IUCEE Foundation

International Conference on Transformations in Engineering Education

Theme: Reshaping Engineering Education for GenAI Era

January 8 to 10, 2025

IUCEE Annual Student Forum (IASF)

January 6 to 8, 2025

Venue: Vallurupalli Nageswara Rao Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad, Telangana, India

The International Conference on Transformations in Engineering Education (ICTIEE) is one of the signature programs of the IUCEE Foundation. The Twelfth International Conference of Transformations in Engineering Education (ICTIEE-2025), will be held from January 8 to 10, 2025. This signature program of the IUCEE Foundation is held annually to promote sharing and collaboration among leaders, faculty, and students from various educational institutions. This event features expert talks from distinguished leaders in academia and industry, offering a platform for building a professional network. ICTIEE 2025 aims to connect global experts and passionate educators to enhance excellence in engineering education. The quality and quantity of research articles submitted to ICTIEE have been consistently increasing each year.
ICTIEE 2025 will be hosted at Vallurupalli Nageswara Rao Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology (VNR VJIET) & Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management (VJIM), Hyderabad, Telangana, India. The theme of ICTIEE 25 is “Reshaping Engineering Education for GenAI Era”.
In the era of GenAI, industries, economies, and societies are experiencing rapid transformation. As Gen AI continues to evolve, engineering education must adapt to prepare the next generation of engineers for a landscape dominated by intelligent systems. A shift in pedagogy and learning styles is need of the hour to cultivate adaptable minds, capable of leveraging AI technologies along with creativity and ethical reasoning essential for sustainable innovation. Institutions have to devise open minded and flexible solutions for accepting and adapting to challenges with the progress. Curriculum and assessment must be designed to prepare students to thrive in an AI-driven world and contribute positively to society. Avenues will be opened for student entrepreneurs and innovators capitalizing on AI’s capabilities to develop personalized products and services, optimize business processes, and address societal challenges. GenAI has its challenges and this year we intend to explore the perspectives with research and practice papers on the aligned area.
The IUCEE Foundation, VNR VJIET & VJIM invite faculty and other professionals to submit full-length original, unpublished research and practice papers that demonstrate contemporary research in engineering education in the following tracks, which focuses on the theme of the conference by August 15, 2024. Following the double-blind review process, accepted papers will be invited for presentations at the conference. Additionally, the selected and presented papers will be forwarded to the Journal of Engineering Education (JEET) for publication in a Special Issue.

Tracks and Sub-Tracks

  • Guidelines for Outcome-Based Education: Strategies for Effective Curriculum Development and Implementation
  • Harnessing NEP 2020 and National Curriculum Framework for Flexible, Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development
  • Developing emerging skills and competencies with Industry supported curriculum
  • Transforming First-Year Engineering: Redesigning Curriculum for Lifelong Learning and Student Engagement
  • Innovative Approaches to Integrating Human Values and Ethics in Engineering Education
  • Incorporating Research Opportunities into the Curriculum to Encourage Student Engagement in Research
  • Integrating Soft Skills for Industry Readiness Across Curricula
  • Redesigning engineering curricula emphasising project-based and experiential learning.
  • Community Engagement and Service-learning in Engineering Education
  • Leveraging AI in Curriculum Design
  • The Art and Science of Teaching-Pedagogical Insights for Educators aligning with NEP 2020
  • Pedagogy for the Modern Classroom-Strategies for Engaging Students through AI
  • Integrative pedagogy – to bridge horizons and disciplines.
  • Enhancing Pedagogy for e-Learning
  • Inquiry-Based Learning in Fostering Curiosity and Critical Thinking among GenZ
  • Constructivist Approaches to Teaching and Learning through AI
  • Differentiated Instruction in Meeting the Needs of Every Student
  • Engineering Teachers’ Pedagogical Credentials
  • Design-based research methodology for pedagogical interventions in learning
  • Teachers Perception – success & challenges of AI integration in teaching
  • Transforming Education Through Technology: Best Practices and Case Studies
  • Next-Gen Learning Environments: Integrating AI for enhanced education
  • Navigating the Tech-Enhanced Learning Landscape: Challenges and Solutions
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR & VR) for Experiential Learning
  • Technology in education for differently abled students
  • Learning Analytics in academic success and behavioural modelling
  • Technology assisted Collaborative Learning
  • Peer Assessment in Educational Evaluation: Enhancing Learning through Collaborative Feedback
  • Assessment for Learning: Empowering Students through effective Assessment Practices
  • AI-Based Assessment and Evaluation: Leveraging Technology
  • Feedback mechanisms for refining teaching methods through assessment
  • Diversifying assessment approaches: Success stories
  • Constructive feedback to enhance inclusivity in assessments
  • Scalable and adaptive learning analytics
  • Incorporating GenAI Era competencies into assessments
  • Promoting Research Mind-set / Research Capacity Building Among Faculty
  • Research Experiences for Students as Part of Formal Curriculum
  • Research Funding Models
  • Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Engineering Education Research Practices
  • Institutional Research for Socio-Economic Development of the Region
  • Institutional Ecosystems for Building Engineering Education Research Capacity
  • Ethical and Societal Implications of Engineering Education Research
  • Policy and Advocacy for Engineering Education Research in Institutions
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Engineering Education Research
  • Necessity and Challenges of Research in Education
  • Case Studies of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Educational Institutions and Social Entrepreneurship
  • Start-up Incubation and Acceleration Programs
  • Funding, Investment setting, Policy and Regulatory frameworks for Engineering Ventures
  • Nurturing Entrepreneurship and Start-up Culture in Engineering Education
  • International Collaboration Opportunities for Students to Create a Globalized Engineering Workforce
  • Governance and Leadership in Universities/Institutes
  • Global and Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Engineering Education
  • Equity, Culture, Ethics, Diversity, and Inclusion in Engineering Education
  • Role of Teaching and Learning Centres in Transforming Engineering Education
  • Faculty Development and Capacity Building
  • Incorporating Industry-Academia Partnerships in Preparing Role-Ready Students
  • Role of Alumni in Enhancing the Education Eco-system
  • Tech-Savvy, Paperless Campus for Sustainable & Efficient Learning

Important Dates

  • Call for Papers – 01 June 2024
  • Full Paper Submission Deadline – 15 August 2024
  • Full Paper Status Notification – 15 October 2024
  • Camera Ready Paper Submission Deadline – 15 November 2024

Registration Deadline

  • Early Bird Registration – 30 November 2024
  • Regular Registration – 10 December 2024
  • Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length papers on their original and unpublished research works in the tracks specified.
  • The length of the paper shall be 4-8 pages with good clarity of the content (text, images and equations).
  • The authors must follow the manuscript template provided while preparing the papers, click here to download the template.
  • The authors need to specify the track and sub-track in the submitted manuscript. Refer to the website for the track and sub-track details.
  • The paper submitted must be submitted in PDF format.
  • All paper submissions are subject to a double-blind review process. Hence, any information identifying the authors or their institution should be anonymized while submitting the paper.
  • Paper submitted will be desk rejected in the following cases:
    • Non-compliance with double-blind submission policies
    • Similarity index above 15%
    • Out-of-conference scope submission
  • Submitted papers will undergo a double-blind review process, assessing novelty, significance, scientific rigor, clarity, and quality.
  • Submitted papers must not have been published as copyrighted material nor be submitted for consideration for publication as copyrighted material in print or electronic form.
  • If selected for an in-person presentation, at least one of the authors must register for the conference to present their paper during the conference.
  • Manuscripts of the selected papers will be forwarded to the Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET) for publication in a Special Issue. (Scopus indexed Journal http://www.journaleet.in/).
  • JEET will take at least three months to publish the paper in a special issue after the conference, and the period for Scopus Indexing is 6-12 months.
  • Paper submission via email is not encouraged.
  • Ensure that the title page of your PDF submission does not include authors’ names and affiliations. This information will be added to the final camera-ready copy if your paper is accepted. During the submission process, provide all author details only on the registration page. The PDF file should not contain any author information.
  • Exclude any acknowledgments that may reveal authors’ identities or funding sources from the PDF submission for review. This information will be included in the final camera-ready copy if your paper is accepted.
  • Avoid including project titles or names that could potentially lead to the identification of authors through a web search engine.
  • Name your files carefully. The source file names (e.g., “Rajesh.pdf”) are often embedded in the final output as accessible comments.
  • Use care in referring to your previous works as related works. Do not omit references to provide anonymity, as this leaves the reviewer unable to grasp the context. Instead, you can reference your past work in the third person format, just like any other piece of related work by another author. For example, instead of “Recently, we have proposed a new protocol [9] …,” sentences in the spirit of “Recently, the authors in [9] have proposed a new protocol …” may be used.
  • Papers with the same title and abstract should not be posted on a public website, such as arxiv.org, or shared via public mailing lists or communicated to other conferences/journals/publications.

Contact:
For Paper Submission related queries: ictiee@iucee.org
Paper submission link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ictiee2025

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About VNRVJIET & VJIM

VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology (VNRVJIET) holds a prominent status in the educational landscape of Hyderabad, India. Established in 1995 under the auspices of the Vignana Jyothi Educational Society, the institute imparts high-quality technical education and cultivates a culture of innovation. VNRVJIET is committed to nurturing intellect and propelling societal progress through transformative education. Rooted in the philosophy of “Presencing,” the institute champions an educational approach where learning evolves into a profound voyage of self-discovery and collective empowerment.
Over nearly three decades, VNRVJIET has emerged as a leader in engineering education, offering a comprehensive array of undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs spanning various disciplines of Engineering and Technology. A cornerstone of VNRVJIET is its unwavering commitment to academic excellence, research progress, and strong collaborations with industry partners. The institution takes pride in its distinguished faculty who seamlessly integrate academic prowess with industry insights to deliver a well-rounded education to students.
Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management (VJIM), Hyderabad is an autonomous B-School founded in 1993 to develop professional managers. It is approved by AICTE, accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and South Asian Quality Assurance System (SAQS). It offers 2-Year Full-Time PGDM programs and is certified by AIU (Association of Indian Universities) as an MBA equivalent. The PGDM programs at VJIM aims to create holistic managers, synthesizing conventional and modern management thinking with a global outlook. VJIM equips students with core business skills together with the ability to manage their work creatively and strategically within the context of ethical standards. Appreciating the pace and direction of changes in international business education, the course structure at VJIM is continuously updated in line with the changing needs of the modern business world.
The Centre for Education Technology, established in 2016, serves as a pioneering force in shaping the evolution of educational methodologies at VNRVJIET. Guided by the transformative TPACK (Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge) model, its mission is to leverage cutting-edge educational technologies to redefine global teaching and learning practices. By integrating expertise from pedagogy, cognitive sciences, computer sciences, and informatics, the Centre offers an innovative blueprint for educators. The Centre strives to cultivate dynamic digital learning environments that optimize student experiences. It empowers educators to adeptly utilize technology for personalized instruction and assessment while fostering a culture of continuous professional development and leadership. Through collaborative efforts, the Centre not only enhances content delivery by fostering engagement, interactivity, and adaptation to diverse learning styles but also addresses the training needs of newly inducted faculty. CET ensures that educators are equipped to navigate challenging classrooms with digitally savvy students, thereby contributing to transformative teaching and learning processes.