The First SDSU – Georgia STEM WORKSHOP on
Nanotechnology and Environmental Sciences

September 4-5 Tbilisi , Georgia

SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

 
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The general objective : existing academic collaboration between SDSU and Georgian universities – “to support initiative for science, technology, engineering and mathematics by implementation SDSU degree programs in Georgia” - to be extended via

• establishing tight scientific collaboration between the researchers from SDSU and Georgia
• preparing basis for inclusion of SDSU-Georgia students in future research activities

Agenda for Discussion

1. Is research collaboration between US and Georgian Institutions important?
2. Is such collaboration interesting for MCC/MCA supported program “Georgia-SDSU:Degree Accreditation and Institutional Support Initiative for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics” have funds to directly support research collaboration?
3. Does the MCC/MCA supported program “Georgia-SDSU:Degree Accreditation and Institutional Support Initiative for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics”?
4. Do workshop presentations suggest that there are key competences available that can serve as background for future research partnership?
5. What are existing funding instruments for supporting such collaboration?
6. What are concrete next steps?