Visiting Professors from Germany and Uzbekistan at our Faculty
We are pleased to announce that in the latest, 4th edition of the "Visiting Professors of the University of Gdańsk" competition, two winning applications were submitted by our Faculty.
The fourth edition of the "Visiting Professors of the University of Gdańsk" program enjoyed record popularity among employees of the University of Gdańsk conducting research and/or teaching activities in cooperation with foreign researchers. As many as 38 applications were submitted. From among the submitted candidacies of foreign visiting professors, the Committee selected 14 scientists from 12 countries around the world. Two of them will visit our Faculty. These are:
Prof. Said Gulyamov from Tashkent State University of Law (Uzbekistan), invited by Assoc. Prof. Edvardas Juchnevicius from the Department of Financial Law. The purpose of the visit of prof. Gulyamov's goal is to conduct a series of lectures and workshops in the field of financial law and artificial intelligence, as well as to carry out research work.
Prof. Ulrike Müßig from Universität Passau (Germany), invited by Assoc. Prof. Michał Gałędek from the Department of the History of Law. The aim of the visit is to conduct lectures for students and PhD students and to carry out research on constitutionalism issues in Central and Eastern Europe.
The application verification committee assessed the submitted applications in terms of the reputation of the invited scientist, the prestige of his or her home research center, strengthening the existing international cooperation between the centers, interdisciplinarity of the research topics, impact on the quality of education and measurable scientific effects of the visit.
As emphasized by the Vice-Rector for International Cooperation of the University of Gdańsk, Assoc. Prof. Anna Jurkowska-Zeidler, the "Visiting Professors" program - is a very strong element of the Internationalizaton at home strategy: "it is the opening of our campus to foreign guests, and above all, diversity, multiculturalism and multilingualism in our academic life. Thanks to the program, students and researchers have the opportunity to meet outstanding scientists from all over the world."