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Connect for Change programme in Dortmund University

What is Connect for change?

Connect for Change is part of a bigger cooperation between TU Dortmund and Mosul University. The aim of this project is to create learning opportunities for emerging researchers of Mosul University by inviting them to participate in one-week-long intensive seminars at TU Dortmund University. With that we aim to support internationalization of Mosul University, promote science and curriculum innovation.

Four intensive courses to be organized will be focus on creating and sharing knowledge on interdisciplinary topics which are considered to be major challenges to reconstruction and reconciliation in Mosul and the region after its liberation. Apart from intensive seminars that also include side-visits, the participants will be given the opportunity to get in to a dialogue with peers from TU Dortmund University and also to learn about the political, economic, and cultural life in Germany.

Who can apply?

PhD students; Lecturers with an MA; post-doctoral researchers in early stage

What are further requirements?

Participants are expected to present a scientific poster on their current research as part of an exhibition.

A motivation letter should convincingly state how the learning experience can and will used for further research and/or teaching;

Participants are expected to actively contribute to the winter school in 2019

Intensive Seminar: Recycling of synthetic substances

To be held from 09.12. to 13.12. at TU Dortmund University

The reconstruction process the Mosul area goes through, can be viewed as a chance for building a more sustainable environment. Recycling – especially of synthetic substances can be a major contribution to this process. In this intensive seminar, you will experience approaches to the recycling of plastics and other synthetic substances in from an interdisciplinary perspective. Additionaly there will be a conjoint workshop on higher education didactics, providing you with knowledge about contemporary approaches on adult education, included in the programme. Please be ready to present an example of your research on a poster, you can bring to Germany.

Apply for the Chemistry Seminar using this form: here

Intensive Seminar: Experimental physics and its use in medicine

To be held from 09.12. to 13.12. at TU Dortmund University

Experimental physics provides very elaborate methods and approaches and makes major contributions to fundamental research in the field of physics in general and in medical and biological physics particularely. In this one week intensive seminar we will explore basic approaches to experimental physics theoretically and have insights in ist practical application in the field of medicine at the laboratories at TU Dortmund. Additionaly there will be a conjoint workshop on higher education didactics, providing you with knowledge about contemporary approaches on adult education, included in the programme. Please be ready to present an example of your research on a poster, you can bring to Germany.

Apply for the Physics Seminar using this form: here

Intensive Seminar: Economic cooperation in urban and regional development

To be held from 09.12. to 13.12. at TU Dortmund University

To develop new models of economic cooperation is crucial for building a strong economy and hence a stable society. In this intensive seminar we will learn about economic relations of different actors in urban and regional development from a macro- and microeconomic perspective. In a business game you will experience interests of various acteurs in economic cooperations first hand. Additionaly there will be a conjoint workshop on higher education didactics, providing you with knowledge about contemporary approaches on adult education, included in the programme. Please be ready to present an example of your research on a poster, you can bring to Germany.  

Apply for the Economics Seminar using this form: here.



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