During the years, an interdisciplinary group of researchers at University of Milan has developed significant competences in the analysis of socio-economic impact of RIs and CFs using a variety of approaches. These include both a cost-benefit assessment of infrastructures and their impact valuation on specific stakeholders (e.g. industry and scientific community). The group welcomes the opportunity to share its expertise and is happy to consider collaboration initiatives in the area of the economic analysis of research infrastructures and core facilities.
We consider the staff exchange programme as a unique opportunity for sharing expertise and experiences as well as expanding the ESRF’s network. ESRF is a highly multidisciplinary and multinational research institution where collaborative innovation is a core business.
ECCSEL will gladly like to share its expertise on those different fields but also use that opportunity to assess similarities and differences with RItrain partners.
CESSDA recognises a great value in the exchange programme that allows knowledge and experience sharing among experts working in similar organisations and positions, but rarely have the opportunity to engage. It will help CESSDA grow, learn and expand its network,
We would love to share our knowledge with colleagues in other Universities for best practice and to expand our network. World class research at the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine in the University of Edinburgh is enabled by the
It is a great opportunity to share practices and to learn from the experience of peers, not only in the specific scientific fields but also management practices. In particular, we can offer our expertise developed in the last 12 years,
It is an incredible opportunity and of great value to be able to carry out staff visits between the different RIs or CFs. Watching and learning how they work and are managed in other organizations is vital to be able
I see the staff exchange as a chance to not only exchange Ideas, but to create interdisciplinary research and teaching materials while also having an opportunity to solve / discuss issues that concern most of the RIs (Digital Skills of