Staff mobility in Florence foresees a full immersion on training on e-learning and new teaching methodologies. Alberto Provenzano from CESIE presents the new methodologies for teaching with the support of e-learning tools!
Staff Mobility at the University of Florence is presently on-going. It will last from 4 to 9 October, 2019 Seminars, Site visits and training in the field of Teaching Soft Skills will be provided to the 20 Chinese Professors and Assistants delegation. Further information is following… keep in touch!
Today, August 16, 2019, the Staff Mobility at Mälardalen University started! Seventeen Professors and Researchers of Tongji University, ECUST and Sichuan University will take part in seminars and study visits, together with the Mälardalen University staff, led by Prof. Jinyue Yan and Prof. Hailong Li. We wish them a good and proficient time in Sweden!
Eighteen Professors and Teachers of the three Chinese Universities took part in the first staff mobility of the BBChina in Rostock, June 13 to 21, 2019. The Chinese delegation took part in Seminars, Study Visits and to the Rostocker Bioenergie Forum 2019.
A poster was presented at the 27th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (Session 4BV.6.17 Proceedings ISSN 2282-5819), held in June 2019 in Lisboa, Portugal. The program of the visual presentations is available in the following:EUBCE 2019: The Program
The BBChina project presented at European academic level. A presentation was held on September 27, 2018 at IFIB 2018, in Torino, Italy within the satellite event “Education as a main pillar of the EU Bioeconomy Strategy” where the BBChina Project was presented. The program of the Satellite Event.
In order to present the BBchina Project to a wider audience of Chinese Universities, it was co-organised the Panel “Higher Education and Training on Renewable Energy Topics: Open issues, Present Status and Future Development” at ICAE 2018; during the Panel, it has been held a Presentation of the BBChina project. The ICAE 2018 was a very successful research and Academic level event, with a bit less than 1100 participants (~70% of them from China and