Keynote Lectures

New Trends in Engineering Education: Mega Projects and Globalization
Prof. A. Kolmos

Statics for Engineers: From Diagnosis of Students Difficulties to a Statics Concept Inventory and an Open Course
Prof. P. S. Steif

The Work of the Joint Board of Moderators: Reflections on the UK Accreditation Process, Educational Standards and the Skills needed by Industry
Dr J. Roberts

Engineering Education Policies and Politicians...
Prof. T. P. Tassios

EUR-ACE®: The European System of Accreditation of Engineering Education and its Relevance for Civil Engineering
Prof. G. Augusti

Session 1: Teaching & Learning
Chair: Iacint Manoliu, Ellen Touw

Information Technologies in Structural Engineering: A Paperless Course
A.G. Sextos

A Training, Demonstration Project for Current and Future Workforce in a Coupled Natural Human Agricultural Ecosystem
A. N. T. Papanicolaou

Curriculum Development Using Graphs of Learning Outcomes
T. Auvinen

Student Perspectives on Communication: A Case Study on Different Methods of Communication Used by Engineering Students
M. J. Rainey and T. F. Lawlor-Wright

Session 2:
Civil Engineering Curricula: Old and New-A
Chair: Roger Frank, Marina Pantazidou

A Cultural Divide? Different Modes of Teaching Construction Management
A. L. Ahearn, S. Popo-Ola, A. Ciribini and G. Girmscheid

The Role of EERI Seismic Design Competition in Imparting Technical Competence and Professional Exposure in the Undergraduate Civil Engineering Curriculum
D. Verdes, K. Ramanathan and A. Khosravifar

Educating Civil Engineers on Hazard Mitigation and Sustainability
K. L. Katsifarakis

SASICE: Safety and Sustainability in Civil Engineering
G. Terti, M. Savoia, J. Azevedo, A. Bloodworth, G. De Roeck, V. Esteban – Chapapria, A. Lobo,
G. Lombaert, G. Magenes, P. Prinos and G. Vigianni

On the Economic Approach to Natural Hazards Management. What Economics Can Add to Common Technical Knowledge on Hazard-Risk Binomial in Engineering Disciplines?
P. Díaz Simal and S. Torres Ortega

Session 3: Bologna Implementation and Concerns
Chair: Colin Kerr, Stephanos Dritsos

Civil Engineering Education and the Bologna Declaration: A Greek Retrospective
V. J. Moseley and S. E. Dritsos

Civil Engineering Education, 12 Years After Bologna – A Case Study: Romania
I. Manoliu 

Civil Engineering Studies at the Silesian University of Technology according to the Bologna Declaration
L. Szojda

Session 4: PhD Studies
Chair: Jean Berlamont, Achileas Papadimitriou

Graduate and Master Curricula in the Field of Civil Engineering at Escola De Camins of UPC (Spain)
S. Olivella and A. Huerta

Development and Implementation of a Postgraduate Course On Research Methodology for Engineers and Scientists
P. Latinopoulos

Greek Universities at a Cross-Road: How Can Their Decline Be Reversed
S. Anagnostopoulos

Session 5: Civil Engineering Curricula:Old and New-B
Chair: Diego Lo Presti, Stavros Anagnostopoulos

Enduring Constituents of Civil Engineering Curricula: Educational Field Trips and Diploma Thesis
M. Pantazidou and P. Marinos

The Visual Impact Issue in the Civil Engineering Curriculum
C. Otero, C. Manchado and R. Arias

How to Work with Curved Structures: Theory and Applications
J. Paavola and E.-M. Salonen

Session 6: Qualifications, Accreditation, Assessment
Chair: David Lloyd-Smith, Marie-Ange Cammarota

Effect of the Teaching Activity Evaluation in the Engineering Education Quality
F. J. Martin-Carrasco, J. J. Fraile-Ardanuy and L. Garrote De Marcos

Quality Assessment in Engineering Education in Spain: Towards a New Accreditation Agency
B. Suarez, J. A. Revilla and L. Galan

The role of the AUDIT program in the Internal Quality Assurance Systems as motor of the Technical learning process adaptation for European Space for Higher Education (ESHE): an opportunity to restart the system
P. Diaz Simal, P. Serrano Bravo and A. Ascorbe Salcedo

German Study Program Accreditation at Dead End?
U. Quapp and K. Holschemacher