The ALIEN project (Active Learning in Engineering Education) is funded by the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education Programme of the European Commission. The purpose of the project is to improve the quality of higher education by providing more motivating, stimulating, and effective learning contexts based on active learning and problem-based learning that prepare students for their professional life through the development of industry desired competences. ALIEN also aims to establish active learning and problem-based learning as strategic educational approaches in engineering higher education.
The ALIEN project is being implemented in 5 European and 5 Asian countries with the participation of 17 universities from Greece, Portugal, the UK, Estonia, Bulgaria, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Nepal, and Pakistan. ALIEN develops physical PBL labs at 12 partner universities in Asia and more specifically in Malaysia, Pakistan, Nepal, Vietnam, and Cambodia.
As the representative for HUST participating in the project, SoICT has built the AI and Cyber Security Active Learning lab with several equipment funded by ALIEN.
Exploitation plan of the lab in this link.