You are cordially invited to attend the MSIE 4.0 Public Seminar. For this seminar, the focus will be on research related to four out of sixteen courses being developed in this MSIE 4.0 project. The audience will have a clear picture of why they have become a part of the curriculum.
Date: January 20, 2020
Time: 9.00 AM – 12.00 PM
Venue: Room 206 Research Building
Department of Industrial Engineering
Faculty of Engineering, Thammasat University (Rangsit Campus)
MSIE 4.0 will co-host the International Conference on Active Learning in Engineering Education (PAEE/ALE’ 2020) in Pattaya, Thailand, during August 26 -28, 2020 and you are cordially invited to submit a paper and participate in this event. PAEE/ALE’ 2020 will bring together academic people and interested industry professionals around the world to exchange their knowledge and ideas on Engineering Education related to the conference theme “Striving Engineering Education Towards Student Competence Development”.
As we are experiencing, technological advancement has created a new landscape for how business functions and is reshaping job profiles prompting companies to revisit their human capacity building. This chain effect ripples back and urges all academic institutions to not only keep their curricula up-to-date but also equip their instructors with various teaching and learning strategies and methods. Research in Engineering Education has been showing the effectiveness of active learning environment in the building of students’ skills. We are looking for your submission to share an important role of active learning in preparing more creative and innovative professionals.
Similar to previous PAEE/ALE conferences, the participants will be in contact with current research on active learning in Engineering Education. They will also experience active involvement in hands-on sessions, workshops, debates, a round table, poster sessions, and student project sessions. Furthermore, we are enthusiastic about having prominent keynote speakers to share their visions on Engineering Education to inspire our academic people. Our keynote speakers will offer different perspectives to expand the horizon of our participants.
Your participation will strengthen our Engineering Education community and make our education stronger.
Engineering GREATS for Engineering Schools
Today, Dr. Pisut Koomsap (the Project Coordinator), shares his view on ‘GREATS’ character of future engineering graduates and how MSIE 4.0 competence-based curriculum is being developed to build the ‘GREATS’ character.
Venue: Thammasat School of Engineering
G: Growth mindset
R: Role model
E: Emotional intelligence
A: Authentic person
S: Social responsibility
“Success is measured by a positive impact made on others, not one’s own self” — Pisut Koomsap