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Partners

  • INTRASOFT International

    INTRASOFT International is a leading European company in the area of Information and Communication Technology Services, offering innovative and added-value solutions of the highest quality to a wide range of international and national public and private organisations. The company employs more than 1,500 highly-skilled professionals, representing over 20 different nationalities and mastering more than 18 languages.

  • University of Bayreuth

    The scientific profile of the University of Bayreuth (UBT) is characterized by interdisciplinarity, innovation and internationality. Teaching and research at the intersection of disciplines, as well as traditional and modern degree programmes in the humanities and social sciences, in law and economics, in the natural and engineering sciences lead to generally recognized degrees including the doctoral degree. The UBT enjoys partnerships with over 40 universities and research institutions across the globe, and is particularly active in European mobility programmes.

  • Ellinogermaniki Agogi Scholi Panagea Savva

    Ellinogermaniki Agogi (EA) is an educational organization of private law, officially recognized by the state. EA was the first Greek educational organization, which applied ODL in secondary level education in the year of 1993. It is an institutional member of EDEN (European Distance Education Network), of STEDE (Science Teacher Education Development in Europe) network and of ECSITE (European Network of Science Centres and Museums) network.

  • Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

    Founded in 1810 according to the concept which Wilhelm von Humboldt had put forward, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin was the "mother of all modern universities". It lives up to its history as a reformorientated institution by planting innovative ideas into study, research and structure. Since its foundation, Humboldt- Universität has been a “universitas litterarum” embracing all major scientific disciplines in the humanities and arts, social and cultural sciences, mathematics and natural sciences, medicine and agricultural sciences.

  • Open University Netherlands

    The Open University of the Netherlands (OUNL) develops and provides open and distance higher education. The OUNL also conducts research into teaching and learning, specifically but not exclusively in distance and lifelong learning settings. There is a special focus on the use of new technologies and teaching/learning methods to provide effective, efficient, attractive and accessible lifelong learning facilities and education. Within the Open Universiteit, the Welten Institute integrates expertise in the learning sciences and technology-enhanced learning.

  • Institute of Educational Policy

    The Institute of Educational Policy (IEP) is the organization that has replaced the former Pedagogical Institute during the recent reform that was introduced in Greece in 2011-2012. It is part of the Greek Ministry of Education and the official advisor on primary and secondary education matters of the Minister of Education.

  • Bulgarian Research and Education Network

    The Bulgarian Research and Education Network (BREN) is a non-profit legal entity, registered under the Nonprofit Legal Entities Act. BREN aims at deploying, developing, and operating the Bulgarian research and education networks, as well as facilitating the integration of Bulgarian educational, scientific, and cultural resources in the global information space. BREN provides the Bulgarian Universities and scientific institutes with access to the pan-European and global research and education networks through high performance information infrastructure.

  • Croatian Academic and Research Network - CARNET

    Croatian Academic and Research Network – CARNet is a government agency founded in 1995 and operating as an independent part of the Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sports.

  • ATiT

    ATiT is an audiovisual and information technologies company specialising in the integration of Information and Communications Technologies in the Educational and Cultural sectors. Based in Belgium where it is registered as a bvba since 1999, ATiT operates with a small full-time staff and a network of associates in different parts of Europe. ATiT staff offers independent project management, technology integration and consultancy services to a variety of clients, partners, companies and agencies like the EC and the ESA as well as global clients like the World Bank.

  • Helsingin Yliopisto UHelsinki

    The Department of Teacher Education is a multidisciplinary institution of education and intellectual regeneration, and a builder and forerunner of the future. Growing up to shoulder responsibility on the global scale provides the wider framework for the Department’s activities. The Department of Teacher Education in Helsinki is the largest and, with regard to its syllabus, the most versatile unit providing teacher education in Finland. It actively promotes the well‐being of the nation, equality and an equitable society.

  • Tiedekeskussäätiö Heureka

    HEUREKA, the Finnish Science Centre, opened to the public in April, 1989. It immediately became one of the major attractions in Finland. Since its opening, Heureka has been seen by 6,2 million visitors (annual average 270 000), 25% of these being school children arriving in groups. Abroad, Heureka’s exhibitions have been seen by 16 million visitors. The population of Finland is 5 million. Heureka is known for its highly interactive and popular science exhibitions.

  • European Physical Society

    The European Physical Society is a not for profit association whose purpose is to promote physics and physicists in Europe. Created in 1968, the EPS provides an international forum to discuss science and policy issues of interest to its members. It represents over 80,000 members and physicists through its 38 national member societies. It also provides a forum for over 3500 individual members. Applied research in industry, and academic and other research institutes are also present as associate members.

  • Cardiff University

    Cardiff University is a Russell Group Institution located in Cardiff, the Capital City of Wales in the United Kingdom. The University was founded by Royal Charter in 1883 and has a mission to reach the highest international standards in research, learning, teaching and community engagement. The School of Physics and Astronomy is home to 38 academic staff, 23 postdoctoral research assistants and 60 PhD students, with a cohort of approximately 300 undergraduate students in a given year.

  • SIVECO

    SIVECO Romania is one of the most important providers and software integrators of EAS, eLearning, eHealth, eBusiness, eGovernment global solutions and turnkey projects from Romania, being involved also on the international markets. SIVECO Romania offers a new approach in computer based education for both educational and enterprise sectors, by leveraging the power and flexibility of its eLearning solutions.

  • Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

    The Istituto Tecnologie Didattiche (ITD) is one of the research institutes of the Italian National Council of Research. It was created in 1970 and is the only one fully dedicated to research in Technology Enhanced Learning. Currently it has a core permanent staff of 32 units, 10 research fellowships and 7 associated PhD students. The Institute is strongly interdisciplinary with expertise which includes informatics, mathematics, physics, linguistics, psychology, pedagogy.

  • Velti

    Velti is a leading global provider of mobile marketing and advertising technology and solutions that enable brands, advertising agencies, mobile operators, and media to implement highly targeted, interactive and measurable campaigns by communicating with and engaging consumers via their mobile devices. Velti is a publicly-held corporation based in Jersey, with over 500 employees worldwide, that trades on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange under the symbol VEL since 2006.

  • Open University Guglielmo Marconi

    The Università degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi was established in 2004 by the Ministry of University and Research (MUR M.D. March 2004) as the first Italian openuniversity with the aim to spread and produce knowledge, giving everybody access to proper learning tools in Italy as well as worldwide. The USGM adopts innovating learning modalities by developing suitable research strategies for most advanced technological solutions and by integrating non residential communication means (e-learning, chat, forum, videoconference, etc.) with seminar activities (workshops, seminars, etc.).

  • The Serious Games Institute - Coventry University

    Coventry University’s Serious Games Institute (SGI) was set up at a time of step change in the consideration of games technologies, computer modelling simulations and the use of digital interactive media to support non-leisure-based activities. At a time of rapid changes in the uses of these relatively new technologies it is important to accompany forays into using these more socially-based technologies with timely research and development.

  • University of Piraeus Research Centre

    The University of Piraeus is one of the oldest Universities in Greece. It presently operates with nine academic departments, specializing in Digital Systems, Economics, Business Administration, International Studies and related areas. The University’s Research Center operates as an independent legal entity and it has been particularly active in conducting research on behalf of public and private sector organizations, in many subject areas.

  • International University of La Rioja

    International University of La Rioja is a young online university founded on a global vision of education directly linked to companies and business. UNIR facilitates an exclusive, innovative and high quality virtual model of higher education, which leans on a personalized, pro-active, and collaborative distance learning method of instruction. UNIR is an academic institution established in compliance with the current regulations governing universities (100% open university, SME), fulfilling all parameters and regulations of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).

  • NUCLIO - Núcleo Interactivo de Astronomia

    NUCLIO is a non-profitable association of professional astrophysicists and amateur astronomers devoted to public outreach and education. The research topics of the professional astronomers encompass a variety of areas such as planetary science, galaxies and cosmology. NUCLIO has great experience in promoting outreach activities for schools and local communities. Some of NUCLIO’s activities include: School visits where telescope observations are promoted, talks prepared specially to tackle the curriculum content and hands-on activities addressing specific topics of the curriculum.

  • Learnit3D

    LEARN TPM/Learnit3D Ltd aims to harness the very latest and most engaging immersive technologies to deliver high quality learning and outreach. The company’s work includes the application of cutting edge 3D interactive technologies and Virtual Reality to deliver highly engaging, interactive and interpretive educational solutions in a wide range of contexts. The main objective is to create learning journeys which are inclusive and accessible to all ages and abilities, through the deployment of proven learning strategies and innovative methods of delivery.

  • Dublin City University

    Dublin City University (DCU) is a young university, situated on an 85 acre campus 5Km from the city centre. DCU was set up to fulfil the national requirement for a highly ranked workforce and as an agent for change in its local community. It includes CASTeL, a centre for research in science and mathematics education, as well as science outreach across all age groups. Its research objective is to identify optimal settings and practices which foster, firstly, a positive attitude to mathematics and science learning, and secondly, a habit of ongoing inquiry and lifelong learning.

  • Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT

    The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Foerderung der angewandten Forschung e.V. (Fraunhofer Society for the Advancement of Applied Research) is Europe’s leading research organization for applied research. The Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT is one of the 58 Fraunhofer institutes and has a staff of about 100 people. The main work regarding this project will be carried out by the Collaborative Virtual and Augmented Environments (CVAE) department. The department has comprehensive experience in the development and integration of Mixed Reality solutions.

  • Institute of Accelerating Systems and Applications

    The Institute of Accelerating Systems and Applications (IASA) was founded in 1994 in order to promote research and postgraduate studies in the Greek University system. It is affiliated with six university departments: Medicine, Physics and Informatics of the University of Athens and Electrical & Computer Engineering, Chemical Engineering and General Science of the National Technical University of Athens. IASA also has a number of support divisions, ranging from computing and electronics to medical physics, which support and enhance the capabilities of the individual research areas.

  • Utrecht University

    Established in 1636, Utrecht University (UU) has evolved into a leading modern research university with a growing international reputation. On the 2010 Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities, Utrecht University ranked first in the Netherlands, 11th in Europe and 50th in the world.

    With nearly 30,000 students and 8,500 employees divided over 7 faculties, Utrecht University spans the entire spectrum of academic research and education.

  • Vernier Technology (Europe)

    Founded in 1981, Vernier Software & Technology pioneers award-winning interfaces, sensors, software, and curriculum to transform how educators teach science and how students collect, analyze, and interpret scientific data. Vernier has been a leading innovator of scientific data-collection technology for over 30 years. Focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Vernier creates easy-to-use and affordable science interfaces, sensors, and graphing/analysis software.

  • SETApps

    SETApps (Science and Educational Technologies Applications) company is a major provider of services and products in the field of STEM Education and ICT Solutions for Education. SETApps products portfolio includes: