Name of the Sending university: ISMA, Riga, Latvia
The Receiving Institution: TEI of Crete – University of Applied Sciences, G KRITIS04 Chania, Romanou 3 Chalepa, Chania PC 73133, Greece
The course name: "International Week 2018 - T.E.I. of Crete - University of Applied Sciences: Live today, Dream and Plan for the Future"
Period of the teaching activity: 20/05/2018 - 27/05/2018
This trip funded by the Erasmus program was unusual and unlike any other.
More than 30 professors teaching in the field of ICT from approximately 20 European countries gathered together during one week to give lectures to the masters of the Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Crete - University of Applied Sciences. The main theme of the week was: Live today, Dream and Plan for the Future."
Here are some topics and areas of the research covered in the lectures:
- Embedded Ultrasound Doppler Monitor to Detect Cerebral Vascular Accidents
- Asynchronous Design Implementation in XILINX Reconfigurable Environment
- Application of IoT technology in ERP Systems
- Embedded MultiChannel and MultiGate Ultrasound Doppler Monitor to Detect Suffering Fetuses
- Sensor based method for water monitoring in smallholder irrigated agriculture
- Topics in Information & Communication Technologies
- "From Idea to product" with Altium Designer en Microchip MPLAB development
- Topics in Robotics, Automation, Embedded Systems & Energy
- Sensors for mobile robots
There were 3-4 lectures at the same time and students could choose the lectures that are of the greatest interest to them.
I consider this form of conducting classes under the Erasmus program to be the most effective both for the students and for the teachers themselves, since the latter have a fantastic chance not only to share knowledge, but also to enrich it in the process of communicating with numerous foreign colleagues, including those attending their lectures.
There are long-standing ties between ISMA and TEI of Crete - University of Applied Sciences and after this trip these ties will only strengthen.
For me, it was the best MOBILITY FOR TEACHING in my career.