DkIT is delighted to host a 2-week Erasmus Intensive Programme from 15th - 26th October at the Institute. The theme of the programme is Sustainable Living Communities and will focus on issues of Energy, Water & Waster, and the roles played by Engineers and Scientists in producing innovative solutions around these issues. Participants in the programme will include DkIT's students and staff of the Masters in Renewable Energies, along with students and staff partnering the programme from the Fachhochschule Joanneum in Graz, Austria, and the Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Finland. The programme at DkIT has been designed by Catherine McCloskey, DkIT Engineering School, DkIT International Relations Coordinator, Noreen Carney, with contributions from staff in the departments of Applied Science, Business Studies, and the DkIT research centres, CASALA, NETWELL, CREDIT, and FRESH WATER CENTRE.
A delegation of 50 students and staff from Austria and Finland will be joining the DkIT students and staff for what promises to be a most interesting and enjoyable programme, combining multi-disciplinary lectures and workshops, contributions from industry guest-speakers, along with site visits to
Photos taken the 2 weeks.
Following the successful hosting of the ‘Creative Aesthetic Learning Processes’ Erasmus Intensive Programme in DkIT in February 2012, DkIT twenty-one music and creative media students and staff will travel to Stord Haugesund University College, Norway on Sunday 27 January 2013 to develop the next