I am very happy to be acquainted with the “IndoAus Corner”, the website for alumni of Austrian universities. Well-deserved credit for this great initiative and my sincere thanks go to Dr. Khabib Mustofa.
I hope you, our distinguished Austrian alumni, will make use of the myriad opportunities offered by this website to maintain strong relations with Austria, your second home. You have spent a formative period of your lives gaining valuable knowledge and precious friends from Austria. You are now part of a growing family of people who play a crucial role in bringing our two countries closer together.
In like manner, the close cooperation between Austrian and Indonesian universities, in which Universitas Gadjah Mada and Innsbruck University play a prominent part, is a long-standing tradition. It is to be hoped that this fruitful exchange in which the special district Yogyakarta and the Federal State (province) of Tyrol play a special role will continue and strengthen in the years to come.
I am planning to get in touch with the alumni of Austrian universities in the near future and would be happy about any direct communication from your side
The application deadline for the ASEA-UNINET Science & Technology Grants for Indonesia 2015 was extended to February 10th, 2015.
On behalf of Prof. Tjoa, I would like to ask you to communicate this information widely to your colleagues and other potential candidates and to encourage them to apply!
If a potential candidate has problems in the process of receiving an acceptance letter from an Austrian university professor, please don’t hesitate to contact Prof. Tjoa who will assist in the process of finding the right supervisor.
Applicants will have to send their applications, including the attached application form, CV, research proposal and an acceptance letter from an Austrian university professor, to both (1) the National ASEA-UNINET Coordinator of Indonesia: Prof. Dr. Harno Dwi Pranowo harnodp[AT]ugm.ac.id and (2) by email to office[AT]asea-uninet.org before February 10th, 2015. For further details regarding application requirements, applicant qualifications and selection criteria please have a look at the attached call (“IND B - SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY GRANTS for INDONESIA 2015”).
Thanks for your collaboration and best regards from Vienna,
Niina Novak, MSc
Vienna University of Technology
Institute of Software Technology
The previous information is available here
The scholarship is provided by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Science and Research and administrated by ASEA-UNINET.
Condition of the grants:
- Ph.D. grants: € 1.100 / monthly for accommodation, insurance and living costs for a maximum of three years.
This amount is only sufficient for the living costs of 1 person. For every accompanying family member € 5.000.- have to be provided by the scholarship recipient from own resources in order to obtain a residence permit for this person.
Scholarship holders will be exempted from tuition fees in Austria.
- Sandwich – Ph.D. - Scholarships: € 1.100 / monthly for accommodation, insurance and living costs for a maximum of 12 months.
- Post-Doc grants: € 1.300 / monthly for accommodation, insurance and living costs for 3 - 9 months.
For more information, please download the flyer available here
Form to fulfil and complete is available here
We would need from the applicants:
- A RESEARCH PROPOSAL (3-5 pages)
- Curriculum Vitae
- AN ACCEPTANCE LETTER from the Austrian professor is willing to supervise the candidate
- A filled-in and completed Indonesian-Austrian Scholarship Application Form
Intercultural Dialogue depicts a significant and successful instrument in the exchange between cultures and religions. In order to further strengthen the concept of dialogue, the Austrian Foreign Ministry (FMeiA) founded the Task Force “Dialogue of Cultures” in 2007, further consolidating efforts and actively engaging in multilateral and bilateral initiatives in the field of intercultural and interreligious dialogue. The Task Force’s projects are characterized by continuous cooperation with civil society, composed of organizations and experts who dedicate their efforts to the promotion and advancement of dialogue as an indispensable concept.
This photo contest - entitled „Intercultural Encounters“ - describes the Task Force’s newest initiative and aims to capture impressions, encounters, and experiences in the field of dialogue in form of pictures. The project further serves as an attempt to illustrate the many facets of dialogue as well as the diversity in opinion, interpretation, and understanding of the photographers in respect to the presented concept. A central aspect is “travelling”, which presents an imperative tool to approach and explore different cultures and religions.
Among all received photos, the most impressive and meaningful ones will be selected for the award by our jury. The best photos will become part of an exhibition that will travel through our Austrian Cultural Fora abroad and thus further promote the concept of intercultural and interreligious dialogue through your demonstrations. The three winners will be awarded with a camera by Lomo.
For further Information, please find the document available here
Based on the Agreement between the Indonesian Ministry of Education and the Austrian Ministry of Science and Research and the agreement between the Directorate General of Higher Education of the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia (DIKTI) and the Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research (OeAD-GmbH) in cooperation with ASEA-UNINET; scholarships for Indonesian students at Austrian universities for the academic year 2014/2015 are hereby announced.
For further information, please check the document available here
On March 26-29, 2013, an International Conference on ICT called ICTEurasia Conference was held as a collaboration between Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) and Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna). The conference also had a special track on THE 2013 ASIAN CONFERENCE ON AVAILABILITY, RELIABILITY AND SECURITY (Asia-ARES 2013).
The conference was supported by several organizations, among others :
- IFIP – International Federation for Information Processing
- ASEA UNINET – Asean-European University Network
- EURASIA-PACIFIC University Network
- OeAD, Österreichischer Austauschdienst, Austria
- Secure Business Austria, Austria
The conference was officially opened by Vice Rector for Cooperation and Alumni Affairs of UGM, Prof. Dr. Dwikorita Karnawati, preceded by offficial speech by Dr. Andreas Karabaczek (Ambassador of Republic Austria for Indonesia), Prof. Dr. A Min Tjoa (ASEA-Uninet Cooprdinator) and Prof. Dr. Erich Neuhold (Representative from IFIP), participated in by about 140 participants coming from 17 countries.
There were 24 papers for ICTEurasia, and 38 paper for Asia-ARES, some of them were presented remotely using ICT. The complete Program Guide can be found here, while some documentation in for of pictures can be found here
Pemerintah Austria melalui Asean-European University Network (ASEA-UNINET) pada tahun ini kembali menawarkan beasiswa untuk program Post-Doc, PhD, Sandwich PhD serta short research visit (1 bulan). Beasiswa tersebut adalah untuk bidang teknologi, sains serta ekonomi.
Informasi lebih lanjut, silahkan kunjungi http://oia.ugm.ac.id/interface/?s=asea+uninet
Jakarta, 22 June 2011. After the topping off of the innovative building was celebrated by the Austrian Federal President, Dr. Heinz Fischer, and Governor Fauzi Bowo in November 2010, today the Vice-Governor of Jakarta, the Secretary-General of KEMLU, jointly with the DG for Infrastructure at the Austrian Foreign Ministry, Nikolaus Marschik, and the Austrian Ambassador to Indonesia, Klaus Wölfer, officiated the first flag-hoisting at the new "Green" Austrian Embassy in Menteng.