Danube-INCO.NET — Advancing Research and Innovation in the Danube Region


Regional Centre for Information and Scientific Development

RCISD is involved in several INCO projects, such as BILAT-UKR*AINA and SEA-EU-NET II. Additionally, the company and its staff has further experiences in international and national S&T projects, such as the coordination of Researchers' Night projects since 2010 (FAWORIT 2010, 2011, 2012); Connecting and Coordinating European Research and Technology Development with Japan (CONCERT-Japan; 2011-2013); Facilitating the Bi-Regional EU-ASEAN Science and Technology Dialogue (SEA-EU-NET; 2008-2012); Southeast European ERA-NET; (SEE- ERA.NET; 2004-2007), etc.

  • Posted on: 08.05.2014
  • Hungary
  • Acronym: RCISD

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Contact: RCISD, Budapest, Hűvösvölgyi-Weg, Ungarn, info@rcisd.eu

RCISD is an innovative SME, founded by scientists and R&D managers to carry out scientific research but also to manage R&D projects and to participate in coordination & support actions. As a fast-moving actor, the flexibility of an SME makes it possible to identify and address real market needs and opportunities. RCISD is an "exchange place" between scientific knowledge and managerial skills which are brought together to establish mechanisms, provide services and set up and manage common activities. RCISD aims to lower the barrier between ideas and implementation to make it easier for innovative players to exploit research results and contribute to the European Research Area and a sustainable European competitive position in global economy. The backbone of RCISD is the qualification and experience of human resources having long­standing experience in project participation (both from the scientific and the management side) supported by the European Commission (since FP4).

Organisation type: Agency/Fund, Company, Research Institute | S&T field/scope: Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary | Affilation and Pillar: Danube-INCO.NET, Analysis | Geographical focus: Danube Region, Hungary, International/Other

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