The aim of this ERASMUS+ project is to adapt, modernise and restructure the existing curricula in artificial implants for bio-engineering degrees in Israel and Ukraine, to develop new certified courses, and to test the innovative curriculum and disseminate the results.
In the context of the Copenhagen declaration, the EU 2020 flagship initiative and the 2011 EU Modernisation Agenda, this project will support the modernisation and internationalisation of higher education in artificial implants program (AIP) through the innovation of two cycles curriculum, in line with new development in the area, the labour market demand and best practices. It aims to assist the partner countries in reforming their higher education systems according to the principles of the "Bologna process". Adjusting the education programs to the needs mentioned above means not only adjusting traditional curricula to Bologna process and providing them with a more practical orientation, but also to implement generic courses needed to expand the educational offer, to modernize existing ones, and establish new well-equipped labs.
Danube University Krems is participating in this project providing technical know-how on sensors but also know-how in the fields of regenerative medicine and biotechnology.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission within the Erasmus+ Programme (586114-EPP-1-2017-1-ES-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP). This publication/communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
More Information on the project at https://bioart.iucc.ac.il/
|Duration||15/10/2017 - 14/10/2021|
|Principle investigator for the project (Danube University Krems)||Dipl.-Ing. Albert Treytl|
|Project members||Dr. Giulia Mazza, MSc Dr. Stephanie Nestawal|