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Support of international mobilites between SvF STU Bratislava and University of Liechtenstein
Department of Building Construction of the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (KKPS SvF STU) is a partner in an EEA/EHP project on:
This project is co-funded by the EEA Grants and the state budget of the Slovak Republic from the EEA Scholarship Programme Slovakia.
Grant scheme: Program EHP Slovakia – Mobility projects among universities – EEA/EHP-SK06-II-01
Project ID: SK06-II-01-004
Duration: 2.6.2015 - 30.9.2016
The aim of the project is to support international mobility of students, PhD students, and staff members of four participating faculties of STU in Bratislava with partners from NTNU Trondheim and Universität Liechtenstein. It will initiate academic cooperation between the University of Liechtenstein and STU Bratislava in construction, architecture, and space planning, focusing on the use of alternative energy sources in operation of buildings, including computer-aided simulations of energy needs and internal environment, and spatial planning of rural settlements as well. The project also contributes to further strengthening of already existing cooperation between NTNU Trondheim and faculties of STU in Bratislava in the field of advanced methods of automatic control and to progress of inter-faculty cooperation at STU in Bratislava.
Project objectives for KKPS SvF STU (Faculty of Civil Engineering at STU in Bratislava)
In addition to the initiation of cooperation, the project mainly aims at mutual transfer of information and knowledge in the area of sustainable architecture, the use of alternative energy sources in operation of buildings, computer simulations of energy needs and internal environment, and also in the field of spatial planning of rural settlements. The transfer of knowledge and information should not be reflected only in direct activities in the form of two teachers and two doctoral mobility actions, but also get a multiplier effect through joint scientific articles and preparation of joint research projects.
On the basis of mutual acceptance, the University staff mobility will be conducted as:
The anticipated doctoral mobility includes:
For more information regarding mobility between the STU and the University of Liechtenstein, please contact:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. techn. Ing. arch. Roman Rabenseifer
KKPS SvF STU v Bratislave
810 05 Bratislava
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