Erasmus+ Project in Collaboration with Université de Lorraine Mines Nancy




Dear Applied Mathematics Department faculty and students!

NTUU “KPI” Academic Mobility Division invites you to a presentation on the Erasmus+ project carried out in collaboration with a partner university, Université de Lorraine Mines Nancy, and LORIA: Lorraine Research Laboratory in Computer Science and its Applications (LORIA), France.

Within this project, students and faculty can go for study or on secondments according to the following table.

Target Audience

Number of Scholarships

Type of Activity

Mobility Period

Scholarship Size

Master students


(with a possibility of increasing)


(in French)


researching your own project

(in English)

Fall 2016 semester

€850/month + €275 for a round trip ticket

PhD students



(in English)

6 or 12 months

(May, 2016–May, 2017)

€850/month + €275 for a round trip ticket



teaching, seminars

(in English)

week or two weeks

€140/day + €275 for a round trip ticket


  • computer science, IT & applied mathematics
  • algorithms: computation, image processing and geometry
  • complex systems, biomedical engineering, artificial intelligence and robotics
  • networks, systems and services
  • knowledge and language management
  • energy, industrial engineering
  • material science & engineering

The presentation will takes place at 16:15, on February 16, 2016, in room 412-12.

More details about the project can be found on the NTUU “KPI” Academic Mobility Division website.