The main document for providing orientation to the community of mathematics lecturers in engineering education is the Mathematics Working Group's curriculum document which serves to clarify the main objectives of mathematics education. The 3rd edition of this document appeared in September 2013. It is called "A Framework for Mathematics Curricula in Engineering Education" and can be downloaded here:
Current SEFI MWG Curriculum Framework Document (2013).
The Executive Summary presents a one page overview of the document.
This edition is based on the concept of mathematical competence which has been developed in the Danish KOM project headed by Mogens Niss. The main intentions of this document are described in a contribution for the SEFI Annual Conference in Leuven (2013) which can be downloaded here.
A concrete curriculum for a specific practice-oriented study course in mechanical engineering based on the framework document can be downloaded here.
In order to recognise the development of the curriculum document over time it might be helpful to read the former editions of this document which are available for download below.
The 2nd edition of the curriculum document as of 2002 which was called "Mathematics for the European Engineer. A Curriculum for the Twenty-First Century" can be downloaded here:
Mathematics for the European Engineer. A Curriculum for the Twenty-First Century (2002).
The 1st edition of the curriculum document as of 1992 entitled "A Core Curriculum in Mathematics for the European Engineer" can be downloaded here:
A Core Curriculum in Mathematics for the European Engineer (1992).
Since publishing the curriculum document in 2013 there was considerable progress in research on mathematics education at the university level. As far as service teaching in user programmes is concerned, this research has been structured and summarised in the recent State-of-the-Art Report "Mathematics as a Service Subject at the Tertiary Level" (B. Alpers, 2020) which can be freely downloaded.
The most recent report for the Mathematics Interest Group is on "Making Sense of Engineering Workplace Mathematics to Inform Engineering Mathematics Education" (B. Alpers, 2021) which can be freely downloaded.