Online publication of CEE R&D maps

Published 01 October 2012      
An extensive search of publicly available research results (on researcher and/or research unit level) and research projects originating from the CEE project partner countries (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and also Croatia, FYR of Macedonia and Serbia)in the areas of air pollution, chemical pollution and environmental technologies were performed by the ENVIMPACT and PROCEED projects.
 
Research results were derived from FP7 (FP6, Life+, CIP) projects with the help of CORDIS, websites of Life+ and CIP and the national NCPs, and from desk research based on EC publications, national and institutional R&D reports, other scientific publications and oral communications. CEE project partners were responsible for the quantity and quality of their national data.
 
The specific information collected on air pollution, chemical pollution, environmental technologies fields are now displayed in the dedicated “R&D Interactive Map” section.  The map is available under http://www.envimpact.eu/databases/inter active_map.cfm and under http://www.proceed-project.eu/da tabases/interactive_map.cfm and has been developed using a Flash application, directly linked to the database, which allows automatic updates.
 
Keywords enriching the research results profiles make filtering available for a better user-friendliness. Each Country Page contains information about research projects in the area of air pollution, chemical pollution, environmental technologies, the title of the research profile and of the expert database with a list of the members of the National Expert and Transnational Expert Groups. More information on the specific profiles can be obtained by the user when clicking on the magnifying glass which links to the CEE Research Results Database. In this Database the user can obtain information for easch specific profile regarding the: i) research topic and achieved research result, ii) partnership (information on names and nationalities of the organizations involved), iii) additional information related to dissemination, iv) source of information/references, v) source of funding, vi) project duration, vii) research area and finally viii) research type. 
 

 


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