1 ECCE Mundus Contact Seminar 3 4 December 2012 Vienna, Austria Compendium
3 Introduction What is ECCE Mundus? ECCE Mundus stands for Enhancing Cross-regional Cooperation with Erasmus Mundus. It is a joint initiative launched by three Erasmus Mundus National Structures: Austria - Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education & Research (OeAD-GmbH) Hungary Tempus Public Foundation (TPF) Slovakia Slovak Academic Association for International Cooperation (SAAIC). The project is funded by the Erasmus Mundus programme. What are the objectives? The basic idea of ECCE Mundus is to enhance and facilitate co-operation in Erasmus Mundus between higher education institutions in Central European EU countries, and Central Europe and other regions outside EU (Western Balkans, Eastern Europe, Central Asia) by organising three joint training and contact seminars for universities from these regions. The training and contact seminars in Budapest, Vienna and Bratislava will provide excellent opportunities for HEIs to gain detailed knowledge on developing, managing joint programmes, institutional cooperation and mobility. The project also aims to increase visibility of the programme in these regions among higher education institutions and students.
4 Who is involved in this seminar? The ECCE Mundus seminar in Vienna is targeting higher education institutions active in the field of life sciences. The geographical coverage is broad - there are representatives of 13 different countries participating in the seminar: Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Croatia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Their contact details and a short description of their project ideas are collected in this compendium. Please, feel free to use this compendium as a supporting tool for making the most of the networking opportunities during the seminar. Your ECCE Mundus Consortium Contact: Márton Beke Martina Friedrich Katarína Šmálová
5 Index (1): AM 2 Mr. Mkrtchyan Vahe Armenian National Agrarian University AM 3 Mr. Podosyan Vahagn International Academy of Education AM 4 Ms. Shamakhyan Suzanna Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University AT 3 Ms. Calderón-Peter Margarita University of Natural Resources & Life Sciences AT 5 Ms. Hájek Agnes University of Natural Resources & Life Sciences AT 6 Ms. Hinterstoisser Barbara University of Natural Resources & Life Sciences AT 7 Mr. Kanz Fabian Medical University of Vienna AT 9 Mr. Kögler Leopold University of Vienna AT 10 Mr. Ossmann Stefan University of Vienna AT 11 Ms. Paulus Christina University of Natural Resources & Life Sciences BY 1 Mr. Pilatau Aliaksandr Belarusian National Technical University BY 2 Mr. Vaitukevich Yury Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno HR 1 Ms. Nikolić Tajana University of Zagreb HU 2 Ms. Busné Pap Judit Corvinus University of Budapest HU 4 Ms. Göttinger Noémi University of Pécs HU 5 Ms. Kánai Csilla Szent István University HU 6 Ms. Mohácsiné Farkas Csilla Corvinus University of Budapest HU 7 Ms. Posta Katalin Szent István University HU 8 Ms. Tarr Zsuzsanna Szent István University KG 1 Ms. Abdykadyrova Aisulu Kyrgyz National University named after J. Balasagyn
6 Index (2): KZ 1 Ms. Alipova Bakhyt International University of Information Technologies KZ 2 Ms. Bekzhanova Saule Kazakh Academy of Transport & Communications KZ 3 Ms. Efimova Irina Auezov South Kazakhstan State University KZ 4 Ms. Yesperova Bayan Kazakh National Agrarian University ME 1 Mr. Popovic Stevo University of Montenegro RS 1 Mr. Cupina Branko University of Novi Sad RS 2 Ms. Krajinovic Dragana University of Novi Sad RS 3 Ms. Mimica-Dukic Neda University of Novi Sad RS 4 Ms. Pavkov-Hrvojevic Milica University of Novi Sad RS 5 Mr. Srdjevic Bojan University of Novi Sad SK 2 Ms. Kačániová Miroslava Slovak Agricultural University of Nitra SK 3 Ms. Kozová Mária Comenius University in Bratislava SK 4 Ms. Lesnakova Valeria Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava SK 5 Ms. Slivinska Gabriela Slovak Agricultural University of Nitra UA 1 Ms. Getya Olga Scientific & methodological centre of agrarian education UA 2 Mr. Kyselov Oleksandr Sumy National Agrarian UA 3 Mr. Mukha Orest Lviv Centre of Science, Innovations and Information UZ 1 Mr. Ahrorov Farhod Samarkand Agricultural Institute UZ 2 Mr. Tuychiev Adhamjon Namangan Engineering Pedagogical Institute XK 1 Mr. Zogaj Muhamet University of Prishtina
7 PARTICIPANT AM 2 Mr Last Name Mkrtchyan First Name Vahe Armenian State Agrarian University Veterinary Medicine Associated Professor Address 74, Teryan str. Town 009Yerevan Country Armenia Telephone Discipline/Acad. field Food Safety and Public Health Joint Projects General objective: To improve university study programmes related to the whole food chain in order to enhance food safety and public health following the principle from farm to fork The specific objectives will be: To improve degree programmes related to food safety: veterinary sanitation expertise, animal husbandry, milk and dairy product technology, and meat and meat product technology, with the aim of adapting their syllabuses to European food safety and public health standards, following the principle from farm to fork. To improve practical training for students in food safety. Setting up a laboratory training programme and also developing compulsory practical modules as well as a pre-professional training programme for degree students. To create a local computerized database to provide students with information on legal regulations and other food safety-related information. To develop a student exchange programme with the European Consortium members. To design a continuous training programme for food safety professionals: public and private laboratory staff, and other public health, food production and food technology workers. To organize seminars Health lifestyle-healthy food To organize monitoring of evaluation of influence of food into students' health.
8 PARTICIPANT AM 3 Mr Last Name Podosian First Name Vahagn International Academy of Education Medical Dentist, IT Administrator Address Aram Khachatryan 12/13 Town 012 Yerevan Country Armenia Telephone Medicine, Health and International Technologies Joint Projects & Mobility Programmes Project 1: We propose a new system using IT technology to create an international platform for young doctors, aiming to improve the knowledge and experience at the same time using the same platform will be useful for all those people who have health problems. Users (user front) can periodically register their health at the same time having the opportunity to evaluate virtual doctor's advices who serve them, based on their own health. There are many other interesting and innovative proposals in this project, about which will be presented during the speech. Project 2: Create virtual classroom- audience, where will be possible to do international medical and other professional trainings for sharing experience, at the same time paying doctors training proceeds received from the participants.
9 PARTICIPANT AM 4 Ms Last Name Shamakhyan First Name Suzanna Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University of International Cooperation Head of the Address 123 Hovsep Emin str. Town 0051 Yerevan Country Armenia Telephone Environmental Studies, Green Economy, Water Management, Management of Resources, Alternative Resources for Energy 2. Human Rights, International Law, European Law, European Studies, Social studies Joint Projects & Mobility Programmes 1. The idea of the project is to conduct a joint academic program with the focus on environmental studies with possible partners from Europe and Caucasus in order to develop this area of studies in Armenia and in the region for the better protection of environment. In contemporary world, environmental issues are now most vital and considering the lack of environmental education in the region, we believe this project will be a reasonable mean for raising awareness on environmental issues and preparing professional specialists who will further foster protection of the environment in the region. Furthermore, this project places an emphasis on research and innovation in the subject area of studies, which is aimed to substitute some gaps in educational programs both in Armenia and in the region. Thus the aim of the project is to implement a joint program focusing on environmental studies through the exchange of knowledge among students and experts. 2. The idea of the project is to implement a joint Master s program on human rights, as interdisciplinary studies. Within the scope of the program, human rights shall be approached from the perspective of different disciplines, such as international law, international human rights law, social studies, political sciences, economics, journalism, etc. The project has an overall aim to enhance professional knowledge of human rights in Armenian and in the region, in general, as well as raise awareness on human rights issues and promote democratic values in the country
10 PARTICIPANT AT 3 Ms Last Name Calderón-Peter First Name Margarita University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna Center for International Relations Head of Unit Address Peter Jordan Strasse 82a Town 1190 Vienna Country Austria Telephone Agricultural Sciences, Food Technology, Food Production, Biotechnology, Sustainable Rural Development, Biodiversity, Soil, Water and Climate, Sustainable Energy systems, Intercultural Competence Joint Projects Development of a joint Master curriculum which includes partner institutions from 9 Central and South Eastern European Universities (Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Croatia). This master is due to start in October 2013; the basic elements of the curriculum and the mobility pathways have been identified, but fine-tuning is still needed and this seminar will be a great opportunity to get new ideas and exchange knowledge and experience with other colleagues.
11 PARTICIPANT AT 5 Ms Last Name Hájek First Name Agnes University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna Center for International Relations International Master Programs Administrator Address Peter Jordan Strasse 82a Town 1190 Vienna Country Austria Telephone Agricultural Sciences, Food Technology, Food Production, Biotechnology, Sustainable Rural Development, Biodiversity, Soil, Water and Climate, Sustainable Energy systems, Intercultural Competence Joint Projects Development of a joint Master curriculum which includes partner institutions from 9 Central and South Eastern European Universities (Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Croatia). This master is due to start in October 2013; the basic elements of the curriculum and the mobility pathways have been identified, but fine-tuning is still needed and this seminar will be a great opportunity to get new ideas and exchange knowledge and experience with other colleagues.
12 PARTICIPANT AT 6 Ms Last Name Hinterstoisser First Name Barbara University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna Rectorate Vice-Rector for Teaching and International Affairs Address Gregor Mendel Strasse 33 Town 1180 Vienna Country Austria Telephone Agricultural Sciences, Food Technology, Food Production, Biotechnology, Sustainable Rural Development, Biodiversity, Soil, Water and Climate, Sustainable Energy systems, Intercultural Competence Joint Projects Development of a joint Master curriculum which includes partner institutions from 9 Central and South Eastern European Universities (Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Croatia). This master is due to start in October 2013; the basic elements of the curriculum and the mobility pathways have been identified, but fine-tuning is still needed and this seminar will be a great opportunity to get new ideas and exchange knowledge and experience with other colleagues.
13 PARTICIPANT AT 7 Mr Last Name Kanz First Name Fabian Medical University of Vienna of Forensic Medicine Associated Professor Address Spitalgasse 23 Town 1090 Vienna Country Austria Telephone Forensic Anthropology, Forensic Archaeology. Paleopathology Joint Projects & Mobility Programmes The rising will of many nations to workup their histories of armed conflicts all over the world (esp. Balkan, North Africa, Near East, Southeast Asia, South America) result in an increasing need for Forensic Anthropologists. Experts are needed to process and analyse human remains from victims of wars and crimes. Forensic Anthropology is a relatively young discipline in many European countries and abroad, therefore we intend to build up an education and research network incorporating related disciplines, like Forensic Archaeology and Paleopathology. In our opinion it would be necessary to enhance the possibilities for global mobility among students and researcher in these fields.
14 PARTICIPANT AT 9 Mr Last Name Kögler First Name Leopold University of Vienna of History Erasmus Mundus Global Studies Administrative Coordinator Address Universitätsring 1 Town 1010 Vienna Country Austria Telephone Global Studies & Global History, Social & Historical Science Network of Internationalisation Staff Build up a network of people working in Internationalisation in Higher Education.
15 PARTICIPANT AT 10 Mr Last Name Ossmann First Name Stefan University of Vienna of Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences Research Assistant Address Berggasse 11/8 Town 1010 Vienna Country Austria Telephone Media, Communication, Journalism Joint Projects The project has been granted for a period of three years, starting at the 15 th of October 2012, with a overall budget of 1.5 million Euro. Head of the project is the University of Passau (UPA), other participating universities within the EU are the Lucina Blaga University of Sibiu and the University of Vienna, of Communication (UNIVIE). From Moldavia, three Universities are within the program (USM, USEM & ULIM), From the Ukraine, six Universities are within the program (ONU, CHNU, DNU, TNU, SSU, TNPU). Goal of the project is to develop a master curriculum according to Bologna rules that can be implemented at the participating universities according to the overall-topic of the project: Crossmedia and quality journalism. This will be done not only by the know-how of the universities, but also by the input and evaluation of external partners within the participating countries with a (cross)media background. The project will be evaluated every 4 month, this are also the timeframes in which the various steps will be carried out: Elevation of the status quo, defining goals, kick-off conference, teach-the-teacher program, first roll-out at selected institutions, feedback and evaluation, creation of curricula at the participating universities, cooperation with partners from the media industry, second roll-out. During that process a textbook as well as a code of ethics shall be created. Several conferences will be held to plan, discuss, implement and evaluate the process; beside that the individual partner will try to establish ties with media organizations, NGO s, state representatives with a focus on education and press and possible employers for participating students. A strong exchange on relevant topics and experiences between the partners in the different countries is not only intended but requested and planned After three years the individual universities should be able to implement those curricula (aimed at master students, running for 4 semesters) at there faculties. During that three years, the whole project will permanent be monitored and evaluated to ensure to reach the goals set.
16 PARTICIPANT AT 11 Ms Last Name Paulus First Name Christina University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna Center for Education Continuing education Administrator Address Gregor Mendel Strasse 33 Town 1180 Vienna Country Austria Telephone Agricultural Sciences, Food Technology, Food Production, Biotechnology, Sustainable Rural Development, Biodiversity, Soil, Water and Climate, Sustainable Energy systems, Intercultural Competence Joint Projects Development of a joint Master curriculum which includes partner institutions from 9 Central and South Eastern European Universities (Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Croatia). This master is due to start in October 2013; the basic elements of the curriculum and the mobility pathways have been identified, but fine-tuning is still needed and this seminar will be a great opportunity to get new ideas and exchange knowledge and experience with other colleagues.
17 PARTICIPANT BY 1 Mr Last Name Pilatau First Name Aliaksandr Belarusian National Technical University of Internal Combustion Engines Associate Professor Address Nezavisimosty Ave., 65 Town Minsk Country Belarus Telephone Renewable Energy Sources, Combustion Process of Biofuel, Informatics Joint Projects 1. We plan to create a double/joint Master programme and Erasmus Mundus courses (for example Erasmus Mundus Master Course in Sustainable Transportation and Electrical Power Systems, International Master of Science in Fire Safety Engineering, Computer Simulation For Science and engineering) in the area renewable energy sources vicelike changing data to develop joint general replenish able data bank with online access which can be given information about properties biofuel using as type of fuel in engine cycle. We think that it can give the chance to assessment efficiency kinds of biofuel with different types of physical and chemical properties in the point of view of providing necessary motor engine performances and limitation of atmosphere pollutant emission including CO2 emission. 2. Also we would like to suppose collaboration to change technologies of chemical production and mechanical extensive manufacturing polymer materials such as Teflon. Belarusian National Technical University has been developed a technology for precession and non-waste mechanical manufacturing the materials which can be applicable use industry. Together with this we need to European technologies to decrease pollutant load in the environment especially on agricultural lands by chemical noxious production like as Teflon obtaining and study European experience of development and implementation new approaches for automatically unmanned operations
18 PARTICIPANT BY 2 Mr Last Name Vaitukevich First Name Yury Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno Rectorate Vice-Rector Address 22 Ozheshko str Town Grodno Country Belarus Telephone Discipline / Acad. Field Environmental Sciences Mobility Programmes Project aims at establishing the network of experts from EU and Belarusian universities for developing double-degree diploma in the field of environmental sciences. CEU offers two-year Erasmus Mundus Master s programs in cooperation with leading European institutions. The MS in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management (MESPOM) prepares students for careers in a wide range of environmental fields. Students are given a thorough understanding of sustainability polices and matters related to solving environmental problems. Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno hasn't yet cooperated with CEU in the field. However first contacts have been established. There are no universities in Belarus supporting the double-degree programs in the field. The pilot project is necessary to launch the initiative. Environmental sciences were selected as the project academic field for the following reasons: experience of the BY partner in a number of EU funded projects connected with the topic; active involvement in the Baltic University Program gives opportunities for professors from the Faculty of Biology and Ecology to teach lectures on sustainable development issues (as the result the certificates of Uppsala University are given to students participating in the courses); CEU's experience in supporting the Erasmus Mundus exchanges in the field. Project duration: 3 years. Partnership: Central European University (Budapest, Hungary), Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno (Belarus), involvement of other partners is open for discussion. Plan of Action: Year 1: 1. Kick off meeting. 2. Working meetings of experts aiming at developing the pilot double-degree program (3 meetings); establishment of the Board of Experts. 3. Seminar on discussion the pilot program. Year 2: 1. Launching the call for proposals. Target audience - master students from Grodno, professors from EU. In total 6 grants will be awarded. 2. Implementation of mobilities (duration - 1 semester for students, 2 months for professors). Year 3: 1. Workshops on analysis of the mobilities and planning the further steps (1 in BY, 1 in HU). 2. Final meeting of the Board of Experts - drafting the report and approving the memorandum of understanding (including further joint projects). 3. Reporting the project. Approximate budget: euro. Possible source of funding: Erasmus Mundus Programme: Action 3.
19 PARTICIPANT HR 1 Ms Last Name Nikolić First Name Tajana University of Zagreb International Relations Office IRO Officer Address Trg marsala Tita 14 Town Zagreb Country Croatia Telephone All disciplines Joint Projects & Mobility Programmes I am interested in all kind of cooperation.
20 PARTICIPANT HU 2 Ms Last Name Busné Pap First Name Judit Corvinus University of Budapest Faculty of Food Science International Program Coordinator Address Villányi út Town 1118 Budapest Country Hungary Telephone Agriculture, Food technology, Food production, Biotechnology, Sustainable Rural Development, Biodiversity, Soil and Water and Climate, Sustainable Energy Systems Joint Projects A joint Master curriculum with 9 Central and South Eastern European Universities (Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Croatia). This master is due to start in October 2013; the basic elements of the curriculum and the mobility pathways have been identified, but finetuning is still needed.
21 PARTICIPANT HU 4 Ms Last Name Göttinger First Name Noémi University of Pécs IllyésGyula Faculty Erasmus Coordinator Address Rákóczi u. 1. Town 7100 Szekszárd Country Hungary Telephone Discipline/Acad. field Social Work and Social Policy Mobility Programmes As faculty Erasmus coordinator of the University of Pécs Illyés Gyula Faculty, I am going to talk about our freshest project on the field of study Social work and social policy. It is a big challenge also in Hungary nowadays to finance the social enterprises. That is why we are organising an international cooperation together with French, Spanish and Italian partners together. The project is called Leonardo Da Vinci. We are going to make training together, that is called: European Manager Of Social Economy. It is also an important part of our project the exchange of experiences, instructors and students and building the experiences into the training. These experiences collected in foreign countries have many advantages. Also for us, our partners, the instructors and the students, who take part in it? What are the opportunities of international cooperations from our point of view? What is the importance of international careers through the mobility projects? From this point of view, our university is trying to build such trainings and field of studies, in which practicing plays a big role, and above these, we are also focusing on the importance of international scholarships and cooperations with our present and potential foreign partnerships.
22 PARTICIPANT HU 5 Ms Last Name Kánai First Name Csilla Szent István University International PR Office PR Expert Address Páter Károly u. 1. Town 2100 Gödöllő Country Hungary Telephone Agriculture, Environmental Sciences Mobility Programmes We would like to apply within the Erasmus Mundus Partnership (previous External Cooperation Window) subprogramme with our partner from Almaty (Kazakh National Agricultural University). We would extend the consortium with other central European partners and the details of the project idea still need to be elaborated after the analysis of the needs of our prospective partners.
23 PARTICIPANT HU 6 Ms Last Name Mohácsiné Farkas First Name Csilla Corvinus University of Budapest Faculty of Food Science Deputy Dean Address Villányi út Town 1118 Budapest Country Hungary Telephone Agriculture, Food technology, Food production, Biotechnology, Sustainable Rural Development, Biodiversity, Soil and Water and Climate, Sustainable Energy Systems Joint Projects A joint Master curriculum with 9 Central and South Eastern European Universities (Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Croatia). This master is due to start in October 2013; the basic elements of the curriculum and the mobility pathways have been identified, but fine-tuning is still needed.
24 PARTICIPANT HU 7 Ms Last Name Posta First Name Katalin Szent István University Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Vice Dean Address Páter Károly u. 1. Town 2100 Gödöllő Country Hungary Telephone Agriculture, Environmental Sciences Mobility Programmes The present proposal aims at enhancing the international cooperation by sharing good practice and knowledge in the organization of a mobility scheme for student and staff for the purpose of studying, teaching, training and research. There are two main points: Introducing a practice based approach to higher agricultural education and further development a high quality educational system between the European Union and non-eu countries Promoting bridges for scientist investigating on climate change and research on sustainability of agriculture.
25 PARTICIPANT HU 8 Ms Last Name Tarr First Name Zsuzsanna Szent István University Office for External relations Head of Unit Address Páter Károly u. 1. Town 2100 Gödöllő Country Hungary Telephone Agriculture, Environmental Sciences Mobility Programmes We would like to apply within the Erasmus Mundus Partnership (previous External Cooperation Window) subprogramme with our partner from Almaty (Kazakh National Agricultural University). We would extend the consortium with other central European partners and the details of the project idea still need to be elaborated after the analysis of the needs of our prospective partners.
26 PARTICIPANT KG 1 Ms Last Name Abdykadyrova First Name Aisulu Kyrgyz National University named after J. Balasagyn Innovates and Innovative Activity Head of Address 547 Frunze str. Town Bishkek Country Kyrgyzstan Telephone Environmental Studies, Human Ecology Mobility Programmes Kyrgyzstan and the neighbouring countries expressed a clear need in training, capacity building and research in human ecology and environmental management. These are the areas of our training and research activities during the past 30 years in the EU and internationally. Motivation primarily emanates from this compelling challenge: how to build capacity in environmental protection, sustainability and raising awareness at the beneficiary Central Asian universities to European quality standards leading to self-sufficiency of the region in addressing its current and evolving environmental problems. The project proposal in Central Asia offers a unique opportunity to transfer this knowledge and experience in an international context. The proposal will contribute to the increasing international attention for human ecology as an emerging scientific discipline. The main goal of the project is to establish network on human ecology among universities of Central Asia and European countries and exchange experience between universities, gain innovates from EU and learn newest methodologies for researches be mobility of academic staff and students of Central Asian countries. It is generally acknowledged that while environmental problems are growing and becoming more acute, locally or generally available technology and now-how needed to alleviate them is currently inadequate. And those effective steps must be taken without delay to build capacity at the beneficiary universities to west European quality standards no least in order to reduce or eliminate in due a course reliance on costly consultants. Indeed, this is the main problem, which is the beneficiary universities would like to address more than others and it fits perfectly with development strategies of partner CA universities involved. Mobility of experts, researches, faculties, PHD students, masters and bachelors will be best base for such issue. With regards to above, the wider objective of the project is to build high quality academic capacity at the beneficiary CA universities in Human Ecology focusing on sustainable development and raising awareness of environmental issues and problems in Central Asia. More in general, it is most prospective to establish and maintain contacts on training and research with universities and organizations in Central Asia as the EU-Central Asian contacts will increase during the years to come.
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