ERASMUS INTENSIVE PROGRAM HERCULES 2014

Hercules_2014_PosterThe School of Building Engineering has participated in the 2nd edition of the Erasmus intenstive Program HERCULES, which took place in the Italian city of Pavia, after the first edition in Opole (Poland). The coordinator of this project at UPV is assoc. prof. Andrea Salandin.

Erasmus Intensive Programs (Erasmus IP) bring together students and teaching staff from differnt European Universities and degrees around a common project for a short period of time, usually 2 weeks (10 working days).

The goal of the HERCULES project is to use hand-free drawing as a communication tool between Architecture and Construction students so as to raise awareness of the cultural value of built herigate in the participating countries.

The associate Dean for International Relations of the School, professor Luis Palmero, joined the seminar and the UPV group of 5 students, who worked together with other students coming from Italy, Poland, Denmark and Finland.

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Erasmus Hercules 2014 (web del diario La Provincia Pavese)

 

 Link to the website of the 2nd Edition of the Erasmus Intensive Program HERCULES -2014