Projects

This study aims to document and analyse recent policy developments regarding GEPs in R&I organisations in order to support the renewed priority on gender equality set for the new ERA and the strategic development of its related policy agenda and monitoring framework.

The purpose of this study is to support DG R&I in the development of the 3Ps Dashboards by identifying, rationalising and analysing indicators, which will be used to measure the contribution of the R&I to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

EATRIS is a distributed European infrastructure for translational medicine. In 2019-2020, EATRIS participated in the piloting exercise of the RI-PATHS project.  This pilot

This project focuses on a particular instance of MDI policy executed by the Swedish Innovation Agency Vinnova: the funding of 5 so called “mission-driven innovation milieus” in 2019, with focus on ‘Vision-Driven Health’.

In June 2021, the Greek General Secretariat for Research and Innovation (GSRI) requested the support of the Policy Support Facility (PSF) for an independent review of the Research and Innovation policy in Greece in order to further support and upgrade the National Research Infrastructures.

This project focuses to support the development of Business Finland’s mission-oriented concept and the related impact evaluation framework. The aim of the concept is to increase the impact of our operations, support the solution of broad societal challenges.

Study of the PETRA IV relevant technology trends for the upcoming 10-15 years in the fields of Energy, Transport, Life & Health, Earth & Environment, Quantum Materials for ICT

The newly commissioned PSF activity aims to support the Romanian authorities in restructuring the public science base to improve the quality and performance of the R&I system and guide the country’s integration into the European Research Area.

Building on the knowledge and experience gained during the piloting of the H2020 funded project RI-PATHS, this Implementation Study aims to increase capacity in impact evaluation across a set of national ELIXIR Nodes.

EFIS Centre, in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences IMC Krems (Vienna) and Ecorys (Brussels), delivered a study contributing to the development of the Code of Practice for researchers on standardisation.

The study focuses on the performance (productivity) of the European research and innovation system in the context of the shift to Open Science (OS) policies.

In addition to evaluating the programme and its various components, the study will provide insight into the research themes and groups with the greatest potential, the factors that contribute most to successful research projects and insight into existing R&D competencies within the STEREO teams.

The overall objective of this study is to provide a detailed characterisation of the research data ecosystem in the European context, covering the EU Member States, Horizon 2020 Associated Countries and the UK. It will be key for the EC in developing more targeted policies and support actions to make FAIR and open data practices more mainstream.

On 9 March 2020, the Minister of Education, Culture and Research of the Republic of Moldova, requested the support of the Policy Support Facility (PSF) in relation to three topics: research and innovation (R&I) infrastructures, funding system for public research institutions and strengthening the links between public research and business.

The objective of the study is to evaluate specifically the external coherence of H2020 (2014-2020) in relation to the rest of the R&I environment, as well as identify evidence of and learn from strategic and operational synergies.

Frame concepts and track the development and iterations of Nordic Innovations three thematic innovation programs, as well as give examples of potential impact. The aim is to nurture learning and to support the development of new innovation programs and adaptation in dynamic environments. 

Technical assistance in concept development, organisation and execution of Regional Competition Futourismo Support to RCC Triple P Tourism Project in the development of the concept of regional competition in tourism, provision of expert advice as well as support in preparation of the event and its execution.

The purpose of the assignment is to support the implementation of the Multi-annual Action Plan for a Regional Economic Area (hereinafter: MAP) endorsed at the Leader’s Summit in July 2017 in Trieste, Italy, by providing expertise on removing obstacles to mobility of students, researchers and academics through joint policies, measures and instruments aimed at increasing academic and research mobility and cooperation.

The overall objective of the assignment was to produce a factual but compelling narrative of ESO’s broader societal benefits that is aimed at three primary target audiences. The assignment included the development of a comprehensive framework for ESO societal benefits and development of five dedicated case studies describing in more detail selected impacts in key areas of ESO interest.