|ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
2nd International Federation of Engineering Education Societies Summit - 19/20 October 2008, Cape Town and American Society for Engineering Education 7th Global Colloquium - 21/24 October 2008, Cape Town
The 2nd International Federation of Engineering Education Societies Summit will be held on October 19-20 in Cape Town, South Africa, hosted by the University of Cape Town and the African Engineering Education Association.
On 21-24 October 2008 the 7th Global Colloquium of the American Society for Engineering Education will follow the IFEES 2nd Summit.
Canadian and German Research Fellowships
The African Engineering Education Association (AEEA) was established in 2006 to promote and advance North-South collaboration, among other functions. The AEEA holds the Vice Presidency of the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies.
The AEEA wishes to announce to suitably qualified Africans the following fully funded research degree programmes that aim to increase the quality of research and quantity of research outputs in Africa in collaboration with the following under-mentioned North partners:
In collaboration with Canada's Perimeter Institute of Theoretical Physics and University of Waterloo, applications are invited for a 10 months MSc in Theoretical Physics degree programme that will be followed by a 36 months PhD in Theoretical Physics programme in Canada. The closing date is 07 February 2009; and
In collaboration with the Deutsches Zentrum fur Luft- und Raumfahrt and German Academic Exchange Service, applications are invited for 36 months PhD and 12-24 Post Doctorates in Aeronautics, Energy, Speca and Transportation in Germany. Senior scientists are also invited for 3-12 months specialised research. The closing date is 31 March 2009.
Dr Zola Mbanguta, Vice President, AEEA
German Fraunhofer Institute for Later Technology Workshop on R&D in Laser Technology and Opto-Electronics: Cooperation with Fraunhofer ILT on 29 May and 02 June 2009 in South Africa
Fraunhofer ILT will be running a Workshop on R&D in Laser Technology and Opto-Electronics on 29 May 2009 in Cape Town, that will be followed by another on 02 June 2009 in Pretoria, South Africa.
The aim of the workshops is to enable the Fraunhofer ILT to learn more about the capabilities and necessities of the African laser scene with respect to specific questions, problems and structures. The objective of the workshops is to establish cooperation between Fraunhofer and African universities on R&D in Laser Technology and Opto-Electronics.
For more information kindly contact: Dr Zola Mbanguta, Vice President, AEEA: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org