The final stage of the Leonhard Euler scholarship program
From the 30th of May to the 1st of July the postgraduates of our University had internship in the German town Braunschweig.
Their staying there was the final stage of the Leonhard Euler scholarship program.
Each postgraduate had to solve the problem within the task received in Ukraine. And they accomplished everything with success.
Kusch Ihor developed software for data analysis in the package MatLab.
Melnykov Vyacheslav improved the system of precision positioning and speed control for spiral tribometre.
Pritchenko Olexander developed the system of asynchronous motor control with frequency transducer in real time.
Bublyk Roman worked on solving the problem of reducing the car time delays at intersections (in Kremenchuk as an example).
Their staying abroad was fully funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
Ten years ago the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) opened the Leonhard Euler scholarship program. It was created for engineers and people studying Science, writing their thesis, dissertations or master`s thesis. Participants spend nine months in their own country, while receiving their own research German scholarship. It is very prestigious in Europe and the CIS, so awarding scholarships is highly competitive. The right to receive it is given to students and graduate students who finish their education and have made significant progress in teaching and research activities. At the final stage of the program the participants receive an opportunity to have a month internship at a German university.