1. by Tempus Programme:

  • Quality of Engineering Education in Central Asia (QUEECA), (2012-2015);
  • Master programmes on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in
  • Buildings in Central Asia and Russia, (2012-2015);
  • Creation of third cycle studies – Doctoral Programe in Renewable Energy and Environmental Technology (CREDO), (2010 – 2013);
  • Geoinformatics: Managing Energy, Resources, Environment(GEM) (2010 – 2013);
  • Program for gaining the Degree of Master of Science in “Interoperability/Safety/Certification” of international railway transportation in the Ukraine and Central Asia, (2008 – 2011);
  • The Development of a Master’s Program in Environmental Protection and Rational Use of Natural Resources at KSUCTA, (2006-2008);
  • Education on Geodesy and Geo-informatics, (2005-2007);
  • Creating National Information Centres about the Bologna Process in the  Kyrgyz Republic; Expansion of the Centers on Bologna Process and support of tuning team in the Kyrgyz Republic, (2004-2007);

2. by Erasmus Mundus Programme:

  • Transfer of Appropriate Requirements for Global Education and Technology - II (TARGET II); (2011 – 2014);
  • Transfer of Appropriate Requirements for Global Education and Technology (TARGET II), (TARGET) (2010 – 2013);
  • Mobility Academic Network between EU and Central Asia (MANECA) (2010 – 2013);

3.by German Academic Exchange Service Program (DAAD):  

  • The Implementation of the Bachelor of Information Science Program of the West Saxon University of Zwickau into Kyrgyz-German Faculty of KSUCTA, (2008-2014);
  • Creation of efficiently IT Infrastructure for application and education at INIT KSUCTA, (2010-2012);
  • Establishment of the Technology Transfer Centre at KSUCTA, (2010-2013);
  • Partnership oriented to practice between universities and enterprises of Germany and developing countries, (2012-2014).

4. by various Programs and Foundations:

  • Civilian and Research Development Foundation:The Establishment of the Kyrgyz Consortium for GIS Excellence”, (2007-2008);
  • Engineering Information Foundation: Establishment of  a Training Centre for Engineers”, (2007- 2008);   
  • Austrian-Kyrgyz Project:The Establishment of the Austria-Central Asia Centre  for GIScience”, (2008-2010);
  • TRACECA:Strengthening  of  Transport    Training  Capacities  in  NIS  countries(2008-2011)
  • Indo – Kyrgyz Project:Establishment of the Indo – Kyrgyz Centre for Information Technology, (2006-2008)
  • Kyrgyz-Arabic Project:Establishment of an Electronic Library at KSUCTA, (2007-2008);
  • United Nations and International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN/ISDR) Project:The Promotion of a Safety Construction Strategy - Educational Network through Central Asia”, (2006-2008)
  • Kyrgyz – New Zealand Project:Establishment of the Kyrgyz – New Zealand GIS Laboratory”, (2004-2005)

5. Project Eramsus Mundus
gSmart - Spatial ICT Infrastructures for Smart Places (2013-2017)

The gSmart Erasmus Mundus scholarships initiative is based on a network of European and Central Asian Universities with a focus on interdisciplinary ‘Spatial Sciences’, aiming at improving the management of societies, economies and environments through modern geospatial methods and techniques. Aiming at students or staff who are working (or planning to work) with spatial methods like GIS or Remote Sensing or GNSS on explicitly “spatial” problems in any relevant discipline!
During their studies at a European partner university, applicants will receive a sound education in the field of Geoinformatics. Bachelor level students will take part in regular exams, typically in English language. Master students for example will have the chance to finish their studies with a Master in Applied Geoinformatics, Master in Spatial Information Management or Master in Water and Environment. PhD and Postdoc scholars will be involved in co-teaching and team teaching. Staff mobility will be dedicated to short term teaching visits.
gSmart targets disciplines sharing a spatial dimension: Geography, Geodesy, Geology, Architecture and Planning, Regional Social Sciences, Resource Management, Water and Environmental Studies, Agriculture, Regional Economics, Transportation, Civil Engineering etc. Applicants from these disciplines use common digital models, technologies and methods as a core qualification in high demand in academia, industry and administration; they enhance their competences in Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing, GNSS, decision support and impact assessment, geovisualisation, geostatistics and spatial data infrastructures.

Official web-site of the project: http://em-gsmart.zgis.net
Partners:

  • University of Salburg, Austria – coordinator
  • Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria  
  • University of West Hungary, Hungary
  • Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania
  • University of Malaga, Spain
  • Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
  • Korkyt Ata Kyzylorda State University, Kazakhstan
  • L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan
  • Kyrgyz State University  of Construction, Transport & Architecture, Kyrgyzstan
  • Bishkek Humanities University named after K.Karasaev, Kyrgyzstan
  • Kyrgyz Russian Slavic University, Kyrgyzstan
  • Osh State University, Kyrgyzstan
  • Osh Technological University named after M.M. Adyshev, Kyrgyzstan
  • Khorog State University named after M.Nazarshoev, Tajikistan
  • Russian-Tajik Slavonic University, Tajikistan
  • Turkmen State University named after Magtymguly, Turkmenistan
  • Karakalpak State University named after Berdakh, Uzbekistan
  • National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek, Uzbekistan

 
Associate partners:

  • Central-Asian Institute of Applied Geosciences, Kyrgyzstan
  • Department of Cadastre and Registration KG, Kyrgyzstan
  • Land and Real Estate Ltd, Kyrgyzstan
  • Masterconcept, Austria
  • Centre for Remote Sensing and GIS TERRA, Kazakhstan
  • Institute of Geography, Kazakhstan
  • Ministry of Education and Sciences of the Republic of KZ, Kazakhstan
  • Academy of Sciences of  the Republic of TJ, Tajikistan
  • Ministry of Education of the Republic of TJ, Tajikistan
  • Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan, Turkmenistan
  • NewMax Technologies, Uzbekistan

Contacts:
Project coordinator: Barbara Brunner-Maresch,
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University of Salzburg - Z_GIS

Local contact in Kyrgyzstan: Chymyrov Akylbek,
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KSUCTA, Geodesy and Geoinformatics Department.

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