The Academic and Professional Committee of INOWASIA has been officially constituted.
INOWASIA, an Erasmus+ project from the Capacity building in Higher Education action, aims to train a new generation of young Southeast Asian water professionals to face the current and future water challenges and lead the water sector market.
INOWASIA consortium is made up of 11 organisations across 5 countries (Spain, France, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia) and 14 associated partners, who will carry out a cross-disciplinary, bottom-up process leading to the development and implementation of formation material based on innovative teaching learning methodologies and water-oriented living labs.
An Academic and Professional Committee has been created and officially constituted today to enhance the integration of the project stakeholders, and to oversee the project activities from an academic and professional point of view, in order to obtain a multidisciplinary perspective.
Currently, INOWASIA counts on a strong consortium with more than 40 engaged entities perfectly balanced among companies, higher education institution, NGOs and governmental institutions, to promote high level formation and entrepreneur activities among international water resources stakeholders.
The INOWASIA internships started in mid-April 2023. Each Southeast Asian partner was able to send two students to another partner university. Each student will spend three or more months practicing on water-related issues. The Academic and Professional Committee (APC) members have been asked to participate to the subjects. For now, the students who started […]
New high level publication from the HUS team engaged in INOWASIA: a new photocatalytic method to clean dye waters
Congratulations to Dr Tran Dinh-Trinh and his team from the VNU Key Lab. of Advanced Materials for Green Growth (Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam) for their new publication in Science of Total Environment , an international multi-disciplinary natural science journal for publication of novel, hypothesis-driven and high-impact factor (10.75) : https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2023.164358 A novel tertiary magnetic […]
From April 1 to 7, the INOWASIA steering committee hold in Laos for its third biannual meeting. All the INOWASIA partners were there. The first part of the week was dedicated to NUOL activities : https://inowasia.com/the-inowasia-third-biannual-meeting-in-laos-the-first-part-within-nuol/ The second part of week (from 5th to 7th April) was organized by the SU’s team, as following. SU’s local […]