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Institutional Associate Partners

 

List of the project institutional associate partners, most often Higher Education Institutions.

 

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University of Derby, England

Peter Revill

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Kavala Institute of Technology

Professor Tsirigotis Georgios

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The Kavala Institute of Technology was founded in 1976, and its current form is a result of many institutional reforms and changes. Originally, it was established as an Educational Centre for Vocational Studies. In 1983, it was recognised as an Institute of Technology. In 2001 it was upgraded to a Higher Educational Institute and since 2007 it is a University level institute. In its earlier (1976-1983) forms, the institute consisted of six departments, known today as the ‘Ancient Departments’.

These are: 1) the Department of Electrical Engineering, 2) the Department of Mechanical Engineering, 3) the Department of Petroleum Engineering, 4) the Department of Sciences, 5) the Department of Accounting, and 6) the Foreign Languages and Physical Education Centre. In 1983, the first four of these departments were allocated to the newly-formed School of Engineering Sciences and the remaining two, to the School of Business and Economics. In 1985 the first campus outside of Kavala was established in the nearby city of Drama; the Department of Forestry and Natural Environment Management was the first department that established there.

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"Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", National Technical University of Ukraine

   

 

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Trondheim Inst. Of environmental issues and water resources

   

 

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Institute of Basic Science and Technology, Budapest, Hungary

Dr. Laszlo Komaromi

 

 

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Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Prof. Geir Walso

 

The Department of Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has specific interest in water and the environment.

 

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Private Higher Educational Establishment "Bukovinian University"

Prof. Yaroslav Vyklyuk, DrSc

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Year of foundation: 1995
Level of accreditation: IV
License AV No.072643 from 14.08.2012
Faculties: Economics, Law, Computer Systems and Technologies, Postgraduate study
Specialties: Accounting and Auditing, Finance and Credit, Law, Computer Sciences
Form of studies: full-time, extramural
Graduates receive a state diploma.
University collaborates with educational establishments of Czech Republic, Slovenia, Poland, Russian Federation, Belarus, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia.
Logistical support: 5 academic buildings, a library, a reading hall, 5 computer classes, laboratories, lecture halls, cafeteria, canteens, a sports ground, a first aid room.

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Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Prof. Abu Khari A'ain

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Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), is an innovation-led and graduate-focused Research University. It is located both in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia and its main campus in Johor Bahru, the southern city in Iskandar Malaysia, which is a vibrant economic corridor in the south of Peninsular Malaysia has an area of 1222 hectares. The university specializes in engineering studies, which comprises of Electrical, Civil, Mechanical, Chemical and Biomedical faculties. To date it has 25,000 students and 55% of it is postgraduate students and 20% of them are international students.

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University Paris 13

Laure Petrucci

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Universite Paris 13 is a multidisciplinary establishment which offers its 23,000 students a wide spectrum of subjects. They address five major domains: Humanities and Social sciences ; Science, Technology and Health ; Culture and Communication ; Law, Economics and Management ; Arts, Literature and Languages.

University Paris 13 offers several study programmes in Electrical and Information Engineering, from Bachelor to Master level, and doctoral studies. Two institutes within the University are involved:
- IUT de Villetaneuse (Technology Institute) delivers DUT (Diplome Universitaire de Technologie, 2 years of studies to become a technician) and Licence Professionnelle (an additional specialisation year) in the following areas (totalising ca. 700 students):
* informatics; software and computer systems;
* networks and telecommunications; networks administration and security; electronics, optics and nanotechnologies;
* electrical engineering and industrial informatics;
- Institut Galilee (sciences faculty) offers in particular the following curricula (for ca. 1100 students):
* bachelor degrees in informatics; engineering sciences;
* master degrees in informatics; image processing and computer networks; physics and nanotechnologies;
* Engineer degree in informatics; telecommunications and networks.

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Hellinic Open University

Prof. Dimitris Kalles

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The Hellenic Open University's mission is to provide distance education at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. For that purpose, it develops and implements appropriate learning material and methods of teaching. The HOU is the 19th Greek State University but the only one that provides distance education in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels via the development and utilization of appropriate learning material and methods of teaching. Promoting scientific research as well as developing technology and methodology in distance learning fall within the scope of HOU's objectives.

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State University of Sao Paulo (UNESP)

Professor Alexandre Cesar Rodrigues da Silva

 

The State University of Sao Paulo (UNESP) is one of the largest and most important Brazilian universities, with distinguished achievements in teaching, research and extension services. Unesp is supported by State funds and along with USP (Universidade de Sao Paulo) and Unicamp (Universidade Estadual de Campinas) offers free public higher education in Sao Paulo State.

Unesp is the most successful model of a multicampus university in Brazil. such unique characteristic allows intense and diversified activities in Sao Paulo, the most developed State in the country. its influence can be recognized by the level of regional development where its campuses are located: one in the State capital and 22 others strategically distributed throughout the State.

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University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien
Department of Embedded Systems
Hoechstaedtplatz 6, 1200 Vienna, Austria, Europe

Martin Deinhofer

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