ICELIE’2021 is a forum for presentation and discussion of modern education and electronic learning methods for teaching in the field of industrial electronics and related disciplines. ICELIE’2021 will be co-located with IECON’2021, the flagship conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. These two conferences will hold concurrent sessions and joint activities, but each conference will publish its own proceedings.
Participants can enjoy both ICELIE and IECON conferences and receive both conference proceedings for a single registration fee
The conference will cover eLearning aspects in teaching Industrial Electronics–related disciplines such as:
Tools and platforms
Challenging Technical Aspects
Teaching Industrial electronics for sustainable energy
New applications of information and communication
technologies in electrical and electronic engineering teaching
Mobile learning, teaching and training
Standards development for trust learning platforms
Learning in Industry 4.0
The topics of ICELIE 2021 that will be addressed in this conference will include, but are not limited to:
eLearning in Pandemic: Innovative techniques for teaching industrial electronics in pandemic enviroment. Effects of pandemic for learning and teaching in industrial electronics.
eLearning-oriented devices and networks: Mobility (IEEE 802.11, smart devices); Mobile communications; From 4G to 5G and beyond; Mobile/Wireless networking; Wireless access; Mobile IP, VoIP, IPTV; Satellite technologies; Next generation of mobile technology; User-oriented device interfaces; Adaptable student/device interaction; Wearable devices
eLearning technologies: Architecture of eLearning systems; Informal learning; Exploratory and serendipitous learning; Multimedia and hypermedia; Integrated learning and educational environments; Remote and wireless teaching technologies; Anytime/anywhere eLearning and wearable network devices; Adaptive eLearning and intelligent tools; Agents; Intelligent tutoring systems; Practical uses of authoring tools; Application of metadata and virtual reality.
Tools and platforms: eLearning tools; Mobile/ubiquitous eLearning; Web 3.0 and social computing for learning; Ontologies and semantic Web standards for eLearning; Adaptive and personalized educational hypermedia; Peer-to-Peer learning applications; Social software for collaborative learning; e-Learning platforms, portals and virtual learning environments; Multimedia environments; Web-based learning; Learning content management systems
On-line learning: Content engineering; Internet based systems; Navigational aspects; Virtual spaces; Ubiquitous learning; Mobile e-Learning applications; Pervasive e-Learning; Multi-agent technology in Web-based education; Semantic social networks; Community discovering in social learning systems; Social structure exploitation in e-learning
Mobile learning, teaching, and training: Teaching and learning technologies for mobile learners; Software and hardware systems for mobile learning and teaching; Virtual mobile learning environments; Adaptive learning strategies; Security issues; LMSs for mobile learning; Infrastructure, administrative and organizational issue of mobile learning; Applications of mobile technology in open, distance and corporate education; strategies and policies on mobile learning
Hybrid learning: Didactics; Teacher-centric and student-centric approaches; Self-learning integrated methodology; Learner autonomy; Interactive hybrid learning; Collaborative learning/groupware; Content management for hybrid learning; Digital libraries; Content development in hybrid learning; Outcome based teaching and learning
Challenging technical aspects: Remote laboratories; Simulation/emulation vs. physical experimentation; New e-Learning virtual/remote laboratories; eLearning software and hardware; Curriculum projects and experiences; Educating the educators; Simulated communities; Online mentoring; Personalization; Corporate training
Assessing eLearning: Organization of eLearning; Cost models for eLearning; E-market place for higher education;
Evaluation of eLearning; eLearning effectiveness and outcomes; Global trends in eLearning
IECON 2021 is the 47th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES), focusing on contemporary industry topics ranging from electronics, controls, manufacturing, to communications and computational intelligence.