Our member, the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) together with the Jean Monnet Chair on Technology and Science Diplomacy for European Sovereignty (TechDip) held at UPM in collaboration with the ERC Consolidator Grant “Living with Radiation” and the Technology Diplomacy and International Cooperation Community of EELISA European University are offering a new university course in hybrid format for early career scholars (PhD candidates or Postdocs).
The course “Introduction to Science and Tech Diplomacy: the new geopolitics of technology” will give an introduction to understand how scientific and technological developments work, with a specific focus on their governance and international spillovers.
The curriculum is based on the ability to think critically and analyze different use cases for technology and science delivery in the economy and society, and to understand the unique advantages and the history of the European approach to technology and science. The course will take place between 09/10/2023 – 15/01/2024.
PhDs and PostDocs from every field of research are invited to participate. Submission is possible until the 30/06/2023.
For more information on the course and the application procedure, please click here.