The Educating the Mobility Engineers of Tomorrow (EMET) session addresses crucial issues for engineering education, covering the latest trends and developments from both education and industry perspectives.
The session brings together a carefully selected panel of leading figures from academia with a link to industry, to discuss engineering education trends and the global skills agenda with in-depth analysis and lively debate.
Dr. Saskia Monsma and Mr I. V. Rao
Mr. Pierre Duret
Director, Powertrains & Sustainable Mobility, IFP School,
Prof. Bernard Rolfe
Associate Professor, Deakin University,
Dr. Bhaskar Ramamurthy
Vice Chancellor, Anna University,
Dr. Sarit Kumar Das
Director, IIT Ropar
The seminar will enable educators, students and stakeholders from all areas of the automotive industry and supply chain to share experience, knowledge and lessons learned in order to help improve opportunities for those graduates pursuing a career in automotive and helping educators to ensure the relevance of their courses and the employability of their graduates.
The EMET session will have presentations from a diverse range of panellists from across the world. The session encourages delegate interaction with the aim of determining a realistic way forward to bridge the gap between university output and industry needs.
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All delegates are invited to join us at the EMET session on:
Wednesday 3rd October 14.00-16.00 in the Plenary Hall