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Many countries are facing unprecedented economic conditions. Engineering and technology skills are of immense value to ensure countries can sustain and develop their international competitive advantage. Against this we’re facing a decline in young people who wish to pursue engineering careers at differing entry levels.

The theme Engineering the Knowledge Economy: Collaboration, Engagement & Employability wishes to challenge the education, industry and government sectors to develop a cohesive, systemic process that enables learners to engage and develop into world class engineers.

On behalf of the organising committee, we would like to warmly invite you to participate and submit material to the 2014 Annual Conference of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE2014).

Also, this year’s conference will be co-located with the IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering 2014 (TALE), hosted by Victoria University of Wellington. Click here to learn more.  

The presentation / participation categories are:

  • Peer Reviewed Paper Presentation
  • Master Classes

The annual AAEE Conference is the largest gathering of engineering educators in Australasia, bringing together delegates to discuss engineering education research and best practice. More than 200 professionals from diverse engineering education backgrounds are expected to attend this event, including:

  • Engineering academics
  • Academics from other STEM disciplines who teach engineering students
  • Professional engineers in industry
  • School teachers who support STEM
  • Policy makers from Government
  • Students

The conference proceedings are now available on the Programme page.

AAEE 2014 Organising Committee



The aim of the IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering 2014 (TALE) is to provide a forum for academicians and professionals from various educational fields and with cross-disciplinary interests to network, share knowledge and engage in dialogue around the theme of fostering innovation and excellence in engineering education. To this end, both research and practice-oriented papers are invited that encompass all aspects of education in the engineering fields (including computing, computer science, information technology and cognate disciplines). The conference features traditional paper presentations, workshops, as well as keynotes by renowned educational experts and authorities.

To find out further information about TALE click here.


2014 The 6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Engineering and Technology Education (APCETE 2014)  will be co-hosted with AAEE 2014 and is being organised by the Association of Taiwan Engineering Education and Management (ATEEM).

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