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Photonics Studies in Germany


The Erasmus+ Program

Higher education students and staff mobility offers the opportunity for higher education institutions to send students and staff abroad (in other Programme countries or other Partner countries) to study, teach, or train at participating institutions. They can also host incoming students and staff from abroad





The promotion of international exchanges for students to obtain international experience and intercultural competence is a declared aim of the internationalization strategy of the TUB. For the growing number of students and doctoral students exchange programs, international Master's degree programs and the Double- / Dual Master's programs will be further expanded. Since 2001, the tub is under the TIME network (Top Industrial Managers for Europe), an association of top-class technical universities in Europe, involved in the development of demanding curricula. This contributes to the development of TUB towards an excellent research and study location.

The ERASMUS+ mobility project with the Notre Dame University-Louaize (NDU) from the partner country Lebanon deepened active inter-university cooperation of TUB in the Middle East at a time marked by deep political conflicts in the region. The NDU is a politically independent leading university in Lebanon with many years of international relations with universities in Europe, particularly in France and Germany.

The declared aim of the internationalization strategy of the NDU is amplified to cooperate in Europe with German universities for scientific deepening of teaching and to improve laboratory practice in teaching. The aim is to strengthen the professional skills of students in bachelor and master degree programs through scientific laboratory practice, in particular in connection to relevant research topics and projects.


PHOENICIA Mobilities


Kick-off-Meeting, NDU, Lebanon, Juli 2016:


Prof. Hofmann (Project Cooridinator), and W. Hamad (TUB) at NDU, Lebanon.


Prof. Hamad introducing the NDU campus to the visitors from TU Berlin, Germany.


Kick-Off meeting with Profs. Hamad, Hayek (Dean), Hofmann (Project Cooridinator), Georges (Chair) and W. Hamad (TUB).


The kick-off meeting was attended by representatives of the International affairs department of NDU, faculty members like Prof. Bou-Sanayeh, Carlos Naffah, representing the DAAD office of Lebanon, Amer Helwani for the Erasmus+ Office and Peter Rimmele, Director in the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Beirut.


Profs. Hamad, Hofmann (Project Cooridinator), Georges (Chair) and W. Hamad (TUB) cooridinating the student exchange formalities.


Discussion with P. Gedeon (director International relations, NDU) about the student exchange program.


Prof. Hofmann (Project Cooridinator) and Prof. Georges (Chair) agreeing on program details.


Prof. Hofmann giving lectures at NDU.




Prof. Semaan Georges and Prof. Mustapha Hamad visiting TU Berlin, October 2016:


Introducing the TU Berlin campus after agreeing on student exchange formalities.





Prof. Werner Hofmann and Wissam Hamad visiting NDU, February 2017:


Prof. Werner Hofmann and Prof. Dr. Michel D. Hayek, Dean, NDU discussing about the PHOENICIA project.


Prof. Werner Hofmann teaching applied optoelectronics at NDU.


Prof. Werner Hofmann discussing with the students after the applied optoelectronics class.


Prof. Werner Hofmann with the selected grant fellows: Prof. Marwan Bou Sanayeh, Nataly Dalal, Serena Bou Nassar, Elio Nakhle, and Oliver Daou preparing for their Erasmus+ mobility to do studies in applied optoelectronics for three months at TU Berlin, Germany.


Elio Nakhle, Serena Bou Nassar, Nataly Dalal, Oliver Daou, Prof. Werner Hofmann, Prof. Semaan Georges, Prof. Marwan Bou Sanayeh and Wissam Hamad discussing travel formalities.


First Student Mobility from NDU to TU Berlin in June to August 2017:


Nataly Dalal, Serena Bou Nassar, Prof. Werner Hofmann, Wissam Hamad, Oliver Daou and Elio Nakhle at TU Berlin presenting their project results.


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