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Registration is open - CDIO meeting at KTH for the engineers of the future 

Europe/UK-Ireland Regional CDIO meeting 8-9 (and 10) January 2024 – Invitation to attend

CDIO Regional meeting European/UK-Ireland 8-9 Jan 2024 and a picture of the KTH logo on a building.

INVITATION

Published Sep 04, 2023

KTH is proud to host the upcoming regional CDIO meeting for Europe and UK-Ireland on 8th and 9th January 2024 with an additional opportunity to participate in an optional day on 10th January with a change management theme. It will be an inspiring and knowledge-packed event bringing together educational leaders, experts and enthusiasts to share insights, exchange ideas and explore the latest trends in CDIO (Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate).

Who is impacted by CDIO? 

The CDIO Regional Meeting welcomes, enthusiasts, researchers, academics and students working with CDIO. These 2 days offer opportunities for learning, networking and time for working with colleagues in CDIO.

120 places for 2 + 1 days 

  • Monday 8 January, 9:00-17:00 (including the evening) 
  • Tuesday 9 January 9.00-17.00. 
  • Wednesday 10 January 9.00-17.00 - optional extra day for those involved in overall change management within their university. 

Registration period: 1 September-18 December

Register and see the programme here for CDIO Regional meeting European/UK-Ireland 8-9 Jan 2024

CDIO: Transforming Engineering Education for Future Innovators

CDIO, which stands for Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate, is an innovative educational framework revolutionizing engineering education worldwide. With a focus on nurturing skills beyond technical knowledge, CDIO aims to develop well-rounded engineers equipped with the abilities to conceive innovative ideas, design solutions, implement projects, and operate systems effectively.

By incorporating real-world challenges, hands-on projects, and teamwork, CDIO programs empower students to apply theoretical concepts in practical contexts, fostering creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.

Through CDIO, educational institutions prepare future engineers to meet the evolving needs of industries, driving innovation, and shaping the world we live in. Experience the CDIO approach and unlock the potential of engineering education.

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