Murjottelu – Interdisciplinary Training Campaign for Industrial Design and Engineering Students

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At the SEFI Annual conference July 2008 in Aalborg the session chairs were asked to assess the papers presented. Based on this assessment eight papers were identified as being the “Best Papers” at the 2008 Annual SEFI Conference. The authors from these papers have been offered to have their papers published in the European Journal of Engineering Education.
The 8 Best Papers are:
Murjottelu – Interdisciplinary Training Campaign for

Industrial Design and Engineering Students


Maija Itkonen1,2, Kalevi Ekman1, Inka Kojo 1,2

1 Laboratory of Machine Design, Helsinki University of Technology

2 School of Design, University of Art and Design Helsinki

New Openings in University-Industry Cooperation -The Innovation University

as the Forerunner of European University Reform


Markku Markkula1 and Pia Lappalainen2

1 Helsinki University of Technology, Lifelong Learning Institute Dipoli, TKK Dipoli

2 Helsinki School of Economics

A multicultural, multidisciplinary, short course to introduce recently graduated engineers to the global nature of professional practice


Pam Hazelton1, Molly Malone2, Anne Gardner1

1Faculty of Engineering, University of Technology, Sydney

2Int. Inst. of Women in Engineering, EPF, Sceaux

The Phumelela Project: Improving the Success of Engineering Students


Duncan Fraser

Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Cape Town

Engineering Skills Education:

The Bachelor in Engineering Programme of the “Vrije Universiteit Brussel” as a Case Study


L. Van Biesen, H. Rahier, H. Vanherzeele, R. Willem, A. Hubin, I. Veretennicoff, N. Deblauwe,

M. Ponet

Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Faculty of Engineering, Brussels

Establishment reality vs maintenance reality: how real is real enough?


E. D Lindsay1, S Murray2, D K Liu2, D B Lowe2 C G Bright1

1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University, Perth, Australia

2Faculty of Engineering, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Teaching creativity involves both cognitive and affective learning

processes organized as 3D cases on The Creative Platform


S. Hansen, C. Byrge

and (to be integrated with)

The Creative Platform:

A didactic for sharing and using knowledge in interdisciplinary and intercultural groups


C. Byrge, S. Hansen

Department of Planning and Development, Aalborg University, Aalborg



M. Christie1 and R. Garrote Jurado 2

1CKK, ITU, Chalmers, Göteborg, Sweden

2 University College of Borås, Borås, Sweden

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