2018 - Proceedings of the 14th International CDIO Conference

Proceedings of the 14th International CDIO Conference, Kanazawa, Japan, 28 June - 2 July 2018

Year: 2018

Editors: Casey Bean, Jens Bennedsen, Kristina Edström, Ron Hugo, Janne Roslöf, Robert Songer and Tomohito Yamamoto 

Institution: Kanazawa Institute of Technology

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Table of Contents

 Advances in CDIO

Relevance of CDIO to Industry 4.0 – Proposal for 2 New Standards

       Sin Moh Cheah and Helene Leong

       Pages: 22-39

The CDIO Framework and New Perspectives on Technological Innovation

       Frido Smulders, Aldert Kamp and Clement Fortin

       Pages: 40-52

Visualizing 17 years of CDIO influence via Bibliometric Data Analysis

       Alexandra Meikleham, Ron Hugo, Aldert Kamp and Johan Malmqvist

       Pages: 53-72

Student Success: On the Need for a New Standard

       Alejandra Gonzalez, David Barrera, María Patricia León, Mariela Curiel and Luis David Prieto

       Pages: 73-87

CDIO Implementation

Design Thinking for CDIO Curriculum Development

       Chong Hwa Lee, Linda Lee and Natha Kuptasthien

       Pages: 88-98

CDIO Framework and SkillsFuture: Redesign of Chemical Engineering Curriculum after 10 Years of Implementing CDIO

       Sin Moh Cheah and Katerina Yang

       Pages: 99-114

Training the Staff - How to Develop Personal and Interpersonal Competences at Faculty Level

       Jane Flarup and Helle Wivel

       Pages: 115-128

CDIO-Based Curriculum Development for Non-Engineering Programs at Mass Communication Technology Faculty

       Uravis Tangkijviwat, Wanchanok Sunthorn, Natchaphak Meeusah and Natha Kuptasthien

       Pages: 129-138

Developing Logbook Keeping as a Professional Skill through CDIO Projects

       Sarah Junaid, Paul Gorman and Laura Leslie

       Pages: 139-149

Experience in the Development of Bachelor’s Program "Chemistry"

       Yuliya Petrova, Ekaterina Sevast’yanova, Viktoria Kraynik, Dmitry Kuzin, Valeria Bezuevskaya, Sergey Kosenok and Alexey Drenin

       Pages: 150-159

The integration of CDIO Standards in the Application of Project Based Learning as a Hands-on Methodology: An Interdisciplinary Case Study in Production Engineering

       Sergio Ricardo Mazini, Sueli Leite, Priscilla Aparecida Vieira Moraes, Márcia Maria Teresa Baptistella and Rangel Ferreira do Nascimento

       Pages: 160-169

Coordinated Design and Implementation of "Bioengineering Design" and "MedTech" Courses By Means of CDIO Projects Linked to Medical Devices

       Andres Diaz Lantada, Luis Ignacio Ballesteros Sanchez, Enrique Chacon Tanarro, Ana Moreno Romero, Rafael Borge Garcia, Miguel Angel Pelaez García, Rafael Ramos Diaz and Jesus Juan Ruiz

       Pages: 170-179

The "UBORA" Design Competition: An International Student Challenge Focused on Innovative Medical Devices Developed using the "CDIO" Methodology

       Arti Ahluwalia, Carmelo De Maria, Andres Diaz Lantada, Licia Di Pietro, Alice Ravizza, Mannan Mridha, Philippa Ngaju Makobore, June Madete and Janno Torop

       Pages: 180-189

Combining CDIO and Case Study Methodologies in Flipped Classroom Strategies

       Juan Munoz-Guijosa, Enrique Chacón, Javier Echávarri, Andres Diaz Lantada, Alvaro Guzman Bautista  and Jesús De la Peña García De la Tenaza

       Pages: 190-201

Math for Engineering Students

       Hans Peter Christensen

       Pages: 202-211

Elective Projects Course: Realizing the Academic Interests of Students

       Flor A. Bravo, Jairo A. Hurtado, Carlos I. Paez and Ana V. Prados

       Pages: 212-222

"KIT Physics Navigation" Showing Relationship Between High School and University

       Tomoshige Kudo, Keita Nishioka and Akira Nakamura

       Pages: 223-229

Experiences on a CDIO Introductory Project Transfer to  a New Teacher

       Katriina Schrey-Niemenmaa and Antti Piironen

       Pages: 230-237

Integrating Sustainability in Academic CDIO Subjects: A Review after Three Years of Experience

       Angel Uruburu, Ana Moreno-Romero, Ruth Carrasco-Gallego, Rafael Borge, Julio Lumbreras and Rafael Miñano

       Pages: 238-249

Product, Process & System Building Skills Education by Constructing a Citizen Support System

       Mikiko Sode Tanaka and Takao Ito

       Pages: 250-260

Interactive Teaching in Interpersonal Skills as Innovation in Engineering Education

       Jørgen Erik Christensen, Markku Karhu, Cecillia Christensen and Jonita Martelius

       Pages: 261-271

The Educational Influences of Project Design Education on Students' Learning Abilities

       Hung Nguyen-Xuan, Keiichi Sato, Long Dam-Duy and Viet Nguyen-Xuan-Hoang

       Pages: 272-283

Waterfall vs. Agile Project Management Methods in University-Industry Collaboration Projects

       Marika Säisä, Katariina Tiura and Janne Roslöf

       Pages: 284-292

Engineering Education Paradigm Shift in Metropolia UAS

       Jukka Jonninen, Antti Piironen and Heikki Valmu

       Pages: 293-301

Pedagogical Results: Joint Entrepreneurship Course in Engineering and Business School

       Aderson Campos Passos, Edson Kenji Kondo, Waldemar Barroso, Magno Neto and Carla Danielle Monteiro Soares

       Pages: 302-314

Involving Stakeholders in CDIO Projects

       Jacob Nordfalk, Ian Bridgwood, and Mads Nyborg

       Pages: 315-327

Book-App as Course Literature in CDIO-Based Project Courses - Students' Perspectives

       Erik Hulthén and Panagiota Papadopoulou

       Pages: 328-338

Balancing Online and Face-to-Face Teaching and Learning Activities

       Emiel van Puffelen, Melanie van Berkum and Julia Diederen

       Pages: 339-348

Building STEM Education Framework Through Networking Collaboration

       Aleksandr Arnautov, Natalia Gafurova, Yaroslav Fadeev and Viktor Dyomin

       Pages: 349-359

A New Method for Manufacturing Engineering Projects

       John Clausen

       Pages: 360-371

On the Importance of Peer Instruction in Group Design Projects

       Nikola Chalashkanov, Avinash Bhangaonkar and Rob Thornton

       Pages: 373-384

The Application of CDIO Standards to Clinical Engineering Education

       Yoshiyuki Shimizu, Simon Thollar, Yuichi Anada, and Naohiko Hayata

       Pages: 385-395

Card Model Implementation at TDMU Aligned with CDIO Standard 8

       Tham Vo Thi Hong and Anh Phan Nguyen Quynh

       Pages: 396-408

A Systemic Approach in an Electronics Engineering Curriculum

       Alejandra Gonzalez, Diego Patino, Luisa Garcia and Lizeth Roldan

       Pages: 409-420

Applying Kaizen in a Project-based Learning Environment

       Katariina Tiura and Marika Säisä

       Pages: 421-431

Video Development Methods for CDIO-Based Project Courses

       Panagiota Papadopoulou, Kanishk Bhadani, Christian Stöhr, Erik Hulthén, Magnus Evertsson and Johan Malmqvist

       Pages: 432-443

Fostering Engineering Thinking through Intelligent Electronic Production Program at NIT Sendai College

       Kazutaka Baba, Fujiki Nahomi, Tadayuki Hayashi, Yasuhiro Kashiwaba, Koji Kawasaki, Senshi Nasu, Mio Sakuma, Shigeyuki Seki, Jun Sonoda, Takatoshi Suenaga, Testuya Ooizumi  and Takahiro Yonamine

       Pages: 444-455

AI Assisted Advising for Growth of University Students

       Takayuki Fukuda, Toshiaki Izumiya, Shinji Takashima, Shoji Takechi and Akane Araki

       Pages: 456-466

Practice and Evaluation of Statistics an Introductory Lecture on Peer Instruction

       Tetsuya Taniguchi, Tomoshige Kudo, Hidetaka Yamaoka and Makoto Nishi

       Pages: 467-472

Project Process Management in a Student-Driven Learning Environment

       Sanna Määttä, Janne Roslöf and Marika Säisä

       Pages: 473-481

Student-Centered Learning in CDIO Framework

       Antti Piironen, Ann Padley and Kaisla Saastamoinen

       Pages: 482-491

Co-Creative Education beyond Cultures at Kanazawa Institute of Technology

       Tomohito Yamamoto, Minoru Nakazawa and Masako Osuna

       Pages: 492-502

Challenging Engineering Students With Uncertainty in a VUCA Situation

       Haraldur Audunsson, Thordur Vikingur Fridgeirsson and Ingunn Saemundsdottir

       Pages: 503-511

Blended and Project-Based Learning: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

       Alexandra Meikleham, Ron Hugo and Robert Brennan

       Pages: 512-527

The Improvement of Faculty Competence and Collaboration Between Academia and Industry: A Case Study in the Engineering Courses of a Brazilian University Center

       Sergio Ricardo Mazini, Wesley Pontes, Pedro Sergio Hortolani, Rodrigues and Lucas Mendes Scarpin

       Pages: 528-537

A Case Study Designing Training Curricula to Support  Implementation of CDIO

       Andrew Marchand, Gam Thi Hong Luong and Tham Thi Hong Vo

       Pages: 538-551

From Group to Independent Project Work: Does CDIO Prepare Learners?

       Laura Leslie, Paul C Gorman and Sarah Junaid

       Pages: 552-561

Implementing a Collaborative ICT Workshop between two Universities in Japan and Thailand

       Yuichi Anada, Naohiko Hayata, Simon Thollar, Mitsutaka Yasuda, Eiji Shimada, Joel Rian, Kenji Saito, Mitsuyoshi Nagao, Tsukasa Hokimoto, Natha Kuptasthien, Uravis Tangkijviwat, Deachrut Jaithavil, Waiyawut Wuthiasthasarn and Pongpon Nilapreuk

       Pages: 562-573

A Framework for Second Language, Communication and Engineering Learning Outcomes

       Avinda Weerakoon and Nathan Dunbar

       Pages: 574-585

An Engineering Workspace for Integrating Sustainability Applied Research into Learning

       Siaw Soon Chee, Eunice Goh, Hannah Gardner, Yadong Wang, Leonard Loh and Keng Wah Choo

       Pages: 586-603

Searching for Symbiosis: Opportunities and Obstacles in Formula SAE Team/School Administration Relationships

       Michael L.W. Jones

       Pages: 604-614

An Integrated Professional Practice and Employability Initiative in an Engineering Undergraduate Programme

       Simon Howell, Geoffrey Tansley, Graham Jenkins and Wayne Hall

       Pages: 615-625

A Practical Application of Business System in enPiT2

       Satoru Myojin, Masahiro Sakai, Naohiko Hayata, Mitsutaka Yasuda, Takeshi Tanigawa, Kei Ito and Michiko Oba

       Pages: 626-636

The Evaluation Method of Ability Achievement Levels in a CDIO Syllabus

       Hua Shen, Fei Gao, Long Liu, Ernan Ju and Xue Han

       Pages: 637-653

Turning Programming into a Relevant Topic Engineers

       Erik Berglund and Dennis Persson

       Pages: 654-665

Collaboration between Duy Tan University and High Schools:  A Report on the Support Process for High School Science and Engineering Fair

       Dong L.T. Tran, Bao N Le, Duong Vu and Tan Tran

       Pages: 666-676

Integration of CDIO Standards to Enhance Students' Entrepreneurial Skills and Knowledge

       Duong Vu and Sy N Dang

       Pages: 677-686

Professionalism for Engineers: Soft Skills in Engineering Education to Prepare for Professional Life

       Aseel Berglund

       Pages: 687-698

A Case Study of Integrated Multidisciplinary Project-Based Learning in Polytechnic Education

       Vinayak Prabhu, Peter Lim, Siew Wee Kwek and Hannah Gardner

       Pages: 699-710

Active Learning in Redesigning Mathematics Courses for Engineering Students

       Annoesjka Cabo and Renate Klaassen

       Pages: 711-722

CDIO Implementation in the ICT Engineering Curriculum – Semester Projects

       Tauno Tepsa, Maisa Mielikäinen and Juhani Angelva

       Pages: 723-733

CDIO Implementation Using 24/7 Working Spaces

       Eduardo A. Gerlein, Jairo A. Hurtado and Juan M. Cruz

       Pages: 734-744

The Pedagogical Developers Initiative – Sustainable Impact or Falling into Oblivion?

       Björn Kjellgren, Hans Havtun, Lasse Wingård, Magnus Andersson, Björn Hedin, Niclas Hjelm and Anders Berglund

       Pages: 745-754

Add-on Certificate in Global Competence: A Pragmatic Answer to a Challenging Question

       Björn Kjellgren, Elizabeth Keller and Yoko Takau-Drobin

       Pages: 755-769

Teaching Computer Programming Using Gamification

       Peng Shorn Siew

       Pages: 770-780

Developing Staff for Effective CDIO Implementation

       Gareth Thomson and Robin Clark

       Pages: 781-791

Flipped Classroom in the UCSC School of Engineering: Enhancing In-Class Time

       Claudia Martinez, Marcia Muñoz, Matilde Basso and Claudio Oyarzo

       Pages: 792-802

The Impact of Implementing One Programme-Wide Integrated Assessment Method

       Suzanne Hallenga-Brink, Wianda Visser and Miranda de Hei

       Pages: 803-813

Development and Implementation of the CDIO Approach in Kuban State Technological University

       Alexander Chuchalin, Tatyana Barkhatova and Svetlana Kalmanovich

       Pages: 814-825

Engineering Education Research

Executive Summary: A PhD Thesis with a CDIO Theme

       Kristina Edström

       Pages: 826-844

A Typology of Engineering Designs in Problem-Based Projects

       Samuel Brüning Larsen and Per Bigum

       Pages: 845-854

Mapping Architectural Engineering Students' Learning in Group Design Exercises

       Geza Fischl, Kaj Granath and Craig Bremner

       Pages: 855-865

Faculty Experiences in Interdisciplinary Programs: Opportunities and Challenges

       Åsa Gustafsson and Mirka Kans

       Pages: 866-877

Engineering Students Ready for a VUCA World? A Design-Based Research on Decisionship

       Siegfried Rouvrais, Sophie Gaultier Lebris and Matthew Stewart

       Pages: 878-887

A Design-Based Vision on Future Roles in Engineering

       Renate Klaassen, Matthijs van Dijk, Roald Hoope, Danielle Ceulemans, Aldert Kamp, Martin Jacobs and Maarten van der Sanden

       Pages: 888-899

Fluid Mechanics Project-Based Learning Kits: An Analysis of Implementation Results in a Blended Classroom

       Alexandra Meikleham, Ron Hugo and Robert Brennan

       Pages: 900-923

Gender Differences in Engineering Students’ Choice of Studies

       Asrun Matthiasdottir

       Pages: 924-935

Engineering Education: Are Efforts in SoTL Reaching the Engineering Classroom?

       Nancy Nelson and Robert Brennan

       Pages: 936-951

Lessons Learned from Student Satisfaction Surveys of CDIO Project Courses

       Johan Malmqvist, Lars Almefelt, Mattias Bingerud and Mikael Enelund

       Pages: 952-969

Connecting North and South through Challenge-Driven Education

       Anders Rosén, Anna-Karin Högfeldt, Ann Lantz, Lena Gumaelius, Ramon Wyss, Margareta Norell Bergendahl, Jesper Vasell , Suzan K. Lujara

       Pages: 970-986

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