TU Dublin invites Leading Experts to SEFI Annual Conference 2023, Exploring Engineering Education for Sustainability
TU Dublin is delighted to host the SEFI Annual Conference, renowned as Europe's largest scientific gathering dedicated to Engineering Education.
Among other cutting-edge discussions is an exploration of the dynamic intersection of engineering and Artificial Intelligence (AI), entitled "Which Engineering is needed for AI?” This plenary session is one of many highlights of the SEFI Annual Conference, the largest of its kind in Europe, which provides invaluable insights into the role of engineering in the rapidly evolving field of Artificial Intelligence.
TU Dublin is a leader in sustainability, and has a strong focus on engineering and STEAM education, offering a range of engineering degree programmes. The university is renowned for producing digital literate graduates ready for the 'real world' and has strong links with leading engineering tech companies – making it the perfect host for thought leaders and experts to gather to imagine the future of engineering education. The SEFI Annual Conference, Engineering Education for Sustainability, aims to provide a platform for academia, industry professionals, and students to exchange ideas, share knowledge, and foster a robust European network of contacts. The 2023 conference, hosted by TU Dublin, will be the largest SEFI conference to date, featuring a diverse range of topics, including Climate Change and Sustainability, Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion, Engagement with Industry and Society, Innovation in Teaching and Learning, and Fostering Engineering Education Research.
SEFI, a non-profit international organisation, has been actively fostering the development and enhancement of engineering education in Europe since 1973. Its mission is to advocate for the importance of engineering education and promote the image of engineering education professionals in society.