The overall project goal of CERES (Centers of Excellence for young RESearchers) is to improve research conditions of young researchers from EU universities and especially from Ukrainian and Belarusian universities. Therefore we plan to develop a virtual portal and several centers in Ukraine and Belarus in order to promote the collaboration between the target groups: young researchers, academic teachers and enterprises. In general, CERES allows participants to form research groups, collaborate with international research partners and to share information and project results. Using CERES to collaborate is free of charge and is available to students and young researchers from PC universities and enterprises.
For that purpose, prof. Ing. Karol Matiaško PhD from the Department of Informatics at University of Žilina (Slovakia), is leading a consortium of 14 academic, industrial and public non-profit organization from five different countries (Belarus, Czech, Germany, Slovakia and Ukraine). “International specialists from science and industry cooperate for development of applied innovation. We aim at creating platform for support of young researchers”, explains prof. Matiaško. The CERES project is funded with 672.193 Euros per 3 years by the European Union under the TEMPUS IV Programme – Sixth Call for Proposals (EACEA/35/2012). Reference number of the project is 544137-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-SK-TEMPUS-JPHES.
CERES has a long-lasting impact on the higher education of Partner countries. Close to market collaborations with enterprises allow participating universities to access financial resources which ensure future operation and further development of the CERES network. First pilot collaborations between young researchers and enterprises are conducted during the project and are expected to spill over to other young researchers and enterprises.
In accordance with the knowledge triangle concept, increased collaboration between young researchers and enterprises leads to a higher level of innovation and thus positively affects research and education conditions in the higher education when results are integrated in academic training.
The Training was held under the Erasmus+ Project “Library Network Support Services (LNSS): modernising libraries in Armenia, Moldova and Belarus through library staff development and reforming library services”.
The summer school, funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) will start with visits to European Institutions in Strasburg, followed by llectures and presentations in Essen and last from 22.08. - 31.08.2016.
Application deadline: 05.02.2016.
Working language is English.
Travel costs and costs foe stay are covered by DAAD
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We are pleased to invite all those who are not indifferent to English and who want to upgrade their English skills to join “English Speaking Club” at our university.
The meeting between head of department of informatics and applied mathematics Siarhei Parfamuk and the university’s undergraduates was held on October 30, 2015 on the theme "Participation of the Brest State Technical University in the CERES project".
I am Alexandra from Spain and I am going to tell you about my experience in Belarus.
My name is Ibrahim Al-Rashdi, 24 years old. I am a student from Sultanate of Oman. In summer 2014 I have visited the republic of Belarus, Brest State Technical University...
On the 2 June, 2014 a group of Chinese students with their supervisor had a nice trip. We visited castles of Mir and Nesvizh. The trip was exciting and full of positive emotions. We enjoyed the beauty of Belarusian nature and the old architecture.