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News


19-07-2021

Publication of Reports on Literature Review

The HEIs partners of the project developed 5 reports presenting the results of the publication analysis.
They are mailny focused on "Theoretical Issues through Green and Applied Chemistry", "Chemistry and Biology, Sociology and Philosophy, Landscape Planning and Design", "Artificial Intelligence, Simulations of Physical Behaviors, Political Science" and "Sustainable Development, Community Development, Sustainable Energy".

The reports are available on the Publications.


11-06-2021

Second partners' meeting

The second meeting took place online on 10 – 11 June 2021. Ann Mutvej, Pier Luigi Gentili and Lorenzo Martellini presented the project and the activities to be carried out to the partners. At the end of the meeting, all the partners had a clear view of the future project's implementation and the next activities, which consist of the finalisation of publications and best practices and the implementation of activities related to the IO2 - Toolkit.


07-04-2021

IO1 - Interviews

The HEIs partners of the project are working on the development of the Intellectual Output 1: Inventory of Complex Systems Implementation in HEIs collecting and uploading interviews with selected employers on their perceptions, needs and expectations in terms of the skills, knowledge and competences in complex systems thinking of future workers.

Find out more information on the Interviews.


18-03-2021

New Perspectives in Science Education Conference

During the 10th edition of the New Perspectives in Science Education international conference, held online on 18-19/03/2021, Elisabetta Delle Donne presented the COSY of the project project describing the project aims and activities


19-02-2021

IO1 - Best Practices

The HEIs partners of the project are working on the development of the Intellectual Output 1: Inventory of Complex Systems Implementation in HEIs uploading a collection of examples and best practices on how complex systems issues are approached in existing undergraduate courses.

Find out more information on the Best Practices.


05-01-2021

IO1 - Publications

The HEIs partners of the project are working on the development of the Intellectual Output 1: Inventory of Complex Systems Implementation in HEIs uploading publications referring to 15 thematic areas on sustainable development.

Find out more information on the Publications.


15-12-2020

Involvement of Associated Partners

Different Institutions and organisations are being contacted to join the project in order to contribute to the improvement of the project impact on their target groups and to ensure the project sustainability by continuing using the project deliverables in the next years.

Find out more information on the involved associated partners.


15-11-2020

Involvement of Lectures

Different researchers and lecturers from HEIs are being contacted to join the project in order to work together with the project partners in order to put into practice the project deliverables in Universities.

Find out more information on the involved academic staff.


29-09-2020

Cosy project - Kick off meeting

The Kick-off meeting took place online on 29 – 30 September 2020. Ann Mutvej, Pier Luigi Gentili and Lorenzo Martellini presented the project and the activities to be carried out to the partners. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to get to know each other and to discuss all details related to the project's activities. At the end of the meeting all the partners had a clear view of the future project's implementation, the financial rules and the next activities which consists in the involvement of the target groups and the identification and collection of publications and best practices.


01-09-2020

Cosy Project

The Cosy project has been funded, by the European Commission through the Swedish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme, with the aim of providing undergraduate students with competences on complex systems thinking and academic lecturers and managerial staff with knowledge, skills and tools for adapting their educational activities with a specific focus on sustainable development by integrating complex systemic thinking.