EAEEIE European Association for Education in Electrical and Information Engineering

The EAEEIE Annual conference is held every year by the European Association for Education in Electrical and Information Engineering (EAEEIE). EAEEIE is a European non-profit organization, with members from nearly seventy European Universities, most of them providing education in the area of Electrical and Information Engineering and Mechatronics.

In recent years the conference proceedings have been published through IEEE Xplore® and indexed in major databases; this year we will apply for this as well. The conference is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE, the world's largest techical professional organization for the advancement of technology.

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We warmly welcome you to three unique and inspiring venues in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.










Main subject

Innovative learning for innovation

Through education engineering youngsters are preparing themselves to continue upon the achievements of the previous generation. In a wide range of different professions, much knowledge and many skills must be taught to the younger engineering generation. It is of importance that the engineering education is assembled carefully to make sure that all competences are well-educated. Teachers were able to manage the learning processes of young people in the past.

Nowadays the way of education is changing. Students demand more modern education and students say they want to be inspired more by teachers, while teachers focus more on what they need, when they need to solve problems for clients that more often are complex and ask for more sophisticated solutions.

Similarly, the engineering education system aims to improve learning activities and provide society with competent engineers. More teaching effectiveness might be found when education is more directed to situations young practitioners will encounter when starting their jobs. Next to the regular solving of engineering problems, also being able to work in interdisciplinary teams, work in an ethical way, have focus on sustainability issues, and adept to intrapreneurial tasks.

Innovation can be seen as finding new ways to educate engineers students in a better way and inspire them more. But it is also a goal, students can innovate, to create new or renewed products that will be accepted by the market. Innovation is not something that will spontaneously emerge. The engineering employees within a company must develop innovation. But innovation has multidisciplinary and complex aspects. Therefore, it is reasonable that higher engineering education should direct more to develop these capabilities to students.

Innovative learning

  • Educational methods and innovations in engineering education
  • Experimental learning and learning experiences in engineering
  • Educational games and simulations
  • Learning analytics
  • Personalized Learning
  • Gamification in engineering education
  • Accreditation and quality assurance in engineering higher education
  • Companies’ mindset of quality of starting engineers
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Building interpersonal skill set.


  • Gender and diversity issues
  • Ethics and deontology
  • Intercultural collaboration

Innovation development

  • Research and innovation as a part of education
  • Cooperation with the industry
  • AI (Artificial Intelligence) in education
  • Entrepreneurship and innovation
  • Innovation Engineering as a learning line for engineering education


    • E-learning, mobile learning and computer-based learning
    • Distance, open and flexible education
    • Virtual and remote labs
    • MOOC (Massive Open Online Course)
    • Social media in education
    • Distance education methods and technologies in a pandemic situation


    EAEEIE its main purpose is to be a conference networking platform for higher education staff to present new educational developments. The mission of the EAEEIE is to enhance higher Engineering education through understanding European education practices, industry participation, continuing education, credit transfer in international exchanges, scientific and educational research, and to determine criteria to establish standards on higher Engineering education for the future. 

    We strongly urge younger colleagues to attend the conference, as it will provide them with a chance to learn more about European programs in research and education. Renowned specialists from a variety of sectors will be able to present their own innovative developments. 


    EAEEIE sees conference contributions will improve engineering education for the future. We bring together lecturers, researchers, and professionals in the field of Electrical and Information Engineering and Mechatronics from around Europe and beyond with the goal of exchanging ideas and information and contributing to the advancement of Electrical and Information Engineering and Mechatronical education. ​ 

    Our motto ‘Innovative learning for innovation’ enhances the way the event of this year will be represented.

    General Chairs and local organizing committee

    • Abigail Albuquerque (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Hay Geraedts (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Jan Vleeshouwers (Eindhoven University of Technology, NL)
    • Nico van der Aa (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Sjoerd Hulshof (Eindhoven University of Technology, NL)

    Technical Program Committee

    • Agnes Berendsen (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Aharon Gero (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, IL)
    • Alison Loenen-Sharp (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Anna Friesel (Technical University of Denmark, DK)
    • Anne van Hoof (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Carlos Ferreira (Coimbra Institute of Engineering, PT)
    • Dante Augusto Barone (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, BR)
    • Dorian Cojocaru (University of Craiova, RO) Dorin Popescu (University of Craiova, RO)
    • Dušan Maga (Czech Technical University in Prague, CZ)
    • Fernando Barbosa (FEUP, PT)
    • Fernando Lopes (Coimbra Institute of Engineering, PT)
    • Gabriel Gaspar (University of Zilina, SK)
    • Georgi Radulov (Eindhoven University of Technology, NL)
    • Georgios Tsirigotis (International Hellenic University, GR)
    • Gert Jervan (Tallinn University of Technology, EE)
    • Giorgos Papadourakis (Hellenic Mediterranean University, GR)
    • Hélène Frémont (University of Bordeaux, FR)
    • Helgi Thorbergsson (University of Iceland, IS)
    • Inácio Fonseca (Coimbra Institute of Engineering, PT)
    • Irina Luijtelaar-Parasschiv (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Ismo Hakala (University of Jyväskylä, FI)
    • Jaromír Hrad (Czech Technical University in Prague, CZ)
    • Jean-Marc Thiriet (University Grenoble Alpes, FR)
    • Jeroen Voeten (Eindhoven University of Technology, NL)
    • Johann A Briffa (University of Malta, MT) Josef Hynek (University of Hradec Kralove, CZ)
    • José-V. Benlloch-Dualde (Polytechnic University of Valencia, ES)
    • Juan Carlos Burguillo-Rial (University of Vigo, ES)
    • Juraj Dudak (Slovak University of Technology, SK)
    • Laura Grindei (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, RO)
    • Laure Petrucci (University Paris 13 and CNRS, FR)
    • Laurens Alexander Bronckers (Eindhoven University of Technology, NL)
    • Lenka Lhotská (Czech Technical University in Prague, CZ)
    • Maria João Marques Martins (Military Academy, Lisboa, PT)
    • Marian Poboroniuc (Technical University of Iaşi, RO)
    • Mark van Bentum (Eindhoven University of Technology, NL)
    • Мarko Hölbl (University of Maribor, SI) Milan Sigmund (Brno University of Technology, CZ)
    • Nina Bencheva (University of Ruse, BG)
    • O.raz Raz (Eindhoven University of Technology, NL)
    • Olga Timcenko (Aalborg University Copenhagen, DK)
    • Petra Poulová (University of Hradec Králové, CZ)
    • Plamen Zahariev (University of Ruse, BG)
    • Ralph Goes (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Ramiro Serra (Eindhoven University of Technology, NL)
    • Saba Mylvaganam (University of South-Eastern Norway, NO)
    • Shannon Verkruijsse (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Tarık Kışla (Ege University, İzmir, TR) Tomáš Zeman (Czech Technical University in Prague, CZ)
    • Ton Gielen (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, NL)
    • Ulf Johannsen (Eindhoven University of Technology, NL)
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