The aim of the Symposium is to establish a stable framework for the exchange of experiences between researchers in mechanism and machine science, with special emphasis on New Learning Technologies and Globalisation. For this III Edition, the inclusion of a new section on new learning models in pandemic, in which the UNED has a clear protagonist role, is foreseen.
ISEMMS is an international congress, held every four years, which brings together experts from all over the world in the teaching of machine and mechanism science. It is sponsored by the International Federation for the Promotion of Mechanism and Machine Science, IFToMM, and its Education Commission, the promoter of the events.
The activity for which funding is requested is the organisation of the event, to be held on 1 and 2 December this year, at the UNED Headquarters.
- Education during/after pandemic
- Mechanical Engineering education: new trends and experiences.
- Mechanism and machine science in the mechanical engineer curricula
- MMS in the engineer program: methodology, virtual labs and others