Please find below information for presentations at the
upcoming conference in Montreal from June 18 to 20.
The presentations will be in the Lassonde Building
(Building 2A) of Ecole Polytechnique on the University of Montreal Campus.
Please find location information on the campus map at the following URL :
The road to follow is indicated in green dotted line from
the metro station "Université de Montréal".
A preliminary program has been posted a few weeks ago on
the CEEA website at http://www.ceea.ca/. A
final updated program incorporating various minor changes and room numbers will
be posted early next week.
If you require any further information, please do not
hesitate to contact us.
We look forward to welcoming you in Montreal.
Technical Program Co-Chair
Authors are invited to submit abstract of approximately 300-words on a broad range of topics relevant to engineering education, including but not limited to areas such as engineering education research, design and integrated learning, engineering accreditation including outcomes assessment, on-line learning and other innovative teaching methods, curriculum enhancement, professional development, industry/academic partnership, capstone and multidisciplinary design, engineering and society, engineering outreach – and others.
Circlular June 2013 (PDF) French (PDF) - coming soon
The theme of this year’s conference is Engineering Leadership – what better place to emphasize leadership than in the student program! This year’s student program will be more ambitious than ever - feature talks and poster presentations on a variety of topics, as well as a student panel discussion on what constitutes a high-quality learning environment in engineering, and describing the qualities of a good engineering teacher.
The main objective of the student presentations is to learn more about the students' perspective on engineering education, both from the "receiving" point of view, as well as the "supplier" point of view. Both graduate and undergraduate students are welcome to participate.
An electronic copy of each abstract should be submitted in Adobe PDF format via Easy Chair. The submission requires detailed information about each author. Upon peer review and acceptance of abstract, authors may choose to submit a full conference paper (six pages) or a one-page condensed paper. The accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of the conference.
14 January, 2013 – 300-word abstracts submission deadline - Regular Conference
11 February, 2013 – Notification of acceptance - Regualr Conference
14 February, 2013 – 300-word abstracts submission deadline - Student Program
15 April, 2013 ** EXTENDED 3 May, 2013 – Final papers/condensed papers due