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Ongoing Projects

Ongoing Projects

EmpInno

Empowering for Innovation and Growth in Medium-Sized Cities and Regions

EmpInno fosters the implementation and improvement of research and innovation strategies for smart specialisation (RIS3) in medium-sized cities and regions in the Baltic Sea Region.

 

Programme: Interreg BSR
Project duration: 2016–2019
Budget: 3,051,841.30 EUR (including the budget for Tartu City Government: 113,736.25 EUR)
Lead Partner: Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH
Project Partners:

  • South Denmark European Office
  • Business Support Organisation KiWi GmbH
  • Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship
  • Lubelskie Voivodeship
  • Foundation for Lubelskie Development
  • Kaunas Science and Technology Park
  • Riga Planning Region
  • Tartu Science Park
  • Tartu City Government
  • Prizztech Ltd
  • Regional Council of South Ostrobothnia
  • Östergötland County Council/Region Östergötland
  • Gävleborg County Council
  • D2i – Design to innovate
  • Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences

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Siim Espenberg
tel +372 736 1193
e-mail Siim.Espenberg@raad.tartu.ee

 

Inno Infra Share

Sharing strategies for European Research and Innovation Infrastructures

The goal of INNO INFRA SHARE (Sharing Strategies for European Research and Innovation Infrastructures) project is to improve accessibility to and the utilisation of local Research and Innovation infrastructure (RII) assets by SMEs.

 

RIIs have the potential to act as enablers of competitiveness and growth for local SMEs and foreign users, especially in the area of Key Enabling Technologies (KETs). To unleash this potential, project partners will jointly work towards adding a market-driven dimension (to complement the research and technological aspects) by networking and promoting collaboration opportunities at the regional and international level, in addition to addressing national and regional RII relevant policy instruments.

 

Programme: Interreg Europe
Project Duration: 2017–2020
Budget: 1,632,694 EUR (including the budget for Tartu City Government: 117,420 EUR)
Lead Partner: ASTER Stock Joint Consortium
Project Partners:

  • Brainport Development
  • Vidzeme Planning Region
  • Tartu City Government
  • Flanders Make
  • Region Skane
  • Brno University of Technology
  • Chemnitz University of Technology

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Contact:

Alo Lilles
tel +372 736 1196
e-mail Alo.Lilles@raad.tartu.ee

Innova Foster

Fostering startup & innovation ecosystems in Europe

Innova Foster aims at encouraging growth for startups  (scalable, high-potential SMEs with less than 5 years of life) through their engagement in  the innovation processes at local or regional level and by improving their role as regional and industry innovation providersin seven European regions.

 

Programme: Interreg Europe
Project Duration: 2017–2020
Budget: 1,267,899 EUR (including the budget for Tartu City Government: 142,100 EUR)
Lead Partner: INCYDE Foundation
Project Partners:

  • Torun Regional Development Academy
  • Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Scientific Research Centre Bistra Ptuj
  • Malta Enterprise
  • Tartu City Government
  • Cork City Council

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Contact:

Alo Lilles
tel +372 736 1196
e-mail Alo.Lilles@raad.tartu.ee

RELOS3

From Regional to Local: Successful deployment of the Smart Specialization Strategies

RELOS3 focuses on implementing regional Smart Specialisation Strategies in a local context by actively involving local authorities, innovation actors and companies. This is crucial in creating innovation in EU regions.

 

Programme: Interreg Europe
Project duration: 2017–2020
Budget: 1,413,237 EUR (including the budget for Tartu City Government: 140,442 EUR)
Lead Partner: Economic Development Agency of Sabadell
Project Partners:

  • Metropolitan City of Bologna
  • Wielkopolska Region
  • Local authority of Emmen
  • Malta Enterprise
  • Tartu City Government

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Contact:

Siim Espenberg
tel +372 736 1193
e-mail Siim.Espenberg@raad.tartu.ee

Baltic Game Industry

Empowering a booster for regional development

Baltic Game Industry – Empowering a Booster for Regional Development' (BGI) aims towards boosting the game industry in the Baltic Sea region (BSR), increasing the capacity for innovation and transferring the game industry in the region into a global player with worldwide competitiveness.

BGI comprises three components - improvement of framework conditions, incubation capacity building and enlarging business opportunities for the game industry beyond entertainment.

The project will result in

  • improvements in regulations, strategies and schemes, which guide the business support for start-ups in the eight countries, with a Good Practice catalogue on favourable framework and policies for game business development
  • functional game incubators providing consulting and mentoring support to game start-ups, with model schemes and manuals/guidelines for game incubation programming and financing, mentoring and international cooperation for game business development
  • increased business power of and business opportunities for the BSR game scene, with a functional VR application for therapeutic use, a VR Health Reference Model and recommendations for VR apps in other industries

 

Programme: Interreg BSR
Project duration: 2017–2020
Budget: 3.5 million EUR (including the budget for Tartu City Government: 117 000 EUR)
Lead Partner: BGZ Berliner Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (BGZ Berlin International Cooperation Agency GmbH)
 

Project Partners:

  • Land Berlin (State of Berlin)
  • Hamburgisches WeltWirtschaftsInstitut gemeinnützige GmbH (Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI))
  • Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (HTW Berlin University of Applied Sciences)
  • Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf (University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf)
  • Erhvervsakademi Dania (Dania University of Applied Sciences)
  • Norddjurs Kommune (Norddjurs Municipality)
  • Enheden for Klinisk Alkoholforskning, Klinisk Institut, Syddansk Universitet (Unit of Clinical Alcohol Research, Clinical Institute, University of Southern Denmark)
  • Sihtasutus Tartu Teaduspark (Tartu Science Park Foundation)
  • Tartu Linnavalitsus (Tartu City Government)
  • Metropolia Ammattikorkeakoulu Oy (Metropolia University of Applied Sciences)
  • Neogames Finland ry (Neogames Finland)
  • Helsingin kaupunki (City of Helsinki)
  • Nodibinājums Ventspils Augsto tehnoloģiju parks (Foundation “Ventspils High Technology Park”)
  • Ventspils pilsētas pašvaldības iestāde Ventspils Digitālais centrs (Ventspils city municipal authority Ventspils Digital centre)
  • AHK Service SIA (AHK Service SIA)
  • Kauno mokslo ir technologijų parkas (Kaunas Science and Technology Park)
  • Viesoji istaiga Lietuvos inovaciju centras (Lithuanian Innovation Centre)
  • Krakowski Park Technologiczny sp. z o.o. (Krakow Technology Park LLC)
  • Instytut Psychiatrii i Neurologii (Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology)
  • Dataspelsbranschen (Spelplan ASGD AB) (Swedish Games Industry Association of Swedish Game Developers)
  • Invest Stockholm Business Region AB (Invest Stockholm Business Region)South Denmark European Office

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Alo Lilles
tel +372 736 1196
e-mail Alo.Lilles@raad.tartu.ee

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