544498-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-SE-TEMPUS-JPHES

INTERREGIONAL NETWORK FOR INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF ECOSYSTEMS TECHNOSPHERE BASED ON MICRO- AND NANOOBJECT TECHNOLOGIES

International Registration Number: 544498-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-SE-TEMPUS-JPHES

Grant Holder: Linnaeus University (Sweden)

BNTU Project Coordinator: Prof. Aliaksandr M. Maliarevich

 

Tempus

About Project

General Objective:

  1. To create a single integrated comprehensive system of innovative development of ecosystems technosphere with the full cycle (study - research - production - maintenance - utilization) that allows to implement a fundamentally new approach for planning of environmental safety for all technosphere objects at all life-cycle stages. Synergetic effect to be achieved by using the results of Tempus projects in the field of green technologies and innovation support: UNI4INNO (Innovation system in Universities), GREENCO (Green Computing & Communications), REGENLAW (Energy and Environmental Law) etc.
  2. To develop effective e-service for interactive collaboration between companies in development and commercialization of eco-innovative projects.
  3. To produce a new generation of engineering and research staff capable to perform constructive development in innovative micro/nanotech eco-engineering and satisfy the needs of UA and BY enterprises and institutions.

 

In order to achieve general objective the following goals will be realized:

1) To establish the international network Centers of Innovations in ecosystems technosphere (CIDECS) in UA and BY (3 UA / 3 BY) for administrative, financial and technical support of eco-innovative projects / e-commerce / training activities;

2) To develop the web platform CIDECS for collaboration in development and commercialization of eco-innovative projects and integration of this platform with the networks of Tempus projects;

3) To develop the new integrated Master program in Micro- and Nanotechnology in ecosystems technosphere (6 basic modules) for 6 partner universities in Belarus and Ukraine;

4) To develop in-service training program (4 modules) in the area of innovative micro/nanotech eco-engineering.