Erasmus+ Stategic Partnerships
BeInterBaltic – Intersections in built environment
promoting interdisciplinary higher education in the Baltic Sea Region

Final BeInterBaltic Meeting in Tallinn (Mentors´ Meeting). The final BeInterBaltic project meeting, organized under the motto of the B.I.S.S. Conference 2018, takes place on May 24-26, in Tallinn, Estonia.

Final BeInterBaltic Meeting in Tallinn (Mentors´ Meeting). The final BeInterBaltic project meeting, organized under the motto of the B.I.S.S. Conference 2018, takes place on May 24-26, in Tallinn, Estonia. It is organized by Roode Liias, Professor for Facility Management at the Tallinn Technical University. The focus of the meeting is set on the finalization of the Methodological Guidelines for Teachers, which is one of the four intellectual outputs of the project. Another important topic which is going to be discussed during the meeting is the future of the consortium and its further joint research initiatives within the Baltic Sea region.

Parallel to this meeting there will be a second meeting, the one of the future BISS 2018 mentors, the so called Mentors´ Meeting. The focus of this meeting will be on the development of the thematic and methodological approaches which the mentors will be using, applying and testing during the fourth Baltic International Summer School in Hamburg. The mentors ‘couples will be identified and the joint sub-topics will be elaborated within the newly formed teaching ‘couples.

At the end, both partners and mentors will have the opportunity to extend the common discussion on interdisciplinary teaching and project development beyond the scope of the B.I.S.S. and the BeInterBaltic project, opening it to the public during the final B.I.S.S. Conference in Tallinn. The conference takes place on Friday, May 24, from 12:00-16:00 (EET) (see section above: Multiplier Event). Several renowned international experts in the field of the built environment from the Baltic Sea Region are invited to share publicly their expertise on interdisciplinary collaboration in the development of innovative projects for the built environment. Their input will be the inspiration for an open public discussion which later, in the breaks and during the networking time, can be split and narrowed down to more specific topics of interest.