Sustainable engineering master module – insights from three cohorts of European engineering team

Bartłomiej Gładysz , Marcello Urgo , Tim Stock , Cecilia Haskins , Elżbieta Jarzębowska , Felix Sieckmann , Holger Kohl , Jan Ola Strandhagen , Tulio Tollio

Abstract

Mobility and transnational migration are current social developments among the population of the European Union. These developments in both society-at-large and companies, linked to the challenges of sustainability, lead to new requirements for working in the European Union. Teaching and learning in higher education needs to adapt to these requirements. As a result, new and innovative teaching and learning practices in higher education should provide competencies for transnational teamwork in the curriculum of tomorrow’s engineers in order to ensure their competitiveness in the job market. A transnational project-oriented teaching and learning framework, which provides the future key competencies for young engineers was implemented in the course European Engineering Team (EET). Engineering students from four countries participated in a new project-based course that focused on the development of innovative and sustainable products and opportunities. The goal of this paper is to present results and lessons learnt from three cohorts of EET.
Author Bartłomiej Gładysz (FPE / IOPS)
Bartłomiej Gładysz,,
- The Institute of Organization of Production Systems
, Marcello Urgo
Marcello Urgo,,
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, Tim Stock
Tim Stock,,
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, Cecilia Haskins
Cecilia Haskins,,
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, Elżbieta Jarzębowska (FPAE / IAAM)
Elżbieta Jarzębowska,,
- The Institute of Aeronautics and Applied Mechanics
, Felix Sieckmann
Felix Sieckmann,,
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, Holger Kohl
Holger Kohl,,
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, Jan Ola Strandhagen
Jan Ola Strandhagen,,
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, Tulio Tollio
Tulio Tollio,,
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Journal seriesInternational Journal of Sustainable Manufacturing, ISSN 1742-7223, e-ISSN 1742-7231
Issue year2020
Vol4
No2/3/4
Pages413-432
Publication size in sheets0.95
Keywords in Englishsustainability; innovation; engineering education; multinational; multidisciplinary; project-based learning
ASJC Classification1405 Management of Technology and Innovation; 1801 Decision Sciences (miscellaneous); 3301 Social Sciences (miscellaneous); 2209 Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
DOIDOI:10.1504/IJSM.2020.107130
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)20
Score sourcejournalList
ScoreMinisterial score = 20.0, 09-07-2020, ArticleFromJournal
Publication indicators Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2018 = 1.132
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