EPC Congress: Engineering Change

The Annual Congress is the big event in the EPC calendar – an opportunity to network, gain and share insights and stay in touch with developments in policy and practice in engineering teaching, research and innovation. The event is not to be missed by engineering academics in UK higher education, whether you’re a senior professor or have recently joined the profession. Join event

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The Annual Congress is the big event in the EPC calendar – an opportunity to network, gain and share insights and stay in touch with developments in policy and practice in engineering teaching, research and innovation. The event is not to be missed by engineering academics in UK higher education, whether you’re a senior professor or have recently joined the profession.
1
Day Event
35
Speakers
4
Sessions

EPC Congress: Engineering Change

Speakers

Panel 1 Chair: Dr Georgina Harris
Panel 1 Chair: Dr Georgina Harris
Chair of EPC Recruitment and Admissions Committee The Open University
Baroness Brown of Cambridge
Baroness Brown of Cambridge
Chair of STEM Learning STEM Learning Ltd
UK Government Security Advisor
UK Government Security Advisor
UK Government Security Advisor
Panel 2: Bob Tricklebank
Technical Training Manager Dyson Institute
Panel 2:Franziska von Blumenthal
Policy & Research Manager Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB)
Professor Elanor Huntington
Dean Australian National University, College of Engineering and Computer Science
Dr Neil Cooke
Deputy Director School of Engineering Teaching and Learning Centre University of Birmingham
Panel 2 Chair: Prof. Mike Sutcliffe
Chair Elect of EPC Engineering Education & Employability Skills Committee Engineering Professors' Council
Professor Gordon Masterton
Deacon and Professor of Future Infrastructure, University of Edinburgh Glasgow Incorporation of Hammermen
Dr Heiko Struebing
Manager, Artificial Intelligence PwC
Chair: Johnny Rich
Chief Executive Engineering Professors' Council
Chair: Nick Hillman
Director Higher Education Pollicy Institute
Host: Prof John Mitchell
Vice Dean (Education) and Co-Director of the Centre for Engineering Education UCL Engineering
Iain Mansfield
Contributing Editor, Wonkhe and former Civil Servant responsible for TEF
Professor Carsten Maple
Immediate Past Chair, EPC Sectoral Group: The Council of Professors and Heads of Computing (CPHC) University of Warwick
Dr Graham Herries
Director of Digital Technologies Engineering Excellence Group, Laing O'Rourke
Dr Matthew Ingleby
Lecturer and Bloomsbury expert Queen Mary University of London
Professor Alan Smith
Professor Alan Smith
Director of the Materials and Engineering Research Institute and Faculty Head of Business Development Sheffield Hallam University
Professor Colin Turner
EPC President Elect and Head of School for Engineering and Professor of Engineering Education, Ulster University Ulster University
Professor Anna Scaife
Co-Director Policy@Manchester Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, University of Manchester
Dr Lisa Brodie
Head of Department University of the West of England
Dr Helen Ewles
Senior Policy Advisor - Research and Innovation Royal Academy of Engineering
Panel 2: Tom McEwan
Panel 2: Tom McEwan
Senior Researcher Policy Connect
Panel 1: Professor Chris Atkin
Chairman, Engineering Council City, University of London
Professor Sarah Spurgeon OBE
EPC President and Head of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, UCL UCL
Debbie McVitty
Editor Wonkhe
Professor Gill Cooke
Professor Gill Cooke
Head of Teaching, School of Engineering University of Warwick
Katy Turff
Head of Professional Standards Engineering Council
Steve Cross
Comedian and Troublemaker Science Showoff
Christopher R G Wooster
Process Engineer Projective Ltd
Dr Peter Bonfield
Vice-Chancellor and President University of Westminster
Panel 1: Prof. Anne Marie Jolly
Professor Responsible for the WG accreditation at SEFI
David Willetts
David Willetts
former Minister for Universities and Science
David Sweeney
Executive Chair Research England
Nick Hillman
Director Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI)

Agenda

09:00 - 09:30

Registration and refreshments

09:30 - 10:15

Plenary 2: How can world class research have more impact on policy?

G06 Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre

Iain Mansfield

10:15 - 11:15

Panel 4: AI Disruption in the Engineering Sector

G06 Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre

11:15 - 11:30

Refreshments

11:30 - 12:45

Panel 5: Leading Change in Engineering Education - New Model Approaches

G06 Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre

12:45 - 13:00

Closing Remarks

G06 Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre

Professor Colin Turner

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch

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