Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) is the top Research Institute in Italy, ranked at the 1st place for scientific excellence within 3 different subject areas and for the economic and social impact according to the latest quality of research ANVUR evaluation.
The University of Deusto, recently recognized as an International Excellence Campus, was founded in 1886 and comprises 6 Faculties: Psychology and Education, Human and Social Sciences, Engineering, Law, Business and Economic Sciences and Theology.
Tree Technology (TREE) is an R&D-performing SME providing information and communication technology solutions based on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence.
The Radboud University is one of the leading academic communities in The Netherlands. The Institute for Management Research, the partner in INTERLINK, has long-standing expertise in the area of democratic participation, co-production, and co-creation.
Cloud’N’Sci Ltd (CNS) is a Finnish start-up that develops and operates a marketplace for data refining services, offering an easy way to commercialize algorithms and utilize them in concrete business applications.
The Catholic University of Louvain is a complete research university established in 1425. UCLouvain is today a large, international community including 29.933 students of 127 different nationalities, 5.836-member teaching, research, administrative and technical staff, and 150.000 alumni worldwide.
Dedagroup Public Services’ is the Italian branch of Deda Group S.p.A. that serves citizens and businesses by designing new sustainable development models to manage resources more efficiently.
The Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) is the executive body responsible for economic, financial and budget policy, planning of public investment, coordinating public expenditure and verifying its trends, revenue policies and tax system.
The Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia (VARAM) is responsible for implementing policy in three areas – environment protection, regional development as well as digital transformation.
Zaragoza is the 5th largest city in Spain and the first to create a Smart CityDepartment which currently comprises a staff of 15 people. Innovation and sustainable development are key in its strategy Zaragoza 2020. The Council is the main