29 Apr2015On July the NEXT project will end, but we would like to exploit the follow up of a three years collaborative project. So we have made a proposal to NEXT partners that’s open to new ones. You’ll find in attach two papers that explain how we would like to give continuity to NEXT:
- In the coming years the Italian regions, Croatia and Slovenia, will publish calls for financing initiatives to develop areas of specialization chosen by their Smart SpecializationStrategy (S 3)
- At the same time the EU through Horizon 2020 will play a similar role.
- In Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Albania governments will proceed to strengthen themselves excellence with targeted funding.
This means that in the next 6-7 years, it’s opening a space of opportunities to seize on innovation. In the Adriatic Ionian Macro Region will be therefore to materialize projects and initiatives to address the needs of common development.
23 Apr2015Here you can upload the newsletter Newsletter NEXT #4
23 Apr2015Prof. Arta Musaraj has published on Linkedin this news, related to the Academicus Journal: Dear Authors, Readers and Collaborators of Academicus ISJ, It’s a great satisfaction to announce you that Academicus ISJ becomes the first Scientific Journal in all Balkan area that becomes part of an electronic repository. http://econpapers.repec.org/article/etcjournl/ RePec, one of the 4 biggest electronic repositories in the world, has included in its electronic repository all works published in Academicus, as future works will also be deposited there. All authors have now protected and guaranteed their works published in Academicus ISJ, as part of the humanity scientific heritage and Academicus is once again holder of the most advanced standards of publishing and shows once again its institutional responsible for the protection of the intellectual property and heritage. Click at the Academicus website. Be yourself part of the Academicus network on Facebook and Twitter. Click “Like” on its Facebook Page and “Follow” at its Twitter Page to be updated with latest news. Team Academicus, International Scientific Journal
23 Apr2015download the guide (.pdf/eng.)
15 Apr2015On 23-24 April, in Dubrovnik, will be held the Adriatic Sea Forum refers to EUSAIR strategy. The Forum is focused on tourism and opportunities that it offers to the area. Here the organization press release: Adriatic Sea Forum is a crucial meeting point for whoever is interested in the opportunities the Adriatic offers, for the development of new tourism maritime traffics (cruising, ferries, and boating) with all the related activities. A unique appointment to increase one’s knowledge, technical information, personal and professional relationships, and to introduce and promote one’s entity and projects. The main point of Adriatic Sea Forum is to favour the promotion of the whole Adriatic area through fitting choices and strategies and to enhance the cooperation among different countries (7), regions (25), and destinations (more than 150) facing the Adriatic sea. This will widen business possibilities and provide useful results for all the operators involved in the sectors that are topic of this Forum
14 Apr2015The Italian Embassy in Tirana and Marche Region (P.F. Innovazione Ricerca e Competitività) did sign a Memorandum of Understanding related to Next project, as a cooperation field in promoting Adriatic-Jonian Macro Region strategy. Here you can read the MoU MOU ALB_MR (italian text) The Embassy will put at disposal of Marche Region the open data related to Albanian business and research centers to push cooperation with italian business for commercial partnerships and R&D activities. Marche Region will contribute with NEXT IS platform and services, the blog and the newsletters to strengthen the cross border networking for technology transfer and competitiveness of the area.
14 Apr2015The MIP, the school on management by Politecnico di Milano, has published a report on the diffusion of cloud services in Italy. The public cloud is a reality, amounting on 320 Mn € in 2014, more 40% of the previous year spending. Here the infographic