On the 4th of April, the Joint Programme Board (JPB) met at the School of Engineering of Bilbao for the selection process of the second edition of REM. A total of 400 applicants from 67 countries all over the world (Afghanistan, Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia, Egypt, India, Italy, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Venezuela, etc.) have submitted their application for the second edition of the Erasmus Mundus Master’s Degree in Renewable Energy in the Marine environment (REM).
Standing from left to right: Charles Pinto (International Relations Vicedean, School of Engineering, UPV/EHU), Pablo Eguía (JPB representative, UPV/EHU); Guillaume Ducrozet (JPB representative, Ecole Centrale Nantes), Juan Carlos Castillo (Legal officer International Relations Office, UPV/EHU); Josu Sangróniz (Director of postgraduate studies, UPV/EHU), Jesús M. Blanco (REM coordinator, UPV/EHU); Olimpo Anaya-Lara (JPB representative, University of Strathclyde); Jaime Jiménez (Director of Dept. Electronic Technology, UPV/EHU); Iñigo Martínez (UAB representative, UPV/EHU); Eva Portillo (Master and Doctorate School, UPV/EHU); Santiago Reyes (REM Visiting Validator).
Seated from left to right: Pilar Rodriguez (REM Secretariat, UPV/EHU); Bernardo de Melo (Student’s representative); Raquel Idoeta (Director Dept. Nuclear Engineering and Fluid Mechanics, UPV/EHU); Eider Robles (Joint Research Lab.- Offshore Renewable Energy, JRL-ORE); Elisabetta Tedeschi (JPB representative, NTNU); Isabel Urrutias (External relations officer, UPV/EHU); Igor Campillo (Director of Euskampus Fundazioa).
Photo: Tere Ormazábal. UPV/EHU.