Education and Pedagogy for CS and EEE


Workshop on Education and Pedagogy for Computer Science and Electronic and Electrical Engineering 


Chair: Prof. Naim Dahnoun, University Bristol 

We welcome scholarly contributions to education in electrical and electronics engineering, computer engineering and computer science. The program will include keynote presentations, roundtable discussions and poster sessions. This call for papers is aimed at enhancing pedagogy, technology and knowledge for teaching subjects in electrical and electronics engineering, computer engineering and computer science and not to focus only on technical knowledge.

All topics are aimed for High Education and might include, but are not limited to:
• Technical Knowledge, TK
• Technical Content Knowledge, TCK
• Technical Pedagogical Knowledge, TPK
• Technical Pedagogical Content Knowledge, TPCK
• Scholarship (Discovery, Integration, Application and Teaching)
• Technology for teaching, learning, and assessment
• Technology enhanced learning
• Future of learning environments: flipped and blended learning, electronic marking, electronic feedback and the use of virtual reality.
• Role of Artificial Intelligence in higher education
• MOOCs (Massive Open online Course) platforms.

Scientific and education committee:

  1. Xing Xuefeng,  Jilin University, Changchun, P. R. China,
  2. Shuangyi Yan, University of Bristol., UK,
  3. Aphrodite Ktena, TEI of Sterea Ellada, Greece
  4. Zoran Mitrovic, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
  5. Gordana Medin, University of Montenegro, Montenegro

Submission procedure: Use MECO submission rules, deadlines and templates and submit a paper as regular IEEE Xplore paper via Easy Chair.  Simultaneously send email to informing him about submission and about number of submitted paper. 

Registration: MECO rules apply.

Deadlines: MECO rules apply.

For additional info pls. contact Prof. Naim Dahnoun ( ).

About Prof. Naim Dahnoun

Naim Dahnoun received the Ph.D. degree in biomedical engineering from University of Leicester, Leicester, U.K., in 1990. He was with the Leicester Royal Infirmary as a Researcher on blood flow measurements for femoral bypass grafts and then with University of Leicester as a Lecturer in digital signal processing (DSP). In 1993, he started new research in optical communication at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester, U.K., on wideband optical communication links before joining the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Bristol, Bristol, U.K., in 1994, where he is a Reader in Learning and Teaching of DSP. His main research interests include real-time digital signal processing applied to biomedical engineering, video surveillance, automotive, and optics. In 2003, in recognition of the important role played by universities in educating engineers in new technologies such as real-time DSP, Texas Instruments (NYSE:TXN) presented the first Texas Instruments DSP Educator Award to Dr. Dahnoun for his outstanding contributions to furthering education in DSP technology.


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