Conference Program

09:00-10:00 Registration
10:00-10:45 Opening Session
10:45-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:15 Session 1: Teaching Strategies and Methods for Better Learning
  Flipped classroom for a statistical course: A case study
  Evangelia Triantafyllou, Olga Timcenko
  Constraints and Requirements in designing an e-learning Environment
  Maria João M. Martins, F. P. Maciel Barbosa, C. Machado Ferreira, M.T. Valdez
  Teaching Formal Methods: Experience at UPMC and UP13 with CosyVerif
  Étienne André, Fabrice Kordon, Laure Petrucci
  Biomedical Engineering Education and Medical Education by E-Learning
  Dorin Popescu, Taina -Elena Avramescu, Livia-Carmen Popescu, Stavros Perantonis, Juan Lopez Pascual, Olivera Lupescu, Ioannis Pratikakis
  Using Twitter as a Diagnostic Teaching and Learning Assessment Tool
  Bahar Karaoğlan, Cemre Candemir, Elif Haytaoğlu, Gül Boztok Algın, Sercan Demirci
12:15-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:15 Session 2: Engineering Education I
  Collaborative Projects Involving Industry and Academia to Enhance Electrical Engineering Education: The Perspective of three Portuguese Higher Education Institutions at the Master Degree Level
  Maria João Martins, Fernando Lopes, Inácio Fonseca, C. Machado Ferreira, F. Maciel Barbosa
  Big Data Challenges in the Information Engineering Education
  Mehmet C.Okur, Mustafa Büyükkeçeci
  National Ranking of the Mechanical Engineering Career Taught at the Azcapotzalco Campus Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico
  Zeferino Damian- Noriega, Francisco Beltrán Carbajal ,Sergio A. Villanueva-Pruneda, Romy Pérez-Moreno, Gilberto D. Alvarez-Miranda, J. Pedro A. Puerta- Huerta, Ernesto Montes-Estrada
  On The Epistemological Basis Of Enginnering Knowledge
  Víctor Alcántara Alza
  Benefits of Collaboration between a University and a Vocational College
  Tomáš Zeman, Jaromír Hrad
15:15-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:00 Session 3: Engineering Education II
  Traineeships - continuous learning and training in a work context
  Filipe M.M. Raminhos, M. M. Travassos Valdez, C. Machado Ferreira, F. P. Maciel Barbosa
  Micro/Nano Technology Challenges and Training Opportunities
  Roussi Minev, Nina Bencheva, Yoana Ruseva
  Education in Energy Efficiency – the TEMPUS Project “ENERGY”
  Aleksy Patryn,Nadezhda Kunicina, Anatolijs Zabašta, Leonids Ribickis, Alexander Fedotov
  Improvement of doctoral studies in Electrical and Information Engineering through the High level courses in Europe
  Olivier Bonnaud, Anne-Claire Salaün, Ahmad Bsiesy, Laurent Fesquet
  Students dealing with delicate topics through cooperation with industry
  Jaka Polutnik, Jernej Burkeljca, Aida Kamišalić Latifić
  Student Thesis And Projects – Examples Of Solutions for Real Environments
  Marjan Druzovec, Tatjana Welzer, Jaka Polutnik
  From optic physic to Fiber To The Home Pedagogical evolution to meet professionals' skills
  Denis Genon-Catalot, Michel Facerias
09:30-10:30 Session 4: SALEIE I
  Engineering Higher Education System - Best Practice Examples
  Dorian Cojocaru, Dorin Popescu, Răzvan Tudor Tănasie, Laura Grindei, Anthony Ward
  Trends and EIE Higher Education Response to the Current Global Technical Challenges
  Marian Poboroniuc, Laura Grindei, Anna Friesel, Antoanela Naaji, Dorian Cojocaru, Dorin Popescu, Anthony Ward
  AccessLab: A study of the accessibility of numeric documents in higher education courses. A lever against the digital divide for students with disabilities
  Véronique Lespinet-Najib, François Demontoux, Nathalie Pinede, Christian Belio, Vincent Liquete, Hélène Frémont
  Barriers for young pupils with disabilities to access Higher Education. Breakpoints identified and levers to solve it
  François Demontoux, Véronique Lespinet Najib, Hélène Frémont, Eric Woirgard, Corinne Ponce, Arlette Grandpré
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:00 Session 5: SALEIE II
  Support of students with special needs at the Czech Technical University in Prague
  Lenka Lhotska, Olga Stepankova
  Advice and Guidance for Departments on Placements for Disabled Students: A Perspective from the University of York
  Penn Snowden, Ian Grout
  Remote laboratories to support electrical and information engineering (EIE) laboratory access for students with disabilities
  Ian Grout
  Survey of higher education of students with special needs in Electrical and Information Engineering (EIE) study programs in Slovakia
  Jana Ligušová, Iveta Zolotová, Alena Galajdová
  Students with disabilities at the UM-Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  Tatjana Welzer, Vladka Kožuh Ledinek
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30 Session 6: Tools for Teaching and Learning Skills / Interdisiplinary Learning I
  Open Badge Factory Project Consortium
  Mikko Myllymäki, Ismo Hakala
  Object Oriented Business Architecture on Online-exam and Assignment System
  Erden Başar, Teymur Hacızade
  Evaluation of SysML Software for Teaching Systems Engineering Basics
  Helena Kruus, Gert Jervan
  Teaching Modeling in SysML/UML and Problems Encountered
  Helena Kruus, Tarmo Robal, Gert Jervan
14:30-14:45 Coffee Break
14:45-15:45 Session 7: Tools for Teaching and Learning Skills / Interdisiplinary Learning II
  Asynchronous software systems projected to support teaching and learning in Higher Education
  M. Travassos Valdez, C. Machado Ferreira, Maria João M. Martins, F. P. Maciel Barbosa
  Interdisciplinary Learning of Science and Engineering: Education Students' Attitudes
  Aharon Gero
  An Interdisciplinary Telemetry Project to Fight Forest Fires
  O. M. C. Miranda, António Baptista, Maria João M. Martins
  Deep versus broad knowledge in interdisciplinary education
  Lenka Lhotska, Olga Stepankova
15:45-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-17:00 Conference Closing
Exclusive Excursion (EPHESUS & MARY' S HOUSE)