Teaching Mathematics and Its Applications (2017) 36,65^66 doi:10.1093/teamat/hrx010 Special issue: Contributions from the SEFI Working Group on Mathematics Conference 2016 [Submitted May 2017; accepted May 2017] SEFI (European Society for Engineering Education) is an international non-profit organization and network of institutions of higher education, whose main aim is to contribute to the development and improvement of engineering education in Europe. Mathematics, as the effective language and univer- sal means of communication in all engineering specializations, is at the core of all engineering study programmes. Consequently, the main activities of the SEFI Working Group on Mathematics in Engineering Education are focused on how to design effective study programmes in mathematics for all engineering students. The Working Group aims to provide a forum for the exchange of views and ideas amongst those interested in engineering mathematics, in order to promote better understanding of its role in the engineering curriculum, and to foster co-operation in the development of courses and support materials. To promote these goals, the Working Group Steering Committee co- organizes bi-annual seminars in co-operation with volunteering universities across Europe. The 17th SEFI MWG seminar in Dublin in 2014 was jointly prepared by the Institute of Technology Tallaght (ITT), the
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