Department of Information Technology

Program 3rd CeTUSS workshop

Cross-disciplinarity in Engineering Education

Häggsalen, Ångström, Uppsala, Sweden

Monday, December 5

09.30 Opening, Mats Daniels (CeTUSS), Trond Clausen (IEEE), and Malin Christensson (Cemus)
Darwinism at work: College attitude change may provide college survival (abstract, presentation)
Trond Clausen, Telemark University College Porsgrunn, Norway
10.15 Coffee
10.30 Invited speaker Beth Simon, University of California, San Diego
Ubiquitous Presenter: an electronic lecturing environment (presentation)
Strategies novices use to read and trace code: A multi-institutional study (paper)
12.00 Lunch
13.30 Views from the two main engineering schools in Sweden
Education for European production engineers (paper, presentation)
Cornel Mihai Nicolescu, Ove Bayard, and Magnus Areskough, Royal Institute of Technology
A holistic view on information security training and education (presentation)
Margaretha Eriksson, Royal Institute of Technology
Diversity in an International Master's Programme, a case study (presentation)
Ilona Heldal, Chalmers University
15.00 Coffee
15.30 Integrated education programs
Integration of business administration, computer science, interculture, and statistics (abstract, presentation)
Tim Heyer, Karlstad University
The Systems in Technology and Society engineering program (presentation)
Elisabet Andresdottir, Uppsala University
17.00 End day 1
19.00 Dinner

Tuesday, December 6

09.00 (international and real) student projects
(SPEX) SPreading EXelence in healthcare, an EU project (presentation)
Students, Uppsala University and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
How to manage cultural differences in distributed education (presentation)
Ivica Crnkovic and Rikard Land, Mälardalen University
What do our students want to learn? Insights from a project-based course (abstract, presentation)
Anders Berglund, Uppsala University
10.30 Coffee
11.00 E as in Ethics and Education
Professional ethics in software engineering curricula (paper, presentation)
Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic and Ivica Crnkovic, Mälardalen University
Threshold concepts and disciplines (presentation)
Maja Elmgren, Uppsala University
12.00 Lunch
13.30 13 years with interdisciplinary courses run by students. The Cemus (center
for environmental and development studies at Uppsala University) initiative
Presentation and discussion (presentation)
Malin Christensson, Uppsala University
15.00 Coffee
15.30 Development and assessment of creativity (paper, presentation)
Lars Björklund, University of Linköping
16.00 End

Updated  2006-12-05 23:20:55 by Mats Daniels.