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Prof. Dr. Susanne Ihsen

Fachgebietsleiterin Gender Studies in den Ingenieurwissenschaften TUM School of Education

Technische Universität München Arcisstraße 21

80290 München

Phone: +49/(0)89 /289 229 36 Fax: +49/(0)89 /289 229 38 Email: ihsen@tum.de

Engineering professions as well as engineering education need a change belonging to more

interdisciplinarity, more social and political integration and more diverse groups (e.g. women and men, people with several cultural backgrounds, ages) creating and producing for the needs of tomorrow. The development of processes to manage this changing is one of my major tasks.

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Ph.D. Anette Kolmos

Professor in Engineering Education and PBL and

Chairholder for UNESCO Chair in Problem Based Learning in Engineering Education President of the European Association of Engineering Education (SEFI)

Aalborg University, Fibigerstaede 13, DK-9920 Aalborg O Phone: + 45/99408307 Fax: +45/98151085 Email: ak@plan.aau.dk

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Dr. Mandy Pastohr

Wiss. Referentin der acatech - Bereich Projektzentrum

acatech – DEUTSCHE AKADEMIE DER TECHNIKWISSENSCHAFTEN Unter den Linden 14

10117 Berlin

Phone: +49/(0)30/2063096-61 Fax: +49/(0)30/206309611 Email: pastohr@acatech.de

Engineering education has to consider a well balanced composition of hard engineering and soft engineering skills. An either or solution of these two categories would certainly miss a future oriented engineering education concept. This includes solid basics in mathematics/physics/engineering fundamentals, the development of engineering skills and expertise to design and realize products and processes which serve for the needs of tomorrow, working together in interdisciplinary engineering teams, knowing about management principles. A challenge for current and future engineering education is to teach these hard and soft skills in a mutually beneficial way.

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Prof. Dr. Dr. Michael E. Auer

President of the International Society for Engineering Education (IGIP) c/o Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Dept. Systems Engineering Europastrasse 4 A-9524 Villach Austria Phone: +43(5)90500-2115 Fax: +43(5)90500-2110 Email: president@igip.org

The aims of the International Society for Engineering Education are inter alia: Improving teaching methods in technical subjects; developing practice-oriented curricula that correspond to the needs of students and employers; encouraging the use of new media in technical teaching; integrating languages and the humanities in engineering education; fostering management training for engineers; promoting environmental awareness; supporting the development of engineering education in developing countries.

My personal area of activity as scientist and university teacher is the development, application and networked use of Online Laboratories.

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Dr. Frank Stefan Becker

Corporate Communications and Government Affairs - Siemens AG

Vorsitzender der Bereichsvertretung Ingenieuraus- und -weiterbildung - VDI Siemens AG, CC GD Wittelsbacherplatz 2 80333 München Tel.: +49 (89) 636-33928 Fax: +49 (89) 636-81979 Email: frank-stefan.becker@siemens.com

Bridging the gap between the requirements of an academic training and selection process on the one side and the competences required in a professional environment on the other side. How can we encourage and support application-oriented, technology-interested young people that may have difficulties with theory to successfully complete their studies? How many students that did not pass a theory-oriented selection process could have become good engineers and master hands-on challenges?

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Professor John Dickens (BSc CEng MICE)

Professor of Engineering Education

Director, Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre Loughborough University

Department of Civil and Building Engineering Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11 3TU

United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1509 222614 Fax: +44 (0)1509 223981

Email: j.g.dickens@lboro.ac.uk

All aspects of supporting learning and teaching in engineering through my roles with

The subject centre and Loughborough’s centre for excellence particularly industry engagement I have taught civil engineering design for many years and my National teaching Fellowship was Partly based on this.

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Lars Funk

Bereichsleiter Beruf und Gesellschaft - VDI Verein der Ingenieure e.V.

VDI Beruf und Gesellschaft VDI-Platz 1

40468 Düsseldorf

Phone: +49 (0) 211 62 14-2 77 Email: funk_l@vdi.de

-Development and testing of measures to reduce the drop out rate in engineering studies -Measures to increase the attractiveness of engineering courses

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James F. Groves (Ph. D., M.S., B.S.E.)

Associate Professor, Assistant Dean for Research and Outreach University of Virginia

School of Engineering and Applied Science PO Box 400235

Charlottesville, VA 22904-4235, USA Phone: 434-924-6261

Fax: 434-924-4086

Email: jgroves@virginia.edu

My primary engineering education interest centers around the development and use of advanced on-line learning environments built upon best practices in education and the state-of-the-art in information technology. I am currently engaged in the development and deployment of such learning environments for pre-college, college, and graduate engineering education.

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Prof. Dr. Hans Rudolf Heinimann

ETH Zürich

Institut f. Terrestrische Ökosysteme / CHN K 72.2 Universitätstrasse 16 8092 Zürich Phone: +41 44 632 32 35 Fax: +41 44 632 11 46 Email: hans.heinimann@env.ethz.ch Homepage: http://www.lue.ethz.ch/

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Günter Heitmann

Retired from: Institut für Berufliche Bildung und Arbeitslehre - TU Berlin, Subject area: engineering education research and curriculum development, Currently active as consultant in engineering education

Gerkrathstr. 7 D-14129 Berlin

Phone: +49/(0)30/3057654

Email: guenter.heitmann@alumni.tu-berlin.de guenter.heitmann@web.de

Promotion of engineering education research, systematic curriculum design approaches, enhancement of teaching and learning through active learning arrangements, quality assurance and accreditation, International standards and qualifications frameworks with regard to engineering education,

Teaching staff development

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Bernd Kassebaum

FB Bildung - Vorstand IG Metall IG Metall – FB Bildung

Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße 79 60329 Frankfurt am Main

Phone: +49 / (0)69 / 6693 2414

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr.-Ing. E. h. Fritz Klocke

Präsidium der acatech RWTH Aachen

WZL - Lehrstuhl für Technologie der Fertigungsverfahren Steinbachstraße 19

52074 Aachen

Phone: +49 (0)241 80 27402 Fax: +49 (0)241 80 22293

Mail: f.klocke@wzl.rwth-aachen.de

Engineering education has to consider a well balanced composition of hard engineering and soft engineering skills. An either or solution of these two categories would certainly miss a future oriented engineering education concept. This includes solid basics in mathematics/physics/engineering fundamentals, the development of engineering skills and expertise to design and realize products and processes which serve for the needs of tomorrow, working together in interdisciplinary engineering teams, knowing about management principles. A challenge for current and future engineering education is to teach these hard and soft skills in a mutually beneficial way.

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Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Müller

Vorstandsmitglied 4ING

Technische Universität München Lehrstuhl für Baumechanik Arcisstraße 21 D-80333 München Phone: +49 (0) 89 289-28348 Fax: +49 (0) 89 289-28665 E-Mail: gerhard.mueller@bv.tum.de

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Joachim Walther (Ph.D.)

Assistant Professor – Area of Specialty: Engineering Education University of Georgia

Driftmier Engineering Center, Room 601E Athens, GA 30602 (USA)

Phone: 706-542-0313 Fax: 706-542-8806

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