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January 14, 2020
The second year of RISIS is upon us.   It is time for the researchers of the STI community who are part of it to draw conclusions, reflect on the results achieved and plan the next actions, in terms of research, strategic approach, communication, dissemination and evaluation. For a week, from 27 to 30 January 2020, ISI-Fraunhofer of Karlsruhe will host all 18 RISIS project partners, to discuss and study all together. 3 plenary sessions,…

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RISIS Methodological course: call for application open!

January 10, 2020
Call for application for the course “PANEL DATA METHODS AND APPLICATIONS” is now open. The course will take place in Milan, Italy, from 5 to 6 March 2020.   The course objective is to introduce the main features of panel data econometric models and present use cases and examples based on the VICO dataset.   Topics covered in the course include specification, estimation, and inference in the context of models that take into account unobserved…

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RISIS-KNOWMAK, an overview of the Policy meeting

January 9, 2020
On 19th December 2019, the Club of associated research organisations (Clora) of Brussels hosted the second policymakers’ Session of RISIS project. During the session, Benedetto Lepori, from Università della Svizzera Italiana and Thomas Scherngell, from Austrian Institute of Technology, presented The RISIS-KNOWMAK tool as an interface to RISIS integrated data.   Part 1 - RISIS-KNOWMAK: The tool KNOWMAK is an on-line tool to display and download selected indicators on knowledge production in the European Research…

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RISIS will have a place in ESOF2020

December 12, 2019
RISIS will take part in Euro Science Open Forum (ESOF)2020, with a 90 minutes interactive round table aiming to discuss recent changes in knowledge production, and how they are likely to be empowered by using a research infrastructure. We have imagined an interactive session, to get all participants close to RISIS project: at this purpose, a ‘RISIS DEMO’ will be created, directly linked to a QrCode. Users will be led during the session into RISIS…

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JoREP 2.0, to analyse transnational cooperation in the European Research Area

November 7, 2019
Integration between scientific communities within the European Research Area (ERA) is supposed to tackle the societal grand challenges and generate a growing social and economic impact. Research funding schemes like the ‘joint Research and Development (R&D) programmes’ - such as ERA-Net programmes, Joint Programming Initiatives, Joint Technology Initiatives - established through multilateral agreement between research organizations from different countries, are examples of how European integration can be pursued. In order to monitor and analyse the…

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