RU6 announces the launch of the project “Green public procurement for resource-efficient regional growth - GPP4Growth”, The team of RU6 participates as a partner in GPP4Growth.
RU6 announces the launch of the project “Coastal areas sustainable tourism water management in the Mediterranean - CASTWATER”, The team of RU6 participates as a partner in CASTWATER.
RU6 announces its participation in writing the whitepaper 5G: Challenges, Research Priorities, and Recommendations.
You can find further details in http://networld2020.eu/sria-and-whitepapers/
RU6 announces that has successfully completed the Intracom Course. The seminar was designed to include all the basic networking issues to be aware of employees with INTRACOM TELECOM profile of participants.
The fifth InCompass project's study visit took place on 4th, 5th and 6th of June 2013 in the city of Patras, Greece. The study visit was co-organized by two project partners: the Western Greece Region and the University of Patras. During their three days stay, the 19 attendants had the opportunity to visit three incubator units, Patras Science Park, Patras InnoHub and Patras Carnival Lab.
RU6 announces the launch of the project “South East Europe jointly developed common advanced virtual accessibility solutions to support public services – SECOVIA”, as a subcontractor, with the Region of Western Greece.
RU6 announces the launching of the project GN3plus. For more information visit the section of the projects.
On 4 and 5 April in Vienna, the second meeting of the European Programme SIVA was held, in which PED of Western Macedonia is leading a partnership eleven (11) members from Southeast Europe, among which the University of Patras. The meeting was organized by Vienna University of Technology. It was assessed that the SIVA project entitled "South East Europe improved virtual accessibility through joint initiatives facilitating the rollout of broadband networks" has satisfactory pace of implementation and lies within the initial objectives.
The third study visit of the InCompass project took place on the 28th, 29th and 30th of November 2012 and was organized and hosted by project partner Tillväxtverket. All partners got to visit and share information from several different initiatives and the project group was very positive to the visit.
The Province of Milan and BIC La Fucina hosted the second study visit of the European project InCompass (Regional Policy Improvement for financially sustainable Creative Incubator Units) financed by the Interreg IV C Programme. The 15 project partners came to Milan to meet the players of the incubation experiences in the field of cultural and creative businesses with the aim of identifying good practices of financial sustainability.
The first InCompass project's study visit took place on 2 and 3 May in the city of Rotterdam. Organized and hosted by the project partner of Delft University of Technology, the partners attending had the opportunity to identify and discuss best practices and models of management regarding the self‐sustainability of incubators in creative industries in two referenced centers in Rotterdam – the Creative Factory and RDM Campus.
The project Regional Policy Improvement for Financially Sustainable Creative Incubator Units (InCompass project) held its kick‐off conference on 22‐23 February 2012 in Dundee, Scotland. The meeting counted with the participation of the core project consortium, consisting of 15 partners from 12 European countries: Scotland, Spain, Netherlands, Lithuania, Greece, Slovakia, Italy, England, Portugal, Sweden, Hungary and Bulgaria.
The kick-off meeting of the European project SIVA, which is funded by the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme, took place in Kozani on the 27th and 28th of November 2012. Lead partner of the project is the Regional Association of Local Governments of Western Macedonia, while the consortium consists of eleven (11) partners from southeastern Europe, among which the University of Patras. The project is entitled: "South East Europe improved virtual accessibility through joint initiatives facilitating the rollout of broadband networks".
RU6 announces that the project with title “South East Europe improved virtual accessibility through joint initiatives facilitating the rollout of broadband networks - SIVA” is currently in progress.
In September 25th the project organised the Final Exchange Seminar, where partners and stakeholders have presented the Transfer plans. These plans are oriented to adapt the original good practices selected to the Regions that will receive it.