Working groups are formed by participants with a common interest in a topic related to the subject matter of the conference. The groups of five to ten participants work together electronically before the start of the conference. Working groups convene on Sunday evening to meet one another and start their face-to-face work on Monday morning at 9.00 a.m. Working groups are encouraged to continue their work throughout the conference, which runs from Tuesday to Thursday when they find it possible. The working group start working digitally together at least two months prior to the conference.
Every working group member must register for and be present at the conference in order to be part of the working group and considered a contributor to the final report.
Participants present their preliminary results to conference attendees at a special working group presentation session, and submit a state of the art paper after the conference concludes.
Applications to join one of the two working groups can be found on their pages (Teaching Ethics and Curriculum Agility). When applying you assure the conference organisers of your intention to register for and attend CDIO2019 and the working group leader to take active part in the working group before, under and after the CDIO 2019 conference. The application is done by sending the application form to the working group leader, who will select the members of the working group.
All working group state of the art papers will be submitted shortly after the conference is over and submitted for peer review. If accepted for publication as a result of the peer review, they will be added to the proceedings of the conference.