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  • Mission

    Through engineering education initiatives and collaboration with academia, industry, society and government, SPEED is committed to improving the future of engineering education whilst embracing the considerable engineering challenges being faced in the 21st century.

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    SPEED strives to empower students to become a factor of change in EE by providing them with the skills, knowledge and resources necessary to become a global engineer and show them how they can think globally and act locally

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  • 29th Nov- 2nd Dec, 2014, Dubai,U.A.E

    Theme: Engineering Education without Borders

     

    Global Student Forum :

     

     The GSF (Global Student Forum) is a global conference organized by the Student Platform for Engineering Education Development (SPEED), which draws academicians, representatives from government, industry and non-profit organizations, and an increasing number of students from around the world to discuss issues pertinent to Engineering Education. During this event, students will be a part of an international experience, submerged in the atmosphere of cross-cultural communication and creative thinking. Participants will take part in workshops aimed at providing them with tools to find innovative solutions with a global perspective and apply them in their local communities to improve upon Engineering Education. Students will get a chance to learn about existing student projects, get involved and/or start their own regional and global initiatives with the aim of maximizing the student voice within the Engineering Education community. The World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF) follows this event.

     

     Global Student Forum 2014 :

     

    Participants started arriving to Dubai on 29th November 2014. A welcome dinner was organized at American University in Dubai. The dinner began with an introduction to SPEED by Alexandra Seeman, 10th GSF local chair. She also provided the students important instruction for their stay in Dubai. This was followed by some ice breaking sessions for the students to network with fellow participants from different parts of the world. The dinner was provided after the ice breaking sessions.

     

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    The GSF was kick started by Aswin Karthik, 10th GSF International chair. He gave an introduction to SPEED and the 10th GSF. He gave the participants an insight into SPEED’s work and core-values. The next session was the keynote speech which was delivered by Dr.David Delaine spoke about “Action Planning an Educational Life”. He spoke about the importance of multidisciplinary research in engineering education. He encouraged the participants to be a reflexive engineer rather than just being a traditional engineer. He asked the participants to first understand the purpose of pursuing engineering. He emphasized on a peaceful change through love, peace and networking. The importance of having an action plan for education that included aspects such as a theme, objectives, tasks, responsibilities, timeline and evaluation was also made known.

    The next session was guest lecture by David Bradford, project director of Burj Khalifa. He spoke about the planning and construction of the Burj Khalifa from its foundation. He focused on the important interdisciplinarylearning and strategic planning for successful execution of any project. He also told the participants some interesting facts about Burj Khalifa.

     

     

    Joe Packhem, SPEED External Affairs Officer gave the participants an introduction to brainstorming. He focused on the advantages of brainstorming in groups to generate more ideas and also some tips on evaluating the ideas generated post brainstorming. This was followed by a presentation on introduction to action planning by Ana, BEST representative at the 10th GSF. She talked about the various ways to do effective action planning and also some useful tools such as Gantt chart and SWAT analysis.

     

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    Industrial Site Visit:

     

    Participants were taken to the world’s tallest man-made structure, Burj Khalifa. The presentation on Burj Khalifa in the morning helped the students visualize all the information there was provided in the morning.

     

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    The participants were divided into 3 different tracks which were streamlined from the theme Engineering without Borders. The students were indulged in brainstorming about the various challenges in engineering education students were indulged in brainstorming about the various challenges in engineering education. The 3 tracks are as below.

     

    Track 1: Re-imagining EE in and out of the classroom 

    Track 2: Re-imagining EE beyond the silos of discipline 

    Track 3: Re-imagining EE through the world

    The students were ready with their action plan at the end of day 2.

     

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    The 2nd Day ended with a cultural evening in which participants from different countries got a chance to display their local tradition. Participants were dressed in their traditional attire, served their local food to everyone and also performed their traditional dances.

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    The 3rd day of GSF had all the sponsors’ presentation followed by presentation of action The 3rd day of GSF had all the sponsors’ presentation followed by presentation of action based on creativity, sustainability, thoroughness, feasibility and social impact of the action plan. The winner of each track competed against each other in the final round for the final action plan winner.

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  • Action Plan Competition

    The action plan competition is the main activity of the Global Student Forum. This is where issues in Engineering Education are discussed by the students, under the guidance of industrial and academic professionals.

    This year’s action plan competition’s theme is “Engineering Education without Borders”. Students will be joining efforts to come up with action plans on how to overcome current limitations in Engineering Education under the following three tracks:

    Track 1: Re-imagining EE in and out of the classroom

    In this track, students will re-think their educational experience, blend different forms of learning in and out of the classroom in order to overcome pedagogical barriers in the traditional classroom while still meeting stakeholder needs.

    Key questions for discussion:
    · What traditional learning models can be challenged to reflect the findings of new research in engineering education?

    · How can we transform learning in and out of the classroom?

    · How can we increase customization of curricula to meet individual learning needs, the retention of engineering students from primary school through graduate school, and the ease of assessing “real-world” skills in our engineers (creativity, resourcefulness, etc.)

    · What effect do student-teacher ratios have on students’ outcomes?

    · What technologies help, and what technologies do more harm than good?

    Track 2: Re-imagining EE beyond the silos of discipline

    In this track, students will tackle the barriers of integration within engineering specialties as well as with other disciplines (humanities, sciences, arts, social sciences etc.) in order to create a more well-rounded and holistic engineer.

    Key questions for discussion:
    · How can we collaborate across disciplines in a model that breeds innovation and creativity?

    · What are the advantages of offering engineering degrees with varying degrees of cross-breeding with other majors outside of engineering?

    · How can we best prepare engineers for the multi-faceted skills and challenges they’ll face?

    Track 3: Re-imagining EE through the world

    In this track, students will consider the development of the global engineer and productively collaborate internationally. Great innovation comes from the mixing of cultures, politics, and religious beliefs. It is the responsibility of the well-prepared global engineer to understand, respect, and work with these issues.

    Key questions for discussion:
    · How do we work across international borders when our very audience lacks facilitating technologies for communications?

    · How do we ensure that all engineers across the world are given access to the same opportunities?

    · How do we level the playing field for international collaboration?


    After the GSF is over, students will start working on implementing their action plans in their respective communities and hence inducing change towards a better Engineering Education.

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    Q: What is SPEED?

    A: The Student Platform for Engineering Education (SPEED) is a global, non-profit student organization that functions as an interdisciplinary network of engineering students, who aspire to provide opinion and create an impact on future development of engineering education and its effect on society and environment.  We look to inspire the actions and development of globally minded, engineering student leaders intent on helping engineering education evolve.  As a member society of the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES), we strive to provide important student ideas and perspectives to the international engineering education community.

    Q: What is the Global Student Forum?

    A: The GSF (Global Student Forum) is a global conference organized by SPEED which draws academicians, representatives from government, industry and non-profit organizations, and increasingly students from around the world to discuss issues pertinent to engineering education. Through this one week event, students will be a part of an international experience, submerged in the atmosphere of cross-cultural communication and creative thinking. Participants will take part in workshops aimed at providing them with tools to find innovative solutions with a global perspective and apply them in their local communities to improve upon engineering education. They will get a chance to learn about existing student projects, get involved and/or start their own regional and global initiatives with the aim of maximizing the student voice within the engineering education community. This event is a part of the World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF).

    Q: What is the World Engineering Education Forum?

    WEEF is a 4 days conference that combines a number of international engineering education conferences. Under the theme Engineering Education for a Global Community”, The World Engineering Education Forum – WEEF 2014 – will include over 70 multidisciplinary sessions, bringing together the world most renowned experts to address the latest innovation, advances, technology, issues and challenges in engineering education. WEEF will be taking place directly after the GSF in Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre and students who attend the GSF will get the chance to attend WEEF as well.

    For more information: http://weef2014.org

    Q: What is the theme for GSF Dubai-2014?

    The GSF theme for this year is “Engineering Education without Borders”. The world needs a new generation of engineers. We need professionals who are capable of innovating at a global scale, who have an open mind, who are resourceful, and who are able to work in interdisciplinary groups. We basically need engineers who are capable of jumping across borders, going around them, or even better: taking them down.

    Borders can be seen as lines of division, edges or boundaries. They are necessary in order to define countries or areas, but they also represent barriers to engineering education. We need to jump across geo-political borders in order to have a global engineering community. We need to eliminate social and cultural barriers in order to have innovative and effective engineering solutions in remote places. We need to break down the divisions between engineering disciplines in order to have multidisciplinary team workers. Finally, we need to overcome mental borders in order to come up with non-traditional solutions.

    The 10th GSF’s main goal is to come up with student-generated action plans that can lead to overcoming borders and challenges in reaching a global Engineering Education. In order to achieve this we will learn from Dubai’s birth from a desert, learn from its diverse engineering community, and have an impact on the local community.

    Q: Who should attend this event?

    A: Any engineering student leader who is interested in impacting engineering education on a global or local level is invited.  Students from the undergraduate through the post-doc level are welcome.  Student status/university enrollment must be proven to gain admittance. 

    Q: Why should I attend the event?

    A: The Global Student Forum will give you significant exposure to the global engineering community. You will get the chance to broaden your network of connections by directly interacting with worldwide known academicians and professionals from the engineering industry. You will also get the chance to contribute to the evolution of the Engineering Education system. The main objective of the GSF is to address issues pertinent to Engineering Education and suggest solutions for these issues through action plans which will later be implemented in various communities. Besides this, you will take part in an extremely fun and exciting experience where you well get to make new friends from all over the world, get exposed to different cultures and explore Dubai through various activities such as site seeing, community service and industrial site visits, all taking place during the GSF.

    Q: How much is the Registration Fee and what does it cover?

    The GSF registration fee is 800$ (early registration by 28th August) and 900$ (late registration by 28th September). The registration fee covers all the student’s expenses between the 29th of September and the 6th of December that are related to the GSF and WEEF. This includes accommodation, transportation, food and activities expenses.

    Q: How do I get my Visa documents / letter of invitation?

    The GSF registration and payment of fee must be completed. Once you are done with those procedures you will get your letter of invitation from the host university. You registration fee will be refunded in full incase of visa rejection. Important: You have to upload your passport copy during registration for us to verification of your details and to provide with the necessary documents. 

    Q:  How can secure funds to attend the GSF?

    A: In case you cannot pay the registration fee, SPEED will help you try to obtain funds from your university and local businesses. You can also write a letter explaining why you cannot get funds to go to the GSF, and email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

    Q: How can I register for the GSF?

    A: Engineering Students Registrations:

    1) Register for the Global Student Forum at:

    http://worldspeed.org/portal/index.php/reg.html

    The Global Student Forum is an event that seeks engineering student leaders intent on improving engineering education.  Since the GSF is not open to the public students who register and do not fit the desired profile not will be accepted.  The review process for the application may take up to a few days. Accepted students will be notified from the SPEED team via email as promptly as possible.

    2) Upon approval an invoice from SPEED will be sent via www.paypal.com to the individual who has applied.

    3) Once the registration fee ($800) is paid, the individual is registered and further information about the Global Student Forum will be sent.

    University Representative registrations:

    1) After agreement between SPEED and the university an invoice will be sent to the university via paypal reflecting the cost of the agreed upon students.

    2) The university can then pay for the registration through the secure www.paypal.com connection. 

    3) After the payment has been sent, SPEED will inform the university and the university shall instruct the agreed upon students to register for the GSF at: http://worldspeed.org/portal/index.php/reg.html

    Q: How will I know if I have been accepted to attend the event?

    A: After we analyze your application, we will contact you by email to inform if you have been accepted or not.

    Q: What days should I book my flight to Dubai?

    A: You should arrive to Dubai on the 29th of November and leave on the 6th December before night. The accommodation for the night of 6th December will not be covered by your registration fee.

    Q: How can I process the payment of the registration fee?

    A: You can pay through PayPal or through bank transfer or in site. The details will be mailed once you've registered.

    Q: How can I become a member of SPEED?

    A: Follow the process on our website ww.worldspeed.org, or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Q: What Touristic attractions are there in Dubai?

    A: http://weef2014.org/dubai/

     

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