PREDAVANJE PROF. DR HENDRIKA FERDINANDEA O MOBILNOSTI STUDENATA

 
PREDVANJE JE ODRŽANO, A NIŽE ĆETE NAĆI PREZENTACIJU SA KORISNIM LINKOVIMA.

 

 

Pozivamo vas na predavanje koje će održati PROF. DR HENDRIK FERDINANDE na temu mobilnosti studenata u okviru Evropskih programa i mreža namenjenih unapređenju internacionalizacije visokog obrazovanja.

Izuzetno bogato međunarodno iskustvo prof. Ferdinandea doprineće boljem uvidu u prethodne i predstojeće aktivnosti Evrospke unije kojima se podržava i povećava akademska mobilnost (od programa usklađivanja nastavnih programa do akademskih mreža za mlade preduzetnike) i pružiti nove informacije o tome kako je koncipiran novi program EU za finansiranje obrazovanja od 2014-2020. godine - ERASMUS+.

Predavanje će biti održano u UTORAK, 7. OKTOBRA 2014. U 13.00 h, u amfiteatru Centralne zgrade UNS-a.

 
APSTRAKT:

Student Mobility - From ERASMUS to ERASMUS+, Academic Networks (e.g. HoPE) help!

Hendrik Ferdinande, Ghent University & HoPE, Ghent, Belgium

Physics student mobility in the European Commission’s ERASMUS programme will be described from its initial phase with personal experience as departmental coach and as co-ordinator of a large mobility
network EMSPS (European Mobility Scheme for Physics Students) by the European Physical Society (EPS) and with students testimonies. The role of facilitating these mobilities by some Physics Academic Networks EUPEN (European Physics Education Network), STEPS (Stakeholders Tune European
Physics Studies), STEPS TWO and HoPE (Horizons in Physics Education) and the overarching ‘Tuning Educational Structures in Europe’ (for short TUNING) will be explained. The present form of the ERASMUS+ programme (2014/20) with e.g. its ERASMUS for Young Entrepreneurs part, and its relevance in the light of the recent development of Higher Education HEInnovate after the Bologna Process reforms will be discussed.

Em. prof. dr. ir. dr.h.c. H.M.A. Ferdinande

 

Hendrik Ferdinande (Belgian, 1940) studied engineering physics (1963) at Universiteit Gent, Belgium. He obtained an MSc degree from Stanford University, Stanford (US) in 1964 and was conferred an engineering physics doctor’s degree in 1973 at Universiteit Gent. From 1964 he performed research in experimental low- and medium-energy nuclear physics in Ghent (BE). During the academic year 1973/74 he was NATO visiting researcher at the National Research Council of Canada in Ottawa (CA). Since 1991 he is assistant and associate professor at the Faculty of Sciences and the Faculty of Engineering in Universiteit Gent. He retired from Universiteit Gent in October 2005.

From 1996 till 2003 he was the chair of the Erasmus /Socrates Thematic Network Project EUPEN (European Physics Education Network) linking physics departments in European countries. He co-ordinated also the three-year Socrates Thematic Network Project (2005/2008), called STEPS (Stakeholders Tune European Physics Studies). He has been advisor of the STEPS TWO (2008/11) project and is presently (2013/16) advisor to the HOPE (Horizons in Physics Education) network. He has been active, both as expert in the Physics Area and as member of the Management Committee in the ‘Tuning educational structures in Europe’ project since the start in 2000. He contributed to initiatives of Tuning in Russia, Latin America (CL, CO, GT, PE) and Georgia.

He has been evaluator at the DAAD ‘Academic Evaluation Centre’ (APS) Beijing (CN) (2007/13) (screening of Chinese students going to study in Flanders (BE) or Germany). He was guest professor at the ‘Institute for the Advancement of Higher Education’ at Hokkaido University, Sapporo (JP) (Summer 2012).

In 2002 he received the doctor honoris causa degree from the Universitatea din Oradea in Oradea (RO). Hendrik Ferdinande is fellow of the Institute of Physics, London (UK) and fellow of the World Innovation Foundation. He was member of the Executive Committee (2008/12) of the European Physical Society (EPS) and member of the Physics Education Division of EPS.

 

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