You are cordially invited to attend an International Online Workshop jointly organized by the Collaborative Research Centre 1411 “Design of Particulate Products” and the International Fine Particle Research Institute (IFPRI):
Dates: 10 May 2021 (2.30pm – 6pm), 11 May 2020 (1.45pm – 6 pm) – All times Central European Summer Time
N.B. Registered attendees in time zones which make live attendance difficult will be able to view videos of the plenary talks shortly after the event
Scope: The first afternoon will comprise plenary talks discussing the current status and challenges facing the particle technology and product design curriculum. The second afternoon will consider blended learning methods (use of digital tools, flipped classroom model etc) applied to teaching particle technology and related fields. Besides a series of plenary talks, there will be breakout sessions where colleagues from the field will discuss opportunities and challenges of blended and online learning, and also share experience gained over the last year of emergency online teaching.
For more details of the scope of the workshop, please see the attached flyer.
While participation at the workshop is free of charge, registration is required in order to receive access to the video conference and discussion board. Further information (schedule, speakers and abstracts) and the online registration form is available on the workshop website: www.crc1411.research.fau.eu/pt-education-workshop2021/
You are kindly asked to forward this invitation to colleagues at your institutions involved in teaching particle technology and product design who may benefit from attending the workshop.
We look forward to welcoming you to the digital workshop!
Robin Klupp Taylor
(CRC 1411 principal investigator and workshop organizer)