All4R&D – Promoting academia-industry alliances for R&D through collaboration and open innovation platform

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Project actors at the University of Vaasa
Networked value systems NeVS
The aim of the All4R&D project is to accelerate research, innovation, knowledge and technology transfer with our partners in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Armenia.

The excellence of this project will be provided by developing and application of a unique approach of establishing specific, wide-ranged, interactive, comprehensive connection between academia and industry, one being an inspiration and a confirmation to the other. Through synergetic partnership of 13 organisations the academia-industry alliances will be built in holistic approach which will provide vital human capital, with skills and competences needed today. Our motivation was the understanding that when companies and universities work in tandem they can push the frontiers of knowledge, and become a powerful engine for innovation and economic growth.

Name of the project: All4R&D
Project leader: Petri Helo
Project schedule: 15.1.2018-14.11.2022
Funding from: Erasmus+
Contact persons: Petri Helo, Rayko Toshev
Research group at the University of Vaasa: NeVS
Research partners: Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia (UKIM), Faculty of Civil Engineering; Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany (RUB); University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (UNSA); Dzemal Bijedic University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina (UNMO); National Polytechnic University of Armenia Foundation (NPUA); National University Architecture and Construction of Armenia (NUACA); Yerevan Telecommunication Research Institute, Armenia (YeTRI); Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia (IIAP); World University Service – Austrian Comittee (WUS Austria); Winner Project, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (WP); HP Investing Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina (HP).

Official website: http://all4rd.net/

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.