European Engineering Deans Council (EEDC)
2011-09-27 Lisbon Portugal
Founded 27 Sep 2011, Lisbon (Portugal), as an initiative of F-XJ5338 - Academic Network EUropean and Global ENgineering Education (EUGENE), under the leadership of D-XD4224 - Société européenne pour la formation des ingénieurs (SEFI) and Instituto Superior de Engenharia Lisboa (ISEL). Registered in accordance with Belgian law, Mar 2012. As of Dec 2014, dissolved and integrated within SEFI as its Ad Hoc European Council for Engineering Deans.
Encourage the exchange of information, experiences, challenges and best practices between leaders of engineering college, faculty or schools, identify opportunities for engineering deans to collaborate with industry and other stakeholders in education, research and innovation and therefore build a network to support engineering deans in playing a leadership role in developing European and national policy to advance economies.
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