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MOFET Institute

The Mofet institute, The international Channel

MOFET is responsible for project management and coordination, and chairing the Project’s Management Board. They also lead all tasks located in Israel and support exploitation planning and activation of the CS Track community. 
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Rhine-Ruhr Institute for Applied Systeminnovation

Rhine-Ruhr Institute for Applied Systeminnovation

RIAS is responsible for the integration of web-based analytics (conceptually and technically), the selection and inclusion of German Activities / Initiatives as well as being responsible for the definition of interfaces for the platform. They are also responsible for data analytics on web-based activity data of the selected activities.
More info.

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Ciberimaginario and Lite lab

URJC is responsible for defining and creating the CS Track eMagazine. They will also distribute the Analysis of Citizen Science practice and other outputs as well as policy recommendations and other results through the community platform. Furthermore, they will contribute to dissemination and exploitation planning and activation of the project community.
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Wissenschaftsladen Wien

WID logo

WLW lead the work on creating a conceptual and theoretical framework for CS Track as well as heading the Citizen Science Committee (CSC) and being responsible for the coordination of all aspects of citizen science in the project. They will contribute to the collection, selection and surveying of citizen science activities generally as well as specifically in the case of Austria.
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Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Universitàt Pompeu Fabra TIDE Research Group on Interactive and Distributed Technologies for Education

UPF lead on the work to explore citizen science activities ensuring that the selection is done according to the criteria established through the work led by WLW. They will also contribute to all tasks where data collection and qualitative analysis is done. They will also support the selection and analysis of Citizen Science activities in Spain and contribute to the web-based analytics requirement analysis.
More info.

University of Jyväskylä

University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylän yliopisto

JYU will lead on the quantitative data collection & analysis, accreditation discussion paper and policy recommendations. They are also responsible for implementing a new set of measures and data collection tools as well as providing insight into citizen science activities in Finland.
More info.

ATiT

ATiT

ATiT are responsible for ensuring project impact as well as working closely with URJC on the support to the citizen science community. They are responsible for ensuring effective communication channels for the project team from the outset and for making sure the outcomes are effectively disseminated to the wider citizen science community.
More info.

Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas

FORTH, Institute of Applied & Computational Mathematics

FORTH will contribute to the identification of individual and social indicators and criteria on which to base analytics as well as monitoring and studying citizen science activities in Greece. They are also the Ethics & Gender Coordinator, assisting the Project Management Board in these areas.
More info.

Wissenschaft im Dialog

Wissenschaft : im dialog

WiD will be most deeply involved in the exploration and information gathering on citizen science activities and in supporting the community web platform. WiD will contribute to the communication activities of the project and create content for the eMagazine. WiD will also contribute to researching citizen science activities, particularly in Germany.
More info.

MOFET Institute

The Mofet institute, The international Channel

MOFET is responsible for project management and coordination, and chairing the Project’s Management Board. They also lead all tasks located in Israel and support exploitation planning and activation of the CS Track community. 
More info.

Rhine-Ruhr Institute for Applied Systeminnovation

Rhine-Ruhr Institute for Applied Systeminnovation

RIAS is responsible for the integration of web-based analytics (conceptually and technically), the selection and inclusion of German Activities / Initiatives as well as being responsible for the definition of interfaces for the platform. They are also responsible for data analytics on web-based activity data of the selected activities.
More info.

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Ciberimaginario and Lite lab

URJC is responsible for defining and creating the CS Track eMagazine. They will also distribute the Analysis of Citizen Science practice and other outputs as well as policy recommendations and other results through the community platform. Furthermore, they will contribute to dissemination and exploitation planning and activation of the project community.
More info.

Wissenschaftsladen Wien

WID logo

WLW lead the work on creating a conceptual and theoretical framework for CS Track as well as heading the Citizen Science Committee (CSC) and being responsible for the coordination of all aspects of citizen science in the project. They will contribute to the collection, selection and surveying of citizen science activities generally as well as specifically in the case of Austria.
More info.

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Universitàt Pompeu Fabra TIDE Research Group on Interactive and Distributed Technologies for Education

UPF lead on the work to explore citizen science activities ensuring that the selection is done according to the criteria established through the work led by WLW. They will also contribute to all tasks where data collection and qualitative analysis is done. They will also support the selection and analysis of Citizen Science activities in Spain and contribute to the web-based analytics requirement analysis.
More info.

University of Jyväskylä

University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylän yliopisto

JYU will lead on the quantitative data collection & analysis, accreditation discussion paper and policy recommendations. They are also responsible for implementing a new set of measures and data collection tools as well as providing insight into citizen science activities in Finland.
More info.

ATiT

ATiT

ATiT are responsible for ensuring project impact as well as working closely with URJC on the support to the citizen science community. They are responsible for ensuring effective communication channels for the project team from the outset and for making sure the outcomes are effectively disseminated to the wider citizen science community.
More info.

Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas

FORTH, Institute of Applied & Computational Mathematics

FORTH will contribute to the identification of individual and social indicators and criteria on which to base analytics as well as monitoring and studying citizen science activities in Greece. They are also the Ethics & Gender Coordinator, assisting the Project Management Board in these areas.
More info.

Wissenschaft im Dialog

Wissenschaft : im dialog

WiD will be most deeply involved in the exploration and information gathering on citizen science activities and in supporting the community web platform. WiD will contribute to the communication activities of the project and create content for the eMagazine. WiD will also contribute to researching citizen science activities, particularly in Germany.
More info.