The Ulysseus European University has launched a digital survey with the aim of gathering ideas for its Digital Platform while enabling the participation and interaction of the Ulysseus Community. The questionnaire, which can be accessed through this link, will remain open until
15 March 11 April (deadline extended).
Developed by the Digitalisation Unit of the Université Côte d’Azur, the Ulysseus Digital Platform will support the different activities of Ulysseus, the European alliance led by the University of Seville (Spain) together with five other European Universities: the University of Genoa (Italy), Université Côte d’Azur (France); the Technical University of Košice (Slovakia), MCI | The Entrepreneurial School® (Austria) and Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences (Finland).
Virtual mobility, research and innovation, teaching, academic development, management and communication are amongst the activities planned for the Platform, as well as an interactive networking Matching4cooperation application — a digital tool for exchanging ideas, products and services, and for partners search inside the Ulysseus Community.
All these activities have been identified through a series of collaborative workshops held in January with the participation of members of each of the Ulysseus partner universities through each Innovation Hub: Energy, Transport, Mobility and Smart Cities (USE); Ageing and Wellbeing (UCA); Tourism, Arts and Heritage (UniGe); Artificial Intelligence (Haaga-Helia); Digitalisation (TUKE); and Food, Biotechnology and Circular Economy (MCI). Each Innovation Hub will address six specific and transversal R&D challenges shared with the participating Ulysseus regions and cities to shape the Ulysseus Innovation Ecosystem. Now, this survey will help at prioritising already identified initiatives as well as detecting new proposals submitted by the participants.
Ulysseus is one of the 41 European universities selected by the European Commission to become the universities of the future. Led by the University of Seville together with five other universities in Europe (the University of Genoa, Italy; Université Côte d’Azur, France; the Technical University of Košice, Slovakia; MCI | The Entrepreneurial School®, Austria; and Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, Finland), the project will allow students, researchers and graduates to move freely between universities, carry out internships in companies and start high-impact research projects.