The theme of the Conference is Diversity and Ethics in Education for an Inclusive and Sustainable World. Education drives the world and through engineering education, and in our roles as educators, academia, institutions and students, we are part of the forces that we can support, reinforce, vitalize and respond to the needs of inclusion, diversity and sustainability inside our present and future.

We invite submissions for papers, workshops, panels and Special Sessions, which address the following themes (though not limited to this list):
  • Women in engineering and engineering education
  • Mental Health in engineering education
  • Peace engineering
  • The ethical challenge and engineering education
  • Diversity, gender, identity and multicultural education
  • Mobility: virtual, programs and internships
  • Graduate attributes for the future engineer
  • Strengthening engineering education in developing countries
  • K-12 STEM Education Initiatives
  • Student-Centered Learning Environments
  • Engineering education student organizations
  • International studies and students
  • Teamwork and mentoring
  • Progression, retention, attrition and persistence
  • Multicultural diversity in the workplace
  • Sustainability and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Online and blended learning
  • Future of the engineering education
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Development of engineering educators
  • Engaging Undergraduate Students in Research
  • Climate change and engineering education
  • Mastering Digitalization, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Game-Based Learning and Gamification for Engineering Education
  • Lab concepts (traditional, online, remote, pocket) in Engineering Education
  • Data driven engineering education
  • Automation technology and machine safety
  • Future of skills for the Industry
  • Lifelong learning in a changing world
  • University and industry/institutions and connections
  • Virtual and distributed workforce
  • Foundations of the university of the future
  • Work integrated learning in a virtual environment