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SUMMER SCHOOL

Georgian International Academy of Sciences

Summer School Georgia- 2016

Courses

GEM – Green Energy Management

when 3 September 2016 - 12 September 2016

language English

duration 2 weeks

credits 6 ECTS

fee EUR 500

GEM – Green Energy Management

The aim of GEM (Green Energy Management) Summer School is to provide international students with a context sensitive first-class training in the field of Green Energy Management and renewable resources. After a broad overview of green energy development in the world and in Europe, energy production from renewables, environmental markets (CO2- EUAs certificates), and water demand management will follow. New topics will be discussed in this 2016 edition: animal waste management and statistical analysis for climate variables with related case studies. Leading scientists from Europe and industrial and institutional partners will be part of the teaching staff, bringing in their expertise and experience. Visits to local research laboratories will also be organized. a unique location famous for its beauty, history and scientific relevance, will provide the faculty and participants to engage in dialogue and knowledge sharing.

Course leader

Dr. Farzad Ghasemzadeh

Target group

Bachelor and Master students interested in Green Energy Managment

Course aim

Contents covered:

The broad content of the program includes:

The world green energy scenario; Modelling wind and sun; Statistical Analysis for Climate Variables; Hydrogen transportation in Portugal; Evaluating energy projects; Renewable resources: the Spain experience; Animal waste management; Photovoltaic energy; Power distribution with RES and storage; Simulation and bootstrapping in energy markets; Electricity markets; Environmental markets; The ENI experience in the green energy field; REF-E: a consulting company in the energy sector.

Fee info

EUR 500: Tuition Fee - travel and accomodation cost not included

The Forms of Urban Attractiveness

when 13 June 2016 - 19 June 2016

language English

duration 1 week

credits 6 ECTS

fee EUR 1000

The Forms of Urban Attractiveness

The main aim of the summer school is to improve the knowledge of the participants in the field of the urban attractions analyzed from different perspective and in particular concerning different types of urban populations and services, different models of policies and governance structure.
The summer school will be divided in three sets of lessons and activities covering:

The analysis of the theoretical and methodological instruments available in order to study and improve urban attraction
the presentation of successful case studies of city marketing and attraction strategies performed in Italian and European cities;
the tour of chosen places and “hot-spots” within the two cities in order to corroborate the theoretical part with the empirical field (lessons in the morning and trips in the afternoon).

Course leader

Dr. Farzad Ghasemzadeh

Target group

Pre requisite 3 years bachelor degree

Course aim

Contents covered:

Types of metropolitan populations living, consuming and working in the cities
Mobility systems and accessibility to urban opportunities in contemporary cities
Local resources utilized to develop touristic and job attractions
Public policies oriented to improve attraction
Governance and participation models as tools for improving attractions
Urban rhythm and night attractiveness
Walkability and urban environment
The environmental quality as an urban attractiveness

Fee info

EUR 1000: It covers tuition, teaching materials and tutoring services for the two weeks in Tbilisi

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