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working on FutureAbility
SAPeri&co (Sapienza University)
Saperi&co is a research and services infrastructure of Sapienza University of Rome born in 2019 to promote excellence in applied research and is conceived as a place where different knowledge fields can meet and stimulate and develop research, thanks to the various facilities available and the collaboration among 18 departments.
Founded in 1303, Sapienza is the oldest university in Rome and the largest in Europe. Its mission is to contribute to the development of a knowledge society through research, excellence, quality education and international cooperation.
Sapienza can be described through its impressive numbers: 700 years of history,18000 students, 3300 professors, 3600 employees, technicians and librarians and administrative staff, 11 faculties, 58 departments, 48 libraries and 18 museums.
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Melting Pro (MeP) is an organisation founded in 2011 by seven women to combine their vast experience in the field of cultural management and with a shared vision: a more cohesive society and increased wellbeing for people through participation in culture and the arts. What defines us is our collaborative approach: the value of exchanging ideas and experiences is at the core of all our interventions. We support organisations and individuals working in the cultural and creative sector, empowering them to gain more social relevance and to up-skill their professional profiles. We operate at local, national and European level to promote projects and partnerships in the fields of: audience development, organizational growth, new forms of engagement in the arts, creative development of communities and territories, formal and non-formal learning to acquire leadership, strategic, networking skills.
We carry out research and initiatives in collaboration with national and international organizations and partners in the following areas:
– audience development and engagement
– creative urban regeneration
– empowerment and training
We facilitate alliances, building networks and collaborations among organizations that operate in different scientific-disciplinary sectors, in the belief that the best ideas are the result of cooperation and contamination.
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Throughout its history Loughborough University has built upon its distinctive characteristics. Today it is one of the country’s leading universities, with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research, strong links with business and industry and unrivalled sporting achievement.
The Storytelling Academy at Loughborough University is an interdisciplinary research team based at the School of Design and Creative Arts.
Applied Storytelling has become a key research strength at Loughborough over the past five years and one where we have an international reputation for excellence.
Linnaeus University is located in two Swedish cities: Växjö and Kalmar. It offers over 200 degree programmes with more than 44,000 students registered. Subjects include arts and humanities, health and life sciences, the social sciences, the natural sciences, technology, and business and economics. Research at Linnaeus University is of high quality, nationally as well as internationally, and covers a wide range of disciplines.
We co-operate internationally with universities and other organisations across the world, as well as a range of local businesses and public institutions in Southern Sweden. The FutureAbility project is linked to the Department of Social Studies and the Peace and Development Discipline.”
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DigiTales was established in 2008 as a not for profit company, hosted by Goldsmiths, University of London. The DigiTales legacy reached far and wide since its humble beginnings in a workshop at the BBC in Cardiff in January 2006. The early workshops produced over eighty films, hosted countless screenings in communities and provided material for mainstream television channels from BBC to YLE, the Finnish national public broadcaster. DigiTales stories have also been exhibited in a variety of public spaces from the major international policy conference Creative Clusters in Newcastle to DigiTales at de Balie, a major cultural institution in Amsterdam.
A series of films were also screened on the Berlin underground trains in June 2006 during the football World Cup, as part of a scriptwriting competition based around the theme of Integration, organised by BGZ (Berlin International Cooperation Agency). In June 2007, some 150 people from across Europe gathered at FACT in Liverpool for a conference and exhibition to mark the success of the pilot project and lay the roots for the DigiTales company.
Research Innovation and Development Lab (ReadLab P.C.)
ReadLab is a Greece-based research institution that aims to generate positive social and sustainable impact through innovation Since 2017, ReadLab delivers high-quality research, training, educational, consulting and ICT services to local, national, European and international levels, adopting a human-centered approach and aiming at the promotion of sustainable development and growth. ReadLab brings together a multidisciplinary team of highly specialized researchers from the fields of engineering, communication technologies, education and social and political sciences with a long experience in project management and implementation of national, EU-funded and international projects.
They have cooperated with a wide range of private, public and non-profit organizations in Europe, Middle East and Latin America and the Western Balkans, transferring technical knowledge and designing novel products.
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Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) is the largest institution of higher learning in the Western Cape. We have six faculties that serve more than 35.000 students. The Centre for Innovative Educational Technology (CIET) supports academics across the institution in the integration of technology into teaching and learning.
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Our institution is at the forefront of Hungarian economic and regional research. We operate as an independent think-tank, characterised by intellectual curiosity, the quest for a deeper understanding of the world, and an impartial and unbiased approach to the facts.
Our fundamental mission is to improve our understanding of economic and social processes through in-depth and in-depth analysis of economic, social and territorial processes, and to
contribute in innovative ways to the basis for policy decisions that increase and improve territorial equity and social well-being. Our work is driven by a commitment to ethical scientific conduct.
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University of Patras (UPAT)
The University of Patras (UPAT) was founded in 1964. It includes 35 departments covering a wide range of disciplines. It also hosts 161 laboratories and 17 fully equipped clinics.
UPAT excels in various fields of basic and applied research and has acquired international prominence in research areas such as Health, Environment, Biotechnology, Mechanics, Electronics, Informatics, and Basic Science.
UPAT is producing quality and innovative research and is taking part in a plethora of research projects, scientific organizations, and research groups. UPAT’s scientific group that participates in the project consists of scientists/researchers belonging to the Electrical & Computer Engineering department.
This group has proven expertise and shown innovation in designing and developing hardware and software regarding computer systems, back end systems, communication systems, embedded devices (i.e., IoT, wearables, etc.), and technological tools (i.e., e-platforms, AI applications, etc.) used in education and training.
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