The European Commission (EC) has signed the €150M grant agreement to continue funding the Graphene Flagship's research and innovation on graphene and related materials from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2023. With this signature, the EC continues its commitment to support the €1B Flagship project, which began in 2013.
Active as of 1 December 2019, EOSC Enhance is tasked with improving and enhancing the discoverability of the EOSC services and resources, further developing and augmenting the EOSC catalogue, and enriching the EOSC data offering by connecting the thematic clusters and clouds currently in development. These activities highly complement the foundational work on the EOSC Portal done by EOSC-hub and OpenAIRE-Advance and its other partners eInfraCentral and EOSCpilot.
Designed for postgraduate students and young researchers, summer school courses are drawn from across the university and taught by leading faculty members of the University of Bordeaux. Discover the international summer schools, taught 100% in English on https://www.u-bordeaux.com/Education/Study-offer/Summer-schools/Topics
From 22 to 23 January 2020 the Comenius University of Bratislava hosted its first ENLIGHT Director’s Meeting with representatives from all nine partner institutions
The Groningen summer schools are always research-driven and multidisciplinary, offering a wide range of perspectives. A truly international experience; last year over 1600 students from 126 different nationalities joined our courses! The Groningen academics will open up their networks for you and bring in international counterparts and external stakeholders. Groningen invites you to bring in your knowledge and ambitions and to share your experiences and questions. See https://www.rug.nl/education/summer-winter-schools/
Experience geographical and academic diversity. The University of Tratu offers an outstanding selection of interdisciplinary and subject specific summer programmes with versatile content. Check them out on https://www.ut.ee/en/studies/international-summer-university-0
The University of Tartu offers several free MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) in English. More infromation on https://www.ut.ee/en/current-students/moocs?language=en
'Educational Change in Times of Rapid Technological Innovation' is an intensive summer university programme at the University of Tartu, which aims to critically examine the development of technology-enhanced teaching and learning and stimulate conversations to re-imagine teaching as well as learning in times of the digital transformation. The rationale of the summer university is to empower people to re-imagine modern teaching practices and follow the transformation of education.
Two of our SINReM students won the Sustainable Development Goals Copernicus Hackathon. As part of the four-headed ExaMine team, SINReM students Mridul Pareek (India) and Antonio Mires Valdez (Peru) won the first prize with the solution their team put forward for the challenge ‘Raw materials in a circular economy’. Four other SINReM students also participated: Daniel Sandoval, Debabrata Ghosh, Liz Mariana Lobo and Anastasia Yuandy.
The first edition of the Summer School 'Creating a Climate for Change' in June 2019 in Groningen was a huge success. At the request of former participants, we will organize a second edition in 2020.
After more than three years of research, innovation and development, ADAS&ME (Adaptive ADAS to support incapacitated drivers Mitigate Effectively risks through tailor made HMI under automation) H2020 project consortium including the NUI Galway and Uppsala University organized its final event in Barcelona.