Germany to Co-op with Isfahan University of Art on Iranian Architecture

Monday, October 14, 2019 - 12:27

Otto Friedrich University Bamberg and Isfahan University of Art has signed a cooperation MoU in the field of arrays of Iranian architecture.

According to an ISCA report, the head of International Cooperation Office of Isfahan University of Art, Seyed Mohammad Amin Emami, stated that the MoU was signed in order to carry out research projects in the fields of building restoration, architectural conservation and Archaeometry.

He explained that based on the MoU, both universities can cooperate scientifically and exchange faculties and students in the fields of building restoration, history of art, stylistics and technologies of creating Iranian architecture arrays.

Emami also spoke of the Isfahan University of Art and Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz cooperation and declared that some negotiations have been done for holding a joint international conference in Isfahan with the subject of “Archeology and History of Ancient Ilam”.

According to the university’s official website, the University of Bamberg is a middle-sized University with an academic focus on the humanities, social and economic sciences, as well as human sciences rounded out by application-oriented computer sciences.

Interdisciplinary research activity and the ability to combine degree programs contribute to the university’s distinguished status in Germany’s academic community.

At the University of Bamberg, research and teaching are treated as one entity; service facilities and administration foster innovation and productivity.

Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz is considered one of the most prestigious Universities in Germany that majors such as Archeology, Egyptology and Basic Sciences are taught in this university.

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