SWP focuses on the role of Turkey as an actor and factor in configuring political space in the Caucasus, particularly in the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict. Jihadist networks use the internet to expand their ethnic and national base. Die Konfliktdynamiken in Syrien sind in den letzten zwei Jahren zunehmend komplexer geworden. The project investigates potential synergies between the international trade regime and the climate regime i. WTO, Paris-Agreement. The focus is on analyzing the role of trade policy measures in achieving international climate protection targets.
The project concentrates on micro-analyses and on mappings of important local dynamics and actors, ranging from armed groups over local administrative institutions and local notables to civil society actors, in war-torn Syria. Their contribution to service and aid delivery, governance, local stabilization and potential post-conflict state building are the main focus of the project. The project identifies, maps and models the risk of serious and organised crime infiltration in legitimate business across the EU. Data and cases are collected and analysed in order to identify risk factors, to develop a risk-assessment model and to map the risk of infiltration in the 28 EU member states.
Since the fall of some 50 experts on foreign and security policy have discussed key future challenges for German foreign and security policy in a series of conferences and workshops, initiated by the German Marshall Fund GMF and Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik SWP. The project also researches EU policies in the Nordic countries and forms of regional — especially Nordic — cooperation. The research project explores contemporary opportunities and challenges embodied in patterns of regional security and defence cooperation.
In particular, it deals with the role of Northern Europe in the changing Euro-Atlantic security architecture. The influence of strategic cultures can promote the development of cooperative security structures or counteract it.
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The circumstances of influence are not sufficiently understood. This project uses the example of missile defense to analyze how guiding principles Leitbilder affect the opportunities for better security cooperation in Europe. The Youth Bulge project investigates the consequences of a disproportionately large young population — currently found mainly in developing and emerging economies — for questions of security and development policy, and derives lessons for German and international development cooperation.
Environment, Energy, Climate, and other Global Issues Global Health Health, mainly the fight against infectious diseases and the development of resilient health systems, is gaining importance in international and security affairs worldwide. Completed Projects HashtagIdentities abgeschl. Arabische Eliten und soziale Mobilisierung abgeschl.
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Carbon Leakage I abgeschl. Carbon Leakage II abgeschl. The challenges of digitalization for German Foreign and Security Policy compl. Zusammenarbeit in Nordeuropa abgeschl. Umwelt-Governance abgeschl. EU Security Agencies compl. European External Energy Governance compl. Die Fragmentierung Syriens abgeschl. Forced displacement and development cooperation compl. The Future of International Order compl.
GeoNor - Arktispolitik der EU abgeschl. Umgang mit globalen und vernetzten Risiken abgeschl. Jihadism on the Internet compl. Qualitative strengthening of successful partnerships takes precedence over quantitative, individual interests aiming for diversity. Thematic priorities are orientated towards the defined research priorities of the Development Plan and focus on universities with excellent research findings in the relevant department.
Regional priorities include additional parameters: investment dynamics in the university sector e. SouthEast Asia , generating special programmes e. Strategically orientating TU Wien towards international partnerships and contacts within the framework of research priorities and the EU programme portfolios. Focusing on partnerships with selected countries and universities of the priority regions, with which targeted, joint activities in research and teaching are developed and maintained.
The establishment of partnerships is orientated towards the possibility of maintaining stable, medium to longterm cooperation in research and teaching. Qualitative strengthening of existing cooperation takes precedence over quantitative expansion of the number of cooperation agreements. Creating automated tools to analyse existing cooperation. Exploring future potential with regard to synergy effects project database, publication database, grants database.
Strategically positioning TU Wien in selected international networks for research, teaching and university management. Introducing a staggered process for establishing university partnerships from Letter of Intent [LOI] to partnership agreement and regular evaluation of the cooperation. Creating parameters for regional priorities and for preferred partner universities e. Actively using institutions to initiate and promote regional priorities e. OeAD, the Economic Chamber, diplomatic institutions.
Actively using international agreements of the Federal Ministry of Science e.
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Nominating a contact person for every agreement for information and an annual report to the Rectorate on the creation of an IT tool. Developing a faculty-specific internationalisation concept in agreement with the objectives of the Rectorate. Monitoring the international activities in teaching and research in the departments, and regular exchange in the meetings of the faculty board and the meeting of the university management involving the faculty representatives for international matters and programme coordinators e.
Systematically concluding faculty agreements, strengthening strategic objectives research priorities, selected countries and universities. Faculty representatives for international matters provide a targeted information flow within the faculty, between the faculty and the Rectorate and to the service facilities for international matters IO, EURS. TU Wien is therefore striving for an international teaching and research environment.
This supports the possibility of systematically attracting and recruiting qualified students, junior scientists and professors. In particular, the opportunities are to be used within the framework of EU research grants e. International students and guest scientists are supported and assisted in their projects and by the relevant service facilities.
Supporting and assisting international students, scientists and guest scientists e. Quality assurance through the integration of international researchers and teachers for evaluation and review processes and for final oral examinations of doctoral programmes. Providing information on scientific career opportunities and the study, living and working conditions in Austria. The portfolio of further education offered by the Continuing Education Center has an international orientation and is also marketed towards prospective international students.
Guaranteeing the relevant support measures for incoming students through the service facilities provided e. Guaranteeing bilingual services and orientation facilities websites, information screens, career handbooks, etc. Considering the family circumstances of guest scientists from abroad e. Considering various access requirements and career paths of international employees.
Developing attractive, tailor-made initiatives for the recruitment procedures. Creating further education opportunities for administrative personnel incoming students within the framework of international staff exchange training programmes and networks. Publicity and acquisition measures for further education offered by the Continuing Education Center at a European and international level. Active promotion of alumni support by providing networking for the exchange of information between graduates and the students and employees of TU Wien through the TU Wien alumni club.
Providing bilingual services and orientation facilities websites, information screens, career hand-books, etc. Coordination and agreement of faculty-wide further education offered with the Continuing Education Center of TU Wien according to the valid guideline. Guaranteeing subject-specific support measures for incoming students within the framework of mobility programmes through programme coordinators e. One element of the Lisbon objectives is to increase the mobility of researchers. Linking the research and mobility strategies is intended, above all, to enable young researchers to gain international scientific experience, to establish contacts and to use other research institutes.
The framework conditions for student mobility are to be optimised and protected. Jointly developed international study programmes joint and double degrees are to prepare new teaching content in topical subject areas and thereby give additional impulses to teaching and mobility. By increasing the mobility of teachers, TU Wien expects value-added subject and teaching content, which will benefit teaching, not least its own.
Promoting and increasing the mobility of students and graduates with the research partners of TU Wien. Promoting the mobility of teachers and researchers through corresponding incentives: financial support for travel and accommodation, leave of absence, EU project initiation financing through reimbursement of costs for research, targeted support of short-term research work abroad.
Monitoring a standardised recognition practice of studies completed abroad in cooperation with the deans of studies. Monitoring and quality assurance of student mobility in cooperation with the faculties and the responsible service facilities e. Promoting leave of absence for research and teaching purposes in accordance with existing guidelines cf. Developing standardised guidelines for transparent and fair recognition of studies completed abroad for outgoing students. Recommendations from the deans of studies for students on which curricula modules can also be completed abroad and communication via programme coordinators e.
Information from programme coordinators e. Erasmus for students about strategic partner universities of TU Wien in agreement with the International Office. Monitoring and quality assurance of student mobility in cooperation with the relevant responsible bodies and service facilities awareness, credit transfer, programme diversity.
Unser internationales Profil
Guaranteeing a sustainable network of department coordinators for advice on and awareness of mobility programmes in cooperation with research partners. Special attention will be given to targeted recruitment of doctoral students and junior scientists. In regional marketing measures, TU Wien systematically uses the network of its international alumni. Developing target group-orientated, multimedia PR print and electronic media, presentations at fairs.