CRETE project that will offer innovative, high quality training in all the new and interlinked emerging technologies the 4th Industrial Revolution brings and will demand an electronic engineer to know. The proposed modules in nanoelectronics, nanophotonics, artificial intelligence, robotics, data science, neural networks, machine learning, management, innovation & entrepreneurship will complete the existing conventional course curricula of the consortium universities.
An Erasmus+ KA2 project funded by the Greek National Agency, running from September 2018 to August 2020.
The project is not only focused on the teaching of engineering students in technical themes but empathises the teaching of academics of contemporary educational methods in order to provide high quality education which will result in competitive graduate students. So the program will offer training in problem solving learning strategies for engineers, online teaching & assessment methods, teaching oral & written presentation skills, performing open science research. The online form (online lectures) of all the proposed modules and theirs free access through the project’s educational platform, is believed will contribute towards the re-education of the adult learners all over the globe in modern technological & teaching skills (technical & soft skills) and in accordance to the modern market needs and future developments. To increase the impact of the project all modules will be developed in English, all planned Intensive courses will be live streamed in the Internet in order for more people to benefit from the CRETE project.
Coordinator: Associate Professor Konstantinos Petridis, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece.
- Instituto Politecnico do Porto, Portugal
- Thomas More University Mechelen-Antwerp, Belgium
- University of Warsaw, Poland
- Aalborg University, Denmark
- EVM, Spain
- Web2Learn, Greece
Duration: September 2018-August 2020 (24 months)
Website: ready in November 2018