ECAM-EPMI is a Graduate School of Electrical Engineering and Industrial Process Management with about 900
students, 150 apprentices, 50 teachers and staff members. ECAM-EPMI is recognized by the French state and
accredited to award Engineering Degrees by the CTI (National Commission for Engineering Degrees). Students are trained in general engineering principals in cutting edge sectors: Smart Cities, Renewable Energies, Automation, Electrical Engineering, Information Technologies and Communications, Supply Chain Management. The research and teaching activities are organized in the framework of a scientific direction with significant human and material resources, research platforms and labs covering various domains including: – Energy and Smart Cities, – Mechatronics & Embedded Systems, – Smart Manufacturing & Green Logistics. ECAM-EPMI is evaluated as R4E (recognized for excellence) by the EFQM (European Foundation for Quality Management).
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) was established by an Act of the Spanish Parliament on 5 May 1989. From the outset it was intended to be a relatively small, innovative, public university, providing teaching of the highest quality and focused primarily on research. UC3M has four campuses in the towns of Getafe, Leganés, Colmenarejo and Madrid (Campus Puerta de Toledo). The Getafe campus has two schools (the School of Social Science and Law, and the School of Humanities); the Leganés campus houses the School of Engineering, whereas the new Puerta de Toledo-Madrid campus serves as the UC3M center specialized in European Master’s degree programs with an international profile. The campus facilities include modern libraries, computer rooms, audiovisual rooms, recording studios, court rooms, wifi throughout the campus, and sports centers with facilities for basketball, tennis, squash, beach-volleyball and sauna, and an auditorium, among others. UC3M also has three Residence Halls with over a thousand places available: Fernando de los Ríos and Gregorio Peces Barba in Getafe, and Fernando Abril Martorell in Leganés. The mission of Carlos III University of Madrid is to contribute to the improvement of society through teaching of the highest quality and cutting-edge research in line with stringent international guidelines. The University aspires to excellence in all its activities, with the aim of becoming one of the best universities in Europe. The university actively encourages the personal development of all those connected to the higher education community. All our activities are guided by the values of merit, ability, efficiency, transparency, fairness, equality and respect for the environment. UC3M has 600 permanent teaching staff (full professors, associate professors and senior lecturers) and a further 1.420 associate doctoral lecturers. UC3M lecturers have the highest proportion of research results evaluated favorably by the Ministry of Education out of all Spanish universities. International activity and attracting talent are two of the core points to achieve the goals of teaching and research excellence. One of the priorities of our Chairs of Excellence programme has been attracting world-class researchers in order to help our departments, institutes and research groups to increase and improve its international ties and improve their scientific capabilities techniques, develop stable partnerships and sharing teaching and research experiences with these renowned researchers. Being similar in size to some of the major European universities, UC3M has 22.666 students of which 20% are international students. This proportion is notably higher at both master (22%) and doctoral (44%) levels. The UC3M is the 1st university in Spain and 3rd in Europe in terms of undergraduate students taking part in the Erasmus student exchange programme: 50% of our students have participated in European international mobility Erasmus Programme during their undergraduate studies. UC3M has 34 bachelor courses (17 in Social Sciences and Law, 1 in Humanities and 16 in Engineering) and 11 combined degree courses; 60 official master’s courses (16 in Law, 16 in Economics and Business, 10 in Humanities, Communication, Information and Social Sciences and 18 in Engineering and Basic Sciences) plus 27 private master courses some of them related to IoT and 19 doctorate courses in the varying fields of investigative research ongoing at the University. More than half of the degree courses we offer can be taken either fully in English, or with option in English or with a bilingual option. All the degree courses have been adapted to the European Higher Education Area requisites. UC3M is ranked 34th in the QS Top 50 Under 50, a ranking of the world’s top 50 universities established within the last 50 years.
More information can be found at http://www.uc3m.es
The Order of Nurses, Midwives, and Medical Assistants in Romania Iasi Branch (OAMGMAMR Iasi) is one of the 41 branches of the Regulatory body for nurses, midwives, and medical assistants in Romania. The origin of the organization goes back to 1994 when the first representative body for nurses was created for the first time in Romania.
OAMGMAMR Iasi Branch has been certified by TUV Austria Cert for compliance with quality management procedures in accordance with international quality standard ISO9001: 2019 for a period of 4 years.
At the national level, the organization has more than 12,000 members – nurses, midwives, and medical assistants, among which more than 9500 active members practice in Iasi county.
The activity of the organization – The Order of Nurses, Midwives and Medical Assistants in Romania (OAMGMAMR) – consists of the control and supervision of nurse and midwife professional practice. OAMGMAMR in Romania is also the only professional organization that regulates the continuous professional education of nurses of all specialties and midwives.
Consequently, OAMGMAMR Iasi Branch organizes continuous professional education training courses, seminars, workshops, conferences, summer schools, workshops, and exhibitions of posters.
The organization collaborates with a team of over 30 trainers from different professions (nurses, medical doctors, midwives, psychologists, sociologists, kinetotherapists, etc) and nursing specialties covering the yearly need for training of the active nurses and midwives in Iasi county. OAMGMAMR Iasi Branch has developed over 120 curricula and course support materials has organized CPD training courses with over 39 185 participants and has organized conferences, congresses, and symposia with a total of 8892 participants. The organization also provides health education campaigns and health education courses, workshops, seminars, and round tables on different viral topics for the general population or specific target groups in urban and rural areas.
More information can be found at https://oammr-iasi.ro
Ludor Engineering is a Romania based engineering company dedicated to providing comprehensive services in mechanical engineering and design, product development, prototyping and EU project partnering services. It has wide expertise in implementation of digital technologies in Education, including 3D printing, Industry 4.0, drones, microcontrollers, robotics etc.
As a result of their scientific activity and/or direct experience with European projects, our staff members have expertise in many fields, including Digitalization, e-Learning, Industry 4.0, 3D Printing, 3D Modelling, Drone Technology, STEM teaching, Product development, Technological Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Technical Training, etc. Ludor Engineering has direct experience of participating in EU projects including Erasmus+, as both coordinator and partner.
Apart our own technical and project management know-how, we can rely on a large cooperation network, both national and international levels, including universities, schools, private companies and non-governmental organisations.
More information can be found at www.ludoreng.com
SESCAM: The Hospital Universitario de Guadalajara is a public institution included in the healthcare network of the Health Service of Castilla La Mancha (SESCAM) and the Gerencia de Atención Integrada de Guadalajara (GAIGU). Our mission is to respond to the specialized health needs of the citizens of the Health Area of reference, once the resources of Primary Care have been exceeded and in close collaboration with it resources of Primary Care and in close collaboration with it.
On January 25, 1982, the Hospital Universitario de Guadalajara opened its doors to nearly 2,000 workers who are still working today and who have evolved as the center has evolved. Over the years, not only has the number of employees quadrupled, but also the portfolio of services and the infrastructure itself have evolved and grown over time. SESCAM has a huge expertise in providing healthcare and in managing healthcare personnel, including mental health specialists such as psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and psychologists. It will provide project partnership with crucial input related to the target groups’ needs, practical application of the Project Results in clinical settings as well as a tight connection to medical universities.
More information can be found at http://hugu.sescam.jccm.es
Headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia, EFCC Estonian Fieldbus Competency Centre Oy was established in 2015. The company is specialized in helping schools, universities and private companies to reap the benefits of innovation through activities like training courses, conferences, publications, and consultancy.
EFCC encourages people to co-operate, share ideas, create international networks and exchange experiences. In particular, EFCC has developed a specific know-how in the area of the 4th Industrial Revolution (the so-called Industry 4 0). In fact, we believe that the underlying concepts of Industry 4.0 can be very useful also in everyday life and that to master these concepts is the key to a better future.
The target group of EFCC is wide: from individuals that want to follow courses on specific arguments, to schools of every level, to universities, to public or private companies. For each situation EFCC has developed a specific effective approach to learning, either on-place or remote.
Some of the projects in which EFCC has been or is involved:
“Follow Industry 4.0” (Erasmus 2017-1TR01-KA202-046292)
“MAP- Mapping Digital Methods Applied in Adult Education in Partnership” (Erasmus 2021-1-HU01-KA220-ADU-000033642)
“Digital Farmer” (Erasmus 2021-1-IT01-KA220-VET-000033225)
“Gamification, Digitalization and Practical Tools for Developing Circular Economy Skills” (Erasmus 2022- 1-E01-KA220-YOU-000090946)
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