1. Alexander I. Chuchalin, Yuri P. Pokholkov, Oleg V. Boev, Sergey B. Mogilnitsky - Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Engineeering Programmes in Russia Page 5
2. Babak D. Beheshti, Edward A. Nelson, Heskia Heskiaoff - Program Assessment with Emphasis on Outcome Oriented Measures Page 9
3. Carlos Sá Furtado - An Evaluation Process of the University Engineering Degrees: the Portuguese Case
4. Viktor Polezhaev, Maria Polezhaeva - Testing as an Instrument of Educational Process Improvement in Technical University Page 22
5. Iring Wasser - European Accredited Engineer
6. Adel Khalil, Nabil Abdel Monem and El-Sayed Abou-El-Kassem - Improving Quality of Engineering Education at Cairo University Page 31
7. Tetsuro Furukawa, Masakatsu Matsuishi, Shigeo Matsumoto, Kazuya Takemata, and Taketo Yamakawa - A Study on Evaluating the Quality of Group Study (2)
8. Mandy Liu, Pei-Fen Chang - Engineering Education in Taiwan: The Status of Engineering Programs and the Development of Accreditation System Page 40
9. Jindřich Černohorský, Marek Penhaker, Hana Sochorová. Petr Tiefenbach - “Biomedical technologies” - a New Branch of Bachelor Study Page 49
10. Liudmila Polezhaeva, Maria Polezhaeva - Estimation of Pedagogical Processes Quality Page 54
11. Hasan Sevim - Selection of General Education Courses for Engineering Students


1. Mustafa al-Sudani - Incomplete Combustion in Power Generation Utility Page 64
2. Mustafa al-Sudani - Water System Control & Protection Device Page 71
3. Alexey K. Barsukov, Vitaly A. Zhuravlev, Sergey S. Savinsky, Andrey V. Barmin, Alexandr I. Kuznetsov, Olga Yu. Nesterova, Olga V. Kozhevnikova, Svetlana A. Ushnurtseva, Evgeny N. Zhelyshev - Informational Priority of International Development of Socially Useful Biotechnology Page 76
4. Szu-chia Lo - Patent Analysis of Genetic Engineering Research in Japan, Korea and Taiwan – Assessment of the Research
5. Tudor Sajin - Creation of Biologically Active Aerosols by Method of Electroactivation and Atomization of Water in Electric Field Page 89


1. Lorenzo Saliceti-Piazza, Rosa Buxeda - A New Paradigm: Bringing Biology and Chemical Engineering in Each Other’s Classrooms Page 103
2. Ming-Yih Lee, Chung-Hsien Kuo - Education Resource Integration Network With Academic-Industry Collabration In Medical Mechatronics Page 108
3. Lorenzo Saliceti-Piazza, Rosa Buxeda - Industrial Biotechnology: A Major Driver for the Development of a Knowledge-Based Economy in Puerto Rico Page 118
4. Jarka Glassey - Teaching the Teachers – Way Forward in Training a New Generation of Life Science Engineers? Page 123


1. Enrique Ballester, Ana Gimeno, Elías Hurtado, Luis M. Sánchez-Ruiz - Implementing the European Higher Education Area at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain)

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2. Yuriy Rudavskyy, Petro Kostrobiy, Yuriy Rashkevych, Orest Lozynskyy: On the Problems of Reforming Higher Engineering Education in Ukraine in the Context of the Bologa Declaration
3. Jerzy Swiatek: Ph.D. Study – Third Level Engineering Education Program Page 138
4. Eduardo Vendrell, Emilio Sanchis-  The Informatics Engineering Programme Adaptation to the European Higher Education Area at the Faculty of Computer Science of Valencia
5. Johannes Steinschaden - A Bachelor’s Program at Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences According to the Bologna Declaration Page 146


1. Guillaume Alinier, Nandini Alinier - The OSTE: Objective Structured Technical Examination for Engineering Students
2. Vinod K. Lohani - Transformation of a Freshman Year Engineering Course Page 156
3. Gunnar Andersson, Sissel Larsen, Wu Hong - Learning Communication Skills through Non-verbal Interactions and Process Analysis – A None-traditional ICT related Teaching Approach for Teaching Education
4. Kathleen M. Leonard, Pamela J. Behrens - Integrating Literature in an Undergraduate Environmental Engineering Design Course to Enhance Technical Writing Ability Page 169
5. Michael H.W. Hoffmann - Learning as a Feedback-Control Process
6. Sandra Grijzenhout - Engineering Village 2 – Effective Tool for Engineering Education and Research Page 180
7. Zacchaeus Oyedokun - Factors Affecting Selection of Teaching Strategy in an Emerging Institution of Higher Learning with Heterogeneous Learner-Teacher Outlook Page 181
8. Ales Sliva, Jiri Zegzulka, Jaromir Polak, Co-operation of Ph.D. Candidates on a Post-Doc. Project Sponsored by the Czech Science Foundation (GA CR) Page 189
9. Glennelle Halpin, Gerald Halpin, Larry Benefield - Collaboration Between Engineering and Education Faculty: A Key to Student Retention Page 193
10. Antonio Jose Caulliraux Pithon, Marina Rodrigues Brochado - CSCW: A Formation Support Tool of the Engineer
11. Manuela Nechita, Ioan Tarau - The Nexus of Spatial Intelligence and Logical-Mathematical Intelligence


1. Shen-Yung Lin - The Effect of Process Variables on Surface Grinding of SUS304 Stainless Steel
2. Anna M. C. Pretorius, Philippus P. Pretorius - Predicting the success rate of engineering students
3. Petr Wolf - IS/IT Supports Process Management Page 224
4. Václav Roubíček, Tomasz Wiltowski, Helena Raclavska - Collaboration between SIU Carbondale and Technical University of Ostrava - Utilization of Biomass and Mixtures for the Gas Production Page 228
5. Aurobinda Chatterjee, Vinay Pathak, Surya Prakash, Phalguni Gupta, Sanjay G. Dhande - Digital Technology and Heritage – An Approach of New Age Technology towards Preservation Page 232
6. Huang Xing-mei, Qing Hai-ge, Zhong Zhi-hua - Calculation and Programming of Pressing-poles in Sheet Metal Forming Page 238
7. Dagmar Juchelkova, Václav Roubíček, Pavel Kolat, Helena Raclavska - Acquisition of the Research on the Filed COx Reduction Page 242
8. Kuang-Chyi Lee, Gavin Thomson, Yong-Jia Huang - Attendance Administrative System Using Dactyloscopy
9. Kuang-Chyi Lee, Po-Ting Tsai - A Mobile Robot Vision-Feedback System
10. Alan Casey - Integrating Industrial Placements into Engineering Degree Provision Page 259
11. Marcin Ziemski, Kevin D. Tuckwell, Minerals Industry and Universities Work Together in Australia
12. Ines Brosso, Alessandro La Neve, Graça Bressan: Facial Recognition Technology - A University-Enterprise Cooperation Page 270
13. Gavin van Winsen, Jan-Harm C Pretorius, Leon Pretorius - Factors that Contribute to Effective Research in an Engineering Department
14. Paulo Carlos Kaminski, Eduardo Pinheiro F. Ferreira - Periodic Evaluation System for Continued Education Programs in Engineering Page 281
15. Peter Moson, Ildikó Varga - Quality of EU Leonardo Mobility Projects University-Enterprise Page 287
16. Tony L. Mitchell, Angelitha Daniel - On Planning and Executing Successful Engineering Student Orientation Visits to High Technology Companies in North Carolina, USA Page 291
17. Wes Grebski - Multidisciplinary Entrepreneurial Team Building Project Page 296
18. Kuang-Chyi Lee, Yong-Jia Huang - Simulation of Robot Soccer Game
19. Luiz Antônio Gargione - The University-Industry Collaboration as Critical Determinants of Success to Engineering Education Page 306
20. Jakub Siemek, Peter Büttner, Dan Maniu Duse, Volker Koeckritz, Hans-Juergen Kretzschmar, Paweł Krzystolik, Stanislaw Nagy, Stanislaw Rychlicki,Jan Pinka, Stanislaw Stryczek - Leonardo da Vinci Project “CELGAS” – Blended e-Learning International Education Initiatives in Teaching of Gas Engineering Page 312
21. Vojislav Ilic, Katherine Curic, Brian Mulvey - Engendering Social Capital through Collaboration in Engineering Education
22. Martin Mellado, Detlef Zühlke, Jochen Schlick, Eduardo Vendrell - EUTOR: An International Collaboration for Industrial-oriented Practical Training in Robotics
23. Susan Haag, Trina Corbin - Assessing Corporate Reinvestment in Engineering Education: University-Industry Collaboration Page 328
24. Vitali A. Zhuravlev - Computer-Aided Design of Technologies In The Field of Metallurgy Industry Page 334
25. Ryszard Jakuszewski - Chosen Solutions of Teaching SCADA Systems Programming
26. Dagmar Juchelkova - Collaboration Between Universities and Industry in the Energy Field Page 344
27. Jerzy Barglik, Remigiusz Sosnowski - Two-Semester American-Polish Post Diploma Studies For Top Industrial Managers Page 347
28. Alison Ahearn, Chris Wise, Ed McCann, Peter Goring - The Constructionarium: a UK Collaboration of Industry, Academics and Students Page 351
29. Tatiana Corejova, Jan Corej - Network Structure and Cooperation Between Universities and Industry
30. Jugdutt (Jack) Singh - Partnership Programs to Address Economic and Social Impact of Small Scale (Micro/Nano) Technologies Page 362


1. Ralf Reinecke - ICT in Civil Engineering Education Page 370
2. Caroline Crosthwaite, Ian Cameron - Project Centred-Learning in Chemical Engineering - an Australian Perspective Page 381
3. Liisa Kairisto-Mertanen, Olli Mertanen - New Ways of Teaching Working Life Related Skills to Engineering Students
4. Cornelia Connolly, Eamonn Murphy, Ita Richardson - Increasing Retention Rates and Student Participation on Computer Engineering Courses Page 395
5. Tetyana Pavlova - Information Language Training Technologies for Engineers
6. Stanisław Majewski - Harmonizing Civil Engineering Education in Europe
7. Celina Pinto Leão, Filomena Oliveira Soares - Application of New Methodologies in the Industrial Electronics Engineering Course: a Case Study
8. Jim S. Cowart, Zbigniew M. Bzymek - A New Activity Based Course for Freshman Engineering
9. Hung-Jin Chen, Liang-De Chang, Chi-Pong Ouyang - A Study of Professional Curriculum Planning for the Information Engineering Technology Programs of De Lin Institute of Technology
10. Habib-ur Rehman, Ra’a A. Said - Development of Students’ Design Skills Using an Integrated Learning Approach Page 433
11. Elżbieta Niezabitowska, Dariusz Masły, Michał Sitek - Facility Management and Building Quality Evaluations – New Directions ofArchitectural Education
12. Sergiy Sidorenko, Julya Strebkova, Oleksandr Zakhovayko - Gender Component in the Structure of the Higher Engineering Education Page 444
13. Ceeyavash (Jeff) Salehi - Increasing Enrollment in Engineering Technology Programs through Program Modification and Cross-Utilization of Resources by Multiple Programs Page 448
14. Jiří Maxa, Vilém Neděla: Selection of PDM Information System Page 452
15. Nelson Lammoglia, Roberto Zarama, Juan-Camilo Bohórquez - Pensajistan, Towards the Use of Game as a Methodology for Building Autonomy
16. Eduardo Serra, Maximo Masson - The Creation of an Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Course: The Experience of the Polytechnic School of Rio de Janeiro Federal University – UFRJ Page 464
17. Ivan Szendiuch - Multidisciplinary Matter of Electric/Electronics Technology Education Page 468
18. Ra’a A. Said, Habib-ur Rehman, Michael L Jacobson - Introducing Design Skills at Freshmen Level Page 473
19. Edward Chikuni, Michael Tjvikua - Developing the Engineering Cadre in Post Independence Namibia: Major Challenges in a Rapidly Developing Technological Society Page 480
20. Klaus Wuersig - Engineering! How to Survive the First Two Years
21. Jose Bermeo, Roberto Zarama - Application of the “Team Syntegrity” Invention as a Proposed Learning Methodology: Cybernetics of Cybernetics, a Case Study Page 493
22. Peter Willmot, Adam Crawford - Validating the Assessment of Individuals within Undergraduate Teams
23. Joanna Serdyńska, Jerzy Witeczek - Attractiveness and Effectiveness of Studies at the Faculty of Architecture at the Silesian University of Technology
24. Aris Christou: Advances in Engineering Education - Building Alliances With Professional Societies Page 512
25. Mohammad S. Laghari, Qurban A. Memon, Habib ur Rehman - Advising for Course Registration: A UAE University Perspective Page 514
26. Clara Amelia de Oliveira - Evaluation Process in Engineering and Computer Education
27. John D. Carpinelli, Angelo J. Perna, Deran Hanesian - Best Practices in Freshman Engineering Design at the New Jersey Institute of Technology Page 525
28. Jerzy Świder, Grzegorz Wszołek, Piotr Michalski - Laboratory Framework for Teaching the Subject of Automatic Control of Process Technologies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Silesian University of Technology Page 529
29. Marcelo Massarani - Learning Theory by Developing Important Skills
30. Ivana Linkeová - Geometric Modelling in Education Process
31. Edward Chikuni, Zaccheus. Oyedokun, Elsie Hill - Language Skills: to what Extent do they Influence the Delivery and Understanding by Students of an Engineering Curriculum?. Lessons from Multi-lingual, Multi-cultural Society Page 547
32. George Gibbon, Ian Jandrell, David Rubin - Shifting the Responsibility of Learning in First Year Electrical Engineering Students
33. Zbigniew Ogonowski - Real-world Experimenting for Education of Dynamical System Modelling and Identification Page 559
34. Butkus Vidmantas, Domeika Rolandas, Raila Algirdas - Possibilities for “Power Point” Program Application in the Classes of Engineering Studies
35. Stephen Lee, Martin C. Harrison, Carol L. Robinson - UK Engineering Students’ Knowledge of Mechanics on Entry: Has it All Gone?
36. Adam Ziębiński, Lech Znamirowski - Challenges in Implementation of FPAA/FPGA Mixed-signal Technology
37. Sergey A. Podlesny, G. B. Masalsky, A. V. Sarafanov - Computer-assisted Technologies in Educational and Innovative Activity of the Technical University in the XXI Century
38. Marcin Ziemski, Jon Whitty - Engineering Project Management: Doing not Teaching
39. George P.Grodzicki - Introducing Engineering and Industrial Design Page 602
40. Marina Rodrigues Brochado, Beatriz Martins Teixeira, Lílian Martins da Motta Dias - Education of Engineering in Brazil - Experience of the Federal Center of Technological Education - CEFET/RJ Page 609
41. Renata Wagnerová, Radim Farana - Automatic Control Fundamentals Teaching at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Page 614
42. Jan Szantyr, Krzysztof Kosowski, Wojciech A. Misiag - A New Integrated Curriculum for Computational Methods in Mechanics and Design Page 621
43. Vojislav Ilic - A Generic Model for a Pedagogically Successful Didactic Delivery
44. Julius Christauskas - Investigation of the Need for Continuing Education
45. Johan D’heer, Paul Raes, Christian Vandenplas - Introducing Cross-disciplinary Projects: a First Step Towards Implementing CDIO Standards Page 638
46. Eleri Bowen, Steve Lloyd, Steve Thomas - Personal Development Planning – How do I Learn how to Learn? Page 643
47. Tamara A. Papalias - Teaching Electronic Circuits Top-Down and Bottom-Up
48. James Yu-Shan Liu - Challenges and Opportunities Faced by Web-Enhanced English Teaching in Taiwan
49. Amir Hussein Khanshan - Electrical Circuits Education with Maple Page 658
50. Janos Barsony, Tibor Kukai, Jozsef Mecsi - Engineering Profession and Engineering Education Page 670
51. David Edwards, Sam Fragomeni, Charles Lemckert - A Common Core for Engineering


1. Carmen Bachiller, Carlos Hernández, Francisco Ramos - Teaching Engineering Concepts by Using Collaborative Work Tools

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2. Jonathan Adams, Phillip Andrew, Stefan Kaczmarczyk - Lift Technology by Distance Learning “Comes of Age”

3. Stefan Kaczmarczyk, Phillip Andrew, Jonathan Adams - Postgraduate Programme in Lift Engineering at University College Northampton: Bridging the Gap Between Practice, Learning and Research

4. Abhijit S. Pandya, Jay Thakkar, Sam Hsu, Young-Uhg Lho - Design of a Progressive Learning Assessment & Guidance Model in a Distance Learning Environment

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5. Alassane Diop, Hamadou Saliah-Hassane - Functional Architecture of an E-Laboratory: Remote Installation and Configuration of the Linux Operation System

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6. Jaromír Hrad, Tomáš Zeman - ICoTeL and ELefANTS Projects – Bringing Help and New Skills

7. Leydier Argüelles Torres, Alvaro Javier Ranzola Martínez, Alaín Calzadilla Rivero, Ariel Castellanos Isaac Mirelle Lorenzo Cuadra, Mayté Herrera Noa Liz Yarai Martínez Delgado, Miguel A. Garay Garcell, Maria Heidi Trujillo Fernández - Virtual Platform to Improve the Teaching-Learning Process of English Language

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1. Ralf Moros, Frank Luft, Helmut Papp, Heike Thormann, Thomas Müller - VIPRATECH - An Internet Based Laboratory Course in Chemical Engineering and Unit Operations – Tutorials and Remote Access Control

2. Ana C. Rafael, Licínio M. Ferreira, Maria G. Rasteiro, José C. Teixeira - Teaching Distillation in Chemical Engineering Using a Virtual Laboratory Page 721
3. Alexander Minaev, Evgeniy Bashkov, Alexander Anoprienko - Master’s Portal as the Practical Result of Studying Web-technologies
4. Ricardo Manfredi Naveiro, Marcos Martins Borges - Knowledge and Cooperation in Undergraduate Product Design Courses Page 733
5. James O. Uhomoibhi - Implementation of E-Learning in Engineering Education: Evaluation of Students Skills and Learning Approaches
6. Vagner B. Barbeta, Alessandro La Neve - E-Learning System as a Support For On-Site Courses With a Large Number of Enrolments Page 744
7. Ian Macdonald, Babur Imirzalioglu - Blended Learning in the Workplace: Why Is it so Good?
8. Maria Cristina Pfeiffer Fernandes, Marisa Lucena, Carlos José Pereira de Lucena - Contextualizing New Pedagogic Practices With the Use of a Course and an Environment for Distance Education Based on the Web Page 756
9. Mykhailo Zgurovsky, Sergiy Sidorenko, Inna Malyukova, Sergiy Shukayev, Vyacheslav Valuyskyy - Central and Eastern European Virtual University (CEEVU) Page 762
10. Jerzy Rutkowski, Piotr Kłosowski, Katarzyna Mościńska - Distance Learning Platform Based on Moodle Open Source Software Page 767
11. Viliam Fedák, Paul Bauer, Roman Miksiewicz, Helmut Weiss - Experience with e-Learning for Electrical Engineering - from Ideas to Realisation
12. Anne Nortcliffe - How can Blackboard Assist in Assessment and Facilitation of Knowledge Exchange ?
13. Zdeněk Neustupa - Internet Interactive Teaching Texts Page 791
14. Liamara Scortegagna Comassetto, Leandro Ramires Comassetto, João Bosco da Mota Alves - Internet, New Space for the Distance Education at the Contestado University – UnC Page 796
15. Elizabeth M Laws - Promoting Understanding using a Virtual Learning Environment Page 806
16. Vlasta Rabe - Role of Engineering Education in Development the Information Society and in the Information Management Page 812
17. Emília Mironovová, Gabriela Waleková, Kevin Taylor - Structuring Internet Meetings for International Student Discussion Page 817
18. Matti Väänänen, Jussi Horelli - Student Portal of Knowledge Intensive Services Page 820
19. Antonio Augusto T. P. de Moraes - Learning Digital Video via Visual Programming Page 825
20. Ana M. B. Pavani - E-Learning Tools to Supplement and Substitute Activities in an Electric Circuits Course
21. Kuei-Chih Chuang, Tsong-Ming Lin, Chi-feng (Tom) Tsai - Creative Application of E-Learning, Internet Technologies in Education – An Example of How Students with Disabilities Are Benefited Page 840
22. Paula Postelnicescu, Anca Dumitrescu, Raluca Isopescu, Ana-Maria Josceanu, R. Onofrei - E-learning Applications for Process Engineering Education Page 845
23. Sergiy Sidorenko, Inna Malyukova, Anna Kholmskaya, Vladimir Gabeyev, Sergey Poteshkin - About the Virtual Preadmission Department for International Students Page 851
24. Gwo-Chung Tsai - A E-Learning Program of Composite Material Made by the RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) Page 856
25. Bhaskar Choubey, Janardan Choubey - A Study in Relationship of Engineering Education to Creation of Information Society in India Page 862
26. Günter Schäfer - ELearning Academic Network Page 868
27. Charles Bauer - Enhanced Learning Through Web-Based Team And Individual Projects
28. Hsin-Yih Shyu, Yu-Hur Chou - The Analysis and Design of a Courseware Management System for Higher Education Page 876
29. Zuzana Krivá - The System Moodle in an Educational Process of an Engineer
30. Drago Hercog - The Role of Internet Character-Oriented Application Protocols in an Elementary Communication Protocols Course
31. Yuriy Rashkevych, Dmytro Peleshko - Web-based Distributed Learning Management System
32. Andrzej Boboń, Jerzy Kudła, Roman Miksiewicz - E-learning Based Teaching of Alternating Current Electrical Machines



1. Kirsten Ribu - Teaching Ethics to Students of Network and System Administration

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2. Christy Moore - The PRiME Project: Web-based Materials on Engineering Ethics and Professional Responsibility

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3. Masahisa Seguchi, Terumasa Ohkusa - Universal Design and its Relevance to Engineering Ethics

4. Wei-Lee Lu - An Integrated Ethics Curriculum for Engineering Majors

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5.Raj Chowdhury, Mahbub Uddin - Elements of Ethics and “Entrepreneurial Thinking” in 21st. Century Engineering Education

6. Gyanam Sadananda - Ethics in Engineering Practice; University to Company

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7. Tadeusz Kuczyński, Alicja Kuczyńska - Teaching Ethics in Engineering Education. The challenges and Solutions

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1. Elena Mereuta - Using AutoCAD Features to Get the Orthogonal Projections of a Solid Model

2. Vidmantas Nenorta, Robertas Kersys, Nomeda Puodziuniene - Using of Graphical Methods for 3D Objects Design inside of Mechanical Desktop System

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3. Krzysztof T. Tytkowski - The Influence of Elements of Drawings on the Level of Difficulty in Solving Geometrical Tasks

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4. Claus Pütz, Frank Schmitt, RWTH Aachen, - Introduction to CAD as an Introduction to Spatial-Geometric Thinking

5. Anna Błach, Sławomir Bogacki - Multimedia Presentation as Lecture Illustration on Engineering Graphics

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6. Renata A. Górska, Zuzana Juščáková - Spatial Abilities Test TPS - Further Development and New Results

7. Sheryl Sorby, Tom Drummer - Evaluation of Multimedia Software and a Workbook Designed to Improve 3-D Spatial Skills of Engineering Students

8. Edwin Koźniewski - Roofs and Graph-theoretical Trees

9. Ahmed BinSubaih, Steve Maddock, Daniela Romano - Comparing the Use of a ‘tabletop’ Experiment and a Collaborative Desktop Virtual Environment for Training Police Officers to Deal with Traffic Accidents

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10. Yevgeny Bashkov, Vitaly Karabchevsky, - Computer Graphic in Training Students whose Major Is Software

11. Ewa Kalinowska, Monika Sroka-Bizoń, Jolanta Tofil - Development of Geometry and Engineering Graphics Curriculum for Civil Engineering Course

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12. Lidia Żakowska - Aesthetics, visualization and Graphics in Highway Design

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13. Frank Schmitt - Aspects of Using 3D CAD (AutoCAD2005) Teaching Descriptive Geometry to Students of Architecture

14. Čiupaila Lionginas, Zemkauskas Jonas - Modeling of Information Engineering Graphics

15. Modris Dobelis - Information Communication Technologies in Architectural Education

16. Čiupaila Lionginas, Zemkauskas Jonas, Rytė Žiūrienė - The Models of Information Geometrical Drawing

17. Pranas Gerdžiūnas - Technical Drawings Standards and Engineering Graphics Education

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18. Ewa Zarzeka-Raczkowska, Andrzej Raczkowski - Specialist Computer Programmes in Didactical Process

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19. Romualdas Baušys, Birutė Juodagalvienė - Teaching Methodology of Engineering Graphics within AutoCAD Framework

20. Algirdas Sokas - Programming Graphical Objects And Database In Design

21. Agnieszka Baron - Problems and Solutions in Didactic Process for "Computer Techniques in Architectural Design".

22. Aurobinda Chatterjee, Surya Prakash, S. G. Dhande - CAD, Rapid Prototyping and Digitization – A Successful Application in Coordinate Measurement

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23. Cornelie Leopold - Geometry Education for Developing Spatial Visualisation Abilities of Engineering Students


1. Francois G. Baron, Ralf Reinecke, Colin J. Kerr - Reflections on the Attractiveness of the Civil Engineering Profession
2. Theo N. Andrew, Leon Pretorius, Jan-Harm C. Pretorius - Negotiating a Merger between Two Paradigms of Engineering Education – Dealing with the Cultural Constraints Page 187
3. Lorí Viali - Pitfalls to Avoid in Teaching Probability to Engineering Students when Using Spreadsheets Page 196
4. Shao-Tsu Chu, Yi-Ping Lin - A framework of Problem-Based Learning Course Portfolio Page 204

5. Cornelia Connolly, Eamonn Murphy,Ita Richardson - Increasing the Number of Female Students and Participation in Engineering Courses

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6. Anna Wanclaw - The Teaching of Architecture in the End of the Nineteenth Century Page 217
7. Adam Crawford, John Dickens, Alan Maddocks - DART: an Online Tool to Assist Academic Tutors in Meeting the Needs of Disabled Students within the Engineering Disciplines Page 224
8. Krzysztof Leja, Andrzej Szuwarzyński - MANAGER-ENGINEER – the proposal of the Faculty of Management and Economics Gdańsk University of Technology
9 . Janardan Choubey - A Distributed Approach of Teaching Physical Sciences to Engineering Students Page 233
10. Mehrzad Nasirean, Hossein Bolandi, Ali Khaki Sedigh, Reza Khogar - Design of a Novel Satellite Attitude Determination Algorithm
11. Charles Bauer - Do Future Professors Need Teacher Training?
12. Jaroslav Dvořáček - Investigating Development Trends at the Faculty of Mining and Geology, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, in New Economic Paradigm Page 248
13. Barbara T. Pioro - Introductory Computer Programming Course: Major and Gender Differences in Performance on Tests Employing Multiple-choice Questions and Programming Problems

14. Michael Michaud, Vojislav Ilic - Role of a Professional Organisation in Engineering Education

15. Maria Helenowska-Peschke - Impossible Objects in Geometry and Graphics Education Page 263
16. Răzvan Giuşcă,Vladimir Corobceanu, - Thermal Treatment of Monolithically Founded Concrete in Vertical Diaphragms at Dwelling Structures Page 269
17. Mark Russell - Assessing-to-learn; Enriching the Assessment Process Page 273
18. Dae-Yeon Lee, Jee-Young Yoon, Jang-Woo Ryu, Man Young Sung, Dong-Hee, Rhie - The New Single-silicon TFTs Structure for Kink-current Suppression with Symmetric Dual-Gate by Three Split Floating N+Zones
19. Răzvan Giuşcă, Vladimir Corobceanu - The Performances Improvement of Concrete Guniting Equipment Page 285
20. Krystyna Stec - Teaching of Electrotechnics - Ideas and Reality Page 289
21. Andrzej Hudyma - PLC Teaching Laboratories in the School of Engineering and Industrial Design at the University of Western Sydney, Australia. Page 292
22. Mohammad Saud Khan, Naaman Aschenaz, Syed Waqas Ali, Muhammad Bilal Ahmed, Mahmood Anwar Khan - Developing a Mobile Medical Robot Using ER1 Technology Page 297
23. Rohini Kumar J, S. D. R. Suresh - Multi Source Partial Discharge Pattern Recognition Using Wavelet Page 303
24. Tze-wen Wang, Marek A. Perkowski, Maciej Sajkowski, Tomasz Stenzel, - An Inexpensive LISP-Based Educational Platform to Teach Humanoid Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
25. Marek L. Szary - An Implementation of Knowledge About Rheological Smart Materials Into Engineering Curriculum Page 319
26. Hasan Sevim, Roger Missavage - A Case Study of Retention of Freshmen Engineering Students Page 325
27. Dervis Z. Deniz - Design and Use of an Integrated Academic Decision Support System for Departmental and University-wide Administration Page 330
28. David Edwards -Why Engineering Students study


1. Maria Helena Lima Baptista Braz - Teaching Computing in a Civil Engineering Course: Experience and Future Directions

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2. Olga N. Dolinina - Information Technologies: What Has to be Taught at the University?

Page 344

3. Ali Amirfazli, Elham Sahraei, Damoon Soudbakhsh - Earning a B.S. Degree at 18

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4. Ali Payandeh, Mohammad Reza - A New Algorithm for Improving the Remote Sensing Data Transmission over the LEO Satellite Channels

5. Tatsuya Mochizuki - Computer Graphics Communication “Digital documentation using 3D-CAD data and Web-3D”

6. Brian O’Connell, Breanndan O’Cinneide - Design of an Automated Assessment System To Support Student Retention

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7. Luiz C. Scavarda do Carmo, Jorge Pedro Dalledonne de Barros, Lueny Morell, Russel C. Jones - Engineering Skills for Global Economy: The role of the Hemisphere of the Americas

8. Wenlung Li, Jhy-Cherng Tsai, Cheng-Kuo Sung, Wei-Chung Wang, Jennie Y. J. Wu: The Education Advancement Program on Precision Mechatronics in Taiwan

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1. Eduardo Montero, Cristina Alonso, María Jesús González, Fernando Aguilar, Montserrat Díez - The Estimation of Student Workload in Engineering Courses in the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). A Case Study.

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2. Jerzy Lis, Mariusz Wójcik, Leszek Blacha, Małgorzata Sopicka-Lizer, Horst Altenburg, Julian Plewa, Michael Bredol - German-Polish Double Graduation in Materials Science on M.Sc. Level.

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3. Józef Antoni Haber, Remigiusz Sosnowski - Critical Determinants of Engineering Education

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4. Piotr Krawczyk, Markku Taipale, Taisto Arkko - Current Trends in International Engineering Education in Finland - The Case of Degree Programme in IT at Rovaniemi Polytechnic

5. Patricia L.Fox, Kay Wilding, Stephen Hundley, Elizabeth Coles - Developing International Partnerships to Globalize Undergraduate Engineering Education

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6. Günter Schäfer, Martina Wächter - ECTS - Modularisation – Workload

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7. Milada Hlaváčková, Lenka Landryová - Foreign students at VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

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8. Zbigniew Prusak - Development of Inventive Skills and Engineering Education – a Global Outlook

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9. Krzysztof Rudion, Zbigniew Styczynski, Janusz Szafran - Double Diploma Project – Step towards Internationalization and Globalization of Electrical Engineering Education

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10. Iacint Manoliu - An Example Of Best Practice in Transnational Cooperation in the Field of Engineering Education: The European Thematic Networks

11. Edward Chikuni, Rashayi Emanuel, Peter Gallert - International Technology Transfer : An Insight into the Cooperation between a Multi-national and Two African Universities

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12. Anneli Kakko - Internationalization Plan of Mechanical Engineering

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13. Günter Schäfer - Joint Degrees in Binational Studies

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14. Pavel Nevřiva, Miroslav Pokorný - Parallel Courses in English in the Field of Control and Information Systems

Page 453

15. Antoni Cieśla, Zbigniew Hanzelka, Jacek Nalepa, Tadeusz Orzechowski, Jan Rusek - Master-degree Specialization in Computer Engineering in Electrical Systems, Carried in English at the AGH-UST

16. Yuko Hoshino, Leon Wayne Sanders - Preparing Students for Global Workplace - How Can Education Help Future Engineers Work Comfortably with Diversity of People?

Page 465

17. Milena Krhutová, Dagmar Malíková - The Role of ELT in Internationalisation of Structured Engineering Study Programmes

Page 470

18. Francisco García García, Inma Tomás Estellés - Internationalization of the Geomatics Engineering Education

Page 473

19. Tatjana N. Odintsova - International Student and Teacher’s Exchange Programs as a Necessary Factor of Progressive Development of Modern Higher Educational Institutions

Page 477

20. Ivan E. Esparragoza - International Experience for Freshman Engineering Students through Multi-National Global Design Projects


1. Emilia Rutkowski, Orlando Fontes Lima Jr - Civil Engineer Environmental Literacy: a Transdisciplinary Proposal

Page 485

2. Catherine Skokan, David Munoz, Joan Gosink - Humanitarian Projects in Interdisciplinary Senior Design

3. Michael L. Jacobson, Habib-ur Rehman, Ra’a A. Said - Multi-disciplinary Final Projects at Freshmen Level

Page 496

4. Wes Grebski, Walter Janoski, Judith O’Donnell - Multidisciplinary Major in the Engineering Technology Field

Page 501

5. Ganna Zaitseva, Kirill I. Lokhov, I. N. Kapitonov, Konstantin V. Chugunov, Marian Scott - The Strontium Isotopes for the Analyses of the Bone to Study the Questions of Migration, Environment of the Ancient Population

Page 504

6. David F. Barbe - Comprehensive Engineering Entrepreneurship

7. Lung-Sheng Lee, Chun-Chin Lai - Technology Entrepreneurship Promoted by Universities’ Incubation Centers in Taiwan - Its Successes and Challenges

Page 514

8. Kuen Ming Shu, Shan Ying Pan - The Development of a New Course in Nontraditional Machining

9. Igor M. Verner, David J. Ahlgren - Robot Projects as Education Design Experiments

Page 524

10. Jan Uwe Wolff - Project Based Learning in an International Study Environment

Page 530

11. Dariusz Mrozek, Bożena Małysiak, Jacek Frączek - Information Processing in Bioinformatics Database Systems – Mirror-based Architecture and Approximate Search

Page 535

12. Gunnar Andersson, Bjørn Gitle Hauge - Learning At The Edge Of Chaos – Reflections On Project Based Learning

Page 541

13. Anna Friesel - Improving the Engineering Competencies in Education with Multi-Disciplinary Design Projects.

Page 547

14. Lei Shihe Lei, Zheng Bingzhang, Wang Ni, Wu Hong, Gunnar Andersson - Exploration and Practice of Quality Education on Students’ Entrepreneurship and Scientific Innovation

15. Emilia Rutkowski, Thiago Campi - Didactic Library of Environmental Technologies. A Contribution for the Environmental Literacy of Civil Engineers

16. Jiun-Jih Miau, Shau-Shiun Jan, Yi Jen Chan, Wei-Ting Hsu, Guan-Hua Leu, Ying-Ju Lin, Hsin Chung Wang, Shou Hsien Wang, Dar-Yun Chiang, Kung-Ming Chung - A Student Design Project Named Flying Kite

Page 564

17. Yuan-Chuan Hsu, Li-Chin Chiang - A Novel Instructional Approach to Metal Forming in the Technology-oriented College

18. Chin-Hsiang Cheng - A Hands-on Design Course Integrating Computer Drawing, Numerical Simulation, Manufacturing, and Performance Testing for the Stirling Engines

Page 578

19. Jium-Ming Lin - Contact Force-controlled Surface Profiler Design with Kalman Filtering and Multi-sensor Data Fusion Methods

Page 584

20. Sergey S. Savinskiî - Carbon tubes are promising materials for nanotechnologies

Page 594

21. Uddin Mahbub, Raj A. Chowdhury - Integration of “SIX SIGMA” Into Multidisciplinary Engineering Design Projects.

22. Jaroslav Knybel, Cyril Klimeš - Fuzzy Petri Nets of Education

23. David J.Ahlgren, Taikang Ning - Integration of CPLD/FPGA Technology in the Undergraduate Engineering Curriculum

Page 607

24. Zbyszko Bujniewicz - The art of Architecture Based on Multidisciplinary Engineering Aspects.

25. Jhy-Cherng Tsai, Gou-Jen Wang, Shean-Juinn Chiou - Experience on Design and Prototyping of a Wafer Polishing Machine in Undergraduate Capstone Project

Page 618

26. Pei-Fen Chang, Dau-Chung Wang - A Novel Approach Based on Outcomes-based Criteria to Maximize Students’ Performance Outcomes: An example from A Mechatronics Course in Taiwan

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1. Angel N. Angelov, Helge Fredrich, Zbigniew A. Styczynski, Günter Woldenberg - Teaching Electrical Engineering using E-Learning Methods at the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg Page 628
2. Olivier Vidémé Bossou, Juan R. Mosig - Teaching Matlab Based Toolbox for Antenna Course
3. Alcínia Z. Sampaio, Pedro G. Henriques, Pedro S. Ferreira, Rui Luizi - Virtual Reality Applied to Visualize Construction Activities - Two Didactic Models Page 642
4. Claudia Hallikainen - Multimedia Learning Materials for Foreign Languages: Protocall and SPIK
5. Barbara Gąsowska - Multimedia Teaching and Learning Tools in Education ofSurveyors Page 656
6. Hamid R. Majlesein - Considerations in the Development of a Computer Networks Teaching Laboratory Page 660
7. Bhaskar Choubey - A Computer Based Approach to Class Room Teaching of Computer Networks Page 665
8. Carmen Bachiller Martin, Héctor Esteban, Angel Belenguer, Jose V. Morro, Ana Vidal , Vicente E. Boria - Teaching of Advanced Wave Propagation Phenomena in Passive Waveguide Devices Using MATLAB GUIs Page 671
9. Jacqueline Bridge - A Web-Based Tutorial System in Engineering Dynamics Page 679
10. Yu-Hur Chou, Hsin-Yih Shyu - Development of an Assessment System for Engineering Courses Using Petri-Net
11. Zur’aini Dahlan, Akbariah Mohd. Mahdzir, Habibah@ Norehan Haron, Ismail Abdullah - Multimedia Prototype of an E-learning Bilingual Model for a Mathematics Learning System Page 695
12. Piotr Duka - The “Mathematica” Programme in Engineers’ Education Process Page 697
13. Eduardo Montero, Cristina Alonso, María Jesús González, Fernando Aguilar, Montserrat Díez - Student Engagement with Simulations in Engineering Education. A Case Study


1. Krystyna Romaniak - The Concept of Teaching Mathematics at the Faculty of Architecture Page 711
2. Jiří Šimonek - Portal Technologies on Czech Universities Page 717
3. Matilde P. Legua, A. Moraño, M. Sánchez Ruiz - Static and Dynamic Surfaces Representation
4. Reidar Kvadsheim, Mari Mehlen - Using FlexLearn to Improve Learning in Mathematics and Statistics: A Web-based Learning-aid Based on Student Self-Administration and Automatic Feedback
5. Eric Bell, Helen Grebski, Wes Grebski, Marlene Guers - Impacting Expectations and Preparation of High School Students Through K-12 Outreach Page 738
6. Catherine Skokan, Barbara Moskal, Jennifer Tafoya, Que Nguyen, Laura Kosbar, Judith Duffield - Physical Science And Mathematics In The Middle School Classroom: An Integrated Approach
7. Georgina Echániz Pellicer - Children: Engineers of Tomorrow Engineering the World Today


1. Anna Pazdur, Grzegorz Adamiec - Physics and Engineering Education for Isotopic Environmental Studies and Environmental Protection.

2. Roberto Assumpção - Relativity in Classical Mechanics: Momentum, Energy and the Third Law
3. Bogusława Adamowicz, Jerzy Krzak, Marian Urbańczyk - Teaching “by Means of Physics” as an Important Tool in the Creation of a European Higher Education Area
4. Beata Kauch, Ewa Wilk - The analysis of preparationfor the subject Physics for the first year students at Faculty of Materials Science and Metallurgy and Faculty of Transport at Silesian Technical University Page 773
5. Shao-Tsu Chu, Yu-Wen Chu - Implications of Creative Thinking-inspiring Teaching To Occupation Exploration Programs Under Information Electronics Departments in Vocational High Schools Page 777
6. Anna Cristina B. D.de Carvalho, Maria Ilná S De Oliveira, Antonio Braga Feliciano - A New Methodology for the Teaching of Experimental Physics Page 781
7. Bogusława Adamowicz, Jerzy Krzak, Marian Urbańczyk, Jerzy Bodzenta - Education in Physics at the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice Page 786
8. F. Capolino, J. Arnold, F. Bilotti, C. Craeye, R. Gonzalo, F. Martin, V. Podlozny, A. Schuchinsky, S. Tretyakov, S. Zouhdi - Educational Integration at Doctoral Level in the Field of Metamaterials (within the NoE Metamorphose) Page 791
9. Miroslava Ozvoldova, Peter Cernansky, Frantisek Lustig, Frantisek Schauer - Internet Remote Physics Experiments in Student’s Laboratory Page 794
10. Vladimir A. Pinchuk - Once More about Anomalies Physics
11. Andrzej Nowrot - The New Method of Histeresis Loop Investigating Page 815
12. Zbigniew Prusak - Use of Simple Physical Effects to Practice Design and Related Problem Solving Page 819


1. Alexander Chernikov - The Geometric Simulation of the Cake Formation Processes (by the Example of Industrial Filtration)

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2. Alexey Lyashkov, Vladimir Volkov - Aspects of Display of Surface Projections

Page 830

3. Robertas Kersys, Vidmantas Nenorta, Nomeda Puodziuniene - Visualization of the Educational Information in Engineering Graphics

Page 834

4. Edwin Koźniewski - New Methods of the Computer Aided Design of Roofs in Descriptive Geometry

4. Marek Cyunel, Marcin Jonak, Krystyna Romaniak - Descriptive Geometry in Basis of the Technical Designing

Page 843

5. Hellmuth Stachel - Teaching Spatial Kinematics for Engineers

Page 845

6. Henryk Merta, Stanisław Sulwiński - New Descriptive Geometry or Computer Geometry

Page 852

7. Anna Kulig, Krystyna Romaniak, Marcin Jonak - Conics in Engineers Projections

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1. Babak D. Beheshti, Lazaros Pavlidis - Development of a Software Interface and Virtual Laboratory for the Emerging Security Technology Decsipline Page 860
2. Radim Farana, Marek Babiuch - The Web Applications Supporting Education Processes Page 866
3. Jussi Horelli, Matti Väänänen - Creating Web Based Virtual Processes For e-Learning Page 873
4. Rainer Oechsle, Hermann Schloss, Ralph Weires - VLANSim: Simulation of Virtual LANs
5. Jacek Uziak, John D.G. Foster - Virtual Laboratory - Kinematic Analysis and Animation of a Cupboard Hinge
6. John Watson, George Bibel, Kenneth Ebeling, John Erjavec, Hossein Salehfar, Marcellin Zahui - On-Line Laboratories for a Distance Engineering Degree Program