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Armenian Network of Excellence in Bio-products Science and Technology (ABioNet)

Project number

 

586136-EPP-1-2017-1-EL-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

 

Duration

 

36 months (2017-2020)

 

Grant

 

974.325 €  

 

Applicant (Coordinator)

 

Dr. Thomas Tomidis, thomidis@cp.teithe.grAlexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki – Greece

 

Local Coordinators

 

 

 

 

Armenian National Agrarian University (ANAU): Dr. Gayane Marmaryan – gmarmaryan@gmail.com  

Yerevan State University (YSU): Mrs. Nelli Hovhannisyan –bionellibiotech@yahoo.com

Gavar State University (GSU): Dr. Arsen Aproyan – aproyan@gsu.am  

Shirak State University after M. Nalbandyan: Mr. Hovik Melkonyan – international@shsu.am

Ministry of Education and Science of RA (MoES): Mr. Harutyun Azgaldyan – h.azgaldyan@edu.am

 

EU partners

 

 

 

Technische Universitaet Dresden Germany

Universidade Catolica Portuguesa – Portugal

Universita Degli Studi Di Teramo – Italy

 

Partner countries

 

 

 

 

 

 

Armenia

Armenian National Agrarian University (ANAU)

Yerevan State University (YSU)

Gavar State University (GSU)

Shirak State University after M. Nalbandyan

Ministry of Education and Science of RA (MoES)

 

Project Summary

Armenia is the country where the bio-based and agricultural production in general are among the most important economic sectors, where the agricultural scientists, bioscientists and biotechnologists are among the most demanded professions. The modern agricultural and food production sector need skills and credentials that place them above and beyond the crowd. In fact, more than ever, agricultural production sectors, food institutions, corporations, government laboratories and agencies, non-profits, and other industrial sectors are demanding that their science-educated employees also command various business-related skills and entrepreneurship. In parallel there is a big gap between the enterprises and the education, MSc programmes in general are not harmonized with the requirements of the actively growing bio-based products sector. Undressing the national education and science development priorities ABioNet Project is trying to fill the gaps between the education and entrepreneurship and innovation. The ABioNet will create and deliver new curricula on bio products science and technology taking into account the best practices of EU universities within newly established platform for effective collaboration between the universities, research centres and enterprises and to promote innovations in the field of Bio based production. The idea to set up such kind of network within set up resources which are virtually linked in one platform and allowed the mobility of the students and staff between Armenian HEIs and other partner in Armenia and in EU is new in Armenian community.

Website: http://abionet.eu/