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GERMAN-UKRAINIAN DIGITAL INNOVATION NETWORK

SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR THE INTERNATIONALIZATION OF UKRAINIAN UNIVERSITIES BY DAAD

LET’S CREATE A DIGITAL FUTURE TOGETHER!

 

ABOUT DIGIN.NET

The process of developing ideas in a remote environment of cooperation between Ukraine and Germany consists of discussing your ideas and concepts with the developers then with business partners in digital innovation space to continue their successful implementation with financial support

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BECOME A MEMBER OF THE PROJECT

 Do you have an idea in the area of digital innovations?

1.     Join Us

2.     Take part in our contest of innovative ideas

3.     Get funding to develop your idea

 

 

CONTEST OF INNOVATIVE IDEAS

The online contest  gives you the opportunity to present your innovative idea to the jury. Present your idea description and get the chance to put your expertise into practice. From the acceptance of your project will get a research and study trip to Germany. That worth up to one international university semester in Germany

PROJECT STAGES

Сoordination Projects Control

Сoordinator of the concept and future project development is engaged in planning, organizing and implementing all the leading activities of the project

Start of the Project

For plan student contests and seminars, a general meeting is planned in Odessa between ONAT, ONPU, KPI, and HSA in 2020. The purpose of the meeting is also to establish contacts for future collaboration

German-Ukrainian Center for Digital Innovation (DUDIZ)

Newly created German-Ukrainian Center for Digital Innovation (DUDIZ) is based on the ZOOM Remote Collaboration Service infrastructure, which is a leading provider of distributed digital technologies

Remote-Collaboration-Phase

Students and doctoral students with expecting and thematically appropriate ideas are selected, a mentor is identified on the collaboration between Ukrainian and German universities and is involved in the mentoring process in remote mode

Workshop "Digital Future" at the HSA

Individuals (students and doctoral students) with e and thematically suitable ideas are selected, one mentor each on the Ukrainian and on the German side identified and involved in the mentoring process in remote mode

Scholarship Program"Digital Future"

The status of the further development of the innovation ideas has been evaluated. Some of the ideas will not be pursued. Those teams whose ideas are to be developed in Germany are eligible to study in Germany

Opportunity to Study in the Anhalt University

Opportunity to study at HSA for study and research purposes led to project concepts, the Opportunities of development and - Enable the exploitation of innovations beyond the project outlined here

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COOPERATION

PROJECT MANAGERS

Eduard Siemens

Professor, Doctor of Science,Future Internert-Lab Anhalt (FILA) creator

Anhalt University of Applied Sciences Köthen, Germany

Kaptur Vadym

Ph.D., Senior Researcher  Vice-rector on Scientific work Vice-Chairman ITU-D Study Group 1

O. S. Popov Odesa National Academy of Telecommunications

Odesa, Ukraine

Semenyuk Volodymyr

Professor, Doctor of Science
Ukrainian German Institute
Odessa National Polytechnic University

 

Odesa, Ukraine

Globa Larysa

Professor, Doctor of Science, Head of the Department of Information and Telecommunication Networks

National Technical University of Ukraine
“Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”
Kyiv, Ukraine

PROJECT COORDINATORS

Vasylenko Oksana

Associate Professor, Ph.D. in Pedagogy

Anhalt University of Applied Sciences

Köthen, Germany

Hrishyna Olena

Engineer

O. S. Popov Odesa National Academy of  Telecomunications

Odesa, Ukraine

Vudvud Oleksandr

Ph.D. in Science

Odessa National Polytechnic University

Odesa, Ukraine

Popova Maryna

Ph.D. in Sciences

National Technical University of Ukraine 
“Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”

Kyiv, Ukraine

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Worked on the creation of the website

Zakhar Savchuk
4th-year student, National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” (KPI)

Porolo Yevhenii 
4th-year student, National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” (KPI)

Mykulska Anastasiia
5th-year student, O. S. Popov Odesa National Academy of Telecommunications (ONAT) and 4th-year student, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences (HSA)