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Siberian Federal University
- ICT 2011.8.1 Technology-Enhanced Learning (IP, NoE, CSA), SSH.2012.1.1-1 Education systems in the 21st century
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Siberian Federal University
Siberian Federal University, 82 A Svjbodny Prospect Office 224-1, Krasnoyarsk, 660041, The Russian Federation
Center for Grant-oriented Activity, R&D Dept.
Dr. Natalie Edwards, Head of Center for Grant-oriented Activity, PhD in Adults' Education; SibFU LEAR in FP7
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
Socio-economic sciences and humanities (SSH)
ICT 2011.8.1 Technology-Enhanced Learning (IP, NoE, CSA), SSH.2012.1.1-1 Education systems in the 21st century
Short description of the organization (max 12 lines):
Siberian Federal University (2006) incorporates 19 Institutes, 41 thous students and over 3 thous of the staff basically Doctorate degree-holders. The university board of trustees is represented by major businesses, politics and R&D sphere. The Board Chair is D. Medvedev, the RF President. Major R&D areas: environment, energy, novel materials and technologies, ICT, metallurgy, architecture and construction, soci-economic and humanitarian sciences, engineering. Center for Grant-oriented Activity: experience in projects within INTAS, TEMPUS, ERASMUS/MUNDUS and FP6/7. Registered in EC PADOR (RU-2010-CCI-1805781075) and ECAS (PIC 983712406). R&D achievements: developed and is being implemented an educational model for researchers' training for international research project activities (focused on FP7) - dissertation investigation and paper (2010): university-based target group information and methodical continuous support in their potential participation in national and international projects; pre-project training through a specific professional development course available for the staff.
Research partnership networking (at least 30 researchers from Siberian R&D centers and universities) driven by a newly developed partner's profile, researchers' training for international R&D project activities through a tree-component educational model (incl. a) short-term navigation course oriented at ERA/FP7, b) continuous information and methodical support and c) assistance in integration into ERA); establishment of at least 10 long-term R&D partnerships oriented at joint FP7 project proposals and at least 5 sustainable consortia in thematic areas of FP7, 3 scientific papers submitted to internationally recognized R&D journals by the end of year 2 of the project activity as sustainable development actions leading to active partnerships and long-term contacts and joint projects. The network is to be annually updated and enhanced by newcomers involved in project activities. A target Web-portal will be developed and available on the base of SibFU web-site (http://www.sfu-kras.ru/en/research) in accordance with CORDIS announcements will incorporate the sections:
a) partner search facility;
b) European R&D findings and project outcomes in thematic priorities;
c) open Calls and tenders of FP7 open for Russian participants;
d) project results dissemination, on-coming events.
networking researchers' training for ERA and FP7 information and methodical support FP7 project proposal development Russian researchers' integration in ERA
Publications on the topic (other references)
Development of the Researcher's Competency for International Research Project Activity : Monographic Book, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, 2011. - 239 p.;
The Russian Researcher’s Motivation for International Project-related Activity // Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences V.3 – 2010.P. 388-396.
Progress of the Krasnoyarsk-based Regional Network in the Project SITE, International Conference IST-2006 “Strategies for Leadership”, Special Session: “View of Russia in IST”, Helsinki (Finland), 2006.
International Project-based Educational Functions Developing Scientific, Infrastructural and Professional Competences of the Researchers Involved, Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences V. 2 – 2009. P. 259-266.
Involvement of Researchers into International Project Activity in the Framework Programs by European Commission, All-Russian Workshop “Innovations in Contemporary World: Problems and Pуrspectives”. Volgograd, 2009.
Information and Methodical Support for Researchers as Contribution into Their Readiness for International Project Activity, Inter-Regional Workshop “Contemporary Universities: Missions Diversity and Competitiveness”, Omsk, 2008. P. 178 – 184.
About the Researcher’s Readiness for International Research Cooperation, Higher Education in Russia, Moscow, 2009. – No. 4, P. 111–115
Problem of the Researchers’ Preparation for Integration into the World Research Environment under the Conditions Influencing Their Professional // Siberian Pedagogical Journal. – 2009. – No. 9.– P. 377-383
Search for Identification Criteria in the Contents and Excellence of Higher Professional Education in Russia and Abroad, Monographic Book, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, 2007. – 556 p.
Krasnoyarsk-based Regional Center for RTD Collaboration with Europe: Technical University Expertise within Innovative Management of FP6 Projects, The First International Forum “From Science to Business”, Saint-Petersburg, 2007, pp. 141-144.
Description of previous and present experience in International Cooperation
SITE (Siberia, Information Technologies and Europe) No. 004123 (2004 – 2006) – multi-level regional network of 11 European offices and 51 R&D teams oriented at Russian-European RTD partnership in FP6 (4 project proposals, 30 RU-EU partnerships), recognized as the most advanced network of 7 regional ones by the session of Helsinki-based board at IST-2006.
RUSERA.Exe (Russia and European Research Area, Executive) No. INCO 043701 (2007-2008) network of informal education and training oriented at integration to FP6/FP7 (597 researchers), 24 events, model of continuous information and methodical support, 20 long-term RU-EU partnerships.
3 projects by the RF Federal Target Programme “Development of R&D Higher Education Institutions' Capacity"
Previous participation in EU’s Framework Programme projects
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