The programme will features keynotes, individual papers presentations, networking sessions and conference dinner. 

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Key Note Speakers

Keynote speaker for ISEE 22.

Mary Curnock Cook CBE

Mary Curnock Cook is an independent education expert serving in a non-executive capacity on a number of Boards.

From 2010-2017, Mary was Chief Executive of UCAS. Earlier in her career she held executive and non-executive positions in the education, hospitality, food and biotech sectors.

Mary is chair of Pearson Education, its UK arm, and also chairs the governing body of the Dyson Institute. She is a non-exec Director at the Student Loans Company, the London Interdisciplinary School, the Student Room and Education Cubed, and a Trustee  at the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI).  She has the role of Network Chair for Emerge Education, the leading edtech investor in Europe.

In 2021, Mary took on the Chair of the UPP Foundation Student Futures Commission, set up to ensure successful student futures following the pandemic. She is a regular speaker and commentator on HE policy and practice and a recognised champion of the student interest.

Mary has an MSc from London Business School and was awarded an OBE in 2000, and a CBE in 2020 for services to further and higher education. She is an honorary Fellow of Birkbeck and Goldsmiths and has an honorary doctorate from the University of Gloucestershire.

Aldert Kamp

Aldert Kamp, Director of Education for TU Delft Faculty of Aerospace Engineering (2007-2020) is deeply involved in the rethinking of higher engineering education with a horizon of 2030.

More than 20 years of industrial experience in space systems engineering, 15 years of academic teaching, educational management and leadership, and an in-depth study of trends in society, engineering and higher engineering education, have given him good insight in the competencies engineering students will need at graduation for a successful career in the rapidly changing world of work. He is the author of the influential report "Engineering Education in a Rapidly Changing World - Rethinking the Vision for Higher Engineering Education" and fervent blogger about "Adapting Engineering Education to Change".

Aldert has been involved in university-level education policy development, reconstruction of engineering curricula and audits of Dutch and international engineering degree programmes. He is the Academic Liaison for the Global E3 university consortium, European Co-leader and Council member of the CDIO Initiative (an innovative education framework for producing the next generation of engineers) and Co-leader of the Dutch 4TU. Centre for Engineering Education that facilitates innovations in higher engineering education. He is a board member of the Educational Leadership Course produced by the Erasmus University Rotterdam, TU Delft and University Leiden and trainer of module "Curricular Change Is Not Rocket Science".

Greet Langie

Greet Langie holds a MSc degree and PhD in Physics from the University of Leuven (Belgium). From 2009-2011 she was the chair of LESEC (Leuven Engineering and Science Education Center), a research center focusing on applied educational research in engineering and science HE-programmes. From 2012 until now she’s the vice dean of the Faculty of Engineering Technology (KU Leuven, Belgium), a multi-campus faculty with more than 7000 students.

In her research she’s focusing on the transition from secondary education to university within the STEM-field. She coordinated the Erasmus+ projects readySTEMgo (in which she focuses on early identification of STEM readiness and on targeted academic interventions) and PREFER (in which she studies professional roles and employability of future engineers,). 

Professor Langie received the title ‘ING.PAED.IGIP h.c.’ from IGIP and she’s active in several international networks: she’s a board member of SEFI, the committee chair of capacity building within SEFI, the co-organizer of the yearly IIDEA-summercourse at Tsinghua University and a member of the Advisory Board of BEST.