logop_ptjParticipant 1:

JUELICH – Project Management Agency Juelich (funding agency)

 

JUELICH – Project Management Agency Juelich – is a funding agency located in Berlin, Bonn and Juelich, Germany, and was founded in 1974.

Contact:

Dr Shilpi Saxena


 

logop_rpfParticipant 2:

RPF – RESEARCH PROMOTION FOUNDATION (non-profit private foundation)

 

RPF – Research Promotion Foundation – is a non-profit private foundation with public mandate located in Cyprus.

Contact:

Eleana Gabriel


ademengParticipant 3:

ADEME – Agence de l’environnement et de la maîtrise de l’énergie (public body with industrial and               commercial activity)

 

ADEME, the French Agency for Environment and Energy Management, is a state-funded establishment (founded in 1992 through the merger of AFME – French energy management agency, ANRED – Agency for Wastes Recovery Reduction and elimination, AQA – Air Quality Agency) whose activities are supervised by two French Ministries: Research and Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy.

Contact:

Irina Uzun

 


 

logop_finland_academyParticipant 4:

AKA – Suomen Akatemia (governmental funding organisation)

 

AKA – Suomen Akatemia – is a governmental funding organisation located in Helsinki, Finland and was founded in 1970.

Contact:

Jaana Lehtimäki


 

logop_ampeuParticipant 5:

AMEUP – Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes (national agency)

AMEUP – the Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes – is based in Zagreb, Croatia.

Contact:

 


 

logop_apreParticipant 6:

APRE – AGENZIA PER LA PROMOZIONE DELLA RICERCA EUROPEA (non-profit organisation)

APRE – Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea – is a non-profit research organisation, created in 1989 as a joint initiative of the Italian Ministry of Research and the EC in order to foster the Italian participation in the national and European Research and Innovation Programmes.

Contacts:

Matteo Di Rosa, Karolina Jurkiewicz


 

Participant 7: ABAE-BAOB– Brussels Agency for Business Support (brand name: hub.brussels) (public limited company with a social purpose)

Created in 2018 by the government of the Brussels Capital Region as the merger of 3 public entities (impulse.brussels – coordinator of EEN local consortium – Atrium Brussels and Bruxelles Invest & Export) and acting as a public entity, ABAE employs ca. 300 people, in charge of supporting and accompanying the development of Brussels companies, their innovation processes, their internationalization and the attraction of foreign investment in Brussels. ABAE has been given by the regional authorities 3 missions:
Supporting companies: The Agency supports the development of Brussels companies, from idea to realization, and facilitates their efforts in this direction. It also supports companies wishing to export outside the region / country, as well as stimulating foreign investment in Brussels.
Stimulate the environment: The Agency initiates new dynamics within the Brussels ecosystem and beyond, through innovative projects and actions. It builds connections between private and public actors in the economic world, to strengthen existing links and create opportunities.
Support the public authorities: The Agency is a force of proposal to the Government, by its precise knowledge of the Brussels economic ecosystem. Statistical indicators and field practices enable it to carry out enlightening and enlightened monitoring of the sector and the territory, and to judge the actions carried by the Region.
It also provides collective support via clustering activities. In particular, ABAE hosts the regional Clusters dedicated to Health and e-health technologies, ICT, Sustainable Construction, Audio-visual, Tourism/Event/Cultural, Circular Economy as well as the Brussels Green Tech Network. ABAE is also officially nominated by the Brussels Capital-Regional to host the team of National Contact Point (NCP) on Horizon2020 for all Societal Challenges and Leadership in Enabling and Industrial Technologies as well as Legal & Financial and Coordination. ABAE participates in several EU NCP and EEN projects, in Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs initiative (COSME) and Feder projects.

http://ncpbrussels.be/ c/o www.hub.brussels

Contact:

Camille Lepinay


 

logop_cdtiParticipant 8:

CDTI – Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (public business entity)

CDTI – Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology – is a Spanish public business entity under the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.

Contacts:

Dr Lydia González, Juan Carlos García


 

logop_moldovan_rdaParticipant 9: 

MRDA Moldovan Research and Development Association (governmental organisation)


Moldovan Research and Development Institution “MRDA” (MRDA) – was established as a nongovernmental, non-profit organization in 2000 with the mission to advance science and technology development in Moldova.

Contact:

 


 

logop_centrum_vti_srParticipant 10:

CVTI SR – Centrum vedecko-technických informácií SR, Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information SCSTI (public organization)

 

CVTI SR – Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information – is a directly-managed organization of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic located in Bratislava, Slovakia, and was founded in 1938.

Contact:

Veronika Dugovičová

Anna Janušová


 

logo-transparent-2Participant 11:


DWTI – SIST – Dienst voor Wetenschappelijke en Technische Informatie – Service d’information scientifique et technique (public organisation)

DWTI – SIST – Dienst voor Wetenschappelijke en Technische Informatie – Service d’information scientifique et technique – is a public organisation (administration) located in Belgium and founded in 2000.

Contact:

Marieke Zwartjes

 


 

logop_ercParticipant 12:

ETAg – Estonian Research Council (governmental foundation)

ETAg – Estonian Research Council – is a governmental foundation located in Tartu and Tallinn, Estonia and founded in 2012.

Contact:

Ülle Napa


 

logop_euresearch_swissParticipant 13:

Euresearch – Verein Euresearch (NGO)

 

Verein Euresearch is a non-governmental, non-profit, private organisation located in Bern, Switzerland and was founded in 2001.

Contact:

Dr Judith Zbinden


 

Participant 14:

EZ/RVO – Ministerie van Economische Zaken / Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (Netherlands Enterprise Agency)
EZ/RVO – Ministerie van Economische Zaken / Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland – is a governmental organisation (agency of a ministry) located in Hague, Netherlands and was founded in 2014 as result of a merger between Agency NL and the Dienst Regelingen.

Contact:

John Heynen

Corinne van Voorden

 

 

logop_fctParticipant 15:

FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (governmental organisation)

FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia – is a governmental organisation located in Lisboa, Portugal and was founded in 1997.

Contacts:

Dr Anabela Carvalho , Cristina Gouveia


 

logop_praxiParticipant 16:

FORTH – Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas / HELP-FORWARD Network (research organisation)

FORTH – Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas – is a research organisation founded in 1987, located in Heraklion, Crete (FORTH Headquarters) and Athens (operating unit HELPFORWARD Network).

Contact:

Vaya Piteli


 

logop_ipptParticipant 17:

IPPT PAN – Institute of Fundamental Technological Research (research organisation)

 

IPPT PAN – Institute of Fundamental Technological Research – is a research organisation located in Poland and it was founded in 1952.

Contact:

Dr Magdalena Głogowska


 

logop_luxinnovationParticipant 18:

Luxinnovation GIE (national innovation agency)

 

Operating at the heart of Luxembourg’s innovation system, Luxinnovation (founded in 1984) – the National Agency for Innovation and Research – focuses on stimulating the competitiveness of Luxembourg’s economy by promoting research, innovation, creativity and design.

Contacts:

Sanna Aalaranta


 

logop_iserdParticipant 19:

MATIMOP-ISERD – MATIMOP– Israeli Industry Centre for R&D (NGO)

 

MATIMOP-ISERD – MATIMOP – Israeli Industry Centre for R&D – is a non-governmental organization located in Israel and was founded in 1996.

Contact:

Lior Ben Artzi – Gershon


 

logop_slovenia_messParticipant 20:

MIZŠ – Ministrstvo za izobraževanje, znanost in šport (ministry)

MIZŠ – Ministry of Education, Science and Sport – is located in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and it was founded in 2012.

Contact:

Dr Eva Batista


 

Participant 21:

VINCA

VINCA – Institute of Nuclear Sciences – The Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences is the most prominent multidisciplinary research institute in the Republic of Serbia having more than 400 high tech employees (scientists, engineers, computer programmers, and others). Owing to the multidisciplinary approach, the Institute is capable of responding to the major strategic lines of research defined at the national level. The research in the Institute covers the following areas: physics, chemistry, biology, energy engineering and technology, radiation and environmental protection, accelerator science and materials science. The Institute incorporates sixteen research laboratories, two research centers, and all the necessary technical services.
Participant URL:  http://www.vin.bg.ac.rs/

Contact:

Dr Snežana Pašalić


 

Participant 22:

RANNIS – Icelandic Centre for Research (governmental agency)
RANNIS – Icelandic Centre for Research – is a governmental agency founded in 2003, located in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Contact:

Viðar Helgason


 

logop_tc_ascrParticipant 23:

TC ASCR – Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (non-profit, research)

 

TC ASCR – Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic – is a non-profit organisation located in Prague, Czech Republic and was founded in 1994.

Contact:

Jana Cejkova