In FEB's learning communities (LC), students of various levels, backgrounds and ages will work together, coach and challenge each other, and enhance each other’s learning experiences in specific fields. Staff, external business relations, and alumni will join and provide support and access to information and resources.
For this Learning Community the dual role envisaged is to provide an infrastructure for disseminating and preserving programming knowledge and to support research projects in FEB that need a programming effort. The LC will be organized in a hierarchical way, namely in three separate levels. Students (and PhD candidates) who intensively do programming when working for research projects, will form the Experts Level (EL). Their main goal is to achieve research results. The next level, the Developers level (DL), is formed by the students who participate actively in these programming activities. Their goal is to improve their programming skills, and participate in research at FEB. To enter this level, students have to spend time as Candidates, in the candidates level (CL), when they have to reach the necessary skill to contribute as programmers to the research projects.
When: block 1.1 / 1.2, Sept 2016 - Jan 2017
For: BSc and MSc students at FEB
The round tables on
the impact of climate policies on international competitiveness
Sector coupling – clean energy opportunities and challenges
during the 41st International IAEE Energy conference from 10-13 June 2018 in Groningen. Learn...
Prof.dr. Robert Lensink is op 26 april koninklijk onderscheiden tot Officier in de Orde van Oranje Nassau. Lensink (Tiel, 1962) is hoogleraar Finance & Financial Markets aan de Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde van de RUG (80%) en hoogleraar Finance...
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