Columbus project

Knowledge transfer for Blue Growth

  • D4.1 - Inventory of Relevant Projects by Priority Focus Area

    This document identifies relevant research results, known as Knowledge Outputs (KOs), that could support Blue Growth and the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD; the environment pillar of the Integrated Maritime Policy) and the revised Common Fisheries Policies (CFP).

    Uploaded:  6 Sep 2018

  • D4.2 - Portals and Repositories and their role in Knowledge Transfer to support Blue Growth

    Marine data portals and repositories provide users with access to data, metadata and derived data-products. In addition, these data and information systems are also important users of knowledge outputs from research projects. As such, they play a crucial role in marine knowledge creation and application, contributing to open innovation and delivering growth in the blue economy.

    Uploaded:  6 Sep 2018

  • D4.3 - Report on KO’s identification

    The vital aim of the Knowledge Supply step is to collect relevant Knowledge Outputs from EC research projects, the cornerstones of the COLUMBUS project, to inform WP5 and WP6 as to promote the transfer of those with higher potential to realise an impact in the context of the Blue Growth and Marine and Maritime Governance.

    Uploaded:  6 Sep 2018

  • D5.2 - Progression of Knowledge Outputs To Knowledge Transfer

    This report aims to illustrate how the Knowledge Output Pathway (KOP) informs COLUMBUS decision to move a Knowledge Output down through the pathway to achieve impact. It will be explained the relevance of KOP components to decide to go ahead with the next step in the transfer process or not, and how the KOP should feed the design and implementation of a Knowledge Transfer Plans.

    Uploaded:  6 Sep 2018

  • D7.1 - Dissemination and Exploitation Plan, including website

    The COLUMBUS Dissemination and Exploitation Plan (DEP) describes the activities to be performed and the dissemination and exploitation means to be used in order to promote COLUMBUS, and to disseminate and exploit the project objectives, activities and results.

    Uploaded:  6 Sep 2018

  • D7.5 - Blue Society Award Rules

    The COLUMBUS project partners believe that by implementing an award system that rewards added value and increased efforts by researchers, it can initiate a change that also motivates and incentivises researchers to want to carry out and transfer research knowledge for societal benefits.

    Uploaded:  6 Sep 2018

  • D8.1 - Report on current metrics for research performance

    This report contains a review of traditional and current metrics of success for researchers and research performing organisations to understand the current landscape. It also contains interviews of representatives from progressive organisations responding to the broader role of science in society. The identification of roles and responsibilities of researchers in carrying out KT has been explored as well as any incentives and recognition for effective KT work.

    Uploaded:  6 Sep 2018

  • D8.2 - Report on existing knowledge transfer initiatives including their positive and negative attributes from an end user point of view

    Findings in this report are based on a compilation of answers, provided by a variety of end users across the EU, which were collected through an online survey, a stakeholder workshop and one-to-one interviews with selected key individuals within the marine and maritime sector.

    Uploaded:  6 Sep 2018

  • COLUMBUS 1st Annual Conference Minutes

    On Wednesday 2nd March 2016, 57 attendees were welcomed to the 1st COLUMBUS Annual Conference, held in Brussels, Belgium.

    Uploaded:  6 Sep 2018

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