Meet the team
Univerza na Primorskem, Slovenia
The University of Primorska is successfully implementing its two core activities: research and education. In all of its functioning it is closely collaborating with the creators and users of knowledge locally and globally. The knowledge for the environment that the university is directly offering to companies, public institutes and other organisations is a quality upgrade of basic research and a preconditioon to effective use of intellectual potential of society and spacer in which it operates.
The University of Primorska was able to adapt and actively engage with the environment, which is becoming increasingly open for experimentation and innovation. With its activities it is constantly searching for new cooperation possibilities and functioning in entrepreneurial processes.
E.N.T.E.R. GMBH, Austria
E.N.T.E.R., the European Network for Transfer and Exploitation of EU Project Results, is an international online platform for exchange and networking. It enables its more than 250 members from 34 countries to share relevant information about more than 300 projects and their results to a broad variety of interested educational players on all levels, businesses, non-profit organisations, and public bodies as well as individuals.
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
KU Leuven is an institution for research and education with international appeal. All programmes at this University are based on the innovative research of its scientists and professors. From Renaissance philosophy to cutting-edge nanotechnology: as one of Europe’s oldest universities, KU Leuven boasts a long tradition of ground-breaking research and high-quality education and ranks among the best 50 universities worldwide!
KU Leuven is dedicated to education and research in nearly all fields. Its fifteen faculties offer education, while research activities are organized by the departments and research groups. These faculties and departments, in turn, are clustered into three groups: Humanities and Social Sciences, Science, Engineering and Technology (SET), and Biomedical Sciences. Each of these groups has a doctoral school for its doctoral training programmes.
FHM GMBH, University of Applied Science, Germany
Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM) is a private, state accredited University of Applied Sciences headquartered in Bielefeld, Germany. Currently, more than 5,000 students are enrolled in Bachelors and Masters as well as part-time study programmes in the eight campuses across Germany. The FHM was founded in the year 2000 primarily to assist and support the medium-sized companies and SMEs of Germany. It prepares students for professional specialist and management activities at home and abroad through application-oriented teaching and studies. The university’s network comprises a total of more than 4,000 company contacts, with numerous intensive cooperations being maintained across the university’s locations. The FHM is highly active in research collaboration with partners from industry and academia across Europe, with the clear focus of the research activities on supporting the medium-sized companies economy and SMEs. The FHM has been active in XR research in recent years bringing the technology to academia and industry, through European projects such as the VAM Realities Knowledge alliance.
University College Dublin, Ireland
UCD is one of Europe's leading research-intensive universities; it is currently ranked within the top 1% of higher education institutions world-wide. As Ireland's largest university , UCD is also Ireland's most globally engaged university with over 33,000 students drawn from 144 countries, including almost 4,000 students based at locations outside of Ireland. The University's main Dublin campus occupies an extensive parkland estate of 133 hectares and offers world-leading facilities including the UCD O'Brien Centre for Science, UCD Sutherland School of Law, UCD Lochlan Quinn School of Business, UCD Moore Centre for Business, and the UCD Student Centre.
UCD has had nationally-leading success in many of the most prestigious European awards, including European Research Council and Marie Sklodowska-Curie schemes. Over the last decade UCD researchers have increased their annual number of papers in the international literature by 38% and have authored more than 33,000 papers in total. 55% of the papers were co-authored with researchers from more than 130 countries. These papers are cited by other researchers at a rate that is 73% above the world average.