Centers of Innovations in ecosystems technosphere


 Interregional Network for Innovative Development of Ecosystems Technosphere Based on Micro- and Nanoobject Technologies

The goal of the project is to create a single comprehensive vertically integrated system of innovative development of ecosystems technosphere (studying – research – production – maintenance - utilization) while achieving synergetic effect by using the results of Tempus projects in the field of green technologies and innovations support: UNI4INNO (Innovations support), GREENCO (Green Computing), REGENLAW (Energy and Environmental Law) etc.

The goal of the project can be achieved with the objectives:

The first of wider project objectives is to establish the international network Centers of Innovations in ecosystems technosphere (CIDECS) in UA and BY (3 UA / 3 BY) and integration with IITN and IP Master structures. The functions of each center include administrative, financial and technical supporting of eco-innovative projects, training activities for wide target groups (research, education, production companies).

The second objective includes development of the international web platform CIDECS for collaboration between companies in development and commercialization of programs on eco-innovations. Also it includes integration of this platform with the networks of Tempus projects in the field of green technologies and innovation support (IITN, IP Master) in order to achieve synergetic effect on the development of a comprehensive integrated  system of inter-regional development of eco-innovations.

The third project objective is to create the base for training a new generation of engineering/research staff for eco-engineering. The objective of development the new integrated Master program in Micro- and Nanotechnology in ecosystems technosphere is to provide top-quality multidisciplinary education. This program will attend 6 basic modules (BM1 – BM6) and gain a total of 90 credits (which includes pre-diploma internship/practice period of 12 credits). In-service training program (4 modules) in the area of innovative micro/nanotech eco-engineering will be developed