CoP Webinar 9 September 2022 Socio-economic impact OF RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES: Things to consider Author: Evi-Carita Riikonen, ICOS ERIC Assessing the socio-economic impact (SEI) of European Research Infrastructure Consortia (ERICs) is being increasingly discussed as more ERICs are being established and
Description It is a great opportunity to share experience and knowledge to create a useful network for interdisciplinary sciences. Name of RI, CF, including website: LAB BCM (BSBT-BCM, Dimevet – University of Bologna) Chiara Bernardini City/Town: Bologna Country: Italy
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,
Description Benefits from staff exchanges include learning from others on areas where we lack the know-how. FORS – Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences, https://forscenter.ch/ Scientific domain of expertise: Data archiving; survey methodology; data production in the social
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
Description Opportunity to exchange ideas and to create a stable network for interdisciplinary research and advanced training Establish or strengthen collaboration Share experience and knowledge, having the opportunity to solve / discuss issues that concern most of the RIs Improve
Participation in the Staff Exchange programme will be a great opportunity to share and exchange experience and knowledge with peers, expand our network, and foster and develop new collaborations. The programme is also an opportunity to exchange ideas and procedures with other core facilities which will enrich our knowledge and will have an impact on the development of MICC-CNC.