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University of Evora (UE): The University of Évora is a public institution of higher education whose origins date back to 1559. After being closed in the 18th century, it reopened in 1979. At present time, it is organized in departments that are grouped in schools related to specific domains, such as: Arts, Social Sciences, Science and Technology and Health. Research and Development (R&D) is organized in areas through a network of 14 Research Units all of them submitted to international evaluation and under global coordination of Institute for Research and Advanced Education. Main R&D areas: Agronomy and Biodiversity; Geophysics, Environment and Landscaping; Materials and Surface Science; Economics and Management; Computer Sciences and Software Interoperability; Social & Political Sciences, History, History of Art, Science and Culture Applied Mathematics; Education; Literature; Elderly Healthcare. Participates in LLP projects (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, etc.), Erasmus + and Erasmus Mundus, actions 1 and 2: EUMAINE, PHOENIX, TPTI, ArchMat, EMMA-WEST, EMMA-EAST and FUSION.

Site: http://www.uevora.pt/

 

 

 

 

Buskerud and Vestfold University College (BVUC): The Business School and Faculty of Social Sciences offers program in both business administration and information systems. Some modules are interdiciplinary and offered to students from both types of programs.

We believe that interdisciplinary activities, where students with somewhat different backgrounds are collaborating, represents good preparation for work life. Buskerud and Vestfold University College also operates an Innovatorium, a meeting place where vendors and manufacturers meet students and end-users. The idea is to achieve more user participation in innovation projects.

 

Profile and competences of personnel to be involved: Prof. Lasse Berntzen’s expertise covers fields of studies like: Information Systems, ICT-based innovation, open source software, business process modeling. Assoc.Prof. Umar Burki covers: Supply chain management, entrepeneurial marketing. Marius Rohde Johannesen covers information systems, with focus on electronic government and electronic governance. 

Site: http://www.hbv.no

 

 

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Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu (LBUS) has a long experience in implementing a variety of projects in the most diverse fields of study. Faculty of Engineering of LBUS continues this international policy through applying for funding on different axes, being portrayed by accuracy, high quality of the education process and dynamism. In accordance with the rising of national and European academic demands and facing new requirements from the labor field, Faculty of Engineering is developing a policy characterized by innovation, rigor and quality in education, providing an attractive and flexible educational offer and a high level of training, trying to respond to the acute needs of world of work. The Faculty of Engineering seeks a direction of development through values, encouraging entrepreneurial and digital competences of its students and graduates, by struggling to develop the right mix of skills and anticipating future needs of the labour market.

During 2008-2014 LBUS initiated and signed over 30 agreements with national and international companies. Among these partners we can enumerate some of the most important companies: Continental, Compa Bilstein, EBS, Marquardt, Siemens, Visma, Brandl, Romgaz, Transgaz, Atlassib, Rud, SAP Romania, Lockheed Martin, Hidroelectrica, IBM, Microsoft Romania, Takata, Maticom, Phoenix Mould, Ina Schaeffler. Students coming in the afore mentioned project will work on the case-studies directly in companies related to the topic of the project

Site: http://inginerie.ulbsibiu.ro/

 

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