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Partners and associated partners

Partners

Jacobs University

Jacobs University

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National Technical University of Athens

National Technical University of Athens

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Tallin University of Technology

Tallin University of Technology

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University of Bremen

University of Bremen

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University of Girona

University of Girona

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University of Lisbon

University of Lisbon

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University of Zagreb

University of Zagreb

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Associated Partners

MARS d.o.o.

Zagreb, Croatia
A start-up in marine systems, spin-off from the university of Zagreb. This can bring to the partnership the experience of bringing research results into commercialisation. It will support project activities on employability and entrepreneurship.

Blue Oceans Robotics

Odense, Denmark
A growing SME in robotics, with an end-user approach. They are involved in entrepreneurial activities in robotics and support the local university offering traineeships and mentoring. It will support project activities on employability and entrepreneurship.

Kosmo Strategio Ltd.

Edinburgh, Scotland
A SME specialised in educational and training activities, with a strong track record in Erasmus+. It will support the project implementation, in particular on training methodologies.

Iqua Robotics

Girona, Catalonia (Spain)
A start-up from the University of Girona. They commercialise autonomous underwater vehicles, together with advanced sensor fusion and autonomy solutions. This is a great example of technology transfer from the research to the market and will provide valuable inputs to the project activities, especially on employability and entrepreneurship.

euRobotics Topic Group Marine Robotics

Brussels, Belgium
A network of professionals and academics in Europe working in Marine Systems, under the umbrella of the general euRobotics aisbl organisation. It will support the project dissemination and exploitation activities, will give space to present the project during the following European Robotics Forums and will allow to publish information about the project progress on its mailing list.

UN Major Group Children and Youth

World
One of the ten UN Major Groups, acting as a bridge between young people and the UN system in order to ensure their right to meaningful participation. Their science-policy interface (SPI) taskforce is particularly interested in this project, as it represents an opportunity for many young people (students) to become more aware and active about sustainability, contributing to the UN Agenda 2030.

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This project was funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and neither the European Commission nor the NA DAAD is responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project ID: 2018-1-DE01-KA203-004259.

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