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University of Tartu - Baltic Sea Region Studies (Master's programme)
Pauline Court, 2nd year student from France shares her opinion about the University of Tartu, her study programme and peculiarities of a student life in Tartu.
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Cikala Le Pong Pong, arr. by Ken Steven, Parahyangan Catholic University Choir, IBSCC 2018
Cikala Le Pong Pong, performed by Parahyangan Catholic University Choir from Indonesia, conductor Ivan Yohan. 3rd International Baltic Sea Choir Competition (IBSCC), Grand Prix Competition, September 23, 2018. IBSCC take place yearly on September in Latvia and is hosted by the city of Jurmala near the Baltic sea. This high quality choral competition take place in the Small Hall of Dzintari Concert Hall - a place highly suited for choral singing. IBSCC is intended for mixed, male and female high level amateur choirs that compete for GRAND PRIX and other prizes. More information: www.balticchoir.com
Climate change in the Baltic Sea Basin by Anna Rutgersson, Uppsala University.
Keynote presentation at Session Climate Change. SmartSea seminar Future of the Gulf of Bothnia, 18th-19th September 2018, Vaasa. Get the pdf presentation here: http://smartsea.fmi.fi/etusivu/articles-2/
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Baltic University Programme SAIL 2018
About how about 40 people sailed the Baltic sea, talked about sustainable development and created new ideas. Project coordinated by Baltic University Programme Music used: Ewert and the Two Dragons - Sailor Man
The Story of The Baltic University (teaser)
The Baltic University (1946-1949) Adventure and struggle. The Baltic University (Hamburg 1946-1949) was a unique institute: it was created in the midst of chaos and started under most difficult conditions in devastated Germany. At the beginning there was no scientific equipment and no means to acquire anything, no salaries for teachers. Despite these facts academic people of the three Baltic states organised within a few months a university in Hamburg with eight faculties with 17 departments. It gave Baltic refugees within the British zone, for whom it was hardly possible to achieve a place at German universities, a chance to leave the, sometimes depressing, refugee camps and start to study at the university. But soon after the university opened its doors the struggle began. The story of the Baltic University. Adventure and struggle – will be released on September 2015 - film by Helga Merits
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International Business - Business in the Baltic Sea Region
Institution: Pskov State University Course: International Business - Business in the Baltic Sea Region __________________________________________________________ URL: http://fef1.pskgu.ru/page/8391e926-1c8f-4146-a2aa-d4fb01599760 __________________________________________________________ The Master’s Degree Programme Business in the Baltic Sea Region offered at Pskov State University is fully conforming to Russian and European educational standards. It has been co-developed by the EuroFaculty-Pskov Consortium, a programme of the Council of the Baltic Sea States. Leading universities in the Baltic Sea Region participated in the development of the programme (University of Turku (Finland), Trondheim Business School (Norway), Roskilde University (Denmark), Stockholm School of Economics in Saint-Petersburg, University of Latvia, University of Tartu (Estonia), Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics and European University Viadrina (Germany). The mission of the programme is to educate and train highly-qualified and internationally recognized professionals who are capable to effectively implement their analytical and research competences, leadership skills, innovation methods and specific knowledge in the process of development and introduction of business management strategies within the context of highly competitive markets and rapidly changing business environments. The curriculum of the programme includes major knowledge areas necessary for successful business development within the context of international business as well as elective courses providing students with sufficient freedom of choice for defining their own professional growth in accordance with their career objectives and interests. A crucial component of the programme is the provision of an international study experience through a multitude of difference means, such as student exchange or joint courses or modules with universities abroad. E-mail: [email protected]
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Baltic University Programme presentation
Short presentation of the Baltic University Programme. This version is without sound.
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The Baltic Sea
Slide presentation of the Baltic Sea by Environmental and Marine Biology at the Department of Biosciences at Åbo Akademi University
Views: 600 Åbo Akademi
GeoDay2013 of BFU of I.Kant. Baltic Sea!
Once a year we meet on baltic shore and celebrate University graduation anniversary. Geografical faculty of BFU of I.Kant met this year 6th time! Hooray!
Views: 282 Anton Tosh
BALTIC SEA UFO on the Moon?
OK so, if you do a side by side comparison the Baltic Sea anomaly and this are not exact matches but that doesn't really matter. The weirdness in general, the out-of-placeness, the shape, the hybrid rectangle/circle and the port looking thing. The general pattern of both is nearly identical if you overlay a BSA image on top of this one and flip it horizontally. You almost get the impression that this could be the top half of the same type of object that's laying on the floor of the Baltic Sea right now. Regardless, what is that? The image is real, from NASA. I tried to see it as a rock but that seemed hard. Now more than ever I want to see the BSA dragged onto the deck of a ship, Dennis. Oh yeah, the end bit with the coloration is to give you and idea of what I image it could be. Image credit - NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University Music - is by wowforreeel
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Titanium Found On Baltic Sea Object
In a just released report the scientists at the University of Israel report in their finding that much titanium has been found on the strange Baltic Sea anomaly. The Ocean Explorer team is also getting other samples tested and those results are still to come. http://www.oceanexplorer.se/test-results-with-the-description-from-the-object/oceanxteam_reportoct2013-public/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titanium http://www.oceanexplorer.se/test-results/ http://www.gofundme.com/oceanxteam Five Armies Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Has the mystery of the Baltic Sea Anomaly finally been solved?
Has the mystery of the Baltic Sea Anomaly finally been solved? THE mystery of the Baltic Sea Anomaly may have finally been solved following frenzied speculation over the origins of the mysterious object. Explorers discovered the odd-shaped object on the ocean bed of the Baltic Sea in June 2011. Dubbed the Baltic Sea Anomaly, the object is a 70-metre long (210 feet) strangely-shaped feature that showed up on sonar laying 100 metres (300 feet) beneath the waves. Theories as to what the Anomaly could be have ranged from the interesting to the outrageous, with some claiming it could be part of fleet of crashed UFOs on ocean floor. Some conspiracy theorists even point out it bears a striking resemblance to the Star Wars Millennium Falcon with a steel grey appearance. Others have claimed it could be the remains of a sunken city lost to the waves years ago. However, a group of divers collected samples from the mysterious entity and gave their finding to scientists who determined that the Baltic Sea Anomaly is simply a glacial deposit. Much of the Baltic Sea was carved out by moving glaciers during the Ice Age. Research undertaken by scientists from Stockholm University has revealed the Baltic Sea Anomaly is leftovers from that process. Volker Brüchert, an associate professor of geology at Stockholm University, said: "I was surprised when I researched the material I found a great black stone that could be a volcanic rock. “My hypothesis is that this object, this structure was formed during the Ice Age many thousands of years ago. "Because the whole northern Baltic region is so heavily influenced by glacial thawing processes, both the feature and the rock samples are likely to have formed in connection with glacial and postglacial processes. "Possibly these rocks were transported there by glaciers." The 26ft tall object was discovered by Swedish explorer Peter Lindberg and his Ocean X team of marine explorers during a dive searching for a shipwreck. Despite the findings from Mr Brüchert, Ocean X maintain that it is not a natural structure. Stefan Hogerborn, part of the Ocean X team, said their electrical equipment stopped working when they got to within 200 metres of the anomaly on the Baltic seabed. He is quoted by NDTV as saying: “Anything electric out there – and the satellite phone as well – stopped working when we were above the object.” “And then we got away about 200 meters and it turned on again, and when we got back over the object it didn’t work.”
Views: 405 Vigorously Live
Phosphorus flux around the Baltic Sea
Baltic Eye at Stockholm university's Baltic Sea Center has released a Policy Brief about Phosphorous fluxes. The main conclusion is that we, by improving manure recycling in agriculture we can take an important step towards closing the phosphorous cycle.
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Baltic Sea Future 2017 - Current state of research on eutrophication
Current state of research on eutrophication of the Baltic Sea Annika Svanbäck, Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre
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Baltic Sea Future 2017 - Need for a broader ecosystem view in Baltic fisheries management
Gustaf Almqvist, Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre
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Eutrophication in the Baltic Sea: Student project
A short movie about eutrophication in the Baltic Sea for the Environmental Chemistry (KEM490) Course at Gothenburg University
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Is the Baltic Sea damaged for good?
Is the Baltic Sea damaged for good? Marine biology researcher Marie Nordström answers the question in Åbo Akademi University Science Bites new video about the Baltic Sea! Production, design & editing: Johanna Bruun Production and sound: Nicklas Hägen Underwater footage of Saduria entomon and more: Michał Procajło (https://www.underwater-passion.com) Åbo Akademi University communications www.abo.fi
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Physics and Chemistry of the Baltic Sea
Prof. Anders Omstedt, University of Gothenburg in Sweden
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Baltic Sea Region Conference 2009
Movie promoting BSRC 2009 which will be held in the promisses of Medical University of Warsaw! Feel invited and visit our web site - www.brsc.pl
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Who consumes the Baltic Sea fish?
Professor Sture Hansson has the answer.
Rostock and Warnemunde Germany Baltic Sea - A jorney of discovery, Vladimir Sterzer
Rostock is a North German circular city, university and Hanseatic city on the Baltic Sea. It is located in the district of Mecklenburg of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. With 206,011 inhabitants (2015) it is the most populous city as well as currently the only major city of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Along with Schwerin, Neubrandenburg, Stralsund and Greifswald, the Regiopole is one of the four upper centers of the country and is culturally and economically a significant city in the southern eastern seas. Music Vladimir Sterzer: 0:00 Our autumn (Piano Version) from the Album "The Message to another Time" 4:46 I miss you (Piano Version) from the Album "The Message to another Time" 9:02 A Legend Of A Violet Soul (Piano Version) from the Album "The Message to another Time" Video: Vladimir Sterzer ★Please subscribe my channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLNRMsRhDMpidduAqsWB3eg?sub_confirmation=1 ★Best Playlist of the Channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgQabkIxwNM&list=PL7cr1emFUYryR7dMs6gxvZDBlDvxs3ta2 ★Buy music ▶ https://itunes.apple.com/de/artist/vladimir-sterzer/id371510609 ★Music Sheets ▶ http://vladimirsterzer.musicaneo.com/ ★Facebook ▶ https://www.facebook.com/Vladimir-Sterzer-117703618294288/ ★VKontakte ▶ https://vk.com/id271621526 ★Odnoklassniki ▶ https://ok.ru/vladimirsterzer ★Official Site ▶ http://www.vladimirsterzer.com/ ★Collaboration ▶ [email protected]
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Eutrophication and the laws of the Baltic Sea
EUTROPHICATION AND THE LAWS OF THE BALTIC SEA International and EU Law in the Baltic Sea: a Basis for Social-ecological Resilience Brita Bohman, Doctoral candidate at Stockholm University: Prerequisites and potential obstacles to effective legal governance in the Baltic Sea area Comparative Legal Research on National Approaches Annika Nilsson, Lecturer at Uppsala University, former Postdoc at BEAM: Legal approaches to controlling emissions of nutrients - a comparative search for ecosystem based management Helle Tegner Anker, Professor at Copenhagen University: Report from Denmark Maciej Nyka, Doctor at Gdansk University: Report from Poland Kaarel Relve, Lecturer at University of Tartu: Report from Estonia Annika Nilsson, Lecturer at Uppsala University, former Postdoc at BEAM: Report from Emission trading Katak Malla, Researcher at Stockholm University: Legal prerequisites for a nutrient trading scheme to control eutrophication in the Baltic Sea Panel Discussion www.su.se/beam
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New research vessel to help reduce Baltic Sea pollution
At 24 metres long and crammed with high-tech equipment, Stockholm University’s new research vessel Electra af Askö has been carefully adapted to research in the Baltic Sea. The vessel will give researchers across an array of disciplines a better view of pollution in the Baltic Sea. http://www.su.se/english/about/profile-areas/climate-seas-and-environment/new-research-vessel-to-help-reduce-baltic-sea-pollution-1.299761
The Baltic Sea Pipelines and EU Law | Kim Talus
http://fsr.eui.eu/event/webinar-baltic-sea-pipelines-eu-law/ Live online seminar recording from 23 May 2017 Professor Kim Talus (University of Eastern Finland and University of Helsinki) on the Baltic Sea pipelines and EU law organised by the FSR Energy Law & Policy Area At present, Russia accounts for one third of the EU’s gas imports, a persistently troubling dependency for the EU. Since the announcement in 2015 of the Russian state-controlled energy group Gazprom’s $11 billion Nord Stream 2 project, intended to pipe natural gas from Russia across the Baltic Sea into Germany, it has been a contentious and deeply divisive issue among Member States. The EU has struggled to reach a consensus on the economic merits of the development versus the risks of strengthening Russia’s dominance in the European gas market and, in turn, being held captive to geopolitical manoeuvres. Multiple vying perspectives have drawn on EU law and EU internal energy market rules in arguments and counter arguments over the development of the pipeline. With both Russia and Germany having eschewed an intergovernmental agreement, what lies ahead for Nord Stream 2? Is Nord Stream 2 compatible with the principles of the Energy Union? With diversification and security of supply arguments against the project having already been rejected, to what extent, if at all, can EU law be applied to the project?
Global Governance Series: New Normal For European Security Architecture? Baltic Sea Region
Global Governance Series: New Normal For European Security Architecture? Vision from the Baltic Sea Region Roundtable discussion with UN Ambassadors: Janis Mazeiks, Permanent Representative of Latvia to the UN Audra Plepyté, Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the UN Olof Skoog, Permanent Representative of Sweden to the UN as well as Dr. Lauri Mälksoo, Professor of International Law, University of Tartu, Estonia; Fellow, Wilson Center The talk was moderated by Ambassador Yuriy Sergeyev, Senior Fellow & Lecturer at Yale and Former Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations. The discussion focused on the current security threats in northern Europe and the Baltic region, future of European defense architecture and the role of international organizations in the region. The Global Governance Series is organized and co-sponsored by Yuriy Sergeyev and the European Studies Council at the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale University.
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Baltic Sea Battles - Tanks On Other Fronts  I OUT OF THE TRENCHES
Indy sits in the Chair of Wisdom again to answer your questions about World War 1. This week we talk about naval battles in the Baltic Sea and the use of tanks on other fronts than the Western Front. » HOW CAN I SUPPORT YOUR CHANNEL? You can support us by sharing our videos with your friends and spreading the word about our work.You can also support us financially on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thegreatwar You can also buy our merchandise in our online shop: http://shop.spreadshirt.de/thegreatwar/ Patreon is a platform for creators like us, that enables us to get monthly financial support from the community in exchange for cool perks. » WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT WORLD WAR I AND WHERE ELSE CAN I FIND YOU? We’re offering background knowledge, news, a glimpse behind the scenes and much more on: reddit: http://bit.ly/TheGreatSubReddit Facebook: http://bit.ly/WW1FB Twitter: http://bit.ly/WW1Series Instagram: http://bit.ly/ZpMYPL » CAN I EMBED YOUR VIDEOS ON MY WEBSITE? Of course, you can embed our videos on your website. We are happy if you show our channel to your friends, fellow students, classmates, professors, teachers or neighbours. Or just share our videos on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit etc. We are also happy to get your feedback, criticism or ideas in the comments. If you have interesting historical questions, just post them and we will answer in our OUT OF THE TRENCHES videos. You can find a selection of answers to the most frequently asked questions here: http://bit.ly/OOtrenches » CAN I SHOW YOUR VIDEOS IN CLASS? Of course! Tell your teachers or professors about our channel and our videos. We’re happy if we can contribute with our videos. If you are a teacher and have questions about our show, you can get in contact with us on one of our social media presences. » WHAT ARE YOUR SOURCES? Videos: British Pathé Pictures: Mostly Picture Alliance Background Map: http://d-maps.com/carte.php?num_car=6030&lang=en Literature (excerpt): Gilbert, Martin. The First World War. A Complete History, Holt Paperbacks, 2004. Hart, Peter. The Great War. A Combat History of the First World War, Oxford University Press, 2013. Hart, Peter. The Great War. 1914-1918, Profile Books, 2013. Stone, Norman. World War One. A Short History, Penguin, 2008. Keegan, John. The First World War, Vintage, 2000. Hastings, Max. Catastrophe 1914. Europe Goes To War, Knopf, 2013. Hirschfeld, Gerhard. Enzyklopädie Erster Weltkrieg, Schöningh Paderborn, 2004 Michalka, Wolfgang. Der Erste Weltkrieg. Wirkung, Wahrnehmung, Analyse, Seehamer Verlag GmbH, 2000 Leonhard, Jörn. Die Büchse der Pandora: Geschichte des Ersten Weltkrieges, C.H. Beck, 2014 If you want to buy some of the books we use or recommend during our show, check out our Amazon Store: http://bit.ly/AmazonTGW NOTE: This store uses affiliate links which grant us a commission if you buy a product there. » WHAT IS “THE GREAT WAR” PROJECT? THE GREAT WAR covers the events exactly 100 years ago: The story of World War I in realtime. Featuring: The unique archive material of British Pathé. Indy Neidell takes you on a journey into the past to show you what really happened and how it all could spiral into more than four years of dire war. Subscribe to our channel and don’t miss our new episodes every Thursday. » WHO IS REPLYING TO MY COMMENTS? AND WHO IS BEHIND THIS PROJECT? Most of the comments are written by our social media manager Florian. He is posting links, facts and backstage material on our social media channels. But from time to time, Indy reads and answers comments with his personal account, too. The Team responsible for THE GREAT WAR is even bigger: - CREDITS - Presented by : Indiana Neidell Written by: Indiana Neidell Director: Toni Steller & Florian Wittig Director of Photography: Toni Steller Sound: Toni Steller Mixing, Mastering & Sound Design: www.above-zero.com Editing: Julian Zahn Motion Design: Philipp Appelt Research by: Indiana Neidell Fact checking: Markus Linke The Great War Theme composed by Karim Theilgaard: http://bit.ly/karimyt A Mediakraft Networks Original Channel Based on a concept by Spartacus Olsson Author: Indiana Neidell Visual Concept: Astrid Deinhard-Olsson & David van Stephold Executive Producer: Spartacus Olsson Producer: Toni Steller & Florian Wittig Social Media Manager: Florian Wittig Contains licenced Material by British Pathé All rights reserved - © Mediakraft Networks GmbH, 2016
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The Baltic Sea - What are the most urgent challenges? (with Christina Rudén)
Professor in regulatory ecotoxicology and toxicology at the department of applied environmental science at Stockholm university. Board member sustainable seas foundation.
Baltic Sea Environment 1: What it looks like – physical geography of the Baltic
BSE Session 1. The physical geography of the Baltic Sea is described. Scientific coordinator: Prof. Lars Håkanson, Uppsala University. Producers: Jan-Olof Fällman, Lars Rydén. Participants: Lars Rydén, Director, The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University. Liucija Baskauskas, Dr. Director Tele-3, Vilnius. Erik Svanström, Archeologist, Gotland Strig Strömholm, Prof. Rector Uppsala University. Mikael Esping, Producer Lars Håkanson, Prof. Uppsala University. Andrzej Kowalczewski, Assoc. Prof, University of Warsaw. Victor Ionov, Assoc. Prof. St. Petersburg State University. Ulf Erlingsson, Dr. Uppsala University. Zbigniew Haber, Prof. Agricultural University of Poznan. Johan Persson, Uppsala University. Mats Wallin, Uppsala University. Witold Lenart, Assoc. Prof, University of Warsaw. Music by the Student orchestra Kruthornen. Production year: 1991. Duration: 01.58.40.
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Baltic Sea Environment 3: Too much – Eutrophication of the Baltic Sea
BSE Session 3. Describes Eutrophication of the Baltic Sea. Scientific coordinator: Prof. Curt Forsberg, Uppsala University. Producers: Jan-Olof Fällman, Lars Rydén. Participants: Lars Rydén, Director, The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University. Fredrik Wulff, Prof., Stockholm University. Oleg Savchuk, Dr. State Oceanographic Institute, St. Petersburg. Ingemar Ahlgren, Assoc. Prof., Uppsala University. Ulf Larsson, Stockholm University Curt Forsberg, Prof. Uppsala University. Gunnar Persson, Swedish Environmental protection Agency, Uppsala. Lars Bergström, Prof. Swedish University of Agriculture. Emin Tengström, Prof., University of Gothenburg. Marcin Plinski, University of Gdansk. Torbjörn Willén, Swedish Environmental protection Agency, Uppsala. Edna Graneli, Lund University. Lillemor Lévan, Lund University. Sture Hansson, Stockholm University. Maciej Zalewski, Prof., University of Lodz. Roman Zytkowicz, Dr, Torun University Ulrika Stensdotter, Uppsala University. Music by the student orchestra Kruthornen. Production year: 1991. Duration: 01.59.04.
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Baltic Sea Environment 5: Too Dangerous – Industrial  pollution and emissions
BSE Session 5. Industrial emissions and pollutants affecting the Baltic sea are described. Toxicology as well as hotspots are also discussed Scientific coordinators: Prof. Bjarne Holmbom and Erkki Leppäkoski from Åbo Akademi University. Producers: Jan-Olof Fällman, Uffe Wikström and Lars Rydén. Participants: Lars Rydén, Director, The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University. Prof. Bjarne Holmbom,Åbo Akademi University Prof. Erkki Leppäkoski, Åbo Akademi University Assoc. Prof. Mikko Hupa, Åbo Akademi University Prof. Janusz Pempkowiak, Institute of Oceanology, Sopot Prof. Christoffer Rappe, Umeå University Dir. Håkan Romantschuk, Finnish Peroxides Helvi Hödrejärv, Tallinn Technical University Alf Björklund, Åbo Akademi University Leonid Tichomirow, St. Petersburg State University Music by Axelbandet. Production year: 1992. Duration: 01.59.20.
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Baltic International Summer School - B.I.S.S. 2018
Baltic International Summer School - B.I.S.S. August 2018, HafenCity University, Hamburg, Germany Kindly co-funded by the HafenCity GmbH, https://www.hafencity.com/ Realized within the Erasmus+ Project "BeInterBaltic". Topic: “Beyond Urban Flows - Architecture and Engineering for Transition Places“. The Baltic International Summer School 2018 at HCU Hamburg gives a common ground for a continuous academic network of 8 universities from the Baltic Sea Region and between all disciplines of the built environment as architects, engineers, urban planners, designers ans other related professions. The B.I.S.S is based on two essential foundations. The content-related foundation formed by the urban design approach for the cities of tomorrow and the multidisciplinary integration and active participation of all disciplines of the built environment. The methodological fundaments aim at developing, training and strengthening professional and academic skills for successful interdisciplinary project work. The B.I.S.S topic reflects on relevant design, socialpolitical and environmental issues for our cities of tomorrow. The motto „think the link“ indicates the interdisciplinary approach searching for ties and correlation between experiences, cultures, cities and objects of the built environment. Joint identification of the existing problems, examination of various methods and elaboration of possible solutions will strengthen the cross-functional competences of protagonists of the built environment referring to their different academic and cultural background. Film production kindly funded by the HafenCity GmbH, https://www.hafencity.com/
Universities as bridge-builders in the Baltic Sea Region: universities and the success of the EUSBSR
Since the fall of the Berlin Wall integration has been on the agenda in the Baltic Sea Region. Early, universities were important actors. However, with the 2004 enlargement, commitment partially moved to other agencies. The question discussed is how universities again can support this integration? Participants: Oscar Wåglund Söderström, State Secretary to Minister for EU- affairs, Government Offices of Sweden. Daniel Tarschys, Professor Political Science, Stockholm University. Alf Vanags, Director BICEPS, Stockholm School of EconomicsRiga. Anders Paalzow, Rector and Professor of Business, Stockholm School of Economics Riga. Eva Åkesson, Rector and Professor, Uppsala University. Colin Wolfe, Program Manager EU policys, DG Regio (on video). Eitvydas Bajarunas, Ambassador, Lithuanian Embassy. Claes Levinsson, Researcher, UCRS Uppsala University.
UNF Chamber Singers Baltic Tour : Lithuania | 2018
The University of North Florida Chamber Singers' 2018 "American Celebration on Music in the Baltic" tour. (Part 1/2) In the Early Summer of 2018, The UNF Chamber Singers set out on a ten day tour through the Baltic States of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. The Singers would officially perform at four spectacular venues throughout the Baltics. Furthermore, the chamber singers would have the opportunity to both meet and interact with several world famous composers (Including Lithuanian Composer Voclovas Augistinas), as well as sight see in some of the most incredible cities in the world. Performance of "Tykus Tykus " with Voclavas Augustines in Kaunas, Lithuania: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bEfxqRt27M ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Conductor and Program Lead - Dr. Cara Tasher Faculty Bio - https://www.unf.edu/facultyforum/Dr__Cara_Tasher.aspx ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Chamber Singers: (Sopranos) Tenor Bass Molly Ann Anderson, Juliana Galletti, Yevgeniya Gnezdilova-Tadi, Megan Hines, Madeline Mangas, Alexandria Pecoraro, Calieanne Procter, Alexis Yost (Altos) Ellison Donihue, Marinette Gomez, Holly Hammond, Erin Hawortsh, Anna Mans, India White, Maggie Stephens, (Tenors) Aidan Berry, Andrew Braun, Alex Furlong, Michael Godfrey, Caleb Hausman, Dwayne Stanton (Basses) Kurt Boyd, James Houck IV, Wilford Kelly, Joeavian Rivera Quintana, Joseph Smith, Rob Vincent More Information on the UNF Chamber Singers: The University of North Florida Chamber Singers is the main recruiting ensemble of the UNF Choral Department, offering a diverse and well-balanced repertoire, remarkable student leadership, and world-class music-making opportunities. The ensemble performs up to 20 challenging and dazzling concerts per year, and is noted for its highly emotive performances. Rigorous auditions occur at the beginning of each academic year and excellence and enthusiasm in solo and choral music performance skills are hallmarks of this ensemble. Annual choral highlights include Jacksonville SINGS! Honor Chorus Festival, Osprey Choral Showcases, and Handel’s Messiah. Recent masterworks performed by the ensembles include Dream of Gerontius, Missa Solemnis and Belshazzar’s Feast with the Jacksonville Symphony, Bach St. John’s Passion, Brahms Requiem, Mozart Requiem and Orff Carmina Burana in collaboration with the UNF Orchestra, Lawson Ensemble and other talented forces. In recent years, singers have worked with Michael Barrett, Simon Carrington, Chanticleer, Bob Chilcott, Simon Halsey, Nicole Lamartine, Joey Martin, Gene Peterson, Eugene Rogers, Sandra Snow, Eric Whitacre, and the Yuval Ron Ensemble. They were featured performers in the State American Choral Director’s Association (ACDA) state conferences (2013 and 2017), and in the 2014 ACDA Southern Regional Conference. Their international profile includes choral tours to Italy, Portugal, South Africa, and now the Baltic States. In all of their endeavors, members of the UNF Chamber Singers work to deeply understand the music they sing and the cultures from which it comes. Singers perform with the highest artistic standards and find tremendous joy in making the music come alive. Chamber Singers UNF Page: https://www.unf.edu/coas/music/Chamber_Singers.aspx -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dates & Locations /Baltic Tour: 30 April @ 6:30pm St. John’s Church, Vilnius Šv. Jono Krikštytojo 1 May @ 6:30pm St. Francis Xavier, Kaunas Šv. Pranciškus Ksaveras 4 May @ 10:00am Eriks Esenvalds, Riga 3 May @ 6:00pm St. John’s Church, Riga Rīgas Svētā Jāņa baznīca 6 May @ 10am Pärt Uusberg, Tallinn 6 May @ 6:00pm House of Blackheads, Tallinn Mustpeade maja ---------------------------- A film by Austin Perkins Otter Space Productions 2018
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The Baltic Sea - Why should different stakeholders get involved? (with Magnus Breitholtz)
Magnus Breitholtz - Professor at the department of environmental science and analytical chemistry at Stockholm university. Member of the steering group of Baltic Sea Future Congress.
SWE-GER Baltic Sea course 2015
READ MORE: http://bit.ly/1KGAx2E The returning international Baltic Sea course that Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research in Warnemünde, IOW, and Stockholm University jointly organize has just ended. During one week 20 Swedish and German students have learned and practiced research methods for studying the Baltic Sea, from the seascape to the nearest coastal zone.
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140000 Year Old Alien Ship Found At Bottom of The Baltic Sea?
140000 Year Old Alien Ship Found At Bottom of The Baltic Sea? Swedish explorer Peter Lindberg and his Ocean X Team of marine explorers discovered a truly mysterious object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, later to be likened to the Millennium Falcon. Lindberg’s team describes themselves as treasure hunters and salvage operators who specialize in underwater searches for sunken “antique high-end alcoholic beverages and historic artifacts”. They were on a dive search in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland for an old shipwreck when they discovered the strange object, which is now called the Baltic Sea Anomaly. As they were approaching the object, the side-scan sonar they used to detect the shipwreck stopped working. According to Stefan Hogerborn, a professional diver within the Ocean X team, “Anything electric out there, and the satellite phone as well, stopped working when we were above the object, then when we got away about 200 meters, it turned on again.” According to Ocean X, the anomaly has an appearance of “rough granite” and is round in shape. It is 3 to 4 meters thick and approximately 60 meters in diameter, stands on an 8-meter tall pillar-like feature, and is located at a depth of 85 to 90 meters. It was on their second expedition that the team found something that looks like a staircase and a round black hole which goes directly into the structure. The anomaly is made of metal and is said to be approximately 140,000 years old! Based on that hypothesis, the Baltic Sea Anomaly would have been formed during the Ice Age. A sample recovered by divers found that the object contained limonite and goethite – metals that Israeli geologist Steve Weine claims could not have been naturally reproduced in this form. A counterargument has been served by Swedish geologists Fredrik Klingberg and Martin Jakobsson that the compositions of the samples are not uncommonly found in sea beds and that they can indeed be formed by nature itself. However, sonar devices found drag marks behind the object, and Weiner says according to his tests, the structure is not a geological formation. The stone samples have also been analyzed by associate professor of Geology at Stockholm University, Volker Bruchert, who found that most of the samples were granites, gneisses, and sandstones. He also found a single loose piece of basaltic (volcanic) rock, which is not common to be found on the seafloor, but also not unusual. He claims that these rocks were possibly transported by ice glaciers since the Baltic region is heavily influenced by glacial processes, in which Danish archaeologist Jørgen Dencker also supported this claim. Some claim the object to be a remnant of a World War II Nazi anti-submarine device and considered that it could also be a damaged gun turret from an old battleship. Another claim was that of Göran Ekberg, marine archaeologist at Maritime Museum in Stockholm, who thinks that it was indeed a geological formation. He conceded that the findings are indeed unusual, especially because of its circular shape, but that nature has produced things that were stranger and far more unusual than the Baltic Sea Anomaly. Other experts say that the formation may be a pillow basalt, a moraine, or the product of a hydrothermal vent. But the most controversial claim about the Baltic Sea Anomaly was that it was of alien technology, perhaps, a part of an alien ship that happened to fall into the Baltic Sea. All of the explanations given by different experts seem to contradict each other, and until now, there has been no new information or test results to explain the Baltic Sea Anomaly. Denis Asberg, a member of the Ocean X team, said that they have contacted geologists and marine biologists, who all said that they had never seen anything like the Baltic Sea Anomaly. This has triggered more tests and analyses to be performed by other experts. Since there is really no absolute explanation for the Anomaly and how it could have gotten where it is now, this may remain one of the many enigmas of the world that are beyond human knowledge. Source: https://www.beyondsciencetv.com
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China & Russia: Shenzhen MSU-BIT University, international energy deal, Baltic Sea joint drills
China & Russia: Shenzhen MSU-BIT University, international energy deal, Baltic Sea joint drills
On a mission to educate about the Baltic Sea
A video-summary of a Baltic Sea biogeochemistry course jointly organized by Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research in Warnemünde, IOW, and Stockholm University.
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Baltic Sea Environment 7: Environmental Economy and Law
BSE Session 7. Describes how to protect the Baltic Sea from an economic and legal viewpoint. Scientific coordinators: Gabriel Michanek, Uppsala University and Ing-Marie Gren, Beijer Institute Producers: Jan-Olof Fällman, Lars Rydén. Participants: Lars Rydén, Director, The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University. Gabriel Michanek, dr., Uppsala University. Jonas Ebbesson, Researcher, Uppsala University Börje Klemmensen, Prof., Roskilde University Staffan Westerlund, Prof., Uppsala University Ing-Marie Gren, Dr.,Beijer Institute Carl Folke, Researcher, Beijer Institute Piotr Kowalik, Prof., Technical University of Gdansk Oleg Savchuk, Assoc. Prof., State Oceanographic Institute, St. Petersburg. Per-Olof Johansson, Prof., Stockholm School of Economics Gudrun Lindvall, Södertälje City Lars-Erik Larsson, Södertälje City Valentik Kudrajavtschev, Karjalan Ympäristökomitea Segezhan aluekomitea Karl-Göran Mäler, Prof., Stockholm School of Economics and the Beijer Institute Piotr Lewandowski, Researcher, University of Gdansk Vladimir Bibilov, Chief engineer, The Cellulose Combinat in Petrosavodsk Henning Otzen, Director, Helcom Secretariat Zdzislaw Brodecki, Prof., University of Gdansk Marianne Sillén, Assoc. Prof., University of Lund Music by Four Tunes. Production year: 1992 Duration: 01.59.04.
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Jan Lundin on Council of Baltic Sea States and academic cooperation in the Baltic Sea region
Council of Baltic Sea States and academic cooperation in the Baltic Sea region. Present plans and financing facilities. Jan Lundin, Secretary General, Council of Baltic Sea States. 23 October. Baltic University Programme Rectors conference in Visby, October 22-24, 2014. TIME: 00:19:23
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Baltic Sea Environment 10: The prospect of a sustainable society
The session describe possible solutions for changing our societies in a more sustainable direction. Scientific coordinator: Assoc. Prof. Bengt Hultman, Royal Institute of Technology Producer: Uffe Wikström Series Producer: Lars Rydén Technical Production: Esping & Fällman Lennart Jalmarsson, Swedish Space Corporation Roine Modigh, Swedish Telecom Team Jelbe Production AB Participants: Prof. Rein Munter, Tallinn Technical University Assoc. Prof. Bengt Hultman, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm Lars Ryden, Assoc. Prof., Director Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University Alf Göran Dahlberg, Dir., Himmerfjärden Treatment Plant Gunilla Brattberg, Techn. Dir., Stockholm Water Ltd Elzbieta Plaza, Dr, Eng., Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm Gerhard Barmen, Lund University Jan Erik Gustafsson, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm Jerzy Kurbiel, Dr, Eng., Technical University of Krakow H. Mölder, Assoc. Prof., Tallinn Technical University Sergey Chivilev, Assoc. Prof., St. Petersburg State University Urszula Jelen, Eng., Waste Water Treatment Plant of Chrzanow Fred Nyberg, Res. Eng., Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm Harinder S. Kohli, The World Bank Tonis Kaasik, Minister, Ministry of Environment, Estonia Klaus Töpfer, Minister, Ministry of Environment, Germany Jerzy Banas, Dr, Eng., Design Office of Municipal Structures, Krakow Lars Leonardsson, University of Lund Lars.Gunnar Lindforss, Dr. Swedish Institute for Environmental Research Nils Tiberg, Luleå Technical University Year of Production: 1992 Duration: 02.00.49 Music by Break Even.
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Baltic Sea Anomaly: New Evidences Reveal a Massive Crash in the Area
Visit: http://www.gofundme.com/oceanxteam - Baltic Sea Anomaly: New Evidence Reveal a Crash Site the anomalous objects are ancient, probably dating from before the Ice Age 140,000 years ago Many specialists in different fields and the Ocean X Team themselves generally agree that the anomalous objects are ancient, probably dating from before the Ice Age 140,000 years ago. In three expeditions to the anomaly last summer the divers discovered mysterious features that to this day defy conventional explanation. Long 'corridors' with vertical walls, strange angular depressions, an abnormal "radio" signal above the object, a separation between the disc-shaped object itself and the raised seabed on which it rests, strange temperature and compass deviations, super heated organic materials on samples recovered for testing, not to mention at least one sizeable round hole in the surface going into the object, which today still remains unexplored. The first sample was a rock removed from the surface of the object. The results from these tests showed that it was basalt rock with traces of burnt organic material. The Weizmann Institute of Science and the Institute of Archaeology in the Tel-Aviv University performed the tests on the sam The scientists' report indicated that they were puzzled to find these materials, which "would most likely be found in a modern construction, such as on a ship wreck in this case". Credits: Dennis Asberg and Peter Lindberg. - Owners and team leaders of OXT http://www.gofundme.com/oceanxteam Also you can visit: http://truthfall.com/baltic-anomaly-3d-multibeam-sonar-image-revealed/ http://worldjudge.blogspot.gr/2013/08/blog-post_792.html#more
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Baltic Sea Future 2017 - Rights and opportunities for civil society
Rights and opportunities for civil society to participate and push for effective implementation of “Baltic Sea law” Jonas Ebbesson, Stockholm University, Dept. Of Law
Documenting fragile life in the Baltic Sea - for 10 years | Folke Rydén | TEDxUniversityofGothenburg
Folke Rydén is one the founders of Our Baltic Sea Media Project -- a 10-year film and media project about the Baltic Sea environment. The first film in the series "For Cod’s Sake" focused on the state of the Baltic Sea cod, the next covered sewage water dumped into the sea, and the most recent "The Young Sea," focuses on the uniqueness of the Baltic Sea ecosystem. The series's last film is set to be released in 2019. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx.
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ETS2 1.33 - Beyond The Baltic Sea - Estonia - Tallinn to Tartu
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Students of Gdansk University of Technology | Study in Poland
The Gdańsk University of Technology (GUT; Polish: Politechnika Gdańska) is a technical university in Gdańsk-Wrzeszcz, and one of the oldest universities in Poland. It has nine faculties and with 41 fields of study and more than 18 thousand[2] undergraduate, as well as about 626[3] doctoral students. It employs 2768 people, including 1313 academic teachers[4]. It received CESAER Membership in 2015. The rector of the university (2016-2020) is professor Jacek Namieśnik.[5] Some degree courses and various specialisations are taught in English. Moreover, some of the courses offered by GUT are unique in Poland, for instance ones in Construction Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Geodesy and Cartography, as well as Engineering of Natural Resources. Students have access to specialist laboratories, lecture theatres with multimedia facilities, a library with 1.2 million volumes and various sports facilities. Undergraduates can also join one or more of 60 student science or language societies as well as other organisations. GUT is the first and only Polish university to be a member of the CDIO Initiative,[6] founded by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in collaboration with Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. CDIO aims to provide an education for engineers that enables them to “Conceive, Design, Implement and Operate” pro-industrial technological systems. Active member of a number of university networks and associations, e.g. Baltic Science Research (coordination of nanotechnology research and education), Baltic University Network (Uppsala Protocol) and the Baltic Sea Region University Network. In October 2015 became a member of CESAER (Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research).[7] Also listed among 800 best universities in the world by Times Higher Education World University Rankings in 2016.[8] With over nine people applying for one place at our university, GUT was ranked at the first position in this year's list of the most popular Polish universities. The ranking was published by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education[9]. I am an MBBS abroad consultant and here I am uploading videos about MBBS abroad and the universities in which many Indian students go for MBBS. You can contact me or mail me at [email protected]
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Baltic State Technical University
Welcome to Baltic State Technical University
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Hypoxia in the Baltic Sea, eutrophication and geoengineering methods
Prof. Daniel Conley, Lund University, Sweden
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BDPro - unique executive education programme for Baltic Sea region
Turku University professors Paasio and Zettinig discuss unique features of executive education programme BDPro. The Business Development Programme - Your Journey to Innovation and Growth - is a six-month programme starting in September 2014 and focusing on promoting cross-border activity and developing new business opportunities and networks in the Baltic Sea region. More information: http://www.utu.fi/bdpro
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