India

Maintenance and Repair Strategy for Wind Energy Development

Research project In order to eradicate poverty, India needs to sustain an economic growth of at least 9% over the next 25 years. To ensure it, the primary energy supply has to increase at a rate of 5.8% annually. Wind energy in India grew very intensively in last dec ... In order to eradicate poverty India needs to sustain an economic growth of at least 9% over the next 25 years. To ensure it, the primary energy supply has to increase at a rate of 5.8% annually. Wind energy in India grew very int ...
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Enhancing Effectiveness of Vocational Education – EEVE

Research project This project aims to improve the performance of vocational colleges in Vietnam. Through pilot surveys in Hanoi, we identified two key challenges. First, students graduate without the skills demanded in the labour market. Second, there is mismatch bet ...
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Mobility grant of Mr Palanisamy Kaliannan

Research project Contribution from renewable energy resource (RES) increasing at a very high rate due to government initiatives and subsidies in Europe and Asia. As well as common public is getting more and more awareness on issues (availability, economic, global war ...
Period: 2019-10-1 to 2020-06-30 Countries: India Lead institutions: Aalborg University (AAU), Department of Energy Technology, Denmark Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), India Project code: 19-MG05AAU Total grant: 165,020 DKK
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Mobility grant of Mr Dhanamjayulu Chittatooru

Research project Power system architectures in future are Microgrids (MGs), by encapsulated benefits of clear economic and environmental benefits compared to expansion of our legacy modern power systems. Research and Development extensive efforts in progress, especia ...
Period: 2019-10-1 to 2020-06-30 Countries: India Lead institutions: Aalborg University (AAU), Department of Energy Technology, Denmark Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), India Project code: 19-MG06AAU Total grant: 165,020 DKK
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Mobility Grant of Ms Mamata Mohapatra

Research project The aim of the research collaborations is to develop synergistic energy materials applicable to scalable renewable energy storage technology from secondary sources such as spent lithium ion battery. The crucial ingredients of lithium-ion batteries, ... The initiative of the collaboration results the development of a novel process involving VOC-assisted leaching developed for recovering Cobalt based energy materials from spent lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) with comprehensive characterization using A ...
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Nepal on the move: Conflict, migration and stability

Research project Migration within Nepal, to India and to join the British army have been practiced for generations. However, flows of migration have intensified during the decade of armed conflict. Migrant destinations such as the Gulf countries, Europe, North Ameri ... Project completion report: The project has contributed substantial new knowledge on a range of migration patterns and practices and their societal implications for the development of Nepalese society. This pertains to both internal migration ...
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Monitoring and assessing the impact of vaccinations and other childhood interventions for both boys and girls

Research project   Background: Both observational studies and randomised trials (RCT) have documented that vaccines and micronutrients have non-specific effects (NSE) on child mortality. These effects may be even more important than the specific effec ... Project Completion Report We managed to conduct the local research training and to national researchers qualified at the PhD or post-doc levels. Though with some delays (due to factors outside our control) we also managed to submit the theses a ...
Period: 2009-10-1 to 2017-01-1 Countries: Burkina Faso Ghana Guinea-Bissau India Kenya Lead institution: Statens Serum Institut (SSI), Denmark Partner institutions: INDEPTH Network, Ghana National Institute of Public Health (INASA), Guinea-Bissau Project code: 09-105SSI Total grant: 10,155,000 DKK
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“How to live with both of these?” A study of challenges and opportunities for health and health care in tuberculosis/diabetes co-morbidity in three districts of Karnataka, India

Master thesis Abstract BACKGROUND:
Like many other low- and middle-income countries, India is fighting a double burden of communicable and non-communicable diseases, creating special challenges for the already overburdened health system. A deep pro ...
Period: 2012-05-19 to 2012-07-15 Countries: India Lead institutions: University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark Grant recipient: Marianne Kjærtinge Project code: A18370 Total grant: 15,000 DKK
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