Three guest lecturers Olga Anne, Rasa Viederyte and Tatjana Paulauskiene from Klaipeda University (Lithuania), who are currently working in the strategic specialization field – “Natural Sciences” at Liepaja University (LiepU), on this Monday were presenting to LiepU programme’s director Lilita Ābele their fully developed study courses in Master’s study programme “Ecotechnologies”. Olga Anne has developed the study course – “Economic Activities’ Environmental Impact Assessment” (3 ECTS), Rasa Viederyte – “Industrial symbiosis and Clustering” (3 ECTS), but Tatjana Paulauskiene has developed the study course – “Environmental Technology” (3 ECTS).
Olga Anne is currently already giving lectures to students of LiepU Master study programme “Ecotechnologies”, while other two guest lecturers will be giving their lectures in newly developed study courses in spring semester of the study year 2020.
The guest lecturers have been also doing the scientific research work in strategic specialiazation area – “Natural Sciences”, they succefully have presented their joint report made together with Lilita Ābele about “Industrial symbiosis efficiency parameters in context of regional sustainable development” on the XVI International Youth Scientific and Environmental Forum of Baltic region countries “Ecobaltica” in Gdansk, Poland in October 7-9th.
Lilita Ābele explains “that authorities of the event expresses the wish to organize the forum “Ecobaltica” next year in Liepaja University. It would be a good opportunity and experience for LiepU students and lecturers of the study direction “Environmental protection” to participate in such an event.”
Now guest lecturers continue to work also on a joint article on “Industrial symbiosis and Circular economy”.
The guest lecturers’ activities are supported by the ESF funding project “Perfection of the Academic Staff of Liepaja University in the Areas of Strategic Specialization – Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Information Technologies, Art, Social Sciences, Commerce and Law” (No 126.96.36.199/18/A/021).
Wishing good luck to our guest lecturers in work with students and research activities!