Introduction to the Fruit Basket, project Output Library

The Baltic Sea Region (BSR) Programme 2007-2013 financed in total 90 transnational cooperation projects covering a wide scope of themes. In order to share the work done with you, the Programme has created this online basket of projects – a Fruit Basket if you will (formally called the Output Library).

The Fruit Basket may be used for diverse purposes. For example, when you have a specific challenge in your area with regard to transport, you may want to find out what has been done previously in that area and you will most likely find useful documents that would increase your knowledge in the specific topic. Take your pick!

You searched for "Scientific cooperation". 6 outputs found.

Project:
Title:
BaltCICA Summer School
Date:
Oct 2011
Description:
The BaltCICA Summer School took place 26.-30.10.2011 in Hamburg at the HafenCity University. During the event 56 participants (students, PhD candidates, practitioners and academic stuff of many disciplines) where trained in the scenario workshop methodology and their application for climate change adaptation as well as they developed visions and adaptation options for the Metropolitan Region of Hamburg. http://www.baltcica.org/meetings/summerschool.html
Title:
The "Barometer of attractiveness"
Date:
Sep 2012
URL:
Description:
Telemark Research Institute has analyzed key indicators in various countries and participating regions and municpalities in order to investigate and compare the place attractiveness in perpective of 3 dimensions of attractiveness. The output contains a number of reports and presentations given at conferences and workshops during the project period. The findings have triggered a discussion among decision makers and others about the drivers behind increased attractiveness and contributed to raised awareness and change of mental maps. A summing up called "Attractiveness for Settlement" can be downloaded.
Project:
Title:
Similarities and dissimilarities in Nordic applied forest landscape planning systems
Date:
Jun 2014
URL:
Description:
The Baltic Landscape sites in Sweden (Vilhelmina and Helge river) and Finland (Ilomantsi) compared existing planning tools, monitoring programs, data, barriers and possibilities for end users to get knowledge of the data in order to improve integrated landscape planning. The studies showed similar patterns of possibilities and constraints between sites with scattered landscape planning data between authorities, private companies and stakeholders.
Project:
Title:
Letter of Intent
Date:
Jul 2014
URL:
Description:
With the signature of this letter, 14 institutions have agreed to continue the cooperation started within the Science Link project. The success of the project has enouraged the partners to establish a Science Link network. In the frame of the Science Link network calls for companies will be organised. The network is coordinated by a secretariat and decisions are made in a Steering Committee, which consists of one representative from each member institution.
Project:
Title:
Smart Specialisation in Science - a Qualitative Network Analysis
Date:
Jul 2013
URL:
Description:
The study shows that the project had effects in all participating groups. All involved companies have profited from their involvement in Science Link (SL). The hurdle to approach RIs would have been too high for companies without the support through SL. The access to RI provided regions with a competitive advantage as it enabled local companies use the RU despite of geographical distance. A continuation of the SL network was evaluated positively. It seems recommendable to further slim down the network structures.
Project:
Title:
Evaluation of the Science Link Contact Points and their Network, recommendations for future work
Date:
Mar 2014
URL:
Description:
The contact points have effectively helped local enterprises access the scientific facilities, which particularly helped micro- and locally owned companies. Contact points were most active before and during the open calls, but the companies would benefit from stronger communication also during and after the measurements, especially regarding interpretation of results. Future improvements could involve the creation of two-level contact points, with expertise in the scientific issues and the local industries respectively, to strengthen the capacity of the contact points.