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Announcement by an IP Stakeholder: NITTE University visits European India Platform stakeholders

In February 2017, the India Platform organised a visit for its Indian partner NITTE University to various European stakeholders in Flanders and Portugal. In Flanders, the delegation visited Ghent University, Ghent University Hospital and the University of Antwerp. The delegation consisted of Prof. Dr. Ramananda Shetty (Vice-Chancellor of NITTE University), Prof. Dr. Indrani Karunasagar, Prof. […]

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Annual Stakeholders Meeting and Inauguration at BMS College of Engineering (BMSCE)

The year 2015 was eventful for BMSCE, as the Annual Stakeholders Meeting (India) was held at the BMSCE board room in July. The meeting was attended by the heads of the stakeholder institutions: Prof. Balagangadhara and his research team, Prof. Mallikharjuna Babu, Prof. Martin Jebraj, and Prof. Ravishankar Deekshit. Mrs. Archana Bhat Kallahalla has been […]

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Liveable Cities Study Visit – March 2015

This Study Visit was organised for a Ghent University scientific staff member specialised in sustainable architecture, Mr. Hugo Monteyne (Scientific Staff, Department of Flow, Heat and Combustion Mechanics, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture). His testimonial: “I never expected such a result. One week meetings in India resulted in a still ongoing cascade of making new contacts. […]

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India Platform Study Visit to India – Liveable Cities

The India Platform invites European professionals, researchers and companies in the domain of Liveable Cities and Waste Management to some of the most promising research groups and companies in the fast-growing city of Mangalore. The visit will follow the successful formula of the India Platform Ventures Visits. It will (1) involve participants from different European […]

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Meetings in Dharmasthala

On November 17, Prof. Jakob De Roover met with several important people in the city of Dharmasthala, in the context of the India Platform Focus Group – Liveable Cities. As one of the most important pilgrimage towns in South India, the goal is to transform itinto a model pilgrimage centre for India.

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