Modern Challenges and Approaches to Humanitarian Engineering
Transcending Humanitarian Engineering Strategies for Sustainable Futures
Demystifying Humanitarian Engineering: A comparative study on perceptions in UK and Asia
A Taxonomy of Engineering Attributes for Tackling Humanitarian Challenges
18 – 19 May 2021, 1st International Symposium on “Humanitarian Engineering Challenges and Approaches”, organized by University of West Attica, Greece
12 – 16 Sep 2022, 2nd International Symposium on “Humanitarian Engineering Challenges and Approaches”, organized by University of West Attica, Greece
The ENHANCE Taxonomy of Professional Attributes
When designing engineering curricula, the aim of meeting market, industry and societal needs should be central. Developing curricula which integrate markets, industry and communities within the HEI education framework creates its own specific challenges and opportunities. Optimal curriculum design aims at delivering attributes (knowledge, skills, experience) needed for industry, market, government and tackling grand challenges. The ENHANCE taxonomy aims to demonstrate how these needs can be met through the application of state-of-the-art education approaches.