|Title:||Master Thesis - Global mobility optimization framework|
Global mobility within academia is a key issue in today’s knowledge exchange. The EURECA project, funded by the European commission, aims to establish a Eurasian academic mobility Network, for achieving excellence in research and education in a global context, by identifying key themes for cooperation, leveraging on the complementary competencies and providing synergies essential for the progress and mutual benefit of the targeted Asian countries as well as the European Union. The consortium comprises of 16 prominent educational institutions ( 9 from Europe and 7 from Asia) and is coordinated by Mälardalen University, Sweden.
The goal of this thesis is to build a framework to enable optimal mobility management within European projects. It will provide a web based platform which will:
a) allow host universities to publish their requirements/capabilities for exchange
b) ensure application submissions in a consistent format
c) enable the coordinator to make the optimal mobility distribution,
1. investigating appropriate technologies, and
2. considering the process transparency as well as the security related issues within the process.
|Prel. end date:||2009-06-15|
|Student:||Anelyia Mihailova email@example.com|