CGC divisions are spread out worldwide to conduct research, educational, and non-profit activities with the vision of emphasizing on its leadership and potential in fulfilling communication needs of the society and ushering it into the Cross-/Inter-disciplinary multi-business modelling and Technology Innovation era with a measurable impact.
CGC Aarhus University
Aarhus University is the largest and second oldest research university in Denmark. The University is placed in the top 100 in most prestigious rankings of the world’s best universities, belongs to the Coimbra Group and Utrecht Network of European universities and is a member of the European University Association. CGC – Aarhus University was launched on April 26, 2017 in the Herning campus of Aarhus University. CGC – Aarhus University host the CGC head office, admin and secretary.
CGC Denmark Team
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Prof. Marina Ruggieri
CGC Tor Vergata University of Rome
Tor Vergata University of Rome is a public university established in 1982 and is therefore a relatively young University. The university has 6 Schools, 18 Departments, 107 courses and 1700 faculty staff members.
Prof. Sandeep Imamdar
The Vishwaniketan Institute provide education in Engineering, Architecture, Incubation and Design with the aim to impart theoretical knowledge and at the same time introduce students to the real-world problems and guide them to become resourceful solution providers.
Prof. Octavian Fratu
University Politehnica of Bucharest (UPB) assumes the mission to train specialists in different technical fields that are able to use valuable scientific, technical and cultural knowledge, to contribute to the technological, economic and social-cultural progress of the Romanian society and the contemporary world. UPB ensures a performant education, developed and perfected through a complex research activity, continuing the tradition of the Polytechnic School of Bucharest, according to the exigencies and the means offered by the modern information society. It aims to create a new technical university profile, which promotes forms of training adapted to the requirements of a competing society, subject to the integration process in the European and international community.
Prof. Dharmendra Kumar Singh
CGC BIT Sindri, India
BIT Sindri institute was established in 1949 – one of the oldest Engineering and Technological Institute in India. BIT Sindri provide the valuable human resources for the industry and society through the excellence in technical education and scientific research for the sustainable development.
Prof. Vladimir Paulkov
The Technical University of Sofia, is the largest technical university in Bulgaria. Founded October 1945 as part of the Higher Technical School, it is an independent institution since 1953 with 14 faculties in Sofia, three departments and serval centres. The University is a leader in the field of nanotechnologies, virtual engineering, energy efficiency, renewable energy resources, engineering ecology and engineering design.
Prof. Neeli Prasad
CGC ITU USA
International Technological University (ITU) was Established in 1994 and provides excellence in education for the future leaders of Silicon Valley corporations, leveraging the best of Silicon Valley’s technology and business models to advance developing economies throughout the world. ITU attracts talented students, professors, industry innovators and entrepreneurs to the Silicon Valley.
Prof. Liljana Gavrilovska
The Saints Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje is the largest university in North Macedonia. UKIM is the only university in Republic of North Macedonia that unites under its umbrella all scientific fields: natural and mathematical sciences, technical, technological and medical and health sciences, biotechnology, social and humanist sciences and arts.
Prof. Pavlos Lazaridis
CGC UoH UK
The University of Huddersfield is a public university located in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England. It has been a University since back to the 19th century. The University of Huddersfield is a gold-rated university in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
Prof. Dina Simunic
The University of Zagreb (1669) is the oldest and biggest university in South-Eastern Europe. The University of Zagreb offers education and research in all scientific fields and a broad spectrum of courses at all study levels, from undergraduate to postgraduate. With 29 Faculties, 3 Art Academies and the University Centre for Croatian Studies it is the flagship of educational institution in the country, a place where more than 7900 teachers and 72480 students develop knowledge and acquire skills.
Prof. Leonidas Phoebus Koskos
HAEC – Hellenic American Education Center is a leading higher and lifelong education provider in Greece. It is the Greek branch of the Hellenic American University (HAU), Nashua, New Hampshire, USA, which is a non-profit private University, accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). Main areas of HAEC’s research and education activity are Business Administration, Information Technology, Psychology, English Language and Literature, and Music.
Prof. Milca Pejanovic Durisic
The University of Montenegro was founded in 1974 representing the oldest higher education institution in Montenegro. The University has over 20.000 students. It is the largest and the only comprehensive higher education institution in the state comprised of nineteen faculties and two institutes of science.
Prof. Dnyandeo D. Shinde
Sandip University is an university with values rooted deep down in the 5000 year old culture which has always led the way forward to humans around the world. Sandip University is extremely progressive in thought, culture, mission, vision and delivery of world-class education to the next generation of students. Sandip University stands for integrity, excellence and holistic development and is the first Self-financed private university in North Maharashtra.
Prof. Mqhele E. Dlodlo
CGC Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
The National University of Science and Technology strives to become a flourishing and reputable institution not only in Zimbabwe and in Southern Africa but also among the international fraternity of Universities. Its guidance, cultural values is the encouragement of all its members and society of those attitudes of fair-mindedness, understanding, tolerance and respect for people and views which are essential for the attainment and maintenance of justice, peace and harmony at all times. The Faculty of Science and Technology Education aims to become an internationally renowned centre for the search and implementation of progressive theory and practice of teaching, learning, effective training and skills development in science and technology advancement through enhancing the professionalism of practitioners at all levels of the education system in Zimbabwe.