Applying some advanced technologies in teaching and research in relation to air pollution

Project code:   2021-1-RO01-KA220-HED-000030286

Project acronym: AdvTech_AirPollution

During December 4-5, 2023, the project implementation team from the University of Craiova will organize a transnational meeting named „Microcontrollers in electronic devices.” It is the last meeting from a series of four. The team will discuss how helpful the microcontrollers are in making sensors during laboratory activities. These sensors might provide later datasets that can be used in research. During this meeting, the project implementation team aims to discuss the current situation of each project result, what documents each partner should make for the final report, and investigate other new opportunities for cooperation. At this moment, three results have been published (a book „New teaching and learning methods for the post-pandemic time,” a handbook „Curriculum, and a handbook "Advanced technologies to process Big Data,” „Kit of Sensors and a detailed description of the lab activities that can be made with those sensors”) and two papers was accepted for publication (presented to the TIM22 Physics Conference, „Using advanced technologies to process data given by a network of sensors”). Three other articles were prepared and submitted. None of them have been published until this moment. All courses for students (two summer schools) and academics (three courses) were given to the target group. Also, three transnational meetings and two multiplier events were organized. During December 2023 and January 2024, Slovakia and Turkey will organize the last two multiplier events.

The current transnational meeting is organized within the Erasmus+ project „Application of advanced technologies in teaching and research in the field of air pollution.” The University of Craiova develops the mentioned project in partnership with Adana Türkeş Alparslan University of Science and Technology, Paisiy Hilendarski University of Plovdiv, and Matej Bel University Banská Bistrika.

This Erasmus+ project aims to develop STEM students' and faculty’s competencies in using advanced technologies to process the information provided by Big Data (open source). The project will facilitate an exchange of experience and good practices to the faculty regarding new methods of teaching and learning that will be used during the post-pandemic period. The project implementation period is February 01, 2022 - January 31, 2024; the maximum budget is 254,056.00 euro. The target group has 40 students and ten academic staff.    

Project Manager,                                                            

Mihaela Tinca Udriștioiu





Proiecte@UCV - 29.11.2023