International Conference on Engineering Education & Research
21 - 24 November 2016
- The UPDATED conference program is now available here. (last updated 18 November)
- The Conference Shuttle Bus Timetable is now available here.
- We are pleased to confirm our Sponsors for the conference. Please support our Sponsors and visit their websites.
- The ISBN number for the conference proceedings is 978-0-646-95724-1
Advice for accepted authors:
- If your current submission in EasyChair is the final version and ready for publishing, then there is no need for any further paper submission. We will take this version as your final camera-ready version for publishing.
- If your current submission in EasyChair needs to be updated so it is ready for final publishing, then please submit a new version in EasyChair by 24 October 2016. We understand this may give a new paper ID, however we will use the most recent submission as your final copy.
Key Dates available here. (Last updated 5 September 2016)
Paper Submission Templates available here.
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The International Conference on Engineering Education and Research, 2016 (ICEER 2016) is jointly organised by the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics at Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia and the International Network for Engineering Education and Research (iNEER).
iNEER is a global professional organisation formed by the world engineering community to promote mutual progress in teaching and learning through international cooperation. iNEER is a non-profit organisation based in Potomac, Maryland, USA. The widening network of educators and researchers associated with iNEER covers 98 countries and is linked through the iNEER website, archival publications, electronic communication system and various conferences, workshops and retreats worldwide.
ICEER 2016 will be hosted at the Parramatta Campus which is situated on the Parramatta River, 20km from the Sydney CBD and is well connected by rail, road and ferry networks. Sydney (opens in a new window), with its population of 5 million, is the largest city in Australia. The traditional landmarks of the Sydney Harbour; including the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge are within easy reach of the conference venue as is the Blue Mountains (opens in a new window) World Heritage National Park.
The development in engineering and technology is advancing rapidly, which is making currency and delivery of existing curricula in engineering education challenging. The recent trends and advancements in engineering education will be discussed by many leading educators from all around the world who will gather at iCEER 2016.The main objectives of this conference are to provide an opportunity of professional interaction amongst the educators, researchers, academics and students, and to showcase the latest developments and trends in engineering education.
Authors are invited to submit papers on a wide range of topics on current best practices in education of future Engineers as well as practices which should be adopted in the wake of recent research and growing demands due to the fast paced advances in technology applications.