19 -23th October 2020, 1st students IP coordinated by Institute of Spatial Planning & SIMLAB, TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY VIENNA

The platform for presenting results of tasks conducted within the IP C3&C4, coordinated by the TU Wien project team ©simlab.


12-16th October 2020, VIENNA, AUSTRIA - The pilot site is “Seestadt Aspern”, Vienna*


We are delighted to announce the 1st students IP coordinated by Institute of Spatial Planning & SIMLAB, TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY VIENNA

The students’ candidates from the DANUBIAN_SMCs Consortium are invited to apply for the DANUBIAN_SMCs opportunity with their submissions, following the project and universities guidelines.

*The planned IP might change depending on the circumstances related to the Covid-19 situation.

More details about the IP can be found here. FURTHER DETAILS ON DEADLINES WILL FOLLOW!


Our first activity was held in Krems at Danube University Krems as developed in a blend format due the covid19 pandemic situation.

Danube University Krems

about partners

Danube University Krems is the leading public university for continuing education in Europe. With its expertise in teaching and research it works to overcome societal challenges. As university for continuing education we specialize in enhancing the qualifications of working professionals. The strength of Danube University Krems is providing university courses that keep pace with the times and are oriented toward current and future societal challenges. Approximately 8,240 students are currently enrolled in Danube University Krems, more than 24,500 have already completed their studies successfully.

Read more about the host of the training staff event here.

Professors' Call

Event: Creative Danube through joining the higher education staff in built environment & spatial development

Duration: 11th - 13th March 2020 | Leading organisation: DANUBE UNIVERSITY KREMS [DUK]

Deadline: 13.02.2020. For more informations see the documents here.

We are happy to announce first SHORT-TERM JOINT STAFF TRAINING EVENT within the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership DANUBIAN SMCs

This first short-term joint staff training event aims at connecting university staff of the participating organizations in an exchange of experiences, which will include elaboration of the teaching methods and formats in the field of inclusive development in small and medium-sized Danubian cities, lead to achieving new theoretical methods and guidelines through an innovative and cross-disciplinary body of knowledge and make it possible to adapt to the complex changes in the actual post-industrial SMCs along Danube. According to their profile, participants will acquire an active role in developing their educational resources using intelligent methodologies and formats. This collaborative process of creating the teaching material will allow to register the common problems within the SMCs and to bring on appropriate solutions.

DANUBIAN_SMCS conditions

This call is addressed to the staff members from the DANUBIAN_SMCS full partners. The eligible DABUBIAN_SMCs participation is 3 full days (excluding travel days) + contribution to the DABUBIAN_SMCs outputs materials. The accepted applicants get Erasmus+ travel support according to the Erasmus+ regulations and approved project grants (except in the case of the staff from the host).

More about the event host & leading organisation: DANUBE UNIVERSITY KREMS. The university for continuing education

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KICK OFF meeting in Budapest!

On 11th & 12th November 2019 we launched DANUBIAN_SMCs project!

Venue: BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS [BME] , Department of Urban Planning and Design, 1111 Budapest, Műegyetem rkp. 3.

DANUBIAN_SMCs project on partner universities pages: