The APPEAR scholar from Armenia, Tigran Keryan, is featured on the front page of the APPEAR website, as well as on the Activities and Scientifi Achievements page, with the update from his active participation in the pilot Case Study Courses … Continue reading →
The Pilot Case Study Courses have been successfully completed in Armenia and Georgia in the summer 2018: on 20-30 June, 2018 in Meghradsor community, Kotayk region, Armenia on 11-21 July, 2018 in Tsagveri community, Borjomi region, Geogia Reports of the … Continue reading →
In January 2018 Tigran Keryan, who has joined the BOKU CaucaSusT team as an associated PhD student, participated in the Transdisciplinarity Lab (TdLab) Winter School 2018 “Science meets Practice”, which took place in Wislikofen, Switzerland, organized by ETH Zurich. The … Continue reading →
Tigran Keryan (Armenia), and Lela Khartishvili (Georgia) have arrived to Austria and begun their work at BOKU ILEN! Both of them will engage in research supporting implementation and evaluation of the CaucaSusT project in the Caucasus.
This project is supported by the Austrian Integration Program for Higher Education and Research Development