The general set up of the Symposium Challenges and Frontiers in Engineering Education is a two-partite program, consisting of a scientific part in parallel sessions and public part including celebration ceremony.
The scientific part forms the backbone of the symposium. Scientists, researchers and policymakers join in parallel sessions to discuss the different aspects of Engineering Education. Per university, a delegation of students will be invited to discuss along with their scientific counterparts. The subtopics are prepared by the scientific committee.
The public part is the conclusion of a day full of discussions and presentations. High level guest and CLUSTER-presidents will reflect on the outcomes of the Symposium with the participating students. The public part is also the most festive of the Symposium, with a closing ceremony and a network event.
Below, you will find an overview of the total program as scheduled in Eindhoven on the 22nd of October 2015:
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