Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Eleonore LICKL

Unterrichtende an der HBLVA für chemische Industrie und an der Pädagogischen Hochschule Steiermark.

Mitglied des Executive Committee der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Ingenieurpädagogik IGIP, ehemalige Generalsekretärin der IGIP, seit 2011 Editor-in-Chief des online Journals "The international Journal of Enginering Pedagogy" (iJEP) http://www.i-jep.org . Autorin in den Fachzeitschriften "Lebensmittel- & Biotechnologie" und "Österreichische Chemiezeitschrift".

Sponsion zum Diplom-Ingenieur an der Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, 1980.
Promotion an der Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, 1982

Arbeitserfahrung in Österreich (Molkerei Voitsberg, Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institut für klinische Onkologie, Universität für Bodenkultur - Institut für Chemie), Niederlande (Horna BV), Schweiz (Chocolat Frey), Taiwan (Academia Sinica) und Großbritannien (Unilever).

Ihre Interesse liegen auf allen Gebieten der Ingenieurpädagogik, bes. Professionalisierung, Unterrichtsmethodik, Qualitätsmanagement, Unterricht von HTL-Anfängern. Sie arbeitet auch in der HTL-Neulehrerausbildung.

Ausbildung als Kirchenmusikerin an der Landesmusikschule Graz und der Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Wien

Auszeichnungen
IGIP Senior member
Adolf Melezinek Meritorious Service Award

Member of the Executive Committee of the International Society for Engineering Education IGIP, former Secretary General of IGIP, currently teaching at the Vocational and Technical College For Chemical Industry in Vienna, Austria and at the University of Teacher Education Styria in Graz, Austria.

Since 2011 she is editor-in chief of the online journal The International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP). She is also writing in Austrian media related to chemistry, and food and biotechnology.

She graduated as "Diplom-Ingenieur" from the University for Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences in 1980 in Food Science and Biotechnology and recevied her PhD from the same university in 1982. She has worked in industry and research in Austria, Switzerland, The Netherlands and Taiwan before she started to teach in 1989.

Her interests are all areas of engineering education, esp. in professionalization of engineering faculty in general. She trains professionals starting to teach in Austrian VET Schools in the STEM sector, her expertise is also in teaching first and second year students in chemistry and chemical engineering, and recently her research interests also include pre-school didactics in STEM field and the professionalization of kindergarden personnel in STEM.

Awards
IGIP Senior member
Adolf Melezinek Meritorious Service Award