ERASMUS-Partnerschaft

Im Rahmen des ERASMUS-Programms bietet das SIMAT die Möglichkeit, ein Semester an der „Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki“ (A.T.E.I.Th.) zu studieren. Kooperationspartner an der dortigen Hochschule ist das Fachgebiet „Information Logistics“. Die dort angebotenen Kurse und Projekte sind im Bereich Informationsmanagement sowie als Projektkurse anrechenbar. Für eine diesbezügliche inhaltliche Planung setzen Sie sich bitte mit Prof. Dr. Michael Klotz in Verbindung. 

Für Fragen zu Finanzierung, Ablauf, Beantragung etc. steht das Akademische Auslandsamt der FH Stralsund zur Verfügung. Erste Informationen finden Sie hier.

ERASMUS-Koordinatorin der FH ist Frau Antje Pedde.

Am 11. Mai 2009 besuchte Prof. Dr. Michael Klotz die „Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki“. Die TEI of Thessaloniki ist eine der größten Fachhochschulen Griechenlands mit 21 Fachbereichen und über 20.000 Studierenden. Kooperationsgespräche – auch über die Erasmus-Partnerschaft hinaus – wurden mit dem Präsidenten der Hochschule, Prof. Dr. Pavlos Karakoltsidis, und dem Dekan des Department of Logistics, Prof. Dr. Dimitrios Triantafyllou, geführt. Prof. Klotz präsentierte die Arbeit des SIMAT und Möglichkeiten der Zusammenarbeit. In der anschließenden Diskussion zeigten die Studierenden des Fachbereichs großes Interesse an einem Studium in Stralsund. Auch an einer Mitarbeit im EU-Projekt „BalticMuseums 2.0“ waren die griechischen Studentinnen und Studenten interessiert.

 

Links im Bild: Im Gespräch mit dem Präsidenten der Hochschule, Prof. Dr. Pavlos Karakoltsidis (links), und dem Prof. Dr. Evaggelos Karavaggelis, Academic Coordinator des Erasmus-Programms (rechts).

Erasmus-Student supports project

At Stralsund University of Applied Sciences, a new student will contribute to our project during his practical training. Let him introduce himself:“My name is Konstantinos Konstantinidis. I am from Greece. In my home university I am studying logistics. I am here in Stralsund, Germany, to do my practical training. Because logistics is not a pure science but it’s a combination of different sciences and technologies I will try to integrate some of the logistic technologies like RFID into new areas. And I am going to apply this in the BalticMuseums 2.0 project. Also, I will write my final project counted on the results of BalticMuseums 2.0. I am interested in technology, computer science and physics. Also, I like to try new technologies in action. I like cultural differences between people and the multiculturalism that exists and gives us a motivation to create projects just like BalticMuseums 2.0.”

Erasmus-Student auf X. International Fair

At 25th of November the X. International University Fair took place at the Fachhochschule-Stralsund. We all gathered there to present our universities to the local students. There were 26 countries and 71 universities, all with the same purpose. Many people were interested in studying abroad either as Erasmus students or to continue their studies. For the first time, the Technological Institute of Thessaloniki, was there with his representative, Konstantinos Konstantinidis. He was giving information about studying and living in. It was a very interesting and successful event because even Erasmus students were interested about other universities.

Erasmus-Student presents his results

On the 3th of December, Prof. Klotz welcomed Prof. Kelemis and Prof. Karavaggelis from Greece at the Stralsund University of Applied Sciences, Germany. Together they reviewed the progress of the final thesis of Erasmus student Kostas Konstantinidis, which he is writing in Stralsund. The student from Greece gave a presentation showing the latest results of his work about RFID technology. The main outcomes of his project are the categorization of the RFID needs within the BalticMuseums 2.0 project and observations on the use of the RFID technology based on two members of the project. These results were discussed extensively.

 

Download Presentation Prof. Dr.-Ing. Athanassios Kelemis, Prof. Evangellos Karavangellis

Greek student finished his thesis in Stralsund

Kostas Konstantinidis, exchange student from Greece, successfully finalised his thesis at the Stralsund University of Applied Sciences. The 21-year-old student examined the opportunities of RFID technology within multi-media visitor guidance systems for museums. As a student of Logistics and Supply Chain Management Kostas supported the project team of BalticMuseum 2.0 with his profound knowledge of RFID technology. He reinvorced the great potential for this technology for future-oriented information systems in museums, especially for offering multi-lingual information. While working with this EU project, Kostas discovered an option for his personal future in the South Baltic region, as well. He plans to continue his studies in Gdansk, Poland. The whole team thanks Kostas for his support and wishes all the best for his future!