Creation of university-enterprise cooperation networks for education on sustainable technologies

Fidancevska, Emilija and Srebrenkoska, Vineta (2013) Creation of university-enterprise cooperation networks for education on sustainable technologies. Society of Chemists and Technologists of Macedonia.

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The aim of the project is to improve the university-enterprise cooperation in the process of creating sustainable industry in Serbia, Bosnia and Hercegovina and Macedonia and to promote the sustainable concept of zero emission which aim is maximum resource productivity and virtually no waste. The goal was realized by creating the lifelong learning course (LLL ) for the needs of the industry consisting of general part (sustainable technologies) and specific parts depending on the particularity of the participant industry in the project, i.e. food industry, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry, chemical engineering and materials engineering. The course was covered with the written material given in five books with the following titles: sustainable technologies, sustainable technologies in food industry, sustainable technologies and chemical engineering, sustainable technologies in pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry and materials engineering. Also, the modern computer laboratory was opened at the faculties which implemented the project. The course was realized by each university (three months, 150 hours, 6 ECTS ) and more than 200 participants from the industry of the Balkan countries successfully finished the LLL course. The participants in this project are from the six universities from the Balkan countries: “Ss Cyril and Methodius University” in Skopje (Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy) and the University “Goce Delčev”, Štip (Faculty of Technology), Republic of Macedonia; University of Novi Sad (Faculty of Technology) and University of Niš (Faculty of Technology, Leskovac), Serbia; from Bosnia and Herzegovina participate University of East Sarajevo (Faculty of Technology, Zvornik) and University of Tuzla (Faculty of Technology). The European partners are: Katholoke Hogeschool Sint Lieven, Gent, Belgium, Trier University of Applied Science, Environmental Campus Birkenfeld, Germany and Vienna University of Technology (Faculty of Technical Chemistry), Austria. The companies from the Balkan countries and the chambers of commerce are also involved in this project. In the future the LLL courses will be offered from each university, i.e faculty which participates in the project in order continually to spread the knowledge on sustainable technologies and the concept of zero emission as well as to strength the link among universities – enterprises – chambers of commerce. The future new courses will originate from the experience gained from the project, but will be tailored made depending on the needs of the industry.

Item Type: Other
Subjects: Engineering and Technology > Materials engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Technology
Depositing User: Vineta Srebrenkoska
Date Deposited: 21 Aug 2013 08:22
Last Modified: 03 Jul 2014 12:26

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