Throughout history, engineers have been defined as those who bring technological innovation to society. However, the concept of innovation and the role of the engineer are now changing as a result of globalization, the digital revolution, growing inequalities and environmental concerns.
Training Engineers for Innovation therefore analyzes the ways in which the educational systems for engineers are adapting to these new demands, as well as the conditions in which this training has developed.
This book brings together the works of a consortium of researchers dedicated to the subject area as part of the Innov’Ing 2020 project. Its contributors present various means to devise effective pedagogies adapted to a holistic approach to innovation which incorporates the technical, economic, social, ethical and environmental dimensions of engineering.
Keywords: training; design; innovation; adaptation; st; societal; engineering; century; technological; challenges; contemporary; engineer; event; models; changes; companies; student; innovators; priorities; new, Engineering Management, Training & Human Resource Development / Presentation Skills, Engineering Management, Training & Human Resource Development / Presentation Skills