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International Alliance for Digital E‑learning, E‑mobility and E‑research in Academia (ide3a)

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The International Alliance for Digital E-learning, E-mobility and E-research in Academia (ide3a) is a collaborative project in the higher education sector involving a multidisciplinary and international consortium. This network of European universities is a living lab for developing new tools for the digitalisation of teaching and learning in the internationalisation process, with a particular focus on interdisciplinary research-based learning and short-term mobility in international blended learning formats. The project is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). We conduct teaching and research on the digitalization of critical infrastructures like water networks, energy grids, sensor networks, and other interconnected urban systems. In the project we are offering interdisciplinary courses by developing new e-learning methods and usable simulation tools. Our aim is to support the mobility of students across Europe. 

Partner Universities

The project network includes five major European partners, with the TU Berlin at the centre of these efforts:

  • Cracow University of Technology [2] (Poland)
  • Dublin City University [3] (Ireland)
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology [4] (Norway)
  • Politecnico di Milano [5] (Italy)
  • Technische Universität Berlin [6] (Germany)

Further project information

  • Funding: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
  • Website [7]
  • DAAD press release [8]
  • Kick-off announcement [9]

Contact

Philipp Wiesner
+49 30 314-26260
Room TEL 1218
e-mail query [10]

Contact

Lauritz Thamsen
+49 30 314-24539
TEL
Room 1210
e-mail query [11]
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