International Conference on Engineering Education and Research


Bouzov Castle, Czech Republic, June 27-30, 2004







Many countries are developing digital libraries (DL) for anytime-anyplace information.  These DL can be used not only as a store-house of information but for virtual instruction in engineering and other disciplines.  The US National Science Foundation is spending many millions of dollars on creating a National Science Digital Library (NSDL).  One of the libraries within NSDL is dealing with engineering ( and specifically creating learning objects that can be used for engineering education. 


Papers are invited that relate broadly to recent developments and application in digital libraries around the world.  Specifically, the session seeks to bring together a review and assessment of recent developments in digital libraries around the world so as to enhance learning and application in their engineering curriculum.



January 15, 2004:   Abstract due (submit through website indicated below, with e-mail to Session Chair. Be sure to begin the text of your abstract with the title of this session)

February 10, 2004:  Notice of preliminary acceptance

March 15, 2004:      Paper submission deadline

March 15, 2004:      Early registration deadline (required for final acceptance of papers)

March 15, 2004:      Deadline for authors’ registration to ensure publishing of submitted papers

April 15, 2004:         Notice of final acceptance based on peer review (Registration fees will be refunded if papers are not accepted)


Further information is available at the iCEER-2004 web site:


Session Organizer and Co-Chair:


Professor Muniram Budhu

Department of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics

University of Arizona

Tucson, Arizona 85721, USA