Erasmus Mundus: 'Mobility for Life' Workshop in Thailand · 9. September 2011
Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, in cooperation with Aalborg University, Denmark and Erasmus Mundus, will hold an International Conference entitled “Mobility for Life: Problem Based Learning, Technology and Telecommunications” on 5-7 March 2012.
The international conference “Mobility for Life: Problem Based Learning, Technology and Telecommunications 2011 (PBL-TT’11)” will be held in Chiang Rai during March 5-7, 2012. The conference will act as an international dissemination workshop for all “Erasmus Mundus: Mobility for Life” partners and scholarship recipients. This 3-day event will provide a dynamic platform for experts, scholars, higher education policy makers and private sector parties from Europe, Asia and other parts of the world to exchange ideas, research findings, innovations, best practices, lesson learned and challenges encountered throughout the research process, as well as the implementation of problem-based learning, technology and telecommunications.
The conference is being organized to share an understanding of problem-based learning both in theory and practice, with higher education personnel from Europe and Asia, particularly those participating in the “Erasmus Mundus: Mobility for Life” project and implementing problem-based learning in their institutions. Additionally, the exchange of innovative knowledge and research findings in the fields of technology and telecommunications will be shared.
The conference will be organized into sessions based on the theme “Mobility for Life: Problem Based Learning, Technology and Telecommunications”. Each session will be based on one or more sub-themes and will be comprised of 6-10 papers, chaired by an expert on the subject.
1. Problem based learning
a. Theory and practices
b. Good practices of implementation
c. Obstacles of the implementation
d. Evaluating and monitoring
a. Environment, energy and planning
i. Environmental management
ii. Energy management and engineering
iii. Urban and regional planning
b. Bio-technology and pharmacy
c. Human-centered informatics
d. Sustainable tourism
e. Women's /gender studies
3. Telecommunications and wireless technologies
a. Wireless sensor networks
b. Internet of Things
c. Network management and planning
d. Security, privacy and trust
e. Software-defined radio and cognitive radio
f. Next generation networks
g. Business and management