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International Relations Office organised the Welcome meeting for incoming Erasmus+ students on Friday, November 1st 2019 at the Faculty of Sciences.
Erasmus+ students were welcomed by prof. Srđan Rončević, Vice Dean for Science, International Cooperation and Development and Gordana Vlahović, Head of International Affairs. During the meeting, Ivana Pejović, International Relations Officer gave a presentation about the Faculty of Sciences and other practical information related to student life in Novi Sad. Erasmus+ students shared their first impressions about studying in Novi Sad and also had the opportunity to chat with Erasmus+ coordinators in a non-formal atmosphere.
This winter semester the Faculty of Sciences has received 6 students from Spain, 1 student from the Czech Republic and 1 student from Austria within Erasmus+ Programme.
Prof. Dr. Ritva Kantelinen and Zinab Elgundi, PhD student from the School of Applied Educational Science and Teacher Education of the University of Eastern Finland visited the Faculty of Sciences University of Novi Sad from 14th until 18th October 2019. The visit was organized as part of the international cooperation within the Erasmus+ Programme.
The guests were welcomed and hosted by professors Dr. Ljiljana Knezevic, Dragana Vukovic Vojnovic and Stanka Radojcic from the Centre for Languages for Specific Purposes. During the visit Ritva and Zinab gave lectures to local students about the Finish educational system and language education. In addition, the purpose of the visit was to extend and improve the cooperation in the field of foreign language education.
On last day of their visits colleagues from Finland had a meeting with the International Relations Office of the Faculty of Sciences in order to discuss about possibilities to enhance the cooperation and implement further joint activities. Many good ideas have been shared and the new calls for projects were identified. Looking forward to continuation this excellent collaboration with UEF!
The Demo Day of the Second Cycle of Open Innovations Lab of the DA-SPACE project was held on April 18th in the Business Incubator, Novi Sad.
The winning team, Slaven Tenodi, Kristiana Zrnić and Katarina Avramović, all students at the Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Environmental Protection under the mentorship of Nenad Grba, a research associate within the International Interreg Project DA-SPACE, won the 1st place among 9 student teams of the University of Novi Sad in the competition of young teams in solving business challenges – Open Innovation Challenge, and won the place for the international competition to be held in Ulm, Germany from May 13th to May 17th 2019. The topic of the winning team was Water and Energy Efficiency for Better Industry (WE2I).
The competition was organized by the Vojvodina ICT Cluster, University of Novi Sad and the Provincial Secretariat of Finance. The project was supported by the European Union (ERDF, IPA, ENI).