, and even occasionally sharing with us their suicidal thoughts. While many of the students know that there are mental wellness supports in place, they are not well utilized – survey responses from students at one of our institution indicate that only 8% of students have accessed the available campus mental wellbeing resources.
In this panel, we will discuss perspectives on engineering student mental wellness across several different programs at two Canadian universities. Each panelist has developed one or more initiatives to support student mental wellness. The initiatives include; administering wellbeing surveys in first year engineering; creating online wellbeing content, inviting guest lecturers into the classroom to discuss mental wellbeing, developing mental wellbeing classroom activities, assigning reflection assignments in courses, creating weekly email wellbeing check-ins, and more.
We will discuss the initiatives that have been implemented. We will highlight successes (what worked well) and challenges (what didn’t work well).
3:30pm - 5:00pmP08: Entrepreneurship and New Competences in Engineering
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. James Sluss, University of Oklahoma, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Dietmar Rempfer, Purdue University Northwest, United States of America
Session Chair: Prof. Elio San Cristóbal, UNED, Spain
Panelists:
Prof. Natacha de Paola, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director of the IllinoisTech Digital Medical Engineering & Technology (IDMET) Center, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA, GEDC Ambassador
Dr. Lisa Bosman, Associate Professor, Polytechnic Institute, Purdue University, USA
Dr. Thomas Lee FCAE, Walter G. Booth Chair for Engineering Entrepreneurship and Innovation, W. Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
Prasad Mavuduri, CEO, University of Emerging Technologies & Chairman of the Board of The Emerging Tech Foundation, USA
Dr. Andreina Bloom Parisi-Amon, VP of Learning and Teaching, Engageli
3:30pm - 5:00pmP1136: Putting the “Peace” in Peace Engineering: The Carter School Approach
Location: Room B Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Keil Eggers, George Mason University, United States of America
Session Chair: Elana Sokol, Carter School Peace Engineering Lab, United States of America
Session Chair: Ashton Rohmer, George Mason University, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Sergio Martin, UNED - Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain
Panelists:
Keil Eggers, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA
Ashton Rohmer, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA
Elana Sokol, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA
The Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution’s Peace Engineering Lab launched in Fall 2020 to contribute a peace studies perspective to the growing peace engineering movement. The Lab supports experimentation on issues of emerging peace technologies and innovative approaches to intervention that could help peace engineers navigate the complexities of social conflict in their work. The Peace Engineering Fellows at the Carter School Peace Engineering Lab have taken a multi-faceted approach to exploring the emerging and evolving field of peace engineering, particularly as it applies to the intersection of SDG Goals 4 and 16. The panel will be a conversation between three Peace Fellows - with expertise in complexity-informed conflict resolution and SenseMaker, urban planning and community engagement, and digital diplomacy, smart city development, and data trust fiduciaries - around a set of questions focusing community engagement and ethics. The conversation will focus discussion with questions related to two main areas: the experience of the Carter School Peace Engineering Lab entering the peace engineering space from a conflict resolution perspective and approaches to ethical and inclusive community engagement necessary for conflict-sensitive peace engineering. From Complexity-Informed Conflict Resolution: The Carter School Peace Engineering Lab is pioneering work on how SenseMaker, a scalable quantitative approach to narrative research, can support peacebuilders in mapping complex conflicts and engaging communities by asking the simple question, “What can you do tomorrow to create more stories like the ones that you want to see?” SenseMaker is a technology that supports distributed ethnography where community members tell and interpret their own stories. From Urban Planning: Often engineering projects emerge from long-term comprehensive plans that define how a community will develop, shorter-term capital improvement plans that outline financing options for infrastructure projects, and planning efforts across a broad range of policy areas such as resilience and sustainability. As we face an uncertain future due to climate change impacts and one in which frontline communities experience disproportionate vulnerability, these planning processes can be leveraged to engage neighborhoods in charting a path forward. However, our shift from traditional in-person civic participation to virtual engagement raises important questions, challenges, and opportunities related to fostering inclusive participation despite the digital divide. From Data and Smart City Development: Data is speculated to be the new oil. Like valuable commodities, its impact can be misused, exploited, or simply underestimated. Many countries have invested in creating smart cities, allowing them to leverage emerging technologies and data. As countries and organizations increasingly become technologically connected, however, awareness of data rights, trust, transparency, and user design tend to be reactively addressed as an after-fact of these collaboration efforts. Digital diplomacy is emerging as a way to facilitate urban development and data collection processes among stakeholders. Peace engineering approaches can further enable stakeholders to be more proactive and shape a sustainable future. This panel will offer an opportunity to discuss the complexity of these broader processes, open a line of inquiry into the challenges and barriers that exist as engineering schools seek to integrate peacebuilding into their curricula, and explore approaches the Carter School is taking that could deepen the ability of engineers and aligned professions to engage more meaningfully with impacted and interested populations.
3:30pm - 5:00pmP14: Student Success - Preparing Students for Changing Technology
Location: Room C (Philosophy) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Lauren Tabolinsky, MathWorks, United States of America
Session Chair: Prof. Rosario Gil Ortego, UNED, Spain
Panelists:
Lauren Tabolinsky
Lauren joined MathWorks in 2008. Before joining MathWorks, Lauren was an Education Product Manager at Harvard Business School Publishing. Lauren currently manages Academic Programs at MathWorks including the student competition program and student ambassador program. Lauren holds a degree in business administration and marketing from Monmouth University and a Master’s degree in Marketing Communications form Emerson College.
Connell D’Souza. Connell is a senior team lead at MathWorks, managing a team of Engineers that help students adopt Model-Based Design practices for Aerospace, Automotive and Autonomous Systems projects. Connell holds a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University, Boston, MA and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from K.J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai, India where he competed at Formula Student Germany as team lead of Orion Racing India.
Maurice Boueri. Maurice is a Director in the Engineering Development Group (EDG) at MathWorks with teams in the UK (Cambridge) and in the US (Natick, MA). Before joining MathWorks in 2005, he was a researcher at the University of Southern California where he studied Signal Processing and obtained his MS Degree in Electrical Engineering. He also holds a Bachelors of Engineering from the American University of Beirut in Lebanon.
Jennifer J. Gago. Jennifer is a former MATLAB Student Ambassador who currently works with MathWorks to introduce Computational Thinking and Model-Based Design into teaching and research at Spanish universities. Jennifer received her MSc in Robotics and Automation and her BEng in Industrial Technologies Engineering from University Carlos III of Madrid. She has previously worked in Academia, as a roboticist; as well as in Industry, as a mobile X-Ray equipment researcher.
Students play an important role in the adoption of new technology. Software, such as MATLAB and Simulink, helps students apply concepts to industrial and societal real world problems. MathWorks supports you and your students through multiple programs. In this panel discussion, we will explain the programs we offer, how they can help you, and how they help students develop into engineers. We will provide an overview of the programs and have an expert panel answer questions and share their experiences building and working with our programs.
5:00pm - 5:30pmCof08: Coffee social break
Location: Main Hall Lobby Humanities Faculty
5:30pm - 7:00pmIFEES03: IFEES Executive Committee Meeting
Location: Room Meetings (6.19) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Rosario Gil Ortego, UNED, Spain
5:30pm - 7:00pmP09: Ethics and Sustainability in Engineering
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Claudio R Brito, Science and Education Research Organization, Portugal
Session Chair: Dr. Thomas Lee, McMaster University, Canada
Panelists:
Prof. Nael Barakat, Ph.D. P.Eng. FASME, Professor and Chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Texas at Tyler, USA
Iana Aranda, Director, Engineering Global Development, ASME, USA
Rob Schneider, Executive Director, Lemelson Foundation, USA
Yannis C. Yortsos, Dean, USC Viterbi School of Engineering, USA
Mario Bernabé Chauca Saavedra, Advisor reviewer, Vice-Rectorate of Research and Researcher Professor, Ricardo Palma University, Peru
Engineering ethics and sustainability are hot topics of critical importance to both the society and the profession.  However, these two topics would never receive their fair share in an engineering curriculum because of the limited space left after all the hard skills and university requirements have taken their space.  Moreover, engineers do not seem to provide much of their attention to such topics due to the heavy load and concentration required to execute engineering projects.  This situation generates a significant need that inspires engineering educators to be innovative in the content and pedagogy that helps raise awareness of this side of engineering education and bring the context of society to the practice of engineering.  The importance and significance of engineering activities and its impact on society necessitates the inclusion of ethics as part of engineering as much as the need for engineers to participate in public policy with good awareness of the impact of their profession and a clear picture of their limits.  Meanwhile, this is the same basis for sustainability and the need for understanding and integrating sustainability ideas, and practices in engineering as much as any societal endeavors.  This panel will bring some fundamentals thoughts and basis related to the societal impact of engineering and the role of engineering ethics  as well as the placement of sustainability in this matrix.  The panel will also focus on certain areas of contemporary concern which supports and calls for engineering to be the solution for social and environmental concerns while preserving the limits and supporting the profession.
5:30pm - 7:00pmP1219: PROF-XXI: Teaching and Learning Centers to Support the 21st Century Professor
Location: Room A Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Prof. Carlos Delgado Kloos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Session Chair: OLGA LUCIA SAAAVEDRA VILLEGAS, UNIVERSIDAD DE SAN BUENAVENTURA CALI, Colombia
Session Chair: Prof. Elio San Cristóbal, UNED, Spain
Panelists:
Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Mar Pérez-Sanagustín, UPS Toulouse III, France
Miguel Morales, Universidad Galileo, Guatemala
S. Alejandra Recinos Fernández, Universidad de San Carlos, Guatemala
Óscar Jerez, Universidad de Chile, Chile
Mario Solarte, Universidad del Cauca, Colombia
António Moreira Teixeira, Universidade Aberta, Portugal
Astrid Helena González López, Universidad de San Buenaventura Cali, Colombia
PROF-XXI is a European-funded project whose aim is the creation of Teaching and Learning Centers (TLCs) for Latin American Higher Institutions in an effort to promote the development of competences for university professors and foster teaching innovation in onsite, but also in online and hybrid education. PROF-XXI includes a partnership of seven higher education institutions, three from European countries (Spain, France, and Portugal), and four from Latin American countries (two from Guatemala, and two from Colombia). This article presents the main results of the first part of the project, including the diagnosis of institutional practices, the state of the art of TLCs around the world, the framework on 21st century professors in Latin America, and the PROF-XXI framework.
In this rapidly evolving and increasingly digitized society, especially after covid-19, all stakeholders in Higher Education Institutions must learn to adapt to the new circumstances. This means that both faculty and university governance must learn to teach in the digital world. Setting up units for professional development of faculty is now more important than ever. This is the main objective of the PROF-XXI project. PROF-XXI has its origins in the concern of Latin American universities to improve the quality of their teaching and learning processes, derived from a very rapid growth of tertiary education institutions in the Region, and the lack oftrained university professors with the adequate competences to carry out effective innovational processes in the several educational modes that currently exist, including onsite, online and hybrid education. This problem is especially relevant in Guatemala and Colombia, where many private educational entities appeared in the last years, with very high tuition fees, but without this being a differentiating factor in the quality of the education received by students. Therefore, PROF-XXI has a strong focus in Guatemala and Colombia and counts with public and private institutions of different sizes (small, medium, and large higher education institutions) in its consortium.
5:30pm - 7:00pmP1241: How do we teach in Engineering? Educational Paradigms and Teaching Strategies for University Educators
Location: Room B Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Natacha DePaola, Illinois Institute of Technology, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Eric Forcael, Universidad del Bío-Bío, Chile
Session Chair: Dr. Sergio Martin, UNED - Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain
Panelists:
Eric Forcael, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Eng., Universidad del Bío-Bío Concepción, Chile
Gonzalo Garcés, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Eng,. Universidad del Bío-Bïo Concepción, Chile
Andrés Díaz-Lantada, Mechanical Engineering Department, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
This Panel seeks to generate a discussion space around the question “How do we teach in Engineering? and specifically which are the most appropriate teaching-learning techniques that engineering educators use, based on different educational paradigms. This academic and practical discussion will be undertaken under the perspective established in the recently launched book in Spanish “Paradigmas Educativos y Estrategias Didácticas para el Profesorado Universitario” (“How do we teach in Engineering? Educational Paradigms and Teaching Strategies for University Educators”).
Date: Friday, 19/Nov/2021
9:30am - 5:00pmSup13: Online conference support
The online support is available through the online Conference Platform
10:00am - 1:00pmSt08: Student Forum and coffee
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty
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The coffee break will be from 11 am to 11:30 am in the Lobby of the Main Hall of the Humanities building
1:15pm - 2:45pmStL03: Student Forum lunch
Location: Coffee Shop Humanities Faculty
3:00pm - 5:00pmSt09: Student Forum closing
Location: Main Hall Humanities Faculty