About the CEEDA study › Who is conducting the research?

Project lead

The research is led and undertaken by Dr Ruth Graham, of R H Graham Consulting

Advisory group

The research is guided by an academic advisory group, to ensure that the project responds to the most pressing needs of the engineering education community at this time of rapid change.  Membership of the advisory group is drawn from the co-funding institutions, with group members listed below:

  • Aalborg University, Denmark:
    Anette Kolmos
    (Professor and Director of the Aalborg Centre for Problem-Based Learning in Engineering Science and Sustainability)
  • EPFL, Switzerland:
    Pierre Dillenbourg
    (incoming Vice President for Education)
  • MIT Engineering School, US:
    Ed Crawley
    (Professor and Co-Director of NEET)
  • MIT Sloan School, US:
    Lori Breslow
    (Senior Lecturer and founding Director of MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory)
  • Olin College of Engineering, US:
    Jessica Townsend
    (Interim Academic Vice President)
  • SUTD, Singapore:
    Pey Kin Leong
    (Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies)
  • Tec de Monterrey, Mexico:
    Jaime Bonilla-Ríos
    (Associate Dean, School of Engineering and Science)
  • UC, Chile:
    Jorge Baier
    (Associate Dean for Education, UC Engineering)
  • UCL, UK:
    Emanuela Tilley
    (Director of UCL’s Integrated Engineering Programme)
  • 4TU, Netherlands:
    Antoine van den Beemt
    (4TU Centre for Engineering Education Chair)
  • Royal Academy of Engineering
    (tbc)