INOWASIA 1st FACE to FACE Meeting in Spain1st Face-to-Face Meeting after 16 project months took place today 2nd of May!Today it started the 4th consortium meeting and the first one to be face-to-face.Partners from Asia and Europe were welcomed by the hosting organisation Fundació Solidaritat Universitat de Barcelona (FSUB) and Universitat de Girona (UdG).After the …

INOWASIA Stakeholders Meeting | Tuesday 3rd MayINOWASIA: Identification of opportunities on water resourcesformation and innovation in Southeast AsiaNetworking event – 3rd May 2022The projectINOWASIA is an Erasmus + Capacity Building Higher Education project that promotes a joint action of 11 organisations across 5 countries (Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, France and Spain) to train a new generation …

INOWASIA at the 9th Water World ForumNature-Based Solutions in the centre of the World Water Forum 9 at Dakar, 21-25 March 2022 The 9th World Water Forum at Dakar, 21-25 March 2022, has highlighted the absolute need of water security for Human Beings, Living Beings and the Planet in a whole. Dramatic water use increases, demographic …

INOWASIA Project presented during the neOCampus Day

INOWASIA Project presented during the NeOCampus DayINOWASIA was presented during the neOCampus day on March 18, 2022 at Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier. Agenda of the day. This day was the opportunity to discover all the projects and student’s topics undertaken in the framework of the scientific group neOCampus. This group promotes interdisciplinary research for …

INOWASIA Project presented at the 14th International Congress (GRUTTEE)

INOWASIA Project presented at the 14th International Congress (GRUTTEE)A presentation of the INOWASIA project was given by Magali Gerino on March 4, 2022 at the GRUTTEE congress (University Research Group on Water Treatment and Purification Techniques / Groupement de Recherche Universitaire sur les Techniques de Traitement et d’Epuration des Eaux).This congress was help from March …

FINAL SESSION FOR PROFESSORS- PROBLEM BASED LEARNING TRAINING COURSE

The 11th March 2022 the final session of Problem Based Learning was held for the teachers from INOW Southeast Asian universities (Institute of Technology of Cambodia, University of Battambang of Cambodia, National University from Laos, Souphanouvong University from Laos, Hanoi University of Science – Vietnam National University, and Can Tho University from Vietnam). A total …

Water Oriented Living Lab (WoLL) Equipment arrived and ready for use at NUOL

National University of Laos (NUoL) is a member of INOWASIA project for co-establishing the development of innovative multilevel formation programs for the new water leading professionals in South East Asia co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. In this project, NUoL proposed to establish a water oriented living laboratory (WoLL) at the Center …

Scholarships for 2022 to Environmental Engineering and Management Program

One of our INOWASIA partners the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is calling for applicants for master’s and doctoral programs for August 2022 intake with a full scholarship.  To ensure sufficient time for visa processing, we recommend that applications reach AIT by 28 February 2022.  To complete their online application: https://www.ait.ac.th/admissions/application-form/. Environmental Engineering and Management Program …

PBL Training: WE START THE TRAINING OF TEACHERS

We will start intensive formation about problem-based learning for the teachers from our Southeast Asian universities. With specific courses for Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, INOWASIA will train 60 teachers from diverse disciplines. Our objective is to convince the teachers that achieving personal skills is so important as knowledge acquisition during the formation on water resources. …

APC members description : Ramboll

Introducing blue-green infrastructure The project impact hence intends to be promoting sustainable, inclusive, and more balanced tourism development, increasing the competitiveness in the GMS region, and Ramboll is addressing the need for climate resiliency by introducing blue-green infrastructure concepts. The project has three overall focus points: Strengthen institutional effectiveness through improving staff capacity in critical …