|Duration||36 months (2012 – 2015)|
|Type||Joint Projects Higher Education and Society|
|Applicant (Coordinator)||Dr.-Ing. Karsten Henke, Ilmenau University of Technology – Germany|
Phone: +49 3677691443; Fax: +49 3677694823;
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: http://www.tu-ilmenau.de/ics
|Local Partners||American University of Armenia Foundation: Mr. Sargis Zeytunyan – email@example.com|
State Engineering University of Armenia: Mr. Ruben Aghgashyan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kapan Branch of State Engineering University of Armenia: Mr. Seyran Balasanyan – email@example.com
National Instruments Armenian Corporation Armenia branch: Ms. Amalya Mkhitaryan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Synopsys Armenia CJSC: Mr Vazgen Melikyan – email@example.com
|EU Partners||Carinthia University of Applied Sciences – Austria|
Quality Austria Training, Certification And Evaluation Ltd. – Austria
Transilvania University of Brasov – Romania
University of Deusto – Spain
|Partner Countries||Armenia |
American University of Armenia Foundation (AUA)
State Engineering University of Armenia (SEUA)
Kapan Branch of State Engineering University of Armenia (KbSEUA)
National Instruments Armenian Corporation Armenia branch
Synopsys Armenia CJSC
Ilia State University
Shota Rustaveli State University
LEPL Institute of Micro and Nanoelectronics
Transformer and Electric Equipment
National Technical University “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute”
lvano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas
Zaporizhzhya National Technical University
Ukrainian Association of IT professionals
Joint-Stock Company (JSC) “Kharkiv OnLine”
JSC Ukrainian Industrial Energy Company
Research and Production Company ZOND, Ltd.
Energoservice Company Ecological Systems Ltd.
|Description||iCo-op was initiated to equip engineering students in Armenia, Georgia, and Ukraine with the skills necessary for a successful career. The program will forge partnerships between universities and industry to modernize engineering education that provides direct access to top-notch facilities with remote and virtual instrumentation. The program will be based on EU best practices, partners’ industry expertise, and knowledge of business demand of target countries. |
iCo-op aims to: – Establish methodology for identification and monitoring of demand for knowledge and skills in industry; – Deliver learning programs incorporating transversal and using remote laboratories/virtual instrumentation knowledge and competences; – Build mutually beneficial, sustainable partnerships between academia and enterprises by offering internship programs and up-to-date industry training programs. iCo-op starts with analysis of knowledge and skill gaps in engineering curricula, based on Armenian/Georgian/Ukrainian fields needs. 24 engineering modules, based on remote/virtual instrumentation, will be developed and enhanced with transversal competencies.
A pilot for university/enterprise participants with integrated internship program and trainings for instructors and module developers will be established in 8 universities and at least 9 enterprises of the 3 targeted countries. Roundtables, workshops, conferences will be carried out for wider dissemination of the methodology in these countries. Developed reports, recommendations, set of informational and instructional materials will be available online for free.
Use-and application of project products will commence during the project to evaluate strengths and sustainability of the methodology and to address potential problems. In all three countries, iCo-op will expand the methodology and resources for enhancing student competency required by modern industry. The results will effect educational and economic transformation of partner countries.
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