Focus

Evolution of engineering education is closely related to industrial revolutions. Now a dominant idea is that education should serve the purposes of a sustainable and agile society, training engineers, teaching staff and managers that are ready to address challenges and digitally transform the economy. It is impossible to achieve this goal without exchanging best practices and ideas among researchers and teachers from different countries and the representatives of leading corporations. A successful private-public partnership creates various forms of interaction to the benefit of engineering education as a system across boundaries.

Governments, research, education, and business communities are tending to unite their efforts to identify development trends in engineering education. These issues are discussed at some global forums, including ICL/IGIP conferences. Since 2016, the nationwide discussion site in Russia has become Synergy, the international network conference. One of its visionaries and organizers is IGIP supported by the leading engineering universities and by PJSC Gazprom. Employers finally get better trained personnel and an annual discussion site for collaboratively solving the issues related to the activities of engineering universities, the quality of graduates, and the measures to be taken to support engineering education. This hypothesis is proven both by our experience in holding the conference in 2016-2019 and by actively borrowing the best practices of different universities, and by translating successful methods to all levels of engineer training, starting from secondary school.

At ICL/IGIP conferences, an important component is the “Russian” sessions. It should be emphasized how good international public-private partnership models are for developing the new forms of interaction between businesses and educational institutions in Russia.

Synergizing the efforts of all those involved in the innovative development of training engineers at universities in line with global trends allows creating an integrated space for higher engineering education.

Topics of Interest

  • Public-Private Partnership within the Context of Digital Transformation
  • WorldSkills Competition As an Efficient Engineer Training Technology
  • Professional Development Programs at an Engineerins University
  • Team Building Technologies in Engineering Education
  • Interaction Experience “University-Industrial Enterprise” for Perfection of Preparation of Engineering Personnel
  • Sponsorship-Based Elite Training of Gifted Students

Submission

Please find the instructions at http://icl-conference.org/current/paper_preparation.php.

Chair

  • Svetlana V. Barabanova, Kazan National Research Technological University, Russia, sveba@inbox.ru

Members

Important Dates

13 Apr 2020EXTENDED:
Submission of
- structured abstracts (full paper, short paper, poster) for the main conference
- Special Session Proposals
20 Apr 2020- Notification of acceptance for abstracts for the main conference
- Special sessions notification and announcement
01 Jun 2020Submission of complete papers for all submission types
22 Jun 2020Notification of Acceptance
20 Jul 2020- Author Registration Deadline
- Camera-ready due
23 Sep 2020Conference Opening

Important Dates

13 Apr 2020EXTENDED:
Submission of
- structured abstracts (full paper, short paper, poster) for the main conference
- Special Session Proposals
20 Apr 2020- Notification of acceptance for abstracts for the main conference
- Special sessions notification and announcement
01 Jun 2020Submission of complete papers for all submission types
22 Jun 2020Notification of Acceptance
20 Jul 2020- Author Registration Deadline
- Camera-ready due
23 Sep 2020Conference Opening

Contact

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Mail: info@icl-conference.org
ICL2020 Chairs
Mail: icl2020@taltech.ee

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