NORHED-II

Research-Based Education for Development of Hydropower Professionals (2021-2026)

                              Partner

                            Key Roles

Applicant Institution

(Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

.Overall project management

·Quality control of academic and research activities.

·Knowledge and resource sharing for new courses and contents.

·Joint supervision of PhD and master’s studies.

·Logistical arrangements of mobility to and from NTNU.

Local University Partner

(Kathmandu University)

·Execution of project activities and project coordination.

·Ownership sharing of infrastructure developed, technical and procedural outcomes from the project.

·Joint supervision of PhD and master’s studies.

·Logistical arrangements of mobility and other events.

·Publication of reports.

Partner at North

(University of South-Eastern Norway)

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·Knowledge and resource sharing for new courses and contents.

·Support for development of laboratory and research standards in electrical engineering.

·Joint supervision of academic and research activities in the field of electrical engineering.

·Logistical arrangements of mobility to and from USN.

Partner at South

(Wuhan University)

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·Lead the fundamental research on a better understanding of sediment erosion mechanism.

·Provide facility and resources available at WHU for the experimental and research activities.

·Joint supervision of PhD and master’s studies.

·Logistical arrangements of mobility to WHU.

Regional supporting partner

(ICIMOD- HUC)

 

·Networking and communication within the HUC member universities.

·Bridging the knowledge transfer and capacity development activities to HUC member universities.

·Outscale/upscale the outcomes to the HKH region through capacity building workshops

·Logistical supports for event management for dissemination activities including: i) leadership training for women in hydropower engineering; ii) stakeholder engagement in curriculum building.

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