The Engineering Professors’ Council Annual Congress 2007 was held at the University of Leeds between the 27th and 28th March.
The themes were Admissions, Industry & Engineering Education Collaboration and Sustainability & Engineering Practices.
The Congress dinner was held at The Royal Armouries.
Please see the detailed schedule for this event, below
Registration & Buffet
Registration & Coffee
Professor Tony Unsworth
Professor John Fisher, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Leeds
Critical Issues Facing Engineering Education and Research
Professor Richard Williams, Vice President, The Royal Academy of Engineering
The National Engineering Programme and its London Engineering Project Pilot
Professor Matthew Harrison, The Royal Academy of Engineering
The Changes in the School Sciences and Mathematics Curriculum
Martin Ball, QCA
The New Specialist Engineering Diploma
John Harris, SEMTA
Collaborating to Build Innovative Generations
Dr Nina Skorupska, Director of Technology Services, RWE npower
Industry Engagement in Engineering Education
Professor John Dickens, Engineering Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Industry-University Partnerships for Engineering Research and Development
Professor Ann Dowling, University of Cambridge
EPC Annual General Meeting
Coach departs Weetwood Hall Hotel to Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds
Drinks reception and Congress Dinner
Coach departs for Weetwood Hall Hotel
Sustainable Development and its Implication for Engineering Education
Professor Roland Clift, University of Surrey
Major Challenges to Engineering Education for Sustainable Development
Heidi Parkes, Engineers of the 21st Century, Forum for the Future
Nuclear Engineering and Safety
Andy Elsden, Nexia Solutions Ltd
University Based Registration – Achieving Chartered Engineer Status for Academics
Peter Collins, Institution of Mechanical Engineers
Engineering for Tomorrow – Developments in Engineering Education, Research and Knowledge Transfer for the Process Sectors
Dr David Brown, Institution of Chemical Engineers
The Institutes Contribution to Improving and Advancing Engineering Education within UK Universities
Michelle Richmond, Institution of Engineering and Technology
Dr Peter Davies, Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining
Conclusion and Closing Remarks
Professor Ray Allen, EPC President-elect
Do engineers have a responsibility to warn the public if there is a chance of risk?
What is circularity, and how does it relate to climate goals or environmental practice?
This case involves an engineer hired to manage the development and installation of a facial recognition project.
What health and safety, environmental, and legal policies affect offshore wind farms?