Organizing Committee

Honorary Chairs

Juan José Rodríguez-Andina, Spain

Mariusz Malinowski, Poland

Milos Manic, USA

Kamal Al-Haddad, Canada



Abdellah Touhafi, Belgium

Peter Korondi, Hungary


Technical Program Chairs:

Jerzy Baranowski, Poland

Csaba Budai, Hungary

Martin Novak, Czech Republic

Larisa Dunai, Spain

Cihan Varol, USA

Kazuhiro Umetani, Japan

Gayan Kahandawa, Australia


Programm committee

Imre Kocsis, Hungary

Jan Haase, Germany

Luis Gomes, Portugal

Reza Abrishambaf, USA

Gayan Kahandawa, Australia


Publication committee

Giampaolo Buticchi,CN


Tutorials and Special Sessions committee

Yousef Ibrahim, Australia


Steering Committee

Jose Alfonso Antonino Daviu, Spain

Ahmad Ibrahim, Canada,

João Martins, Portugal

Antoni Grau, Spain

Wen Changyun, Singapore

Husam A. Almusawi, Hungary

Call for Papers

ICELIE is an educational conference co-located within IECON, the flagship conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, which is independent in terms of key topics. The main objective of the events is to discuss the new didactic methods and teaching/learning technologies that ensure efficient training in the field of industrial electronics. Like all areas of engineering, engineering education is undergoing major changes. Education has been transformed by COVID, and the demand for online laboratory measurements has increased. The new challenge is the integration of AI-based tools into the educational process, the fruitful application of chatbots and machine learning algorithms in learning and engineering problem solving. Recently, the project-based approach, which focuses on real engineering tasks, has become widespread, but at the same time, AI tools have emerged that can partially or completely solve many project tasks. These applications can shorten the problem-solving process, but increase the importance of professional control, as AI based tools often provides incorrect solutions. Papers are invited that address current challenges in engineering education in terms of content development, didactics and technology. Lectures dealing with the methodology of knowledge transfer in the field of industrial electronics are welcome. Effective teaching requires the identification of key knowledge elements and engineering competencies, and the development of new approaches to teaching methodology. Participants registered for ICEILE will be able to attend all IECON presentations, including keynotes, and the Gala Dinner will be a joint event of the two conferences. Each conference will publish its own proceedings.

The topics of IEEE-ICELIE 2024 that will be addressed in this conference will include, but are not limited to:
New Approaches and Standards in Engineering Education: Curriculum development, content management. Digital libraries, online sources. Didactics in engineering education. Self-learning, learner autonomy, collaborative learning. Teaching science with an engineering approach. Model-based and data-based system description and design. STEM competences. Educating the educators.
Project- and Problem-based Learning in Industrial Electronics: Adaptation of real-world projects into the curriculum. Projects that span the entire engineering education process. Curriculum projects and experiences. Working in teams. Industry relevance through practical projects.
Remote Laboratories, Internet-Based Measurements, Virtual Laboratories: Simulation/emulation vs. physical experimentation. E-Learning laboratories hardware and software. Simulated communities; Online mentoring; Personalization; Corporate training. Innovative online assessment tools and techniques.
Online learning, E-learning: Content engineering. Internet based systems. Navigational aspects. Virtual spaces; Ubiquitous learning; Mobile E-Learning applications. Pervasive E-Learning. Multi-agent technology in web-based education. Semantic social networks. Community discovering in social learning systems. Exploitation of social structures in e-learning.
Assessing E-Learning: Organization of E-Learning, Cost models. E-marketplace for higher education. Remote collaboration strategies, effectiveness and outcomes of E-Learning, use of data analytics for learner performance evaluation, integrity of assessment, effective feedback in digital formats. Assessment methods for virtual project work.
AI-Based Intelligent Agents in E-Learning: The role and impact of AI-based intelligent agents like chatbots and virtual assistants in the e-learning environment. Design, implementation, and effectiveness of AI tools. Integration of AI agents into existing learning platforms. Personalized tutoring, real-time assistance. Ethical considerations in AI-based education.
E-Learning technologies: Architecture, multimedia and hypermedia. Intelligent devices. Mobile communications, mobile/wireless networks, satellite technologies. User-centered device interfaces. Adaptive student-device interaction, E-Learning and intelligent agents. Wearable devices, ubiquitous E-Learning. Web 3.0 and social computing for learning. Social software for collaborative learning, multimedia environments. Security issues.

Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements. Participants are automatically subscribed to the ICELIE and IECON conference and receive both conference proceedings for a single registration fee. The Organizing Committee of ICELIE 2024 looks forward to welcoming you to Sheraton Grand Chicago Riverwalk, Chicago, USA

Important dates:

Abstract or Full Paper Submission: April 15, 2024
Full Paper Submission: May 13, 2024
Acceptance Notification: June 10, 2024
Final Submission and Registration: July 1, 2024
Conference dates: November 3-6, 2024