hezkuntza ope

Hezkuntza elebiduna. Hizkuntza Politika. In 1986, a bilingual stream, adopting the same principle as in the public system, was ope-. re ss) Co ur ier Co mpa ny 10 th May 2003 to 31 st July 2005 Sr. C om pu te r Ope ra to r Page 2 of 3; 3. Hezkuntza-berrikuntza eta IKTen erabilera. /medidas-seguridad-entrada-ope-san-sebastian-bec-20211120102243-nt.html www.elcorreo.com/zurekin/hezkuntza-emozionala-garatu-20211112174402-nt.html.

watch the video

Hezkuntza ope -

Tuterako 25 urteko gazte bat hil da Corellan izan den auto istripu batean

Now I’m gong to explain the best dresses of the gala Met by Vogue. Most of the dresses are very striking and not very seen.

Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination  is the title of the Costume Institute’s blockbuster 2018 show, the biggest it has ever produced and one with which, before you ask, the Vatican is resolutely on board, having lent approximately 50 pieces from the Sistine Chapel Sacristy.

It all made for a tricky decision-making process come best dressed «clothed in majesty» time. Who deserves lauding for scaling the Mount Sinai of fashion challenges?

                                    RIHANNA

The co-host’s Maison Margiela couture dress seemed the natural conclusion to John Galliano’s papal streak which played out so magnificently at the Dior Haute Couture autumn/winter 2000 show, complete with Papal tiara.

 

Resultado de imagen de gala met

 

 

                                     SOLANGE

The sister of the great absentee of the night, Beyoncé, has sheathed one of the spectacular 3D designs of Iris Van Herpen.

Resultado de imagen de gala met solange

                                   ZENDAYA

Of all the Joan of Arc homages – and they were manifold – Zendaya´s salute to the teenaged medieval peasant saint was most successful. Some irony lies in the fact that it was Joan’s adoption of men’s clothes – armour, sword, doublet – that was used as evidence, as per Deuteronomy’s description of a woman in men’s clothing as «an abomination unto the Lord», of her eventual heresy.

Resultado de imagen de gala met zendaya

    KATY PERRY

Flagrantly disregarding Deuteronomy 22:11, «You shall not wear a mixed material of wool and linen together», Katy Perry went full throttle, employing every material known to man to create a fallen Versace angel vibe. Such dedication deserves reward – Perry had to get an open-top limo to the event, turn crab to get into the museum sideways, almost knocked a bystander out on the red carpet, and presumably couldn’t sit down to enjoy her lobster.

 

Resultado de imagen de gala met katy perry

 

 

 

 

 

0

Источник: https://naskualbisteak.wordpress.com/
aldatu iturburu kodea]

AmurriokoAresketa Ikastolan hezia,[2]Zuzenbidea ikasi zuen Deustuko Unibertsitatean, 1999 eta 2004. urteen artean. Bi master ditu, bata Hirigintzan (IVAPen, 2005-2006) eta, bestea, Oinarrizko Eskubide eta Herri-Administrazioan (EHUn, 2011-2013).[6]

Abokatu modura jardun du modu pribatu zein publikoan, Lemoizko Udalean (2006-2007) zein Trapagarango Udalean (2011tik). 2016ko Eusko Legebiltzarrerako hauteskundeetatik aurrera, legebiltzarkide modura jarduten du ere.[6] "Azkenaldian", EHUkoGasteizkoFarmazia Fakultatean, Administrazio Zuzenbidea, Konstituzio Zuzenbidea eta Zuzenbidearen Filosofia sailaren barruan, lan egiten du,[7] Administrazio eta Ingurumen Zuzenbidea irakasten.[8]

EAJko kide izan baino lehen, Eusko Alkartasunakozinegotzi izan zen ere bere jaioterrian, Amurrion, 2007tik2011raino.[9]

Erreferentziak[aldatu [email protected]

Ignacio María Barriola building Plaza Elhuyar, 1 20018 Donostia-San Sebastián Tel: +34 943 01 82 56 E-mail: [email protected]

2.8. Supporting your study

The University of the Basque Country has several libraries, study and computer rooms free to use by our students.

2.8.1. Computer rooms Campus of Araba

Campus of Biscay

Campus of Gipuzkoa

Las Nieves buliding Nieves Cano, 33 01006 Vitoria-Gasteiz Tel.: 945 01 30 15

Central library 48940 Leioa Tel.: 94 601 51 11

Ignacio María Barriola building Plaza Elhuyar, 1 20018 Donostia-San Sebastián Tel.: 943 01 81 45

All of our community members enjoy a certain number of computer amenities when registering at the University of the Basque Country: e-mail account, computer room access, free wifi service all over the campus and corporate information network access.

26


2.8.2. Library The library at the University of the Basque Country comprises the central library in Leioa, the Koldo Mitxelena library in our Campus of Araba and Carlos Santamaría in the Campus of Gipuzkoa; you can alternatively make use of other bibliographical resources available within our Faculties and Schools. Our library collection sums up over 1 million books, 17,000 magazines, 6,400 electronic publications, 88 specialized databases and 10,800 audiovisual materials. www.ehu.es/biblioteca Libraries, Campus of Araba Koldo Mitxelena library Library of the Faculty of Physical Activities and Sports Science Libraries, Campus of Biscay Central library, Leioa Library of the Faculty of Fine Arts Library of the Faculty of Economic and Business Studies Library of the Higher Technical School of Engineering, Bilbao Library of the Business School, Bilbao Library of the Teacher Training School, Leioa Library of the Technical Industrial Engineering School, Bilbao Library of the Technical Mining and Public Works Engineering Library of the Higher Technical School of Nautical Studies Libraries, Campus of Gipuzkoa Carlos Santamaría central library Library at the Technical Industrial Engineering School, Eibar Library of the Nursing School

2.8.3. E- Learning: Our Virtual Campus Many academic programmes include online assessed coursework. Our Virtual Campus is often used as the primary way to provide students with additional learning material and sometimes as a valuable supplement to physical lectures www.campusvirtual.ehu.es Central library-Leioa, 5th floor. 48940 Leioa Contact no. +34 946 012 255

27


2.9. Internships

The University of the Basque Country fosters professional training stays for our students through our ‘Praktiges’ programme. If you wish to obtain further details about these options, please visit our website or talk to your Faculty or School tutor. www.praktiges-online.ehu.es/praktiges/inicio.jsp

2.10. Sports service

Visitors at the University of the Basque Country can benefit from significant discounts in local gyms, take part in specially organised sport activities and sport courses (surf, aerobics, tennis, basketball, martial arts…) or enroll on a number of competitions as full members of our community. Our sports services in each campus publish their full sports offer valid for the semester in course in our website:

Campus of Araba

Campus of Biscay

Campus of Gipuzkoa

www.kirolak-araba.ehu.es Vice Rectorate building, ground floor 2, Comandante Izarduy 01006 Vitoria-Gasteiz Tel.: 945 01 43 03

www.kirolak-bizkaia.ehu.es University Sports Centre 48940 Leioa Tel.: 94 601 58 94 / 31 62 E-mail: [email protected]

www.ehu.es/donostia-deportes Faculty of Law 2, Paseo Manuel Lardizabal 20018 Donostia-San Sebastián Tel.: 943 01 81 58 / 81 59

28


2.11. Cultural activities and entertainment

Every semester, cultural, musical and artistic events are organised in our three campuses. You will be able to take part in cultural, self development courses or personal enhancement activities during your stay at our university.

Extensión Cultural y Proyección Universitaria, Campus of Araba www.vc.ehu.es Vice Rectorate building, ground floor 2, Comandante Izarduy 01006 Vitoria-Gasteiz T.: 945 01 33 48 E-mail: [email protected] Extensión Cultural y Proyección Universitaria, Campus of Biscay Leioa www.ehu.es/kultura-bizkaia Assembly Hall (Aula Magna) 48940 Leioa T.: 94 601 21 77 / 21 04 E-mail: [email protected] E-mail: [email protected]

Bilbao Larrako Etxea 83, Avda. Lehendakari Agirre 48015 Bilbao T.: 94 601 71 42 Fax.: 94 601 71 17 E-mail: [email protected]

Extensión Cultural y Proyección Universitaria, Campus of Gipuzkoa www.sc.ehu.es/kultura Faculty of Law 2, Paseo Manuel Lardizabal 20018 Donostia-San Sebastián T.: 943 01 85 07 E-mail: [email protected]

2.12. Student associations

There are several students´ associations at the University of the Basque Country, from ‘Engineers without borders’ to drama groups, ski clubs or Junior corporations. You can contact any of them through the following link: http://www.ikasleak.ehu.es/p202-shgradct/es/contenidos/informacion/asociaciones_ estudiantes/es_asoc_est/asociaciones_estudiantes_ehu.html

29


2.13. Everything exchange students need to know 2.13.1. How to contact your mobility tutor Campus of Araba School of Engineering, Vitoria-Gasteiz Faculty of Physical Activity and Sport Science Faculty of Pharmacy Faculty of Arts Business School, Vitoria-Gasteiz School of Social Work Teacher Training School, Vitoria-Gasteiz

[email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Campus of Biscay Bilbao Faculty of Economics and Business Studies Higher Technical School of Engineering, Bilbao Business School, Bilbao Technical Industrial Engineering School, Bilbao

[email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Leioa Faculty of Fine Arts Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry School of Labour Relations Nursing School, Leioa Faculty of Social and Communication Sciences Faculty of Science and Technology Faculty of Law, Bizkaia section Teacher Training School, Bilbao

[email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Portugalete Higher Technical School of Nautical Studies

[email protected]

Barakaldo Technical Mining and Public Works Engineering School

[email protected]

Campus of Gipuzkoa Donostia-San Sebastián Polytechnic School, Donostia-San Sebastián Faculty of Chemical Sciences Faculty of Computer Engineering Faculty of Law Faculty of Philosophy and Education Science Faculty of Psychology Higher Technical School of Architecture Business School, Donostia-San Sebastián Nursing School, Donostia-San Sebastián Teacher training School, Donostia-San Sebastián

[email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected][email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Eibar Technical Industrial Engineering School

30

[email protected]


cuments and when to do sic ba st: kli ec ch t en ud St ge an 2.13.2. Exch

submit them

of the Basque ate once you get to the University tific cer l iva arr an m the d sen t you to rses you will be taking while Your home university might wan tes the name and number of cou sta t tha ent um doc key a is ent uld the marks be Country. Your learning agreem ed in each of those courses. Sho ain obt you des gra the s tain con records ere, the University of the you are with us. The transcript of script of records with you; elsewh tran r you e tak l wil you art, dep ool you visit is officially posted before you mobility tutor at the Faculty or Sch The . tion titu ins e hom r you to ument vementioned documents. Basque Country will send this doc will need to agree and sign all abo she He/ es. issu ic dem aca all for the person you should turn to versity iversity Before leaving your home Un pleting an exchange stay at the Uni com ore bef in orig of sity ver uni red with the e suggestions: Please, note: you need to be registe a mobility programme, here go som of e fram the in ed ect sel n bee e of the Basque Country. If you hav the Faculty or courses) is the mobility tutor at es, dlin dea s, ent cum (do s tter ma demic r mobility tutor’ section of • Your contact person for all aca found in the ‘How to contact you be to are ails det t tac con r the School you are visiting. Fur this handbook or in our website /contenidos/informacion/ onales.ehu.es/p274-hmencont/en aci tern s-in one aci .rel ww ://w http us_students.html international_visitors/en_inf/erasm gramme has ge stay by us; each mobility pro han exc an ll fulfi to ded nee s d document n of action. Further details • Double check the list of require t information regarding your pla van rele the ow foll so , nts me different conditions and require les.ehu.es at www.relaciones-internaciona rses offered by Faculties and rmation about syllabi and cou info t van rele the all s tain con • Our University website ros.html Schools. Please, check e/listado_centros/es_centros/cent lac /en dos eni ont s/c nt/e nte -co http://www.ehu.es/p200 y University of the Basque Countr ut the city you The moment you arrive at the tion and know practical details abo oda omm acc able suit a find you that we help • Come to our Help Centre office so will be living in. informs you about r who supervises your documents and /he him be will it e sinc ool, Sch or ulty • Visit your mobility tutor at your Fac . your registration time slot need the following documents: School. International students will or ulty Fac r you at rses cou r you r • Registe are confirmed by your where all courses to be followed , ent um doc ilar sim or ent eem • Copy of their Learning Agr mobility tutor. d • Copy of your Passport or ID car • 1 photo e university ing over • Registration proof at your hom Insurance you contracted before com ical Med the or d Car lth Hea an ope • Copy of your Eur s events organised for visiting student • Join the orientation sessions and Before you return home ut your travelling date • Inform your mobility tutor abo home institution) s it is directly submitted to your les (un s ord Rec of ript nsc Tra r • Get you your deposit back modation, turn in your key and get om acc r you ve lea you s term the • Remember you should agree on (if applicable) rowed • Return all library books you bor

31


2.13.3. Do you need a buddy? The University of the Basque Country has a team of local students ready to help and support all visitors Campus de Alava coming over to any of our campuses. Our buddies show visitors around and are willing to help them with any difficulties they might have while adjusting to our community. This programme has been conceived for non-Spanish speaking visitors, that is why, even though we do our best to support all our exchange students, we are sure you understand we cannot guarantee one buddy for every visitor, especially if he/she speaks Spanish as their mother tongue. http://www.relaciones-internacionales.ehu.es/p274-hmencont/en/contenidos/noticia/ copy_of_301110_buddy_request/en_buddy_re/301110_buddy_request.html Campus de Bizkaia

Campus de Gipuzkoa

32


The Basque Country (Euskadi)

3

The autonomous community of the Basque Country, Euskadi, is one of the 17 regions composing Spain. It is a small territory, similar in size to Rhode Island state (USA), the metropolitan area around Lille (France) or the Rhein-Ruhr territory in Germany. Its alpine relief is combined with 246 kilometres of coastline alternating spectacular cliffs and fine sandy beaches. The Basque Country has preserved its age-old culture, language and character throughout History. The main features of Basques (slightly more than 2 million citizens) are their powerful looks, energetic personality and love for their family, their land and their traditions. The Basque Country is divided into three historical territories or provinces: Araba, Biscay and Gipuzkoa. The administrative capital of the Basque Country is Vitoria-Gasteiz, however Bilbao is the largest city in the region. Donostia-San Sebastián is the most popular tourist destination.

Capital of Biscay: Bilbao Population: 343.173 inhabitants www.bilbao.net Capital of Alava: Vitoria-Gasteiz Population: 223.702 inhabitants www.vitoria-gasteiz.org

Bilbao

BISCAY

Donostia-San Sebastián

GIPUZKOA Vitoria-Gasteiz

Capital of Gipuzkoa: Donostia-San Sebastián Population: 182. 930 inhabitants www.donostia.org

ARABA

Main airports in the Basque Country Bilbao airport, 10 km from the city Bus every 15 minutes to Bilbao city centre Bus every hour to Donostia-San Sebastián Donostia-San Sebastián airport: 20 km from the city centre Bus every hour to Donostia-San Sebastián Vitoria-Gasteiz airport: 9 km from the city centre Taxis to city centre

33


3.1. Money matters

As you probably Campus de Alavaknow, the Euro is the currency used in the Basque Country. Life standard in our cities (Bilbao, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Donostia-San Sebastián) is similar to that of certain European capitals: Barcelona, Rome… Monthly expenses can vary between 700 and 800€, depending on the type of accommodation you choose. Average monthly expenses Accommodation 350-400 euros Food 250-300 euros Public transport 35 euros Other expenses 100 euros

Total monthly allowance 735-835 euros

It is vital to bear in mind that during your first days, you will need a considerable sum of money: opening Campus de Bizkaia a bank account, purchasing transport seasonal tickets, handing over accommodation deposits, personal effects…Once the initial arrangements are completed, expenses quickly stabilize.

3.2. Food

Food is a milestone of Basque culture. In our region, along with a popular conversation topic, food is always at the core of any social event and celebration. Breakfast and dinner are usually light meals, whereas lunch is usually a three course meal. Fish is a basic ingredient of Basque cuisine, for locals have always been expert fishermen and successful sea explorers. The usual eating times are: Breakfast from 8 to 10 am; lunch from 1.30 to 3.30pm and dinner from 9 to 10 pm. In our university, you will find restaurants and snack bars in all three campuses; you will be able to purchase good quality food at unbeatable prices.

Campus de Gipuzkoa

3.3. Medical services

EU nationals can obtain their European Health Card at their own national Healthcare Centre so as to access local medical centres. Non EU visitors should contract, unless specific bilateral agreements exist, a medical insurance covering accidents and repatriation while among us. You can access the list of local medical centres and their contact details at the Basque Health System website: http://www.osanet.euskadi.net/r85-20411/es/contenidos/informacion/lista_centros_osk/ es_cent_osk/centros_osk_indice_c.html

34


3.4. Emergencies

The general emergencies number in the Basque Country is 112

ARABA Emergencies in Vitoria-Gasteiz Emergencies coordination (SOS DEIAK) 112 Red Cross: 945 13 26 30 Txagorritxu hospital: 945 00 70 00 Santiago hospital: 945 00 76 00 For small misadventures occurred in the campus, you can contact the Prevention Service. Servicio de Prevención Campus of Araba Vice Rectorate building, 2nd floor

BIZKAIA Emergencies coordination (SOS DEIAK) 112 Red Cross: Hospital 94 443 47 92 Emergencies Unit 94 422 22 22 Osakidetza, Basque Healthcare Service Basurto hospital: 94 400 60 00 Cruces hospital: 94 600 60 00 Galdakao hospital: 94 400 70 00 For small accidents occurred in the campus, you can contact the Prevention Service. Servicio de Prevención Campus of Biscay Aulario 2, Leioa

GIPUZKOA Emergencies in Donostia-San Sebastián Emergencies coordination (SOS DEIAK) 112 Nuestra Señora de Aranzazu hospital: 943 46 11 11 Emergencies Unit: 4, Bengoetxea st. 943 44 06 33 For small calamities occurred in the campus, you can contact the Prevention Service. Servicio de Prevención Campus of Gipuzkoa Ignacio Mª Barriola building, 1st floor

Other services available at the University of the Basque Country: • Dental Care Centre (www.klinika-odontologikoa.ehu.es/p212-home/es) in the Campus of Biscay • Psychological Support Unit (http://www.ikasleak.ehu.es/p202-shaplihm/es/), in the Campus of Gipuzkoa They are both open to the public throughout the academic year.

35


3.5. Languages

There aredetwo official languages in the Basque Country: Basque and Spanish. Everyone knows Spanish, Campus Alava whereas Basque is a minority language; it is largely spread around Gipuzkoa territory, although you can also hear it often in Bizkaia. Across Araba, Basque language is spoken to a smaller extent. All roads, airports and administrative signs are written in both languages.

3.6. Religion and spiritual traditions Campus de Bizkaia

Spain is a traditionally catholic country; however, our 1978 Constitution Act guarantees everyone´s freedom of faith. Temples and praying rooms of different traditions can be found in the largest cities in the country.

3.7. Weather

The usual weather in the Basque coastline, from Bilbao to Donostia-San Sebastián, is mild and humid. The average temperature varies from +10ºC in the winter to an approximate +22ºC in summertime. Vitoria-Gasteiz, on the other hand, is located in an inland, continental weather zone. Temperatures are more extreme (3ºC to -5ºC in the winter and around +25ºC in the summer months) and it doesn´t rain so often. Campus de Gipuzkoa

3.8. Business and shops opening hours

Traditional and small shops and offices are usually open from 9 am to 1.30pm. After a lunch break, they work from 4 pm to 7.30 pm. Bigger, international businesses and malls don´t shut at lunchtime and remain open from 10 am to 9 pm. Public administration offices and banks are open to the public only in the morning, from 9 am to 1 or 2 pm, from Monday to Friday.

36


Former visitors´ tips for a smooth adjustment Ta ke t h e at rse Ba s q u e c o ui t y ! ! ! ! ! ! ! s t h e u n i ve r the Basque

he ll ing re • e

rn Lea som The first weeks are hard if you can´t communicate with anyone.

fore trav be

! GetDoanosbtiai-kSaen Sebas-

in ke!!!!! It is If you are (or get) a bik e g in r around th e tián, b v o m to ay in the best w bikes are allowed d a n a s ´ city r trains. It commute to travel in y great wa gion!! e th re

The Touri st Offi ces in the to wns o Basq f the ue Co awes u ntry a ome! re They of ma have ps, in loads form sugg a t i o n and estio ns to disco ver th e reg ion.

Be patient whe There ar e nice fla n looking for ts at affo a flat you just rdab n eed to be le prices , searchin i g. Star consistent when t early, if when les you arriv sons hav e there wo e already starte d, n´t be m choose fr uch to om.

panish eS

in ka wide open Doors are ople who try to spea e ls p a r c Country fo in their language, lo r e s z , rd o o aix few w ou saying ‘K esides, y te ia c re p B ap g. hen meetin moduz?’ w re good fun!!!! It lessons a mething you really is so ´t miss shouldn

4

Th The he Help Centre staff was very was loover ry helpful when I wa king they kin ng for a place to stay; st valuable informaalso gave out valuab tion. I recommend recomme all visitor students to t visit the Help Centre, everyone there was friendly and helpful.

During your first week, you spend quite a llott of Money; My fellowship allowance didn´t turn up until a few days after I arrived and in the meantime I had to pay for a temporary accommodation, get my transport monthly tickets, give out a deposit in the flat I decided to stay… It is important to come with money; once your fellowship is discharged, everything goes smoothly.

37


Our number one advice! Taking part in Exchange University programmes is a unique experience; you will meet people from around the world and will make a lot of new friends. But remember, travelling to a foreign country involves certain difficulties, especially at the beginning: Do your best to arrive in the Basque Country with a few notions of Spanish language; you will have to communicate with locals from the ďŹ rst day and you will probably study (at least partially) in Spanish: learning in a new environment and in a foreign language is rather demanding. Keep reasonable expectations, especially regarding accommodation; nothing will be exactly like at home, for the purpose of travelling abroad is to know different cultures and learn contrasting lifestyles. Be exible: as soon as you get used to the local pace and culture, your stay will be a memorable experience.

See you soon!

38



Источник: https://issuu.com/upv-ehu/docs/handbook_2012_eng

Austriako bandera

Bandera zirriborroakBandera nazionalakAustria


1945ekomaiatzaren 1eangorriakzuriaAlbaniaAlemaniaAndorraArmeniaAustriaAzerbaijanBelgikaBielorrusiaBosnia-HerzegovinaBulgariaDanimarkaErresuma BatuaErrumaniaErrusiaEslovakiaEsloveniaEspainiaEstoniaFinlandiaFrantziaGeorgiaGreziaHerbehereakHungariaIrlandako ErrepublikaIslandiaItaliaKroaziaLetoniaLiechtensteinLuxenburgoMaltaMazedoniako ErrepublikaMoldaviaMonakoMontenegroNorvegiaPoloniaPortugalSan MarinoSerbiaSuediaSuitzaTurkiaTxekiar ErrepublikaUkrainaVatikano HiriaZipre










(function()var node=document.getElementById("mw-dismissablenotice-anonplace");if(node)node.outerHTML="u003Cdiv class="mw-dismissable-notice"u003Eu003Cdiv class="mw-dismissable-notice-close"u003E[u003Ca tabindex="0" role="button"u003Eezkutatuu003C/au003E]u003C/divu003Eu003Cdiv class="mw-dismissable-notice-body"u003Eu003Cdiv id="localNotice" lang="eu" dir="ltr"u003Eu003Ctable style="font-size: 1.2em;" class="plainlinks ambox ambox-serious"u003Enu003Ctbodyu003Eu003Ctru003Enu003Ctd class="ambox-image"u003Enu003Cdiv style="width:52px;"u003E u003C/divu003Eu003C/tdu003Enu003Ctd class="ambox-text"u003Eu003Cbu003Eu003Ca href="/wiki/Atari:Hezkuntza/Lehiaketak/2019/04" title="Atari:Hezkuntza/Lehiaketak/2019/04"u003EEuskal Herriko XVIII. eta XIX. mendeko historiariu003C/au003Eu003C/bu003E buruzko lehiaketa martxan da. u003Ca href="/wiki/Atari:Hezkuntza/Lehiaketak/2019/04" title="Atari:Hezkuntza/Lehiaketak/2019/04"u003EParte hartuu003C/au003E eta irabazi sari ederrak.u003C/tdu003Enu003C/tru003Enu003C/tbodyu003Eu003C/tableu003Eu003C/divu003Eu003C/divu003Eu003C/divu003E";());






Wikipedia, Entziklopedia askea







Jump to navigation
Jump to search












Austriako bandera
Erabilera


FIAV 100100.svg


Proportzioa2:3
Erabakia
1945
Koloreak

Austriako bandera 1945eko maiatzaren 1ean erabakitakoa da. Hiru errenkadaz osatuta dago, gorriak goikoa eta behekoa, eta zuria erdikoa.




Europako banderak

Albania • Alemania • Andorra • Armenia • Austria • Azerbaijan • Belgika • Bielorrusia • Bosnia-Herzegovina • Bulgaria • Danimarka • Erresuma Batua • Errumania • Errusia • Eslovakia • Eslovenia • Espainia • Estonia • Finlandia • Frantzia • Georgia • Grezia • Herbehereak • Hungaria • Irlandako Errepublika • Islandia • Italia • Kroazia • Letonia • Liechtenstein • Luxenburgo • Malta • Mazedoniako Errepublika • Moldavia • Monako • Montenegro • Norvegia • Polonia • Portugal • San Marino • Serbia • Suedia • Suitza • Turkia • Txekiar Errepublika • Ukraina • Vatikano Hiria • Zipre





Wikimedia Commonsen badira fitxategi gehiago, gai hau dutenak: Austriako banderaAldatu lotura Wikidatan



Banderak

Artikulu hau bandera bati buruzko zirriborroa da. Wikipedia lagun dezakezu edukia osatuz.

(window.RLQ=window.RLQ

Suggested Terms

(click to add to query)


Want to better focus your search?

Upgrade to a Premium account to unlock 5 additional filters (including Entity Type), search inside of entities, and more!

Your search hit2gap project did not match any documents.

Suggestions:

  • Make sure all words are spelled correctly.
  • Try different keywords.
  • Try more general keywords.
  • Try fewer keywords.

Measurement campaigns have shown major discrepancies in buildings energy performance between planned energy demand and real energy consumption, while nowadays most of the newly constructed offices buildings are equipped with BMS systems, integrating a more or less extended measurement layer providing large amounts of data. Their integration in the building management sector offers an improvement capability of 22 % as some studies demonstrate. The HIT2GAP project will develop a new generation of building monitoring and control tools based on advanced data treatment techniques allowing new approaches to assess building energy performance data, getting a better understanding of buildings behaviour and hence a better performance. From a strong research layer on data, HIT2GAP will build on existing measurement and control tools that will be embedded into a new software platform for performance optimization. The solution will be: - Fully modular: able to integrate several types and generations of data treatment modules (different algorithms) and data display solutions, following a plug and play approach - Integrating data mining for knowledge discovery (DMKD) as a core technique for buildings behaviour assessment and understanding The HIT2GAP solution will be applied as a novel intelligent layer offering new capability of the existing BMS systems and offering the management stakeholders opportunities for services with a novel added value. Applying the solutions to groups of buildings will also allow to test energy demand vs. local production management modules. This will be tested in various pilot sites across Europe. HIT2GAP work will be realized with a permanent concern about market exploitation of the solutions developed within the project, with specific partnerships about business integration of the tools in the activity of key energy services partners of the consortium.


Measurement campaigns have shown major discrepancies in buildings energy performance between planned energy demand and real energy consumption, while nowadays most of the newly constructed offices buildings are equipped with BMS systems, integrating a more or less extended measurement layer providing large amounts of data. The HIT2GAP project has developed a new generation of building monitoring and control tools based on advanced data treatment techniques allowing new approaches to assess building energy performance data, getting a better understanding of building's behaviour and hence a better performance. From a strong research layer on data, HIT2GAP solution builds on existing measurement and control tools that are embedded into a new software platform for performance optimization. The HIT2GAP solution is applied as a novel intelligent layer offering new capability of the existing BMS systems and offering the management stakeholders opportunities for services with a novel added value. Applying the solutions to groups of buildings also allows to test energy demand vs. local production management modules. This solution is being tested in various pilot sites across Europe. HIT2GAP work has been carried out with a permanent concern about market exploitation of the solutions developed within the project. This paper will present the project solution in detail and showcase the achievement so far in the real case demo sites. © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0


Even the most modern buildings can use far more energy than the designers intended. EU researchers have created an open source energy management system that can pinpoint where energy is being wasted and indicate possible solutions. Modern buildings are increasingly designed to be energy efficient, often employing sophisticated sensing and management systems to keep energy consumption under control. However, in too many cases, the envisaged savings are still not being achieved. ‘We have examples showing that many, many buildings do not operate as expected from their design,’ says Pascale Brassier, coordinator of the EU-funded HIT2GAP project. ‘In some cases, this energy-performance gap means buildings are consuming more than twice the expected amount of energy.’ There can be many reasons why buildings do not perform as well as intended. The design calculations could be erroneous, faulty techniques or wrong materials may have been used in construction, and the commissioning of the building services may not have been optimal. But many of the losses arise during the normal, everyday operation of the building and that is what HIT2GAP’s 22 partners set out to address. The project’s solution is called BEMServer, an open source software package that acts as a gateway between the building’s own sensing systems and a set of optional modules that provide a range of energy-monitoring and optimisation services. The BEMServer collects data such as indoor temperature and humidity, electricity consumption for lighting, heating and ventilation, data on the operation of the heating system and even external weather conditions. ‘These measured data are the “fuel” for the BEMServer services,’ Brassier says. Several of the modules offer simulations of the building calibrated against actual measurements. ‘So you can have a real-time simulation tool that will help to detect malfunctioning of the system. It can help a facility manager identify the problem and intervene to correct it very quickly.’ Buildings in four countries have been used as test beds for the BEMServer: a nanoscience research centre in San Sebastian, Spain, the town hall in the Wilanów district of Warsaw, Poland, the engineering building of the National University of Ireland in Galway, and the headquarters of Bouygues Construction near Versailles in France. Brassier says the Galway example, in particular, showed how much could be saved by attending to failings in air-handling systems. ‘The faults were detected in a very reliable and precise way. These are common faults which can be found in every building. When we corrected them we measured the impact and found a high potential for energy saving.’ The project estimated that savings of between 25 % and 65 % could be made in electricity consumption of typical air-handling systems. ‘This is a very good example of the positive impact generated by the BEMServer and the modules.’ Another module detects omissions by the occupants, such as leaving lights on or windows open overnight, although Brassier admits that human behaviour is much harder to influence than adjusting machinery. ‘This is a difficult topic but it’s a very big source of the energy-performance gap so this module and this service is very important.’ HIT2GAP ended in August 2019 but the work is continuing. As the BEMServer is free and open source, anyone can develop it further or create and sell add-on modules to work with it. Twelve modules are available to date. Brassier’s company, Nobatek/Inef4, is working on new modules as well as improving the robustness of BEMServer itself by pre-processing the data received from the building management system to improve the quality of the data delivered to the modules. ‘We do not need closed, black-box systems,’ the coordinator stresses. ‘We are trying to push in the other direction by providing an open source tool that people can use, modify and expand for their own needs.’


Even the most modern buildings can use far more energy than the designers intended. EU researchers have created an open source energy management system that can pinpoint where energy is being wasted and indicate possible solutions. Modern buildings are increasingly designed to be energy efficient, often employing sophisticated sensing and management systems to keep energy consumption under control. However, in too many cases, the envisaged savings are still not being achieved. ‘We have examples showing that many, many buildings do not operate as expected from their design,’ says Pascale Brassier, coordinator of the EU-funded HIT2GAP project. ‘In some cases, this energy-performance gap means buildings are consuming more than twice the expected amount of energy.’ There can be many reasons why buildings do not perform as well as intended. The design calculations could be erroneous, faulty techniques or wrong materials may have been used in construction, and the commissioning of the building services may not have been optimal. But many of the losses arise during the normal, everyday operation of the building and that is what HIT2GAP’s 22 partners set out to address. The project’s solution is called BEMServer, an open source software package that acts as a gateway between the building’s own sensing systems and a set of optional modules that provide a range of energy-monitoring and optimisation services. The BEMServer collects data such as indoor temperature and humidity, electricity consumption for lighting, heating and ventilation, data on the operation of the heating system and even external weather conditions. ‘These measured data are the “fuel” for the BEMServer services,’ Brassier says. Several of the modules offer simulations of the building calibrated against actual measurements. ‘So you can have a real-time simulation tool that will help to detect malfunctioning of the system. It can help a facility manager identify the problem and intervene to correct it very quickly.’ Buildings in four countries have been used as test beds for the BEMServer: a nanoscience research centre in San Sebastian, Spain, the town hall in the Wilanów district of Warsaw, Poland, the engineering building of the National University of Ireland in Galway, and the headquarters of Bouygues Construction near Versailles in France. Brassier says the Galway example, in particular, showed how much could be saved by attending to failings in air-handling systems. ‘The faults were detected in a very reliable and precise way. These are common faults which can be found in every building. When we corrected them we measured the impact and found a high potential for energy saving.’ The project estimated that savings of between 25 % and 65 % could be made in electricity consumption of typical air-handling systems. ‘This is a very good example of the positive impact generated by the BEMServer and the modules.’ Another module detects omissions by the occupants, such as leaving lights on or windows open overnight, although Brassier admits that human behaviour is much harder to influence than adjusting machinery. ‘This is a difficult topic but it’s a very big source of the energy-performance gap so this module and this service is very important.’ HIT2GAP ended in August 2019 but the work is continuing. As the BEMServer is free and open source, anyone can develop it further or create and sell add-on modules to work with it. Twelve modules are available to date. Brassier’s company, Nobatek/Inef4, is working on new modules as well as improving the robustness of BEMServer itself by pre-processing the data received from the building management system to improve the quality of the data delivered to the modules. ‘We do not need closed, black-box systems,’ the coordinator stresses. ‘We are trying to push in the other direction by providing an open source tool that people can use, modify and expand for their own needs.’


Multimedia Sensor Networks (MSNs) have gained much attention in recent years from the emerging trends of Internet of Things (IoT). They can be found in different scenarios in our everyday life (e.g., smart homes, smart buildings). Sensors in MSNs can have different capacities, produce multiple kinds of outputs, and have different output encoding formats. Thus, detecting complex events, which requires the aggregation of several sensor readings, can be difficult due to the lack of a generic model that can describe: (i) sensor networks infrastructure, (ii) individual sensor specificities, as well as (iii) multimedia data, while allowing the alignment with the application domain knowledge. In this study, we propose Multimedia Semantic Sensor Network Ontology (MSSN-Onto) to ensure MSNs modeling and provide both syntactic and semantic data interoperability for defining and detecting events in various domains. To show the readiness of MSSN-Onto, we used it as the core ontology of a dedicated framework (briefly defined here). We also adopted MSSN-Onto in HIT2GAP European Project. A prototype has been implemented to conduct a set of tests. Experimental results show that MSSN-Onto can be used to: (i) effectively model MSNs and multimedia data; (ii) define complex events; and (iii) allow to build an efficient event querying engine for MSNs. © 2018 Elsevier B.V.


Bourreau P.,Nobatek INEF4

Estibaliz Larrauri

Estibaliz Larrauri Aranguren (Amurrio, 1981[1]), Euskal Herrikoabokatu, funtzionario, EHUkoirakasle eta, 2016. urtetik, Eusko Legebiltzarrekolegebiltzarkidea da, EAJren eskutik.[2][3][4]Arabako Unibertsitate-ospitalaren Pertsonal-zuzendari ohi den Pablo Larrauriren alaba da ere.[5]

Ibilbidea[aldatu hezkuntza ope

4 Replies to “Hezkuntza ope”

  1. इसके लिए आपको अपने नज़दीकी आर्यावर्त बैंक में संपर्क करना होगा। क्योंकि इस समय कई सारे CSP/BANK MITRA काम कर रहे हैं।

  2. ILMatt  its not just currency you need to declare, is any asset.  try leaving with 5 kilos of gold (same thing).  anyway i think the comment meant leave as in move....  like, later boners:)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *