Science Education Empowerment Programme

Objectif thématique: A.2 Soutien à l’éducation, à la recherche, au développement technologique et à l’innovation
Priorité: Priorité A.2.1 Soutenir le transfert technologique et la commercialisation des résultats de la recherche, en renforçant les liens entre la recherche, l'industrie et d'autres acteurs du secteur privé
Brève description du projet : Science Education Empowerment Programme (SEEP) will build on an ongoing experience on a smaller scale in the UPPScience Project (www.uppscience.eu) fostering the research culture in education. SEEP will enlarge an already existing platform in which users from Higher Education and Research Centres and SMEs applying STEM, IT and science related subjects form one Community of Practice in which they share research questions, ongoing research and explore applications.
Objectifs principaux – problèmes à traiter: The three objectives of SEEP address three needs: - research not shared outwards to reach the possible end user limits the opportunities for the commercialisation, - SEEP forms a Community of Practice that is more disciplined and has a better infrastructure to operate and - SEEP creates link between researcher and enterprise so that the market may also prod the research question prompting research structures to explore uncharted areas.
Résultats attendus: A Community of Practice brining together players in research and industry using a technological platform that enables them to share research questions, research and creation of partnerships aimed at exploitation and commercialisation of research.
Partenaires déjà impliqués: Three universities and an enterprise centre.
Partenaires recherchés: Universities, Research Centres, Policy Makers and Industry
Budget total prévisionnel: 1,200,000
Prénom: Antoine
Nom: Gambin
Nom de l’organisme: VisMedNet Association
Type d’organisme: ONG
Ville: Saint Paul's Bay
Pays: Malte
Courriel: directorate@vismednet.net
Numéro de téléphone: +35699013956
Contact Skype: maltimediahouse
Site web: http://vismednet.org