ICL2019 25-28 September 2019, Intercontinental Bangkok, Thailand

ICL2019 25-28 September 2019, Intercontinental Bangkok, Thailand

As Keynote Speakers our invitation already accepted:

  • Xavier Fouger, Dassault Systemes, Senior Director Global Academia Programs
  • Doru Ursutiu, IAOE Past President, Romania
  • Stefan Vorbach, Vice-Rector Technical University Graz, Austria

Doru Ursutiu
Manager of Center for Valorization and Transfer of Competence, "Transylavania" University of Brasov, Romania

Affective Education and New Technologies starting from Music Therapy to Engineering Education!

For any enterprise, a key success factor is the quality of the product it delivers. In the education sector, this “product” is the delivery process itself, while in medicine, the customer – i.e. the student – actually takes part in the process as a “co-producer”.

This interactive aspect of the service delivery has a significant consequence for us as technology providers in medicine (actual and important now in Engineering Education), namely that any time student who fail to engage with the educational process, they suffer a kind of “loss” in this process.

More relevant to this report is the fact that people trying to predict the future of the education often disagree on the trends and drivers affecting it the most, and hence they don't draw the same conclusions about the direction of future evolutions.

Niels Bohr was right when he said, “Prediction is difficult, especially about the future.”

Engineering Education must engage the students in both the cognitive domain - developing ability to perform the techniques - and in the affective domain - transforming the student's belief to recognize the positive value of the engineering education methods. We need to think how to fill the current gap in addressing the affective domain in Music Therapy and how to extend it to Engineering Education.

The Speaker

Photo of Doru UrsutiuProf.Dr.Phys. Doru Ursutiu (udoru@unitbv.ro) is the Manager of Center for Valorization and Transfer of Competence CVTC from „Transylvania” University of Brasov (https://www.unitbv.ro/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2142) and coordinator of CVTC Creativity Laboratory. He completed his studies of Physics at the „Babes-Bolyai” University from Cluj-Napoca – Romania and is specialized in Open and Distance Learning (LOLA course - Heriot Watt University UK) and Noise in Electronic Systems.

The key qualifications of Prof. Ursutiu are Physics, Electronics (with a doctorate in Noise and Fluctuations in Electronic Systems and Devices), Graphical Programming, Remote and Virtual Instrumentation.

He is Associate member of Academy of Romanian Scientists AOSR, member of Executive Committee - Central European Chapter of Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) and Past_President of International Association of Online Engineering IAOE. In the same time he is member of Scientific Committee and reviewer for many international conferences and publications (REV, ICL, IMCL, EURODL, IJIM, IJ-SoTL, etc.)


Important Dates

03 Apr 2019Submission of
- structured abstracts (full paper, short paper, poster) for the main conference
- Special Session Proposals
26 Apr 2019- Notification of acceptance for abstracts for the main conference
- Special sessions notification and announcement
03 Jun 2019Submission of complete papers for all submission types
28 Jun 2019Notification of Acceptance
22 Jul 2019Author Registration Deadline
22 Jul 2019Camera-ready due
25 Sep 2019Conference Opening

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