The 2021 GEDC Industry Forum will take place from 20th-23rd September 2021 in partnership with the International Society for Engineering Pedagogy (IGIP) and TU Dresden’s Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences “Friedrich List”, Institute of Traffic Telematics (TUD IoT).
The Forum will precede the 24th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning and the 50th IGIP International Conference on Engineering Pedagogy (ICL2021) taking place from 22-24 September, also in Dresden, Germany and Online.
The core theme of the ICL and IGIP events will be “Mobility for Smart Cities and Regional Development – Challenges for Higher Education”. The GEDC Industry Forum will support this theme with a broad and deep discussion of related topics which industry and engineering education leaders must explore to design the way forward, together.
The event is being planned for both online and in person participation. While we hope to be able to welcome many visitors in person in Dresden, Germany, online participation and interaction will be planned as an integral part of the event delivery, to the benefit and full engagement of any participant who would like to join us without travelling.
A preliminary programme can be found below. A detailed programme with specific timings and more information on the organisation of online and in person activity will be published here soon.
In line with the location of the event hosts at TU Dresden, all timings are listed in Central European Summer Time (CEST). Participation in the IGIP/ICL programme in person or online will be possible for all GEDC participants who sign up to the joint registration offer.
1. Get Your Invite: If you have not received one directly, get in touch to request an invitation to the event.
2. Register for the event: Use the link provided in your invitation to secure your place at the online event and choose your preferences for additional activities on offer.
3. Confirm your options: A member of the organising team will be in touch to confirm your options and collect additional information from you to support your participation in the event.
To maintain the highly interactive nature of the event which allows every voice to be heard, participation is by invitation only with the number of places available deliberately low. We’d be delighted to hear from more potential participants and contributors so if you would like to receive an invitation, please get in touch: email@example.com
A small number of engaging, interactive sponsorship opportunities are available to support the event, our publications and outreach activity. Find out more here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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