Vice Chancellor signs the ERASMUS + capacity building grant to receive funding from the European Commission
Faculty of Computing in a consortium have successfully secured a grant from the Capacity Building in Higher Education (CBHE) programme of ERASMUS + for a project titles ““Curricula Enrichment delivered through the Application of Location-based Services to Intelligent Transport Systems / LBS2ITS”.”. Dr Pradeep Kalansooriya.
ERASMUS+ is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. ERASMUS+ provides the opportunity for organizations from eligible Partner Countries such as Sri Lanka, mainly higher education institutions (HEIs), to promote cooperation through actions that build the capacity of national authorities to modernize their own higher education systems
On 09th February 2021 the Vice Chancellor of KDU, Major General Milinda Peiris has signed the agreement with the coordinator of the consortium, Technische University, Vienna, Austria, to receive funding to initiate the project. In addition to KDU, there were two other local partners namely, the University of Sabaragamuwa and the University of Moratuwa, and two International partners; Technische Universität Dresden, Germany and National Technical University of Athens, Greece in the Consortium.