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collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 02 Arts and Humanities ‎(12)
spring/summer semester 2023University of ŁódźDepartment of Philology / Institute of English studiesBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Tuesdays 17.00 -18.30 (every Tuesday from February 21 to June 6), 14 x 90 minutes, Final grade: June 6
2/13/2023dr Justyna Fruzińska (justyna.fruzinska@uni.lodz.pl)

The lecture presents discussions of landmark achievements of American literature, focusing mostly on the 19th and 20th centuries. Students will get a broad overview of the development of American literature, and see its connection with major trends in visual arts, American culture in general as well as the socio-historical context.

The lecture will include works by writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Edgar Allan Poe, Herman Melville, Mark Twain, Henry James, Ernest Hemingway, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Learning outcomes:
On completing the course, the student:
1. knows selected facts, objects and phenomena concerning the subject and methodological aspects of the humanities, which he/she is able to develop and creatively apply in their professional activity (01A-2A_W01)
2. knows the complex interrelationships between linguistics and literary studies and disciplines necessary for broadening their knowledge (history, philosophy and others), as well as the main developmental tendencies of these scientific disciplines (01A-2A_W03)
3. selected facts, objects and phenomena constituting organized and theoretical knowledge of the history of English-language literature and culture (01A-2A_W08)
4. is able to perform text analysis using appropriate methods and information and communication tools, taking into account new developments in linguistics and literary studies (01A-2A_U03)
5. is ready to evaluate critically his/her knowledge and received content (01A-2A_K01)
6. understands the need to continuously improve his/her language skills (02A—2A_K06)

Literature:
Baym, Nina. The Norton anthology of American literature. Vol. 1&2, 5th ed. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1998.
Bradbury, Malcolm, Richard Ruland. From Puritanism to Postmodernism: A History of American Literature. New York: Penguin Books, 1992.
communicative level of English
Final test
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and Humanities (College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH))BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023INGE UYTTERHOEVEN

​Overview of the development of ancient Greece from the Bronze Age (ca. 3000 BC) to the Roman conquest (1st century BC), based on written sources and material evidence. Urbanistic processes, art and architecture as expressions of political, socio-economic and religious evolutions that defined ancient Greek society.  Concentrates on the Greek Mainland and other areas under Greek influence, including South Italy/Sicily and Anatolia, in their broader Mediterranean and Near Eastern context.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023University of OuluFaculty of HumanitiesBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Please refer to the course link:  https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/fi/opintojakso/683789P/20064
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET).
3/1/2023Tanja Riekkinen, Helena Ristaniemi

​This multidisciplinary course explores sustainable development and its different dimensions (economic, social, environmental) in the context of Arctic and the Nordic countries. The aim of the course is to familiarize the students with key issues of sustainable development in Arctic and Nordic regions and their historical background utilizing multidisciplinary approaches including environmental history, human geography, regional studies, youth studies and indigenous studies. The evaluation of the course is 0-5, through lectures, literature, a learning diary and a group assignment.

No previous studies or knowledge about the topic are required.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to identify and explain special issues concerning sustainable development in Arctic and Nordic contexts from different viewpoints. The student will be able to apply key concepts and critically evaluate the interrelated and contradictory dimensions of Arctic and Nordic sustainable development.

24 hrs of lectures, including a presentation of group assignments. Learning diary (40%), group assignment (40%), course activity (20%). To pass the course, it is required to pass all the assignments.
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spring/summer semester 2023Erasmus University RotterdamHistory/Erasmus School of History, Culture and CommunicationBA/BSc
From the second week of April to Mid June. The timetables will be published on 18 July. Please see the course guide for the timetable: https://eur.osiris-student.nl/#/onderwijscatalogus/extern/cursus?taal=en&cursuscode=CH2223&collegejaar=huidig
12/12/2022Prof R.D. Futselaar
Content
During the second half of the nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth century the way societies viewed themselves changed. With the rise of nationalism came a remarkably biological view of human groups, that was inspired by half-understood advances made in biology at roughly the same time. The desire to categorise people in a small number of races, and to delineate belonging to a nation or state in terms of heredity, led to tremendous changes. It contributed greatly to some of the most gruesome acts of violence and genocide the world has ever seen. But is also inspired innovations in food policy, maternal healthcare and the rise of the welfare state.
In this course, we will unpick the ways in which “biopower” (the term was invented by Michel Foucault) created much of the modern world, as well as many aspects of our current societies.


Assessment type(s)
Written assignment and examination
Extra information
Disclaimer: this information is subject to alteration. Always check the course manual for the up to date details.
7.51040
Learning goals
This course aims to introduce students to era(s) of high imperialsim and total war through the spectre of biologically-inspired ideology and policy. In each lectuire, we will discuss an aspect of biopower at work. As we do so, students will be trained in reading academic papers, improve their writing, and be forced to think about methodology a great deal.
spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoFaculty of TheologyBA/BSc
Monday and Wednesday 14:30 - 15:30
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Juan Luis de León
Una de las cuestiones más fascinantes que ha preocupado, interesado o interpelado al ser humano es el de la muerte, y el de
si hay algún tipo de supervivencia personal después de ella. La muerte es una realidad para todo ser vivo, pero únicamente el
ser humano es consciente de su propia muerte y se pregunta por ella. El arte, la cultura, las ciencias humanas y de la salud se
han hecho eco de esta cuestión desde variadas perspectivas.
La muerte es inevitable, generalmente no deseada y trunca las expectativas de los seres humanos. La pregunta sobre la
muerte tiene mucho que ver con la pregunta sobre el sentido de la vida. A lo largo de la historia, diferentes culturas y religiones
han intentado dar una respuesta al “misterio” de la muerte y a la pregunta de si hay algo o no después de ella.
En esta asignatura estudiaremos, desde el respeto cultural, algunas de las principales respuestas religiosas dadas a esta
cuestión. La reflexión seguirá siempre abierta, y esta asignatura ayudará a comprender el porqué de la importancia de este
tema.
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La evaluación final de la asignatura se realizará a través de dos componentes principales: la asistencia y participación activa
en las sesiones síncronas (2 horas semanales) y la evaluación continua a través de las diversas actividades que se
proponen en la fase de “Experimentación activa” de cada unidad.
La valoración de estos componentes será la siguiente:
• Asistencia y participación activa durante las sesiones síncronas: 20%.
Evaluación continua a través de las actividades de la fase de “Experimentación activa” de cada unidad: 80% (el
peso específico para las actividades de cada “Experimentación activa” es el mismo para todas las unidades: 13,3%

para el conjunto de actividades de cada unidad, siendo seis el total de unidades).



Las competencias genérica (20%) y específicas (40% y 40%) se trabajan y evalúan a través de las actividades que se
proponen en la fase de Experimentación Activa. Cada actividad está vinculada a determinadas competencias.
Las otras actividades menores que puedan requerirse a los estudiantes a lo largo de otras fases (como la conceptualización
y la observación reflexiva) y que no aparecen aquí (padlet, breve comentario del visionado de un vídeo corto...) no serán
objeto de calificación sino, según cada caso, de una sencilla retroalimentación por escrito o de un comentario general
durante las sesiones síncronas.
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spring/summer semester 2023University of OuluFaculty of HumanitiesBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/683792P/27288
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET). 

 
1/4/2023Samuel Vaneeckhout

​The course offers an introduction to Finnish culture and society from a holistic perspective. Its purpose is to cover some important aspects (Education, Nature, History, Social organization) of Finland through literature, discussion and lectures.

Contact teaching (24 h of lectures)
Lecture participation and written assignments
57 (please see the current quota left on the UniOulu registration page)30
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH)BA/BSc1/27/2023ALEXIS RAPPAS

​Historical methods and assumptions, concentrating on historiography from the seventeenth century to the present.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023IVANA JEVTIC

​Visual culture and built environment of Asia (China, Korea, Japan, India, Southeast Asia and Asian diaspora). Painting, sculpture, architecture, ritual objects, ceramics, textiles and other visual forms within the wider context of political, religious, social and economic developments of the region.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH)BA/BSc1/27/2023ALEXIS RAPPAS

​Examining the world history, politics and society between the 17th century and the early 21th century. Focusing on both chief themes such as nation-states, citizenship, hegemony, colonization, migration and liberalism and major events such as French Revolution, the spread of westernization, the rivalries of the Great Powers, World War I, the spread of Americanization, the rise of Communism, and the spread of globalization. Recourse to a variety of historical, sociological, philosophical sources, the writings of major thinkers to films, photos and cartoons.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023University of ŁódźFaculty of PhilologyMA/MSc
4 sessions with 6 hours + one session 4 hours on Wednsdays, 14:00-18:00:
Course dates: 1st, 15th, 29th of March and 12th and 26th April (exam meeting)
1/30/2023Jarosław Płuciennik (University of Lodz), Pirjo Suvilehto (University of Oulu)
"Tove Jansson visited Łódź in 1978 to accept a puppet project in the production of the Austrian-Polish film at the film studio Se-Ma-For. Polish children then presented her with the famous Order of the Smile. The Moomins should become the main character that the first books in this series were written with World War II in the background. The theme of catastrophe, crisis and -- overcoming it — is strongly present in the work of Tove Jansson.
The instructors (Pirjo Suvilehto and Jaroslaw Pluciennik) in the course have expertise in storytelling in bibliotherapy.  The course will be of interest to students of many areas: creative writing, film, media, and education, not only in the area of literature for children.Issues included in the course: 1. introduction: the course and how to get it done and other practices; 2. bibliotherapy approach; reading a story book, author, character; 3. Tove as an author and Moomins; 4. BT picture book / story homework; 5. remembering, memories; 6. non-humans, environmental issues, catastrophes; 7. other global issues: food, agriculture, multiculturalism, sustainability, tolerance, resilience; 8. values: arts, literature, nature, being together, freedom; 9. scary things, seas, subconscious; 10. joy, happiness, survival; 11. Stories and sagas in scandinavian cultures; 12 Adventure, horror, vitality, sisu and other scandinavian values (lagom, hygge)."

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Active participation (4 CP). Optional term paper towards the end (2 CP).
4 ECTS (+2 optional)1030
This couse is tought 100% online. The seminar is organised as a block, consisting of 5 meetings of 4 to 5 hours each in which specific texts (expected to be read in advance) will be discussed. The conversation language is English.
spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoFaculty of TheologyBA/BSc
Monday 16:30 -17:30 and Friday 14:30-15:30

Times are CET; from March 27, 2023 CEST
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Jon Ona
El Hecho Religioso ha sido y es una realidad fundamental en la formación, desarrollo y configuración
de las diferentes culturas y sociedades humanas. No se puede entender las mismas sin abordar la
dimensión religiosa. Pero tampoco se puede entender en su totalidad al ser humano sin atender a la
dimensión espiritual que posiblemente le acompaña, de un modo u otro, desde sus orígenes. La
Religión ha sido fuente de sentido y de desarrollo moral para el ser humano, tanto a nivel individual
como colectivo; pero también es una realidad que presenta aspectos oscuros y desarrollo “peligrosos”.
Por eso, estudiarla y tratar de comprenderla es necesario para quienes aspiramos, no sólo a
comprendernos mejor como seres humanos, sino también a buscar impulsos y energías éticas para
construir una sociedad mucho mejor en términos de inclusión; una sociedad en el que la convivencia
armónica y pacífica, la tolerancia, la interculturalidad, la solidaridad y el cuidado mutuo sean pilares
fundamentales.
En esta asignatura, a través de un estudio introductorio de las principales tradiciones religiosas del
mundo, vamos a tratar de responder a la cuestión de los aportes, que tanto para la vida personal de
cada cual, como para la construcción social, puede ofrecernos la Religión, a través de sus diferentes
concreciones, esto es: las grandes tradiciones religiosas del mundo. Son cuestiones clave acerca del
sentido global desde el cual se puede construir un proyecto de vida y sobre el horizonte moral colectivo
al que se puede aspirar en nuestro mundo globalizado. Pero en la respuesta que las religiones ofrecen,
el elemento característico es la “dimensión trascendente” desde la que estas formulan dichas
respuestas. Acercarnos a la capacidad de experimentar lo Trascendente que siempre ha tenido y tiene
el ser humano supone acercarnos al corazón de lo que es más específico y propio de la Religión;
supone acercarnos a su origen antropológico. Ello es necesario para poder despojar a la Religión de
sus aspectos y desarrollos negativos. Además, en las sociedades occidentales actuales,
crecientemente secularizadas, la perdida de esa perspectiva es la causa de una creciente ignorancia
acerca del Hecho Religioso. Se trata de una ignorancia que, no sólo es fuete de crecientes
malentendidos y prejuicios, sino que, además y por ello, nos priva de poder acceder a todo un
patrimonio de sabiduría espiritual, filosófico y moral que los seres humanos hemos ido logrando a lo
largo de nuestra historia.


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La evaluación final de la asignatura se realizará a través de dos componentes principales: la asistencia,
realización de actividades individuales o grupales y participación activa en las sesiones síncronas (2
horas semanales) y la evaluación continua a través de las diversas actividades, que también pueden
ser individuales o grupales, propuestas en la fase de “Evaluación” de cada unidad.
En concreto, el alumnado tendrá que realizar tres tipos de pruebas de evaluación, tanto individuales
como grupales, que se indican a continuación junto con el porcentaje que cada una de ellas tendrá en
la nota final:
1.- Actividades de síntesis, interpretación y reflexión al final de algunas de las unidades
didácticas. Serán cuatro las actividades de este tipo, todas de carácter individual. Supondrán el
40% de la nota final, aportando cada una de las actividades el 10% de la misma.
2.- Actividad grupal, realizada de manera tutorizada, a lo largo del curso, en torno a la dimensión
ética de las grandes religiones y su importancia para la construcción social. Esta actividad
supondrá el 30% de la nota final.
3.- Dos actividades grupales sobre interpretación y aplicación de Textos Sagrados. Una de las
actividades versará sobre textos de las religiones orientales (China – India) y la otra sobre textos
de las “religiones monoteístas occidentales”. Estas actividades proporcionarán el 30% de la nota
final, siendo la aportación de cada una un 15%.
La concreción de las actividades anteriores y sus plazos de entrega se dará a conocer al comienzo de
curso.

En dichas actividades la evaluación de las competencias se realizará del siguiente modo:
- Las competencias genéricas supondrán el 10% de la evaluación: 5% para la CG 1 y 5% para
la CG 2.
- Las competencias específicas supondrán el 90% de la evaluación, divididas de la siguiente
manera: CE 1 (25%); CE 2 (40%); y CE 3 (25%).
61055
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH)BA/BSc1/27/2023EDA DALOĞLU / CENK PALAZ

​The aims of this course are to introduce the cultural and social issues which are significant in the making of modern Türkiye. The course will cover the period from the early nineteenth century with specific emphasis on the cultural and social transformations in major moments and turning points. To give an overview of the history of Türkiye, the first weeks of the lecture will cover the leading issues in the history of the Ottoman Empire and Turkish Republic. Then, the course will proceed with selected topics that are important in understanding the Turkish society.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/A N/A
collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 03 Social Sciences, Journalism and Information ‎(10)
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc1/27/2023AYŞEN EZGİ ÜSTÜBİCİ ÖNAY

​International migration as a complex phenomenon with linkages with other global issues. Global governance of international migration. Historical and cross-geographical perspective. The role of various institutions in the governance of international mobility. Governance of forced migration, border controls environmental migration, migration of highly skilled. Case studies from Türkiye and other countries.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH)BA/BSc1/27/2023AYŞEN EZGİ ÜSTÜBİCİ ÖNAY

​International migration has become the concern of all in some form or another, with the questions of how to understand international migration in a globalized world, how to take advantage of it, live with it and how to manage it. These attempts have to keep pace with the growth of the phenomenon and the complexity of its linkages with other global issues. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to understand these linkages and relate the migration issues to other global issues as well as contribute to the related discussion by academia, policy makers, and the general public.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023University of ŁódźFaculty of Economics and SociologyBA/BSc
Lectures, with some discussion, and small tests on Moodle, 13 hours in total, once a week two hours, exact times and dates not defined yet
In order to register please send your request to unic@uni.lodz.pl
10/31/2022Jakub Kronenberg

​The value of the environment and environmental valuation are threads that appear increasingly often in discussions on environmental management and even environmental protection. On the one hand, these concepts follow the trend related to the domination of economic discourse in various areas of knowledge and social life, as well as neoliberal tendencies in politics in many countries. On the other hand, there are numerous controversies, especially ethical ones, but also related to methodological issues. In this situation, it is worth knowing what valuation methods are available, and which wider approaches to valuation exist.

Course content:
1. What is value? - different understandings, different measures
2. How to express value? How to evaluate?
3. Is the value constant or can it change? If it changes, is it influenced by what?
4. Value conflict or value synergy
5. Valuation methods - monetary and non-monetary
6. Concepts for which valuation is particularly popular: ecosystem services, blue and green infrastructure
7. Examples of applications, work on the tool for valuation


Basic knowledge of economics, sociology and environmental management.
Assessment: Written tasks (open-ended questions and tests) to be performed on the basis of each module - on Moodle.
31030
Within the hours of own work, the student is obliged to consult the effects of this work in direct contact with the teacher, during traditional or remote consultations.
spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoFaculty of Social and Human SciencesBA/BSc
Tuesday and Thursday 17:30-18:30

Times are CET; from March 27, 2023 CEST
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Cristina Ulloa
Ethical challenges in the global world” invites the student to reflect critically about the global world in which we
live, and on the economic, political, cultural, religious and ecological consequences derived from the globalization
process. The aim is to develop in students an awareness of the ethical challenges intrinsic to this process (such
as economic and social injustice, intercultural coexistence, the protection or violations of human rights, or climate
change), and an understanding of different analyses and positions surrounding these challenges. Students will
be participating in a variety of dilemmas and problem-solving activities that allow them to make meaning of
these issues in their own terms, and guide then on how to advance coherent and persuasive arguments. The
ultimate goal of the course is to prepare students to contribute, both as professional in their respective fields
and as citizens of the global world, to the construction of a more just, humane and caring world.

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The achievement of general and specific competences will be assessed jointly through the following procedures:
● Individual written assignment based on readings (Choose 1 out of 2 options): 20% final grade
● Group-based reading presentation (Choose 1 out of 8 options): 20%
● Group-based project and presentation (Choose 1 out of 3 options): 30%
● Participation and contribution to in class exercises (Online discussion forums, problem solving, dilemma
analyses, etc.): 30%
61055
spring/summer semester 2023University of ŁódźFaculty of International and Political StudiesBA/BSc
Discussion practice class consisting of lecture, group work and simulation game. 30 hours in total, two hours once a week.
In order to register please send your request to unic@uni.lodz.pl
9/30/2022Tomasz Kamiński

​The course is to provide information concerning roots of European integration after the second World War, its main developments, institutions and policies.

Course Content:
Module 1. Introduction
1. History of European Integration.
2. Theories of European Integration.
3. EU's Institutions
4. Budget and internal market.
5. Common Agricultural Policy.
6. Cohesion policy.
7. Monetary union.
8. Foreign policy

Module II Simulation Game
9. Game preparation – individual tasks distribution, explanation of rules
10-12 Simulation of the European Council. Method developed in the Erasmus+ project ANTERO (authors: Maurer, Noutcheva and Pomorska). Each student taking part in the game play role of different participant of the European Council. The game is the EU crisis simulation and its main aim is to foster understanding the EU decision making process, which is very complex phenomena, with multiple, interacting and dynamic elements. Moreover, the game helps to develop key skills of research, synthesis, analysis, presentation and negotiation. Duration: 6 hours,

Module III EU and Asia
13. Why Asia matters for the EU?
14. Big topics of the EU policy towards Asia: Climate Change, Development, Civil society
15. General revision

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During the semester each student is required to collect points for chosen tasks. A student needs to collect at least 30 points out of 90 to be admitted to take the final exam. Students who collect 60 points or more are exempt from taking the final exam and received a very good grade.
Tasks:
- Small task 1  - Describe the impact of European integration on the city of your choice (1 page long written assignment) – max. 5 points
- Small task 2 – Prepare an infographic about the EU single digital market
- Mid-semester test – 20 points
- Collecting of knowledge. Reading: read and present to the teacher up to two books about the EU (history, policies etc). Presentations in form of individual meeting with a teacher (office hours) – 10 points for each book
- A post-simulation reflective piece: students write a 2-3 pages long self-reflection o their learning during the simulation (guiding by the set of questions to answer) - 15 points
- Reflecting learning diary: written assignment encouraging students to share regular written reflections about the process of learning about the European Integration. Spending additional time rephrasing, elaborating, and summarising new material is aiming at facilitating the storage of the information in their long-term memory – 25 points (regular weekly 1-page entries, during the whole semester).
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Students’ are free to choose activities during the course but are obliged to collect certain number of points to pass (60 out of 120).
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc1/27/2023AHMET İÇDUYGU

​The structure and the role of international organizations, especially the United Nations, in promoting cooperation and resolving conflicts among states.  The evolution and the contemporary role of non-governmental organizations such as multi-national corporations, voluntary associations and social movements, their relationships with states and other international actors.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Ruhr University BochumFaculty of East Asian Studies,  Dept. International Political Economy of East AsiaBA/BSc
Starting date: 5 April 2023           
Ending date:  12 July 2023
Registration period: 15.2.2022- 22.4.2023

Online softwares: Moodle (materials and assignments) and Zoom (discussion)
Schedule: Wednesday, 8:15 - 9:45 A.M.
Exam: no exams but regular assignments to be submitted via Moodle.
Teaching methods will include a weekly lecture that involves the effective use of multi-media resources (such as videos, podcasts, readings, etc.) and encourages student active participation through discussions, writing assignments, role plays, and presentations.
4/4/2023Mireia Paulo Noguera

Internet, social media, mobiles, and other recent digital technology advances such as artificial intelligence have unleashed powerful forces that shape and reshape local, national, and international life. The interests of many stakeholders (state and non-state actors) are impacted by the generalization of information communications technology (ICT) and the emergence of an information society. The impact of the Internet is growing in breadth and depth, transforming traditional industries, reshaping government interactions, and increasing opportunities for social inclusion. Topics like privacy protection and cybersecurity are increasingly in the focus of global policymaking.

Yet, no one organisation is responsible for ownership, development, or regulation of the Internet, with the ability to govern or regulate the outcomes of these conflicting forces. Hence, Internet governance (IG) has become one of the most important policy areas of our time. The term may be loosely defined as the various sets of norms (legal and non-legal) that determine how the Internet and its related applications function. Although how we manage the internet will define much of our society, the growing relevance of the internet is not yet supported by effective and inclusive IG.

Meanwhile, there is also increasing frictions between free services and privacy, data protection and security, sovereignty and globalisation. New factors, such as technological innovations and non-traditional security threats, including digital affairs, pose security challenges to international actors. Unlike traditional security studies considering 'security' contextually given as the military threats of nation states, new security theories take a more critical stance towards the presumptive 'realities' of security in today's world. Ontologically, they share a more reflective understanding on security that fits to the rapidly changing global environment.

The seminar will introduce several Aspects about digital geopolitics, Internet Governance, and security. It will focus on the EU's and East Asian States' role in this field. It will examine the multi-stakeholder model that governs the Internet, and how the different stakeholders impact the outcome of critical policy questions. To better understand the forces shaping the Internet, it will examine a number of current international challenges, including the role of the Internet in the international institutions, how to understand data related issues and increased cybersecurity threats, and the concerns over growing market power in the industry. This course provides students with some critical factual and analytical elements that should contribute to a better understanding and appreciation of this new field of study.

Online attendance and participation and conducting the course assignments, e.g. reading papers, watching videos, responding questions, analysis issues related to the course content, and discussing with other peers during the class.
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spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoFaculty of Social and Human SciencesBA/BSc
Tuesday 13:30-14:30 and Thursday 14:30-15:30

Times are CET; from March 27, 2023 CEST
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Nerea Abos
The Basque Country, Euskal Herria, is a region located in Northern Spain and Southern France. Its
language, of unknown origins, is not related to any other linguistic family. The Basques have kept a
distinct and unique culture, one of the oldest in Europe.
The history of the Basque Country has come a long way from the ancient times before the Roman
conquest of the Peninsula to the present day. What we can see nowadays is a highly modernized
European region which is going through a promising time.
This course provides students with an introduction to the Basque culture and basic oral and written
skills in Euskara (Basque language). Students will have the chance to get started in linguistic skills in
Basque and to discover several relevant topics in Basque culture and society: geography, history, the
rural world and myths, music, sports...


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The evaluation will be continuous and 100% formative. 50% of the mark will be obtained in cultural
subjects, and the remaining 50% in the acquisition of linguistic competence in Basque Language.
The competences that the student will be acquiring in each unit will be evaluated, and the relevant
feedback will be given in each activity and significant tests that are carried out. In order to pass the
course, the student must achieve an average mark of 50%.
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spring/summer semester 2023University of ŁódźFaculty of Economics and SociologyBA/BSc
56 hours in total, lecture 28 hours (2 hours once a week), practice class 28 hours (2 hours once a week)
In order to register please send your request to unic@uni.lodz.pl
10/31/2022Piotr Gabrielczak, Agata Szymańska

​The purpose of this course is to provide students with a fundamental understanding of the principles, concepts and theories of macroeconomics. The course will explain how a country's economy works and present the main rules of macroeconomic policy.
Course Content:
(in line with selected chapters of the textbook)
• Measuring a nation's wellbeing and the price level
• Production and growth
• Unemployment and the labour market
• The monetary system
• Open-economy macroeconomics
• Business cycles
• Keynesian economics and IS-LM analysis
• Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
• The influence of monetary and fiscal policy on aggregate demand – if time allows us
• The short-run trade-off between inflation and unemployment
• Supply-side policies – if time allows us

Basics of Microeconomics required
Assessment: 60% lecture (exam), 40% workshop (home assignments and test)
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Within the hours of scheduled own work, the student shall consult the output of his/her work in direct contact with the lecturer during the lecturer's office hours (on-site or remotely).
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc1/27/2023BAHAR RUMELİLİ

​Tensions between ethno-cultural and cosmopolitan visions of Europe, the different ways in which these visions co-exist with different national identities, and the varying levels of identification with the European project among the European peoples. Concepts of myth, memory, and ontological security, and debates over history and memory in contemporary European politics. Rise of Euroscepticism, nativism, and xenophobia in contemporary European societies, the strengthening of sub-national political identities in Spain and Britain, and the contested memories of Europe’s authoritarian and colonial pasts.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 04 Business, Administration and Law ‎(17)
spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoDeusto Business SchoolBA/BSc
Tuesday and Thursday 16:30-17:30

Times are CET; from March 27, 2023 CEST
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Iñigo García Valenzuela
Business management professionals must be familiar with the different functional areas of the organization,
including marketing. This subject is built on the two previous subjects in the marketing area, "Marketing
Fundamentals" and "Operational Marketing", in which both strategic and operational marketing decisions
have been covered.

This course aims to go one step further, reviewing both the philosophy and elements, as well as the process
of creating a marketing plan and a business canvas, always under a much broader concept such as the
business corporate plan.

The focus of this subject with respect to the business plan and the marketing plan has a clear market
orientation, as the only way to achieve the success and growth of the organizations. Both plans therefore
become guidelines for achieving the business objectives of growth and profitability on the one hand, and the
satisfaction (adding value) of the different actors involved in the market, on the other, taking into account
global markets and the social responsibility of Business.

Students should have assimilated the basic concepts related to the marketing area before joining the course
The evaluation of the subject will be carried out through three components:
• A partial and final test, test type and individual (20% of the final grade).
• An intermediate and final group presentation related to the preparation of a marketing plan (50% of the
final grade for each of the specific competences).
• The generic “creativity” competence is evaluated within group presentations with a total weight of 10%.
• Individual assignments and proactive class participation (30% of the final grade).
- IMPORTANT: The grade of each of the tests must be higher than 5 to pass the course, as well as in

4/5

the case of the evaluation of the group presentations.
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023DENİZ LEVENT ÖZAKHUN

​Generally accepted auditing standards, professional ethics, legal liability; the role of the auditor; organization of the accounting profession, the current audit environment; theory of auditing and practical examples of auditing techniques and work programs.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023University of OuluOulu Business SchoolMA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/721469S/10740
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET). 

 
1/4/2023Hanna Komulainen

​The basic concepts and principles of managing business relationships and network thinking including the following themes: 1) Principles of network thinking and basic concepts, 2) Business network management and strategic nets, 3) Value creation in business relationships, 4) Key account management, 5) Relationship portfolios, 6) Development of business relationships, 7) B2B relationships and networks in international context, 8) Sources of conflicts and conflict resolution in business networks, 9) Social capital and its meaning in networks, and 10) Customer knowledge management and knowledge sharing.

The course is implemented online. It includes an introduction lecture followed by independent online studies (40 h), contact lectures online (24 h), and related to these, different assignments such as article analyses, case exercises, multicultural group works and group presentations (50h). Independent reading of the course materials for the individual final assignment (46 h) is required to pass the course.
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spring/summer semester 2023University of ZagrebFaculty of Law, Social Work Study CentreBA/BSc + MA/MSc
2 hours per week in 15 weeks. In case of smaller grous, classes will be agregated on 4 hours per week in 7 weeks. Classes start in March til end of May 2023.
2/15/2023Jelena Ogresta, jelena.ogresta@pravo.hr and Ana Opačić, ana.opacic@pravo.hr

​The objectives of the course are to: 1. Introduce students to science-based models of social work practice and 2. Encourage students to apply contemporary methodology for practice-based research. The course will cover following topics: 1. Social work as a scientific discipline and as a profession; 2. Practice-based research and research-based practice in social work; 3. Evidence-based social work practice; 4. Normative theoretical approaches and theoretical perspectives for the practice of social work; 5. Participatory research, 6. Analysis of examples of participatory research in social work; 7. Active involvement of users in research within the concept of citizen science; 8. Action research; 9. Analysis of secondary data from social work practice; 10. Evaluation research 1. Determining evaluation criteria and indicators; 11. Evaluation research 2. Research designs; 12. Possibilities of applying qualitative methods in research of social work practice; 13. Ethical and cultural aspects of engaged research in social work; 14. Social worker as a researcher and a practitioner; 15. Analysis of examples of research-based innovations in social work practice.

Previously finished any course on methodology in social reserach.
Student requirements are regular attendance and fulfillment of obligations on the platform for e-learning, active participation in interactive exercises and preparation and submission of assignments through online system for e-learning- in total 30 hours.
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Possibility to attend classes both virtually or phisically.
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023EŞREF ÜNSAL

​Analysis of special corporate finance topics including dividend policy, capital structure, leasing, option valuation, risk management, mergers, and acquisitions.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc1/27/2023ZEKİYE SELVİLİ

​Analysis of special corporate finance topics including dividend policy, capital structure, leasing, option valuation, risk management, mergers, and acquisitions.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/"
1/27/2023ZEKİYE SELVİLİ / ÖZLEM OLGU

An introduction to financial reporting designed to create an awareness of the accounting concepts and principles for preparing the four basic financial statements: the income statement, statement of stockholders’ equity, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows. The course is designed to benefit all students who will be future users of accounting information

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
ALEXIS RAPPAS

​Structure of financial markets and financial intermediaries; interest rates and security valuation; central banking system and monetary policy; securities markets including money, capital, foreign exchange, and derivatives markets; commercial banking and other depository institutions; institutional investors, including investment banks, insurance companies, mutual funds, and pension funds; introduction to financial risk management.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc1/27/2023ÖZLEM OLGU

​Structure of financial markets and financial intermediaries; interest rates and security valuation; central banking system and monetary policy; securities markets including money, capital, foreign exchange, and derivatives markets; commercial banking and other depository institutions; institutional investors, including investment banks, insurance companies, mutual funds, and pension funds; introduction to financial risk management.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoDeusto Business SchoolBA/BSc
Tuesday and Thursday 15:30-16:30

Times are CET; from March 27, 2023 CEST
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Massimo Cermelli, Ricardo Aguado, Asela Burgos, Ekhi Atutxa

This subject contributes to the academic and professional profile of students from diverse degrees.
Indeed, regardless of the Degree from which each student is from, in their future professional career
all of them will need tobe able to understand and analyse the economic, political and social drivers
and consequences of Globalization. Moreover, in a near future students will also need to tackle new
complex economic and political situations result of economic, sanitary and political crisis.
By assisting to the course students will acquire the basic concepts, knowledge and instruments to
understand and critically analyse Globalization and the International Business environment. To this
end, the course is divided in four main blocks. The first block delves on the globalization processes in
a new COVID-19 world, the impact of fiscal and monetary policies in international business and the
economic development of nations and Business opportunities. This block will shed light on the
economic consequences that COVID-19 crisis had in firms’ international business operations an
introduction into the main internationally used concepts of Economic Development and Globalization,
as well as the link between Globalization and International Business. The second block focuses on
International business by understanding its link with international trade, financial markets and foreign
direct investment. The third block focuses on the liquid geo-economics of the 21st century, the
relevance of business diplomacy and shared value approach and the need of businesses to manage
socio-political risk. International business by focusing in its link with international trade, trade
integration and foreign direct investment. Students will learn how to transform the management of
business diplomacy from aperipheral “nice to have” to a core strategic concern of the entire strategy.
Besides theory, students are going to debate and critically analyze the different topics presented in
each block. In this way, the subject will provide theoretical and practical knowledge; students will
acquires abilities which arehighly demanded by Businesses, Governments and International
Organizations.

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● In each block students are going to individually write an essay (1800 words)) and to make an
oral presentation in groups about the topics assigned by the Professors. The two assignments of
each block represent the third part (33,3%) of the final grade. In each assignment, the general
and specific competencies are going to be taken into account. In order to pass the subject,
students need to get a 50% of the final grade.
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023CENK PALAZ

​Introduction to the process of investing in financial securities; overview of the investment decision-making process; analysis of securities markets and trading practices; asset pricing under the capital asset pricing and the arbitrage pricing models; principles of modern portfolio theory; performance measurement techniques; asset allocation strategies; introduction to fixed income and derivative securites, risk management strategies.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc1/27/2023ÇELİM YILDIZHAN

​Introduction to the process of investing in financial securities; overview of the investment decision-making process; analysis of securities markets and trading practices; asset pricing under the capital asset pricing and the arbitrage pricing models; principles of modern portfolio theory; performance measurement techniques; asset allocation strategies; introduction to fixed income and derivative securites, risk management strategies.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023University of ŁódźFaculty of ManagementBA/BSc
24 academic hours - 8 three-hour sessions; specific dates of meetings are going to be confirmed in January/ February 2023
In order to register please send your request to unic@uni.lodz.pl
1/31/2023(1) Agnieszka Orankiewicz  (2) Maciej Turała

The overriding objective of this course is to practice and experience business related concepts introduced in Understanding Business. Grading is based on every student's activity throughout the semester. The students are required to prepare and upload their deliveries on moodle each week. The instructors moderate student deliveries. Please see below for details of each activity.

Weekly journals
Weekly journals are one page reports outlining individual learning that is relevant for and related to the previous class. Journals are not meant to describe class content and proceedings. Weekly journals may contribute maximum 12 points: 2 per delivery - 1 for each criterion.
Criteria:
• Timeliness: the delivery arrives on time
• Relevance: it relates to problems covered during the previous class without repeating class content

Reading report (infographics)
Reading reports are a structured record of each student's readings. Students are required to find in the EBSCO database at least three articles that are relevant to the theme of the next class and to prepare an infographic (a mind map, a poster, a personal board). Submission is to be through an activity in moodle. It is expected that everyone is ready to discuss their readings in the class.
Reading reports (infographics) may contribute maximum 24 points: 4 per delivery - 1 for each criterion.
Criteria:
• Timeliness: the delivery arrives on time
• Bibliography: the report (infographic) comes with complete bibliographical information on three articles
• Learning: the report (infographic) indicates learning relevant to the theme of class
• Design: the report (infographic) displays thought-through design and layout 

Team stories (simulations)
Simulations are prepared by teams of 3 students and are to illustrate problems relevant to the theme of the class. Simulations are to be reported on in moodle with a follow-up report that includes:
• explanation of the flow of activity,
• expected learning outcomes of the activity,
• assessment of the activity's flow and degree of achievement of expected learning outcomes,
• indication of proposed changes (re-design) of the activity.
The follow-up reports are to be prepared and uploaded until the end of the day following the date of class.
Team stories (simulations) may contribute maximum 48 points: 8 per delivery - 2 for each criterion.

Final Interview
The Final Interview is a meeting of professors and 3-4 students to discuss diligence, bringing and learning of each person.
The Final Interview may contribute maximum 16 points that reflect diligence, bringing and learning of the student.


Ideally: completion of the Understanding Business course
Deliveries include: (1) weekly journals; (2) weekly reading reports; (3) team presentations and (4) final interview
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The course is going to be offerred in a hybrid format with local students attending onsite and UNIC students joining online.
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023DENİZ LEVENT ÖZAKHUN

​An introduction to the determination, development, and uses of internal accounting information needed by management in decision-making while continuously controlling and managing costs. The course is designed to benefit all students who will be future users of accounting information.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023University of OuluOulu Business SchoolBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/724208A/5825
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET).
1/4/2023Andrew Conlin

​This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of modern investment theory. Students will create portfolios from limited numbers of assets, and examine the portfolios’ return and risk characteristics. The course will cover the CAPM and factor models of asset pricing. The Efficient Market Hypothesis, along with both supporting and contradictory evidence, will be presented. The course will also introduce theory and evidence of Behavioral Finance.

Online course. Video lectures, with group assignments, discussions, and project work. The material and assignments are posted weekly throughout the course. Students work in groups to complete the assignments, quizzes and final project. Interaction with the instructor via discussion board, email, and weekly streaming chat session. The course uses MS Excel.
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spring/summer semester 2023Erasmus University RotterdamLaw & Economics / Rotterdam Institute of Law & EconomicsBA/BSc + MA/MSc
From the start of March to the end of April. The timetables will be published on 18 July. You will find the timetables on the course guide: https://eur.osiris-student.nl/#/onderwijscatalogus/extern/cursus?taal=en&cursuscode=RB36&collegejaar=huidig
Please send an email to the UNIC coordinator at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Sabai Doodkorte: sabai.doodkorte@eur.nl 
Then you will receive instructions for registration.
12/12/2022Dr. A Quintavalla and Prof K. Heine
Content
This course is designed for students who have no pre-existing knowledge of economics and are interested in an analytical understanding of European integration that goes beyond ‘black letter law’, reflecting the growing need of more interdisciplinary studies of European integration. Students will learn to use the economics tool box in order to comprehend and to evaluate law and policy proposals towards more (or less) European integration.

The teaching content consists of two parts. The first part of the lecture is dedicated to the theoretical understanding of economic integration, including a basic understanding of international trade theory. Topics are: theorem of comparative advantages, free trade, protection, tariffs, stages of integration and federalism theory. Emphasis is placed on a qualitative understanding of these topics. The second part of the lecture applies the gained theoretical insights to topical problems of European integration. Topics are, for example: the concept of regulatory competition, which will be linked to the famous ECJ decisions ‘Cassis de Dijon’ and ‘Centros’, Common agricultural policy and Environmental policy.
The course is open for all students at master level. In addition, the course is open for the students participating in the exchange programme of UNIC (also at bachelor level).
Research paper (80%) and two short written assignments (20%)
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Learning goals
After having completed this course successfully, a student will be able to:
Describe and analyze the historical and institutional framework of European integration as well as the economic theories dealing with integration issues.
Analyze and assess the interrelation between the political process and European economic integration.
Develop ways of addressing legal problems with the help of economic theories and identifying further developments in international and European Union law.
Assess and critically discuss on European integration issues.
spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoDeusto Business SchoolBA/BSc
Wednesday at 16:30 and Friday at 15:30

Times are CET; from March 27, 2023 CEST
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Lidia Lobán, Peru Sasia, Olatz Ukar, Oscar Lage
The general objective of this subject is to provide students with up-to-date knowledge about how the Financial
System can help in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, allowing them to properly analyze its
structures and products, and the impact they have in the wider society and our planet.
As the 2007-08 financial crash showed, the malfunctioning of the financial system may have protracted and deep
consequences. Students will have a thorough understanding of ESG Finance (Environmental, Social and
Governance) and how this market trend can alleviate our global problems and help us to deal with the upcoming
crises.
This subject is taught in English.

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The evaluation of the subject will be carried out through five components:
- (1) Socially Responsible Investing and sustainable finance: 30% of the final mark. Group’ assignments
on current topics of sustainable finance. (From 0 to 10).
- (2) Ethical perspective in finances: conceptual approach: 15% of the final mark. Group’ assignments on
ethical banks. (From 0 to 10).
- (3) The role of the circular economy: 15% of the final mark. Group’ assignments on circular economy.
(From 0 to 10).
- (4) Fintech: 30% of the final mark. Group’ assignments on Fintech. (From 0 to 10).
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collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 05 Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics ‎(6)
spring/summer semester 2023University of ŁódźFaculty of Biology and Environmental ProtectionBA/BSc + MA/MSc
13 h of lectures and 13 h of seminars in the semester, in total 26 hours; 13 meetings, weekly: 1 hour of lecture and  1 hour of seminar; times not defined yet
In order to register please send your request to unic@uni.lodz.pl
9/30/2022Janusz Błasiak

The aim of the "Stem cells" course is to provide students with basic terms used in stem cells science and present milestones in the development of stem cell technology and its application in medicine and veterinary sciences. Real achievements of stem cells-based therapy will be shown along with critics of some unproven and unreliable reports. Therefore, a warning will be sent towards unproven applications of stem cells claimed as beneficial. Some social, philosophical, and bioethical issues will be presented.

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Active participation and optional final test
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The classes are organised as a block, consisting of 13 meetings of 2 hours each: 1 h of lecture and 1 h of seminar, in which specific topics will be discussed. The conversation language is English.
spring/summer semester 2023University of OuluFaculty of ScienceBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/790101P/270
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET). 
1/4/2023Harri Antikainen & Marjo Seppänen

The major themes of the course include the core concepts of geoinformatics and cartography, the structures of geodata, and the basic principles of cartographic visualization and statistical graphics. A particular focus of the course is on the properties of thematic maps and their use for different purposes. The course also includes practical exercises related to creation of geodata and database queries. The exercises are mostly carried out using the AcGIS Pro software, but the students will also familiarize themselves with QGIS, an open-source GIS software.

Recommended optional programme components Course is part of the minor studies of GIS and geography.
Mode of delivery Face-to-face / online learning. 16 h lectures or independent readings, 48 h exercises.
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spring/summer semester 2023University of OuluFaculty of ScienceBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Please refer to the course link:  https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/766327A/26780  
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET).
3/1/2023Juho Keskinen

​Generation of ionizing radiation, interactions of radiation with matter, radiation detection and measurement as well as radiations units and quantities, radiation in the environment and its biological effects, laws and regulations about radiation safety, usage of radiation in industry and research.

Gymnasium-level extended course physics knowledge or equivalent.
Recommended optional programme components: Does not require additional studies carried out at the same time.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to: describe the generation mechanisms of different types of radiation and their interactions with matter; describe the essential effects of radiation on health; describe the basics of measuring and using radiation; describe the essential laws and regulations regarding the usage of radiation.

Students will take three online exams and will complete four weekly assignments. In addition a simulated practical measurement assignment will be conducted, based on which student will write a report.
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spring/summer semester 2023Ruhr University BochumFakutät für Physik und AstronomieBA/BSc + MA/MSc
17/Apr/2023 - 14/Jul/2023
4/17/2023Arne Ludwig

​The lecture will focus on experiments on the quantum level with semiconductor structures. In this context quantized transport, spin properties, spin manipulations and optical phenomena will be presented. The experiments will largely cover self-assembled InAs quantum dots as a model system of an artificial atom. Exemplarily spin transport in self-assembled InAs quantum dots and the methods of optical readout of the sucessful spin initialization will be presented. Applications of the different devices with new functionality will be discussed. Applied quantum mechanics on nanostructured devices will be the central scope in this lecture.

The students will gain insight in modern quantum experiments with semiconductor heterostructures. Applied quantum mechanics, transport phenomena, spin phenomena and (classical) electrostatics will be discovered exemplarily on semiconductor devices.

Active participation, exercises and pass an oral exam at the end.
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spring/summer semester 2023University of ŁódźFaculty of Biology and Environmental ProtectionBA/BSc + MA/MSc
13 hours in the semester; 13 meetings; 1 hour per week; times not defined yet
In order to register please send your request to unic@uni.lodz.pl
9/30/2022Joanna Brzeszczyńska
The course will cover: (1) basic biology of stem cells and the control of stem cell fate specification and differentiation; (2) discussion regarding how age and diseases adversely alter regeneration of selected tissues; (3) clinical uses (or potential uses) of stem cells and their derivatives in selected organs; (4) possibility to use stem cells in testing the pharmacological compounds; (5) current key topics of investigations in the field of stem cells and regenerative medicine. Teaching setting: lectures with elements of discussion based on research-based teaching methods and problem-based learning methods.


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Active participation and optional final test
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Classes consist of 13 meetings (1 hours / week). The language of the conversation is English.
spring/summer semester 2023University of ŁódźFaculty of Biology and Environmental ProtectionBA/BSc + MA/MSc
13 hours in the semester; 7 meetings; 2 hours per week; times not defined yet
In order to register please send your request to unic@uni.lodz.pl
9/30/2022Maciej Bartos
This module focuses on theoretical and practical issues related to the assessment and protection of biodiversity in urban areas. Students will learn about various aspects of urban-rural gradients, characteristics of urban habitats and groups of organisms playing major roles in urban ecosystems. During the module we will define the major threats of biological diversity in the cities. We will also try to find possible solutions to counteract its decline and to make urban ecosystem more resilient to climate changes.
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Active participation, final test.
31030
The classes consist of 7 meetings of 2 hours each in which specific topics will be discussed. The conversation language is English.
collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 06 Information and Communication Technologies ‎(7)
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023YÜCEL YEMEZ

​Theory  and practice of 3D  computer graphics. Topics covered include graphics systems and models; geometric representations and transformations; graphics programming; input and interaction; viewing and projections; compositing and blending; illumination and color models; shading; texture mapping; animation; rendering and implementation; hierarchical and object-oriented modeling; scene graphs; 3D reconstruction and modeling.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023FATMA GÜNEY

​Main problems, datasets, evaluation metrics, and approaches in computer vision for autonomous driving, depth / motion estimation, localization, mapping, free-space estimation, object detection / tracking, semantic / instance segmentation, and end-to-end learning of driving. Credits: 3

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023ALPTEKİN KÜPÇÜ

​Overview of Computer Security Techniques, Conventional Encryption, Public-Key Cryptography, Key Management, Message Authentication, Hash Functions and Algorithms, Digital Signatures, Authentication Protocols, Access Control Mechanisms, Network Security Practice, TCP/IP Security, Web Security, SSL (Secure Socket Layer), Denial-of-Service Attacks, Intrusion Detection, Viruses.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
MEHMET EMRE GÜRSOY

​Conceptual and practical aspects of databases and database management systems. Entity-relationship model, relational model, relational algebra, Structured Query Language (SQL), normal forms and normalization, transaction management, scheduling and serializability, concurrency control and locking, indexing, recent trends in databases and NoSQL.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023TEVFİK METİN SEZGİN

​Applications of artificial intelligence in user interfaces. Design, implementation, and evaluation of user interfaces that use machine learning, computer vision and pattern recognition technologies. Supporting tools for classification, regression, multi-modal information fusion. Gaze-tracking, gesture recognition, object detection, tracking, haptic devices, speech-based and pen-based interfaces.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityComputer EngineeringBA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023ÇİĞDEM GÜNDÜZ DEMİR

​Imaging modalities. Applications and challenges. Medical image segmentation. Feature extraction. Medical image classification. Deep learning for medical images. Convolutional neural networks. Fully convolutional networks. Generative adversarial networks. Multiple-instance learning. Case studies.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023University of OuluFaculty of Information Technology and Electrical EngineeringMA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/521324S/5760
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET).
1/4/2023Lucas Ribeiro, Markku Juntti, Nhan Nguyen

​Linear Bayesian estimators and filters, sequential Bayesian and least squares algorithms, Wiener and Kalman filtering, iterative algorithms, adaptive filtering and algorithms, statistical decision theory for signals with unknown parameters, application examples: equalization in communications engineering, array processing and beamforming, spectral analysis and estimation, delay estimation and positioning.

Completing the simulation project tasks, and minor exams during the course. The minor can be retaken by a final exam later. In the final grade of the course, the weight for the examination is 0.6 and that of project report 0.4. Read more about assessment criteria at the University of Oulu webpage.
Lecture materials etc. can be found on Moodle.
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collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 07 Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction ‎(19)
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023SÜLEYMAN ÖZEKİCİ

​Review of Maxwell's equations; conservation laws; electromagnetic waves; propagation of electromagnetic waves in conductors and dielectrics; transmission lines; waveguides; potentials and fields; radiation theory; electrodynamics and special theory of relativity.

Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoFaculty of EngineeringBA/BSc
Monday and Wednesday 15:30-16:30
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Francisco Pérez Cárrega, Patricio Moreno, Francisco Ortiz
Sé que lo saben: vivimos rodeados de datos. El 90% de los datos del mundo han sido creados en los últimos dos
años. Esta sociedad digitalizada y ubicua precisa del manejo de datos a gran escala. Esta era, la hemos venido a
bautizar como Big Data, un nuevo paradigma que permite generar, procesar y sacar valor del gran volumen,
variedad y velocidad a la que generamos datos en nuestro día a día. Estamos hoy en día en una sociedad
inteligente en la que el dato es la materia prima de la que se nutren muchas personas y empresas.
El 60% de los millennials lee las noticias en Facebook. Noticias que os envuelven para que sigáis luego mirando
fotos, comentando, reaccionando a mensajes de las marcas, etc. Facebook supera ya a la televisión y otros
medios tradicionales. Es ya la quinta empresa por valor bursátil del mundo. Por otro lado, Google, tiene el 89%
de la cuota de mercado de las búsquedas en Internet. Sabe lo que buscamos. Y gana dinero con la publicidad.
Es ya la empresa de mayor valor bursátil del mundo.
Hacer lo que han conseguido Facebook o Google implica administrar y procesar grandes volúmenes de datos, o
"Big Data", y obtener información significativa es un desafío importante para el futuro de muchas organizaciones.
Como consecuencia, muchas de ellas exigen competencias de análisis de datos para los puestos de trabajo que
se están abriendo. Esto tiene un impacto significativo en una amplia gama de dominios, que incluyen la medicina,
marketing, recursos humanos, economía digital, finanzas, etc.
A pesar del progreso considerable en el alto rendimiento, la capacidad de almacenamiento y el poder de
cómputo, los desafíos permanecen en la identificación, agrupación, clasificación e interpretación de un amplio
espectro de información. Por eso es necesario adquirir habilidades y conocimientos en los campos de análisis,
machine learning y computación de alto rendimiento.
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En términos de competencias, éstas se evaluarán de la siguiente manera:
● La Competencia Genérica (20%) se evaluará a través del trabajo final (5%), la respuesta a preguntas del
profesor/a en el foro (10%) y el trabajo en las sesiones síncronas (5%).
● La Competencia Específica 1 (70%) se evaluará a través del trabajo final (40%) y la resolución de las
prácticas asociadas a cada módulo durante el semestre (30%).
● La Competencia Específica 2 (10%) se evaluará a través de las prácticas a realizar durante el semestre.
● Convocatoria extraordinaria: El/la estudiante deberá volver a presentar y superar aquellas partes de la
materia que tuviera pendientes referidas a las Competencias Genérica (CG) y las Específicas (CE1 y CE2).
En términos de actividades de evaluación, éstas se evaluarán de la siguiente manera:
● Participación y asistencia: 20%
● Trabajo en las sesiones síncronas: 5%
● Prácticas: 40%
● Trabajo final: 35%
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spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoBusiness and TechnologyBA/BSc
Wednesday and Friday 13:30-14:30 Times are CET; from March 27, 2023 CEST
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Francisco Pérez Cárrega

Richard Rumelt, in his book "Good Strategy, Bad Strategy" introduced the concept of attractor to refer to a state of the
industry that generates a substantial and decisive change in the future evolution of companies. The peculiarity of our
times is that five attractors are colliding at the same time. Hyperpersonal spaces are concurring -we want everything
personalized-, technological megatrends -many digital technologies at the same time-, the 2030 agenda -social and
environmental concern-, the focus on the client -Taylorist linear production no longer works in a world in which the client
wants everything to be tailored- and the speed in which a business model can work and die - the life cycles have been
shortened. A similar moment happened at the beginning of the 19th century, with the appearance of machines, steam,
the improvement in the production of iron, chemical manufacturing, the machine tool and the appearance of factories.
The result was the Industrial Revolution.
Accordingly, many sectors and organizations perceive that the digital society is generating extraordinarily disruptive and
increasingly accelerated innovations. Generally, the more traditional sectors respond to this situation by trying to digitize
their activity. Digitizing something implies doing the same thing, but in a digital medium. This is what happened, for
example, with the appearance of the CD; the product of traditional cassettes was digitized. However, it is becoming more
and more clear that this strategy is insufficient and the solution sooner rather than later entails a profound business
transformation. This is what the press, banks, commerce, various areas of industrial production or marketing are
experiencing. Transformation is what Spotify brought to the music industry.
In this course, various forms of technologies will be highlighted to expose students to the emerging technologies impacting
the business world. Knowledge of business principles, the impact of financial decisions, and technology proficiencies
demanded by business combine to establish the elements of this course. Emphasis is placed on developing proficient
fundamental computer skills required for all career pathways. Students will learn essentials for working in a business
environment, managing a business, and owning a business. Accordingly, we will not only understand the concepts, but
apply their knowledge to situations and defend their actions/decisions/choices through the knowledge and skills acquired
in this course.
All of the above points will be covered by contrasting the Western and Eastern worlds. In this way, the student will have
a complete vision of the digital age in the world.



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Generic competence (20%). It will be evaluated through the final project (5%), the answer to the teacher's
questions in the forum (10%) and the work in the synchronous sessions (5%).
● Specific competency 1 (70%). It will be evaluated through the final project (40%) and the resolution of the practices
associated with each module during the semester (40%).
● Specific competency 2 (10%). It will be evaluated through the resolution of the practices associated with each
module during the semester (10%).
● Extraordinary call: The student must resubmit and pass those parts of the subject that were pending referring to
the Generic and Specific Competences.
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023BARIŞ YILDIZ

​Next generation communication systems, wireless cellular networks, machine-to-machine communications, Internet of things, software defined networking, physical layer data transmission, channel propagation characteristics, modulation, demodulation, medium access control layer, data link layer, forward and backward error control, routing layer, optimal routing, transport layer, flow control, congestion control.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc1/27/2023EŞREF ÜNSAL

​Overview of corporate dynamics, including career paths, organizational structure and behavior in large organizations, corporate culture, decision-making process (organs, levels of authority, meetings, crisis and stress management), customer-focused organization and engineering ethics. There will be several case studies. There will also be high profile speakers from the corporate world to convey their real world experiences.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023SİBEL SALMAN

​Review of discrete-time Fourier transform and sampling theory. Interpolation and decimation. Sampling in the frequency domain. The discrete Fourier transform and FFT, computation of FFT, Fourier analysis of signals using the FFT, spectral estimation and windows. The Z-transform, digital filtering, minimum-phase and generalized linear phase systems, structures for digital filters, FIR filter design methods, IIR filter design methods.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023LERZAN ÖRMECİ

​Hands-on, engineering introduction to feedback control systems; analysis and design of discrete-time, sampled data feedback control systems with a practical emphasis; mathematical modeling and theory of such systems based on difference equations in assessing the steady-state, transient and stability performance; practical lab work based on a custom, micro-controller based mixed hardware-software setup; modeling, designing, optimizing and building PID (proportional-integral-derivative) controllers for practical feedback control systems.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc1/27/2023SÜLEYMAN ÖZEKİCİ

​Investments and cash flows, present value and internal rate of return; fixed income securities, yield, duration and immunization; portfolio optimization, mean-variance models, Capital Asset Pricing Model and Arbitrage Pricing Theory; forwards, futures, swaps and risk hedging; pricing derivative securities and options, binomial market models, continuous  market models and Black-Scholes equation.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc1/27/2023BARIŞ YILDIZ

​Formulation of integer and combinatorial optimization problems Introduction to logistics systems; logistics network design, location models; warehouse design, tactical decisions, operational decisions; transportation management; planning and managing freight transportation; fleet management, vehicle routing problem.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc1/27/2023ERDEM ALACA

​Overview of MEMS materials and fabrication techniques; mechanical concepts and components; transduction techniques; MEMS sensors.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023SEDA KESKİN

​Principles of molecular modeling in chemical engineering applications; fundamentals for molecular simulation of adsorption and diffusion processes in nanoporous materials; molecular dynamics methods for gas transport in nanopores; Monte Carlo methods for equilibrium based gas separations; molecular modeling of zeolites and metal organic frameworks for gas storage.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BScMURAT KUŞCU

Basic properties and characterization of graphene and related materials (GRMs), GRM production methods (mechanical exfoliation, CVD, solution processing), GRM electronics, graphene field-effect transistors, high frequency electronics applications of GRMs, GRM-based antennas, optoelectronic applications of GRMs, biomedical applications of GRMs, GRMs for Internet of Everything.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc1/27/2023MURAT SÖZER

​Introduction to programming in MATLAB, foundations in computing, root finding, solving systems of linear equations with direct and iterative methods, solving nonlinear equations of multi-variables, curve-fitting, numerical differentiation and integration, solving ODEs and PDEs using Eulerian time-marching scheme and finite difference method (FDM), solving many engineering problems related with initial- and boundary-value problems, Laplace and heat equations.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc1/27/2023SİBEL SALMAN

​Modeling and analysis of large-scale and complex systems; mathematical model building; the solution of these models with computational tools and post-optimality analysis for decision-making problems arising in a wide range of real-life applications; building effective linear, nonlinear, integer, network and stochastic programming models; using optimization software for the solution of  these models and interpretation of the computer output; applications in transportation and logistics planning, data mining, scheduling in large systems, supply-chain management, financial engineering, and telecommunications systems planning.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/A N/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023ERKAN ŞENSES

​Polymers, their synthesis and properties. Relationshios between molecular structure and properties. Rheology in polymer processing. Fabrication methods and applications.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc1/27/2023CEYDA OĞUZ

​Strategy with projects; integration of organization with projects; defining the project; estimating times and costs; developing a network plan; LP approach for CPM; PERT; scheduling resources; mathematical models for resource allocation; reducing project duration; mathematical model for crashing; progress and evaluation; control process; project closure audit process; international projects.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc1/27/2023ÇAĞATAY BAŞDOĞAN

​Fundamental concepts of modeling, control sensing, and intelligence of robotic systems. Robotic manipulators and mobile robots. Forward and inverse kinematics, trajectory planning, dynamics, control, and programming of robotic manipulators. Hardware components of mobile robots, visual and navigational sensors, pose estimation, navigation, and reasoning in mobile robots. Hands-on experience with robotic arms and mobile robots in a laboratory environment.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc1/27/2023LERZAN ÖRMECİ

​Distinctions of service operations. Measuring and benchmarking productivity: Data Envelopment Analysis (theory and applications). Service Quality. Capacity management and design in services. Capacity-constrained services and demand management (revenue management and optimization). Workflow analysis,productivity and quality management,response time (queuing) analysis. Customer relationship and loyalty issues (data-mining). Applications of analysis tools to several sectors such as health care, call centers, financial services, hotels and airlines.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
6N/AN/A
spring/summer semester 2023Koç UniversityCollege of Engineering (CE)BA/BSc
Please see 2022-23 Academic Calendar for dates:
https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/akademik-takvim/2022-2023-ozet-versiyon/
1/27/2023SEDA KIZILEL

​The fundamentals of tissue engineering at the molecular and cellular level; techniques in tissue engineering; problems and solution in tissue engineering; transplantation of tissues in biomedicine using sophisticated equipments and materials; investigation of methods for the preparation of component of cell, effect of growth factors on tissues.

For information regarding the courses (content, timetable, prerequisties etc.) please see: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/spring-2023-course-list/
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collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 09 Health and Welfare ‎(4)
spring/summer semester 2023University of OuluHealth SciencesMA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/080929S/7889
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET). 
1/4/2023Hany Ferdinando, Teemu Myllylä

​Multimodal monitoring is increasingly being employed in clinical monitoring and in the study of human physiology. It is the simultaneous measurement of multiple physiological parameters to provide better context for their interpretation and correlations, and to enable studies of relationships between different physiological signals. Besides the concepts of multimodal monitoring, this course provides students a broad overview of the health technology that is currently in development and becoming for home or clinical use. Moreover, their usage in medical applications and studies as well as commercialization of health technology are discussed.

Target group: medical and biomedical engineering students
Lectures, demonstrations, seminars and self-study
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spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoFaculty of HealthBA/BSc
Monday at 17:30 and Friday at 16:30
Both times are CET; from March 27, 2023 CEST
Please contact your home coordinator for them send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Carlota de las hayas

​Please see syllabus: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1C_-BwBjWczfJ5-JyW2CbJXyHgAk21Bal/view

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spring/summer semester 2023University of OuluFaculty of MedicineMA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/080930S/19926
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET). 
1/4/2023Anna Maijala, Tuomas Frondelius, Santeri Rytky, Simo Saarakkala

Upon completion of the course, the student will

  • Gain broad knowledge of opportunities for Machine Learning in Medicine
  • Gain practical ability to develop Machine Learning models for medical problems
  • Understand common issues related medical data analysis and predictive modelling as well as the ways to mitigate them
  • Be able to apply most common ML algorithms to medical data utilizing Python language.


Basic understanding of mathematics and statistics is beneficial.
No previous experience in programming is required.
The student must complete a small machine learning project related to medical data analysis. Student must also complete 4 weekly exams and the final exam.
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The course is aimed at anyone interested in machine learning in medicine. There are no prerequisites for the course but basic understanding of mathematics, statistics and Python programming are useful.
spring/summer semester 2023University of DeustoFaculty of HealthBA/BSc
Monday & Thursday 13:30-14:30
Please send nomination to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
1/9/2023Abel Ernesto González Vélez
La evidencia que respalda un rol más activo del sector de la salud en la gestión ambiental se fundamenta
en: a) varias intervenciones en la materia pueden apoyar la lucha contra los determinantes de la salud; b)
las medidas de sostenibilidad ambiental pueden beneficiar a pacientes, proveedores, personal sanitario y
a los procesos clave de los sistemas sanitarios, y también pueden reducir los riesgos para la salud de
origen ambiental; y c) la sostenibilidad ambiental puede contribuir a reducir los costes y aumentar la
resiliencia de los sistemas sanitarios.
El Acuerdo de París y el Pacto Verde Europeo son las principales iniciativas en materia ambiental a nivel
mundial y europeo, respectivamente. En el primero, se busca mantener el aumento de la temperatura de
este siglo por debajo de los 2oC y reforzar la capacidad para afrontar los impactos del cambio climático;
mientras que el segundo, se traza eliminar para 2050 cualquier emisión de gases de efecto invernadero.
Ambas políticas resaltan los beneficios para la salud que se derivan de su implementación.
A partir de lo anterior y los 5 ejes de trabajo de la colaboración internacional Lancet Countdown, que
monitoriza los efectos del cambio climático sobre la salud, se proponen las siguientes líneas temáticas:
• Efecto del cambio climático sobre la salud;
• resiliencia sanitaria;
• mitigación y beneficios derivados para la salud;
• coste económico-financiero del cambio climático; y
• empoderamiento de la sociedad.


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