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It is with great pleasure to announce that the University of Cologne- India Branch office has shifted to new office premises at the German Centre, 2 Nyaya Marg, Chankyapuri, New Delhi- 110021, w.e.f. 1st January 2016. UoC India office now shares its office with the other DWIH consortium members.

GIAN ( Global Initiative of Academic Networks ) is a Government of India program for guest lectures by internationally and nationally renowned experts to encourage their engagement with the institute of Higher education in India. GIAN aims to connect scientists, academicians and students.

For detailed information - http://www.gian.iitkgp.ac.in

VAJRA ( Visting Advanced Joint Research ) is a Government of India faculty scheme dedicated exclusively for overseas scientists and academicians ( including Non-resdient Indians , and Persons of Indian Origin/ Overseas Citizen of India ) to work as adjunct/visiting faculty for a specific period of time in Indian public funded academic and research institutions. The scheme recognises the value of collaborative research as crucial element for information sharing among researchers for updating and acquiring knowledge and skills, and also to draw different perspectives to solve a shared problem. Accomplished overseas scientists are welcome to take up challenging research problems in the Indian setting.

For detailed information visit - http://www.vajra-india.in/

Dr Amisha Jain from University of Cologne Regional Office New Delhi was invited as a speaker by Symbiosis International (Deemed University) in collaboration with the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) in an international conference on Internationalisation at Home (IaH): Strategies for building global, international and intercultural (GII) competencies from 5th to 7th April 2018, Symbiosis International University in Pune, India. Dr Jain talked about the internationalisation strategy followed in University of Cologne and the compiled catalogue of measures defining 16 concrete tasks as internationalization concept. Her deliberations and information was well received amongst the audience.

From the 1st to the 10th of June 2018, Cologne will be particularly colourful again, because the 10th Cologne India Week 2018 will again make the cathedral city the center of cultural and bilateral exchange between India and Germany. The event is jointly organised by Consulate General of the Republic of India from Frankfurt am Main, der Deutsch-Indischen Gesellschaft e.V. (DIG), Osborne Clarke, City of Cologne and University of Cologne.

 

For more Info:

Website: http://www.koelner-indienwoche.de/

Cultural Program: http://www.koelner-indienwoche.de/KulturellesProgramm.html

The Institute for South Asian and Southeast Asian Studies University of Cologne is organising Summer schools in the months of August and September.

The Summer school on the "History and Culture of Cambodia" is being organised from the 06.8.-26.8.2018. Numerous excursions will take place to illustrate the pre-Angkor and Angkor period of the History of Cambodia as well as ecological and economic aspects of the great lake Tonle Sap. Contents of the summer school are history, religions, society, ecological, political and economic aspects of pre-modern and modern Cambodia with a special focus on Angkor.

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Niklas, Head of the Institute of South Asian and South East Asian studies, Department of Indology and Tamil Studies at University of Cologne, is felicitated with a Grammar Award by the Government of Tamil Nadu and the Tamil Sangam Madurai Award on April 5th, 2018. This is certainly a proud moment for University of Cologne. Congratulations!

Reference - http://www.indologie.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/13658.html?&L=1

The "19th International Symposium on Eco-Materials Processing and Design Expo on Environment-friendly Surface Engineering Technologies" is an international summit on eco-friendly and sustainable materials technologies, it is a premium forum for researchers, engineers and entrepreneurs to discuss the most recent innovation, trends, challenges and solutions adopted for greener technological solutions. The main participating countries are Japan, Korea, China, USA, Germany, France, Italy, Sweden, Canada, Singapore, Iran and Turkey, where more 300 experts are expected to participate. This event will bring together participants from academics and industrial sector to share their vision on materials and engineering technologies enabling minimization of the carbon footprint and maximization of resource efficiency.

Summer and Winter Schools

RWTH International Academy Summer and Winter Schools offer a truly dynamic and engaging academic and cultural environment for their international visitors. Through its academic summer and winter course offers in the charming historic city of Aachen, top-ranked RWTH Aachen invites students to take part in state-of-the-art and hands-on approaches to technical learning at one of Europe’s leading science and research institutions. Our summer and winter courses provide a fantastic opportunity to experience what studying at RWTH Aachen is really like.

For more please click here: https://www.academy.rwth-aachen.de/en/education-formats/summer-schools

Objective

Power grids across the world are in a transition phase. The need to integrate renewables, spread of power electronics in all types of applications, climate change, communication technologies, use of electric vehicles, and drive to make the system robust with power available to all are major drivers. Power grids therefore are poised to become smarter in order to be able handle all these. This winter school will look at these various aspects of smart grids. With the range of topics that will be discussed including social impact, the Winter School is aimed to provide a truly holistic view about the future growth of power grids.

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