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International Forum on Engineering Education and Industry Practice | Beijing

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The Co-chairs, organizing committee, faculty of Tsinghua University, and the executive of Quanser are honored to invite you to participate in the first International Forum on Engineering Education and Industry Practice (IEEI), to be held on the campus of Tsinghua University in Beijing on April 23-24, 2018.

This Forum is a unique collaboration between the renowned Tsinghua University, key leaders in the global academic community, and prominent industry partners to provide a dynamic, engaging platform to discuss the challenges of modern engineering education in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Moreover, the Forum program is designed to encourage vigorous discussion and practical workshops.

This IEEI Forum is part of a series of international workshops and forums bringing academic leadership and progressive industry together to produce practical and effective recommendations to challenges in modern engineering education. Accordingly, the program includes interactive workshop portions where attendees engage in collaborative discussion on challenging topics and experience technology advances, first hand. There will also be plenty of time to explore and tour Tsinghua University and network with Chinese and international faculty peers.

The Co-chairs and organizing committee believe your experience and on-going leadership within the global engineering education community will offer vital contributions to the success of the Forum. We encourage you to find out more about the meeting and ultimately join us as we build stronger collaboration among the engineering education innovators.

For more information, please contact Forum Moderator, Dr. Tom Lee, Forum Coordinator Ms. Josie Rahaman or visit https://www.tsinghuaengforum2018.com/.

 

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