Research stays for visiting scholars
Senior and post-doctoral young researchers are encouraged to carry out 3-4 week research stays in partner institutions.
The objective of this action is to promote mutual knowledge and joint research and publications.
In June 2023, Professor Milenko Petrovic, from the National Centre for Research on Europe (University of Canterbury) visited the University of Deusto in a research stay. During his 3-week stay in Bilbao, Professor Petrovic had the chance to meet researchers from the School of Law, as well as academic authorities, such as the Dean of the School of Law and the Coordinator for the International Mobility. During his stay, Professor Petrovic worked on the EU-New Zealand relations, in particular economic and cultural relations. To this end, he was provided with an office at the School of Law and access to the Deusto Library- CRAI.
Inmaculada Herbosa, Associate Professor and researcher at the University of Deusto carried out a research stay at the University of Toyo (Japan) from 27 June to 27 July 2023. During the stay, she worked on the topic ‘Liability derived from AI’. She had the chance to give two seminars on this issue to students at the Center for Global Innovation Studies. She also held various research meetings with members of Toyo University’s Faculty of Global and Regional Studies, as well as with researchers of Toyo School of Law, such as Masaki Sakuramoto, Professor of Commercial Law.
Professor Martin Holland, Director of the National Centre for Research on Europe (University of Canterbury) visited the University of Deusto during the week 10-16 July 2023. Professor Holland met researchers from the School of Law and the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences. He also held work meetings with academic authorities, such as the Dean of the School of Law, and the Vice-Rector for International Relations and Research. These meetings were aimed to discuss new ways of collaboration to consolidate and expand the already established cooperation beyond the EUNAP project. During his stay, Prof. Holland was provided with an office at the School of Law and access to Deusto Library-CRAI.