SUSTAIN-CE addresses circular economy concepts and principles within the construction sector, aiming at integrating principles of sustainable development and circular economy (SD/CE) in civil engineering curricula, which should consider all steps from raw material to the life-cycle of the end-product in the construction sector.
The SUSTAIN-CE project addresses the application of concepts and principles of the circular economy to the construction sector.
PAC – Portugal Autocluster for the Future (PAC) Project is a mobilizing project closely aligned with “Mobinov Cluster – Portuguese Automotive Cluster’s action plan. Through a set of 6 PPS, it aims to develop, test, and demonstrate a new generation of technologies, processes, and products.
The project DATEMATS aims at creating a transnational network among Higher Education Institutions, Research Centres and Companies in order to develop and implement interdisciplinary new methods for both design and engineering students in the field of emerging materials and technologies, and to boost also knowledge and (Emerging Material) technology transfers from academia and research centres to companies and vice versa.
The Level Up project aims at developing the digital skills of adults with low-skilled occupations in order to adapt them to the digital age. These skills are in core in all working environments and required to operate many tools used in technical and industrial occupations.
Learning Path project creates a systematic approach to developing digital capacity, skills and competences on three levels: organizational development of digital capacity (organizations learning path); personal/professional development of digital skills and competences (trainers learning path); cooperation development with companies.
Innovation fostered by this project lies in the development of competences in education leaders and teaching/training staff – including aspiring new trainers/teachers and those who have been in the profession for a long time – for a change of mindset that requires a way of teaching in which active learning, experiential learning and project work have a main role.
The project’s mission is to promote a proactive, industry-driven adjustment to meet future skills demand across the SPIRE sectors, developing new skills to unfold the potential of digital transformation within SPIRE companies and beyond.
Acronym: SAM Project Title: European Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacturing Project Project Code: 601217-EPP-1-2018-1-BE-EPPKA2-SSA-B Total Cost: 3.971.076,00 € Funding: 3.971.076,00 € GOALS As Europe seeks to retain its leading position in industrial competitiveness, there is an urgent need to establish a platform for Additive Manufacturing (AM) skills at European, National and Regional levels. AM processes…