June 17-18, 2013


ENMA Education 2013 International Conference
June 17-18, 2013 - Bilbao, Spain


Since 2006, when the first ENMA Conference was held, ENMA is a forum for presenting research findings and experiences in the areas of Engineering and Mathematics, and where specialists of industrial and academic worlds can discuss together in a pleasant location about recent developments and actual trends. We strongly encourage you to submit papers to the ENMA Education 2013 conference. If your colleagues are interested in submitting a paper, please forward them. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact with us.

390 euros     (260 euros for students and young researchers*)
The registration fee includes:

* Admission to all sessions.
* A printed copy of Conference Program.
* A printed copy of Conference Proceedings Book.
* A copy of the proceedings in electronic format.
* Morning/Afternoon coffee breaks.
* Lunches.

Authors must attend the conference and present the accepted paper to receive a copy of the Conference Proceedings and the certificate of attendance and presentation.
A full registration by one of the paper authors is required for each accepted paper.

*Young researcher: researcher born in 1980 or later.


Abstracts (less than 400 words) must be submitted electronically in Word format to javier.bilbao@ehu.es . Official language is English. See Instructions for Abstracts in the main web page.

Full paper (of accepted abstracts) should have between 4 and 8 pages in single-line spacing format with a font size of 11 (Times New Roman). For more instructions see web page of the conference: Instructions for Full Papers.


All papers of the conference will be published in the Proceedings Book (with ISBN).

NEW Some of the papers accepted fo the conferences will be published in an international journal as extended version.


* Abstract submission deadline: May 20, 2013
* Acceptance notification: May 22, 2013
* Final manuscript: June 6, 2013
* Registration deadline: June 6, 2013


Manuel Benito (Spain)
Iñigo Bilbao (Spain)
Jesús M. Blanco (Spain)
Eugenio Bravo (Spain)
Mercedes Frassia (Argentina)
Alison Halstead (United Kingdom)
Dominic Konditi (Kenya)
Evangelos Markopoulos (Greece)
Tanja Mitrovic (New Zeland)
Artzai Picón (Spain)
Teresa Ramos (Spain)
Javier Suárez (Spain)
Vyacheslav Tuzlukov (South Korea)
Charles Long (USA)
Nikos Mastorakis (Greece)


Topics include, but are not limited to:
- E-Learning
- Educating and Certifying Software
- Web Services
- Innovation in Education
- Virtual Universities
- Technology in Education
- Education and Globalization
- Education practice trends and issues
- The Bologna Declaration process
- ETCS experiences
- Erasmus experiences in the universities
- Learning and Teaching Methodologies
- Knowledge management