Dissemination of results

ERASMUS+ Key Action 1 Learning Mobility of Individuals, Mobility for Higher Education Students and Staff between Programme and Partner Countries

WULS-SGGW coordinates following Erasmus+ Projects:

1. 2015-1-PL01-KA107-016237             

status FULFILLED: 103 mobilities: 74 incoming: 56 students (10 BSc, 41 MSc, 5 PhD) and 18 teaching staff

                                                        29 outgoing: 11 students (1 BSc, 6 MSc, 4 PhD) and 18 teaching staff

2. 2015-2-PL01-KA107-022774             

status FULFILLED: 30 mobilities: 18 incoming: 8 students (2 BSc, 5 MSc, 1 PhD) and 10 staff

                                                       12 outgoing: 4 students (2 MSc, 2 PhD) and 8 staff

3. 2016-1-PL01-KA107-024921             

status ONGOING

4. 2017-1-PL01-KA107-037013             

status ONGOING

Examples of 2015-1-PL01-KA107-016237 and 2015-2-PL01-KA107-022774 Project's results:

1. Joint publications of incoming students and WULS-SGGW staff

Carter S., du Plessis S., Chwalibog A., Sawosz E. (2017) The Honey Badger in South Africa: Biology and Conservation, International Journal of Avian & Wildlife Biology. Int J Avian & Wildlife Biol 2(2): 00016.

Patuk I., Borowski P (2017) Ultrasonic impulse reinforcing finishing of metals as a new methods using a nanomaterial for surface of machines elements, Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW
Agriculture No 69 (Agricultural and Forest Engineering): 99–106.

Patuk I., Borowski P (2017) Business plan of the company of repair and maintenance outboards and boats - Technoservice', World Scientific News, WSN 86(3): 193-204.

Tuzhyk K., Hewelke E., Hewelke P. (2017) Dynamic simulaIon of sustainable farm development scenarios using cogniIve modeling, Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences-SGGW, Vol.49, No 1.

To appear soon:

Lucht H., Sawosz E.: The effect of bromide on chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) embryo survival, Livestock Science.

Silvanita K., Balina R.: Moral hazard problem in implementation of branchless banking in rural area. Agricultural Economics.

2. Joint publications of incoming staff and WULS-SGGW staff

Ivolga A., Zawadka J. (2015) Agritourism as a raising driver of multifunctional development of rural areas in Russia [in:] Sustainable development of tourism market: international practices and Russian experience: book of proceedings of III International conference. Agrus Stavropol`skogo gosudarstvennogo agrarnogo universiteta, 68-77.

To appear soon:

Lin M-Y., Świąder K., Chumngoen W., Tan F-J.: Ultrasonic-assisted phenolic compound extraction from garlic skin: process optimization and application for improving frankfurter sausage quality, Animal Science Journal.

3. Joint projects and agreements of partner institutions and WULS-SGGW

Memorandum of Understanding between WULS-SGGW and Educons University, Serbia.

Joint application of WULS-SGGW and Educons University for the Visegrad Fund, submitted on 1st of October 2017. Project's scope: education and capacity building; innovativeness, scientific exchange, research cooperation and entrepreneurship.

Joint application of WULS-SGGW and National Chung Hsing University for the Polish-Taiwanese Project 2018-2019 in the frame of agreement on scientific cooperation between Polish Academy of Science and Ministry of Science and Technology.

Project on 'Mitigating the issues on MCPDE and GE in palm oil', between Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Sciences, WULS-SGGW and Bogor Agricultural University.

To appear soon:

Memorandum of Understanding between WULS-SGGW and Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia.

Memorandum of Understanding between WULS-SGGW and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, India.

4. Good practises

- curriculum development

Materials collected during semestral PhD mobility at the Tshwane University of Technology, RSA contributed to development of the content of several courses: 'Wildlife biology and conservation', 'Feed and feeding', 'Nutrition of wild animals' and 'Cats - breeding and maintenance' offered by the Faculty of Animal Sciences, WULS-SGGW.

New course 'Behaviour and physiology of South African animals' is in preparation.

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- MSc thesis

Scientific research on sensoral properties of low-fat yogurts at the Faculty of Animal Sciences, National Chung Hsing University contributed to preparation of the first MSc thesis in English on 'Comparative study on yoghurt preference between Taiwan and Poland consumers' at the Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Sciences, WULS-SGGW.

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- dissemination

Lecture on 'Marketing of agricultural cooperatives in Poland and Israel' during 'XXIV Congress of Association of Agricultural and Agribusiness Economists', September 2017, Bydgoszcz. In accordance with outgoing staff teaching mobility at the Tel-Hai College.

Lecture on 'Cheetah feeding at the Moholoholo Rehabilitation Center in South Africa' during the conference 'Animal Feeding in Zoo', October 2017, Warsaw. In accordance with outgoing PhD mobility at the Tshwane University of Technology.

Seminar on 'Feeding of selected species animals in protected areas of South Africa' for the student and staff of the Faculty of Animal Sciences, WULS-SGGW, October 2017. In accordance with outgoing PhD mobility at the Tshwane University of Technology.

Presenting incoming and outgoing mobility results on the website of the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine.

Information about the Erasmus+ student life published at the facebook profile of the Omsk State Agrarian University. In accordance with incoming BSc mobility at the WULS-SGGW.