Calling all aspiring diplomats and tech enthusiasts!
How can the next generation of scientists and engineers to address geopolitical challenges?
There is an increasing demand for experts in a particular technology domain, who are also able to understand and manage the challenges of science and new technologies while reflecting and reviewing their impact on European values. Vice versa, engineers and scientists need to be aware of how developments could reshape the delicate balance of international relationships.
Join us for a transformative learning journey in the “Introduction to Science and Tech Diplomacy: The New Geopolitics of Technology” course. Discover the fascinating intersection of science, technology, and international relations, exploring the evolving landscape of global politics.
Unleash your potential and gain valuable insights into the key drivers shaping our digital future. Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your horizons and become a tech-savvy diplomat! Enroll now!
How to apply?
You need to send a cover letter, short CV with contact information, an extended abstract (500 words), which directly addresses the subject of the course and your particular field of interest.
Master students, PhDs and PostDocs from every field of research are invited to participate.
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Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to adress any possible doubts.
Do you need funding?
Your participation will be partially funded by:
– EELISA European University
– Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)
– Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
EELISA’s FAU team can cover expenses for 5 non-FAU can cover the travel and accommodation costs of 5 EELISA students who are not from FAU.
*This event is co-organized by the EELISA Community: tech-diplomacy and international cooperation. Learn more about them through the Community Platform and their social media!
EXTENDED: 06 of September, 2023
From the 09th of October of 2023 to the 15th of January of 2024
On-site, from the 09th to the 11th of October of2023 at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, GERMANY
From the 16th of October to the 18th of December of 2023 (10 lectures, one every Monday)
From the 08th of January to the 15th of January of 2024, presentation days
Up to 30 early career scholars (PhD candidates or Postdocs) from every field of research.