- Engineers Ireland (EI) is the voice of the engineering profession in Ireland with over 25,000 members from every discipline of engineering. EI will facilitate engagement between the project team and the diverse membership body. This will include hosting a workshop with the project team and engineering employers in Activity 1 to obtain their views on future skills requirements. EI will also facilitate and encourage the communication of project findings to their membership and stakeholders through collaborative seminars and webinars.
- The CGE (Conférence des Grandes Ecoles – http://www.cge.asso.fr/) is a French national institution representing all engineering schools accredited by the CTI (Commission des Titres d’Ingénieurs) which is more than 200 HEIs. It will contribute to project dissemination by advertising project events to their members by newsletter and by integrating the outcomes of the Sustainable. Development and Entrepreneurship Working Group in Activities 1 and 3. Mr. Gérald Majou de La Débutrie, who chairs the WG has been assigned as a representative to the project Advisory Board.
- TEK (Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland - https://www.tek.fi/en/tek) represents about 70,000 members and aims to support them in their careers, to promote professional community spirit and competence and to build a sustainable welfare society. The actions of the A-STEP 2030 project will fulfil and enhance these aims. TEK will disseminate the findings through it's member networks.
- INGENIUM (https://reseau-ingenium.fr/) is a French national network having more than 200 members and 50 engineering HEIs. It brings together teachers and researchers around new research topics in the disciplines of Human Sciences in Engineering HEIs. It will contribute to the dissemination of outcomes by the organisation of a national seminar related to the Activity 1 in December 2020 in Paris. Furthermore, INGENIUM will support the sustainability of the project by the dissemination of the project results to its network.
- The Danish Society of Engineers, IDA - a modern professional association for technical, IT and natural sciences professionals. IDA has more than 100,000 members and represents the interests of employees, managers and self-employed within the fields of pay and employment, the labour market, industrial policy, skills, careers and training, the working environment, technology and research. They will contribute in the dissemination of the project results through their professional network.
- Mr. Markku Markkula is Advisor to the Presidents of Aalto University, is the first Vice-President of European Committee of Regions and the Chair of the Board of the City of Espoo, in Finland. He has memberships on the boards of several companies and other organizations and is a recognised expert in the field of EE. He is one of the emblematic members and actively involved in the SEFI Lifelong Learning WG and will bring his expertise to Activity 1 and 2. He will use his extensive networks and personal profile to disseminate the project results.
- Prof. Mervyn Jones is a Distinguished Research Fellow of Imperial College London (UK). He is a Fellow of the UK Institute of Physics and has been responsible for the Continuing Professional Development Centre (CPDC) at Imperial College. He is active in international Engineering Education (EE) forums and involved in the SEFI Attractiveness of EE WG. He brings his expertise in the field of EE especially with regard to attracting students to the profession and he will utilise his network in the UK for the dissemination of the results of Activity 2.
- Prof. Aldert Kamp is the Director of Education for the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering at Technical University of Delft in Netherlands since 2007. He is the current President of the CDIO Initiative and TU Delft Leader of the Dutch STU Centre of Engineering Education (CEE). He is deeply involved in the rethinking the future development of EE at university level within a horizon of 2030. He will provide his expertise and experience in Activities 1-3.
- IACEE (International Association for Continuing Education) is an international, non-profit and non-governmental organization having a
with special emphasis on addressing the needs of developing countries (http://iacee.org). One of the main objectives of IACEE is to promote research in EE and improve the education and training of engineers through international cooperation. The role of IACEE in the project is to provide expertise in the field of continuing EE and to participate in the dissemination of the A-STEP 2030 project outcomes at an international level.