Programme Overview

For all interested parties: Have a look at our conference Video and also to our Keynote session recordings:

The recordings can be found under the following link:

LTEC Proceedings are now available online. You can find information about it at or access the online version at

The conference will start on Monday, 25th July and end on Thursday, 28th July. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, social events will take place to have plenty of time for networking. A full-day social event is planned for Friday, 29th, if enough participants enrol.

The first draft of our programme is ready, please check if your paper has a presentation slot, names and title of presentation are correct, if corrections are necessary, just give me notice:

Programme KMO and LTEC 190716

Guidelines for Preparing Presentations KMO LTEC 2016

Please have also a look at our social events programme:

Social Events

Keynote speaker

Keynote title: Digital Co-Creation and Augmented Learning

Andreas Dengel

Prof. Dr. Andreas Dengel
Director of DFKI, Kaiserslautern

Andreas Dengel is Head of Site and also Scientific Director of the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz) (DFKI) in Kaiserslautern. Since 1993 he is also Chair in „Knowledge-based systems“ at the Faculty for Computer Science of the Technical University Kaiserslautern and since 2009 Honorary Professor at the  Department of Computer Science and Information Systems of the Osaka Prefecture University in Japan. Andreas Dengel is author of many books and editor of several international journals. He is also counsellor of international companies in the area of strategic technological development and founder/ initiator of a dozen successful Start-Up companies, one of these was awarded with the Cebit Innovation Award 2015.

Abstract Prof. Dengel

Other keynote speakers: see


Prof. William Yu Chung Wang

Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

Title: Integrating Supply Chain by the Supply Chain Operation Referential Model

Prof. K. Chandra Sekaran

National Institute of Technology Karnataka, India

Title: Secure Knowledge Management

Prof. Paul Wu Horng Jyh

SIM University, Singapore

Title: Learning Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) through Business Simulation Game

Prof. Brett Oppegaard

Brett Oppegaard

University of Hawaii, USA

Title: Putting Education Back Into Place: Exploring the Potential of Locative Learning Through Mobile Technologies

NEW: Workshop

Dr. Eva Cendon


Dr. Eva Cendon is an educational scientist and works as a senior researcher at FernUniversität in Hagen, Department for Lifelong Learning. Together with Prof. Ada Pellert and Prof. Uwe Elsholz she is head of the research team in the governmental funded German wide initiative “Aufstieg durch Bildung – offene Hochschulen“ (Advancement through Education – Open Universities). In this initiative more than 100 German universities develop new concepts and programs for lifelong learning, build up new forms of cooperation with companies and other actors outside the university. Eva Cendon is involved in lifelong learning (LLL) with focus on higher education in the German speaking and European context since more ten years. She acts as national and international expert for competency and learning outcome orientation, for didactics in higher education, new roles of teachers and ways of implementing lifelong learning at universities. Her main expertise and interest lies in linking academic and professional knowledge in university teaching and learning. Her current research focuses on the role of reflection and reflexivity in students´ learning in study programs of professional studies. drift to knowledge based societies and the proliferation of knowledge creators becomes apparent.

Title: Lifelong learning at universities and the role of technology In Europe

Lifelong learning is getting more and more into focus due to different and significant changes in societies – one important aspect being technology. Universities as central – but not only – creators of knowledge need to position themselves with regard to these changes. Lifelong learners, broadly understood as groups of students who (re-)enter universities and on different pathways in different phases of their life, get in focus here. They want to update, upskill or broaden their knowledge due to different challenges in their personal and professional lives. Their different needs and requirements need to be taken into account when developing strategies of lifelong learning for teaching and learning at universities. Here, technology can play a significant role. In the workshop we want to discuss strategies of lifelong learning at universities with the help of technology, looking for different models and strategies across Europe and overseas.