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Development goals of RTU Institute of Energy Systems and Environment (IESE) – provision of material, technical and scientific basis for the development of Latvian science in the fields of energy and environmental sciences, carrying out scientific research, development of products and services with high added value with purpose to use them for the national economy and also approbate their commercialization on the market of innovative technologies with the help and support of other institutions as well as implement Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral-level study programmes.
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Established in May 2015, European Academy was created as a respond to the noticeable information gap between the and its beneficiaries. Due to the complexity of the funding environment and with often revising its frames and numerous rules, we have observed a lack of harmonised information in regards to existing opportunities, regulations, procedures and most importantly the contractual obligations and responsibilities that come with each ; Ιt has been really frustrating seeing brilliant ideas and funding applications failing again and again, and negative adjustments being imposed to projects of considerable size due to totally preventable mistakes. Therefore, building on our direct experience within the and the funding and project environment, European Academy was established with the sole purpose of providing knowledge transfer in highly specialised domains through accurate, in-depth and intensive tutoring and training.
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The Faculty of Economics and Management, being the largest faculty of University of Latvia, ensures studies and scientific research work in the field of economy and management, which correspond to the contemporary level and needs of Latvia.
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Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia (ISSP UL) was established in 1978 on the basis of two Laboratories: Semiconductor Physics and Ferro- and Piezoelectric Physics. Since 1986 the ISSP UL had the legal status of an independent scientific institution of the University. In 2006 ISSP UL was reorganized as the agency of the University of Latvia in 2006. Institute was transformed to the Scientific institute of University of Latvia
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