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Title: Intel Innovation in Education


1
Intel Innovation in Education
  • Budapest, January 17, 2006
  • Mark Harris
  • Director Higher Education Research
  • European Union Region

2
Intel Innovation in Education
  • Intels mission is to drive education improvement
    for the knowledge economy as the trusted partner
    of educators and governments worldwide.
  • The goal is to help students develop the
    higher-level thinking skills they need in the
    areas of mathematics, science, technology and
    engineering education

3
Intel Innovation in Education Umbrella
From the lab, to the classroom, to the
workplace, Intels Innovation in Education
Initiative supports individuals reaching their
full potential and helps Europe to grow and to
compete
Developing Europes Future academic talent
Maintaining Europes technology leadership
Making and Keeping Europe Competitive
Enhancing the learning experience for pupils
and teachers Encouraging key life skills
Intel Model Curriculum Forum Guest Lectures
Intel Teach to the Future Intel Learn Intel
Teach Online Collaborative
Intel Technology Entrepreneurship Academic
Forum
Intel Technology Entrepreneurship Business
Plan Competition Intel Capital
4
Intel Employees Around the World
Intel is the world's leading innovator in
advanced silicon technology, with more than 35
years of leadership in computing and
communications.
  • 93000 employees
  • 16800 employees in Greater Europe
  • Intel has employees in 48 countries worldwide
    with large sites in Ireland, Israel, India,
    China, Malaysia, Philippines, Costa Rica and the
    U.S.

Diversity is valued different people bring a
variety of thinking to business and technical
solutions
5
Globalization
  • If you remember ONE thing from today, remember
    globalization and the way you approach it will
    determine your success.
  • You can ignore it happening and fail or
  • You can embrace its opportunities and succeed
  • I will now go through a number of examples.

6
Globalization and Research
  • 5.8 B in RD worldwide in 2005
  • 4500 scientists in 19 RD sites in EMEA (Europe,
    Middle-East, Africa), advancing technology at the
    rate of three patents a day


Stockholm, Sweden
Gdansk, Poland
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
St. Petersburg, Russia
Novosibirsk, Russia
Vilnius
Copenhagen, Denmark
Moscow, Russia
Glasgow, Scotland
Braunschweig,Germany
Sarov, Russia
Shannon, Ireland
Cologne,Germany
Cambridge, UK
Ulm, Germany
Grenoble, France
Nice, France
Barcelona, Spain
Haifa, Israel
Research at Intel is 24x365x 24 timezones
7
Globalization in Education The Bologna Process
Probably the most radical move in Education in
history
  • 25 EU countries another 20 countries
    surrounding 45 countries are adopting the
    Bologna Decree !!
  • An immensely influencing factor spreading from
    the EU.

old European Doctorate (3-5)
PhD(3)
old European Diplom (5-6)
Masters (2)
Bachelor (3)
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Map of the Bologna Decree Member States
Courtesy of the Ministry of Education and
Research, Norway, http//www.bologna-bergen2005.no
/
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The Bologna Process is augmenting change
  • Each and every University in these 45 nations are
    currently reviewing, enhancing and changing
    content.
  • But how is a student that graduates BSc in
    Budapest going to do his/her MSc in Madrid and
    PhD in Stockholm ?
  • If you do not change, you are left behind.

10
Educational Transformation to a Knowledge based
Economy
  • Today, focussing on two major Programs
  • Intel Model Curricula Forum
  • Intel Technology Entrepreneurship

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Intel Model Curricula Forum
  • Leading Edge Curricula available to YOU
  • Technology Entrepreneurship - Theory to Practice
  • Parallel Computer Architecture and Programming
    Curriculum (Multi-Core)
  • Microelectronic Fabrication Curriculum
  • Micro Electronics Packaging Curriculum
  • VLSI Curriculum
  • Network Processor Curriculum
  • Embedded Computing Curriculum
  • Wireless Computing Curriculum
  • Currently eight Subject areas and growing with
    sometimes multiple curricula versions each.

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Intel Model Curricula (example Wireless)
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Call to Action
  • International Community
  • Hungarian Higher Education Institutes need to
    more actively participate in teams of
    international innovation.
  • They need to actively participate in research
    projects together with international industry.
  • The need to be in search of the best available
    curricula and adapt and integrate into their own
    lectures. The world is moving too fast to
    re-invent everything on your own.
  • They need to become more integrated and linked
    with the international academic community. This
    is happening, but not enough and not quickly
    Examples are EU FP6 and FP7 Programs

14
Call to Action
  • Core competencies
  • Core competencies are concentrated in clusters
    and there needs to be a high level of mobility
    to go to there, gain expertise and come back to
    the home society and build local clusters.
  • Global Communication
  • As shown in the Bologna Process or around the
    globe Research example, there needs to be a
    common language to be able to communicate.
  • English may not be the prettiest language in the
    world, but it is by far the most common foreign
    language and used to communicate globally.
  • Create English language MSc maybe even BSc
    courses

15
For more information on Intel Innovation in
Education, visit
  • www.intel.com/education

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  • Thank You !
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