Green Engine - Eco-Engineering - environmental processing and sustainable use of renewable recourses and bio-waste

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Green Engine - Eco-Engineering - environmental processing and sustainable use of renewable recourses and bio-waste
Projektleitung Joachim Winkler , Prof. Dr. phil.
Kürzel
Projektbeginn 01. Oktober 2011
Projektabschluss 30. April 2014
Projektpartner Partner aus DE, LV, EE, KZ und RU
Projektbeteiligte Hochschule Wismar ,
Projektmittel
Mittelgeber European Commission, Tempus Programme 2007-2014
Fakultät(en) Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Forschungsschwerpunkte(e) Bauen und Planen, Biotechnologie, Neue Materialien
Hyperlink http://www.green-engine.org

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The issues of environmental safety and “green” energy processing officially belong to prior economic and social development policies in Kazakhstan and Russia. However, the current economic realities and relevant educational infrastructure do not allow effective realisation of these policies. Mostly, it is not the lack of financial resources or political will, but more the lack of relevant specialists; educational background, practical experience that keeps countries from implementing of the environmental policy and relevant foreign companies from direct investments in this area. In response to the challenges and to great potential in “green” energy processing of the participating regions from Kazakhstan and Russia the project aims at development and implementation of the inter-disciplinary Master Program “Eco-Engineering –environmental process and energy engineering based on renewable resources and bio-waste”.

Project's objectives are: 1) Strengthening educational competitiveness and international involvement of Partner Universities through brining them on international standards in fields of environmental safety and efficient processing of “green” energy; 2) Promoting inter-regional cooperation of the participating regions on academic, political and business level in relevant topics; 3) Launching of the common Master Programme in partner Universities; 4) Ensure practice related knowledge transfer and cross-country experience-exchange; 6) Rising of political & public awareness of the problems addressed.