ERA.Net RUS project successfully concluded

18. Mär 2014

Results and follow-up project at the start

The ERA-NET project with Russia, the ERA.Net RUS, was successfully concluded with 31 January 2014. In the frame of this project, two calls for S&T and innovation projects were implemented and a comprehensive foresight study on EU-Russia research and innovation cooperation was conducted. Analytical support underpinned these activities and Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) was leader of the related Work Package. Moreover, ZSI was task leader of the foresight study, which identified thematic priorities and which resulted in a Vision Paper and Action Plan on perspectives of EU-Russia research and innovation cooperation.

The final ERA.Net RUS workshop was held in Moscow on 30th January 2014. It dealt with impact assessment of foresight studies, and with ensuring impact of the ERA.Net RUS foresight results. The workshop was organized by ZSI in cooperation with the National Research University – Higher School of Economics in Moscow (HSE) and with the Joint Research Centre – Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS) of the European Commission. The event was held in the frame of the EU-Russia Year of Science 2014:

ZSI collaborators Manfred Spiesberger, Klaus Schuch, and Gorazd Weiss were involved in the ERA.Net RUS project. A foresight report will be forthcoming at the website of the follow-up project ERA.Net RUS Plus in the course of 2014. ZSI is also involved in the ERA.Net RUS Plus and deals together with HSE with impact assessment of the calls for S&T and innovation projects, which will be launched in the first half of 2014.

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