Annual Academics Conference 2021

Author: Various

Date published

7 January 2022

Price
Free
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Annual Academics Conference 2021

Training
Author

Various

Date published

7 January 2022

Author

Various

Price

Free

Presentations from the 2021 conference: teaching and the climate emergency, and teaching digital skills.

Presentations from the 2021 Annual Academics Conference are now available to view on-demand:  

Day 1: Teaching and the Climate Emergency

  • New accreditation standards: a update - Helen Gribbon, IStructE representative - Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) & Director - Renaissance Associates Ltd 
  • Effecting change in the engineering curriculum - Rod MacDonald, RAE Visiting Professor of Holistic Civil Engineering – IIE Heriot Watt University 
  • The skills that graduate engineers will need - Will Arnold, Head of Climate Action - The Institution of Structural Engineers
  • Building globally responsible engineers: an industry perspective - Luke Smith, Engineering Programme Manager - Engineers Without Borders UK
  • Educating tomorrow’s engineers - Will Dubin, Chair - Civil Engineering Society, Imperial College London & Co-Founder, Intercollegiate Engineering Alliance

Day 2: Teaching digital skills

  • Embracing digitisation - Johanna Isaksson, Structural Engineer – Buro Happold & Peter Nugent, Senior Computational Bridge Engineer – Buro Happold
  • The role of digital tools and data in enhancing resilience - Caroline Field, RAE Visiting Professor of Structure & Infrastructure Resilience - Loughborough University and Associate Director, Resilience Security & Risk - Arup
  • Interweaving digital and analogue design skills from year 1 - Andrew Phillips, Learning Threads Coordinator - Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London
  • Balance in teaching: an emerging professional perspective - Emily Scoones, Senior Computational Design Engineer - Ramboll

New accreditation standards: an update Helen Gribbon, IStructE representative - Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) & Director - Renaissance Associates Ltd

Effecting change in the engineering curriculum Rod MacDonald, RAE Visiting Professor of Holistic Civil Engineering – IIE Heriot Watt University

The skills that graduate engineers will need Will Arnold, Head of Climate Action - The Institution of Structural Engineers

Building globally responsible engineers: an industry perspective Luke Smith, Engineering Programme Manager - Engineers Without Borders UK

Educating tomorrow’s engineers Will Dubin, Chair - Civil Engineering Society, Imperial College London & Co-Founder, Intercollegiate Engineering Alliance

Embracing digitisation Johanna Isaksson, Structural Engineer – Buro Happold & Peter Nugent, Senior Computational Bridge Engineer – Buro Happold

The role of digital tools and data in enhancing resilience Caroline Field, RAE Visiting Professor of Structure & Infrastructure Resilience - Loughborough University and Associate Director, Resilience Security & Risk - Arup

Interweaving digital and analogue design skills from year 1 Andrew Phillips, Learning Threads Coordinator - Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London

Balance in teaching: an emerging professional perspective Emily Scoones, Senior Computational Design Engineer - Ramboll

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Video
Publisher:
IStructE

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Training Education Climate change Video Academic Community IStructE London HQ Education Committee

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