Welcome to ICEEI 2024- Engineering Education and Innovation!

2024 6th International Conference on Engineering Education and Innovation (ICEEI 2024) is an optimal platform for academic communications, exchange of ideas and inspirations between specialists and scholars in the fields of education and innovation, including hot issues such as vocational education, applied psychology, innovation economy and innovative research.

2024 6th International Conference on Engineering Education and Innovation (ICEEI 2024) will take place in Da Nang, Vietnam on December 7-9, 2024, technical supported by Innovation Center for Engineering Education at Seoul National University.

We are very happy to welcome you all in Da Nang. Nevertheless, in view of the possible travel restrictions, the conference will be planned in the form of a hybrid conference with as many authors and participants as possible attending the conference in Da Nang in person, and others attending remotely.


Publication & Indexing

Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by technical program committees based on the paper's topic, quality, etc. Accepted and presented papers will be published into ICEEI Conference Proceedings, submitted for Scopus. (Paper Format)

We recognize that not every paper will necessarily contain new theoretical results or new algorithms, and encourages the submissions that provide a thorough review of models and analyses that are validated through implementation and experimentation. We will make every effort to fairly review papers with a systematic manner.

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Important Date

Submission Deadline: June 30, 2024

Acceptance Notification: July 30, 2024

Registration Deadline: August 15, 2024

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Submission Methods

Papers submitted via the Electronic Submission Systemor contact us via iceei2019@zhconf.ac.cn if you encounter any problem.

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Conference Program

Dec. 7: Registration Day

Dec. 8: Opening Remarks& Keynote Speeches&Parallel Sessions

Dec. 9: Parallel Sessions or Day Tour (Pending)

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