Kaunas University of Technology organized an exhibition created by Beata Kurkul, a Lithuanian citizen who has been living and working in Kiev, Ukraine since 2008. The exhibition took place at the KTU University Campus Libary on November 20th as a… Read More »Opening of Beata Kurkul‘s exhibition “Fighting Ukraine“
Public lecture „Information war: Industry 4.0 enabled technologies to ensure freedom, security and justice” took place on November 15th 2023. The aim of this event was to educate the community on innovative technologies implemented to ensure the resilience of society… Read More »Public lecture was held at the KTU University Campus Library
On 03 November 2023, a roundtable discussion on “The Vector of Values as the Main Area ofInfluence in Engaging Citizens in Humanitarian Aid in Crisis Situations” was held in the library ofLviv Polytechnic National University as part of the Baltics4UA… Read More »On 03.11.2023 roundtable Lviv community found six key values to be effective on crises
The public lecture, “Ukraine Indomitable: How Ukrainians Keep Standing During the War?” will take place on November 15th, organized by Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies, provided a profound exploration into Ukrainian societal resilience. Oleksii Kolesnikov, a Research Fellow in… Read More »15.11.2023: public lecture “Ukraine Indomitable: How Ukrainians Keep Standing During the War?”
On November 16 at 10:05 a.m., Lviv Polytechnic National University will hold abrainstorming session on the topic “The role of the academic community inengaging citizens in humanitarian aid”.The event is aimed at identifying opportunities and ways to engage citizens inhumanitarian… Read More »Brainstorming session at Lviv Polytechnic National University
The #Baltics4UA project at #DigiEduHack23! Our Greek partner, Web2Learn, hosts a Challenge for university students who will work with #space #data for #Ukrainian #cultural #heritage! Team leaders, Kateryna Boichenko and Stefania Oikonomou (Web2Learn), ask their questions on digital education to the… Read More »Registration to Challenge is still open until 6/11/2023
On October 28th, 2023, the University of Tartu organized the walking tour “Ukraine Treasure Hunt.” The event brought together 25 participants from various backgrounds, including students and teachers from Ukraine, Estonia, Egypt, Georgia, and Kazakhstan. This event offered a unique experience… Read More »Walking tour “Ukraine Treasure Hunt”
Title: Young Professionals Using Space Data to Protect Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Team name: Space4UA Description: This challenge aims to protect Ukrainian cultural heritage by engaging university staff and students from Baltic universities in the process. By using space data, an… Read More »Call to join the hackathon’s international Space4UA team
Two hackathon Challenges for Baltic university students working with space data on Ukrainian cultural heritage protection!
Web2Learn is proud to announce that we set up two teams of #university students and staff of #Baltic universities to compete in two #hackathon competitions: a) the #NASA Space Apps Challenge 2023- Dnipro event, and b) #DigiEduHack 2023. At the… Read More »Two hackathon Challenges for Baltic university students working with space data on Ukrainian cultural heritage protection!
LIFE is a university-wide project-based course, which is compulsory for all Bachelor and Master level students. LIFE is a study course where students from different study areas collaborate with academics to carry out projects focusing on interdisciplinary problems of their… Read More »Tallinn University opens a LIFE Course to support Ukrainians