Technical papers on the aspects related to (but not limited to) those in the topics of interest are invited for oral presentation. The program committee encourages the submission of invited sessions with at least five manuscripts on a well-defined subject of current interest. If you are interested in this, please fill the form to apply invited session. All papers in invited sessions will be subject to review and assessment by the Program committee.
(IV1) Apply AI Technique on Science and Technology Education
Artificial intelligence technology will be widely used in the future and will continue to affect human life.During the education and learning process stage, the teachers should be provided with more AI concepts, methods, technologies, and applications to students. This Invited Section includes the following Topics:
1. AI experience in different fields
2. Artificial Intelligence Solution
3. AI tool application examples
Prof. Jih-Fu Tu
Department of Electrical Engineering, Lunghwa University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Invited papers only
(IV2) Design Thinking in Education: Cultivating Creative Minds for the Future
This inspiring conference session that delves deep into the transformative realm of Design Thinking in Education. In this engaging and enlightening session, we will explore the dynamic fusion of creative thinking, STEAM education, design in circular economy and innovative ideation, focusing on their pedagogical uses in the creative industry and groundbreaking applications in engineering and AI generative design. The session will be a vibrant exploration of methodologies that nurture young minds to become innovative problem solvers, equipping them with the skills necessary to thrive in the ever-evolving landscape of the 21st century.
Prof. Chung-Sheng Chen and Prof. I-Jen Sung
Department of Product Design, Tainan University of Technology, Taiwan
Department of Industrial Design, National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
Invited papers only
(IV3) EdTech in Reshaping the Higher Education Landscape
Advancements in educational technology (EdTech) have revolutionized higher education in recent years. From a scientific and technical perspective, these innovations have fundamentally reshaped how students access and interact with educational content. Integrating artificial intelligence and machine learning has enabled personalized learning experiences and tailoring education to individual needs. Additionally, the widespread use of online platforms, e-learning resources, and virtual reality tools has expanded the boundaries of the traditional classroom, allowing for immersive and interactive learning experiences. Furthermore, data analytics and learning management systems have provided educators with valuable insights into student performance and have improved the overall efficiency of academic institutions. As a result, the higher education sector has become more accessible, flexible, and data-driven, offering students a more dynamic and personalized learning environment. This transformation underscores the profound impact of EdTech on higher education, enhancing the learning process for both students and educators.
The special session will explore the scientific and technical aspects of leveraging technology to transform higher education and provide a platform for sharing research findings and practical insights. It perfectly aligns with the conference theme, and its relevance lies in its commitment to promoting inclusivity in higher education through technological innovation.
The scope of this session will include the scientific and technical aspects of how EdTech can revolutionize higher education.
Topics included but not limited to:
• Advancements in educational technology
• Pedagogical Innovations Using AI in Higher Education
• Generative AI and Large Learning Models (LLMs)
• Adaptive learning platforms like Global Classroom, Flipped Classroom, and similar E-Learning resources
• Ethical AI and AI Governance
Dr. Mehul Mahrishi, Dr. Asad Abbas, and Dr. Samira Hosseini
Writing Lab, Institute for the Future of Education, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico
Invited papers only