a Crossborder Cooperation for Smart Specialisation
The project has been 65% co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Interreg V-A Spain-France-Andorra Program (POCTEFA 2014-2020)
aCCeSS, a Crossborder Cooperation for Smart Specialisation, is a European project that is part of the Interreg Poctefa Programme (2014-2020), whose objective is to promote the transfer of knowledge and technologies from universities to SMEs between French and Spanish border regions to improve their potential for innovation.
The analysis of the intelligent specialisation strategies of the regions involved has led the consortium to focus on 6 priority thematic areas: health services, food processing, intelligent cities, renewable energies, the aerospace industry and the manufacturing industry.
The establishment of a network of universities, chambers of commerce and industry and SMEs associations will lead to the creation of a viewing platform for crossborder cooperation in Open Data in these 6 areas.
The project, led by the University of Toulouse, will last for 36 months and is backed by funding of 1.2 million euros.
This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
WE ARE LOOKING FOR
SPECIALIZED CONSULTING IN EUROPEAN PROJECTS
Would you like to help manage aCCeSS projects?
In order to boost cooperation between the world of research and Franco-Spanish socio-economic actors in the framework of the Interreg Poctefa aCCeSS project, we are seeking consultants for European projects to monitor and support European calls for projects (such as H2020, Interreg, etc.), and international for cross-border consortia created in aCCeSS. Fluency in French (administrative vocabulary) is mandatory and Spanish fluency is highly recommended. English will be a plus.
If you are interested, please contact us.
POCTEFA 2014-2020 is the acronym for ‘Programa INTERREG V-A España-Francia-Andorra’. This is a European programme for territorial cooperation created to promote the sustainable development of crossborder regions in the three countries.
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