Re-Search Alps is a project which made available data about Laboratories, Research and Innovation Centers all across the EUSALP area in order to support innovation and sharing in the Alpine Region.
The dataset is browsable and freely usable on the RSA Platform: app.researchalps.eu
Projects events and news
RE-SEARCH ALPS IS NOW INCLUDED WITHIN THE INTERREG EUROPE POLICY PLATFORM
Re-Search Alps has been included within the “good practices” section of the Interreg Europe policy platform, visible at the following link: https://www.interregeurope.eu/policylearning/good-practices/item/2197/re-search-alps-research-labs-in-the-alpine-area/
RE-SEARCH ALPS HAS BEEN IMPORTED IN THE EU DATA PORTAL
Since March 26th, 2019, the Re-Search Alps – Research Laboratories in the Alpine Area dataset, which contains information on 125.649 Research Centers,Laboratories and SMEs, 257.248 projects, 110.910 Websites and 771,875 publications has been implemented in European Data Portal. Click here for the dataset: www.europeandataportal.eu/data/?#/datasets/research-labs-in-the-alpine-area
RE-SEARCH ALPS AT THE SECOND ANNUAL FORUM
Innsbruck | 20 and 21 November 2018
Re-Search Alps brought its contribution to the second EUSALP Annual Forum that took place under the Tyrolean presidency. The project has been presented at the Workshop 7 – "Promoting Open Innovation in the EUSALP Macro-Region: Experiences and Lessons Learned from the Alpine Regions".
RE-SEARCH ALPS AT THE WORKSHOP “Start-ups and Technology Transfer in Innovation Ecosystem in South-East Europe and the Alpine Regions”
Ljubljana | 15 and 16 November 2018
Re-Search Alps has been presented at the workshop “Start-ups and Technology Transfer in Innovation Ecosystem in South-East Europe and the Alpine Regions” by Prof. Francesco Guerra. The workshop has been organised by the Joint Research Centre, the European Commission’s science and knowledge service, in collaboration with the Technology Park Ljubljana Ltd. The aim of the event was to provide policy makers and innovation practitioners with knowledge and training/practical insights in setting up successful start-up platforms with support programmes strengthening regional/national innovation ecosystems.
Re-search Alps first General Meeting
Paris | 23 and 24 April 2018
During the first General Meeting Re-Search Alps Partners discussed about the progress of the project and announced that the first demo of the platform, which diplays data concerning French and Italian Research Centers and Labs, will be released by June 2018. The demo will be presented at the OECD general meeting in June and at WIRE 2018 conference in July.
Re-search Alps at the First Annual Forum
Munich | 23 and 24 November 2017
During the First Annual Forum organized by the Bavarian Presidency, AG1 proposed a workshop to explore possible avenues to develop an effective Research and Innovation Ecosystem across the Alpine region.
Re-Search Alps project was presented as one of the activity supported by AG1 and a call for action was launched by the University of Milan and University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (project partner and project leader) in order to collect information about the available datasets concerning the Research Centers and Labs in the 7 Countries and 48 Regions.
Re-search Alps at BDAA
Genoa | July 18, 2017
A paper describing the Re-search Alps Project has been accepted at the 4th International Symposium on Big Data Principles, Architectures & Applications (BDAA 2017) and will be presented on July 18, 2017.
Modena | July 6, 2017
The European project "Research Laboratories in the Alpine Area (RE-SEARCH ALPS)" supported by the Connecting Europe Program Facility 2014-2020 (GA N. INEA/CEF/ICT/A20126/1296967) was launched during the kickoff meeting at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia on July, 6th. The project will work closely with the objectives of the Action Group 1 in the field of Research and Innovation and it will affect the entire Alpine Region, a target area composed of 7 countries and 48 regions.
The results of the project will be available immediately on the EUSALP Platform of Knowledge as open data accessible through a 3D map of the Alpine Region.
Read the interview to Emmanuel Weisenburger (Ministère de lʼEnseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de lʼInnovation) et Loïc Petit (Data Publica) conducted during the kick off meeting of the Re-search Alps project.
Re-search Alps Project presented at the EUSALP AG1 Meeting
Milan | June 6, 2017
The Re-search Alps project has been presented at the EUSALP Action Group 1 Meeting.
Read and download the presentation.
Call for proposal: CEF TELECOM CALLS FOR PROPOSALS 2016 - CEF-TC-2016-2
Programme priority: Connecting Europe Facility 2014-2020
Call priority: Public Open Data
Project acronym: RE-SEARCH ALPS
Project title: Research Laboratories in the Alpine Area
Lead partner: University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Project duration: 24 months
Start date: June 2017
Closure date: June 2019
Project value: 862,830 EUR (granted 50%)
- Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia (LP) - IT
- Data Publica -C-radar - FR
- Università degli Studi di Milano - IT
- Ministère de l’éducation nationale, de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche (MENESR) – Secrétariat d’Etat à l’enseignement supérieur et à la recherche - FR
- Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca (MIUR) - IT
and supported with letter of reference by:
- EUSALP AG1 - EU
- Fondazione AGIRE - CH
- FTI - AT
- Ministry of Education Science and Sport - SI
- Elsevier - NL
RE-SEARCH ALPS project consists in a tool to support the systemic goal to enhance innovation ecosystems is to know and map Laboratories and Research Centers in the Alpine Macroregion. This knowledge is extremely valuable, since scientific and technical laboratories, research centers, innovation centers (both public and private) are pillars of the endowment for the supply of scientific and technical knowledge to the society. They constitute an asset to support economic and social development. Data on those infrastructure are valuable to develop tools for users (enterprises, public administrations, universities, service centers, among others) that are complementary in industrial policy measures supporting SMEs in using knowledge-intensive services and research activities provided by labs in the area. At present there is no systematic information to address those issues in the EUSALP countries.
EUSALP support to the RE-SEARCH ALPS project will also provide a robust testbed for its extension to other EU countries. Relevant interactions with Elsevier will provide support for further integration of relevant data.
The project will allow to support the research and development process to know:
- what the laboratories and research centers do
- where they are located
- where excellence emerges, according to research fields / themes and numbers (active researchers, published papers, won prizes, running EU projects, gotten patents, etc)
- people working in a specific center and determining its excellence
- network of relations they highlight in their websites
The project is strongly based on the CEF Building Blocks for data translation and user identification.
In collaboration with the consortium, a number of Public Administrations, acting as data providers and application users, is included in the consortium, thus guaranteeing the maximum coverage of the dataset and a high quality and usability of the data and tool.
The RE-SEARCH ALPS project aims at achieving three main results:
- definition of a standard set of metadata (based and extending the ones adopted at the national level and defined by the INSPIRE Geoportal) able to represent laboratories, research and innovation centers (referred as “labs”, in short, in the rest of the document)
- publication of an open dataset describing the laboratories, innovation and research centers existing in the seven countries of EUSALP, with particular reference to the 48 Regions constituting the Alpine Area
- development of a semantic and multilingual web application for supporting users in querying the dataset, retrieving the results in open and structured formats and visualizing geo-referenced data