EAGLE consortium members

The EAGLE consortium, as listed below, consisted of 10 partners from 7 European countries.

Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg

Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg
Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University is a young German university and integrates academic studies and work experience. Each of the currently approximately 30’000 students is affiliated with a cooperative company or organisation, connected to one of the eight main locations of the university. Research of DHBW aims to enhance the competitiveness of those partner enterprises and organisations.

Sabine Moebs (Scientific Coordinator) Contact: Sabine Moebs (Scientific Coordinator)
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Dublin City University
RINCE Institute at Dublin City University is an Irish national research institute focussed on innovation in engineering technologies. It is based in the Faculty of Engineering and Computing at Dublin City University. Within the Faculty, Rince researchers are primarily affiliated with the School of Electronic Engineering and the School of Computing. The Rince Institute is a national centre for excellence focussed on innovations in targeted engineering technologies. It is located within the Faculty of Engineering and Computing at Dublin City University.

Contact: Dónal Fitzpatrick (Administrative Coordinator)
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accelopment AG
accelopment is an EU project management company with long-standing experience in project dissemination and exploitation of results in industry-driven projects.
The company is specialised in the EU Framework Programmes (FP7, H2020) and is particularly experienced in projects in the life sciences and information and communication technologies (ICT).

Contact: Jeanette Müller (Project Management, Dissemination and Exploitation Manager)
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Fraunhofer Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Angewandten Forschung e. V
Fraunhofer FOKUS conducts research on intelligent networking solutions for application scenarios like Smart Cities, to make sensible use of resources, such as energy and water, intelligently control traffic and efficiently overcome catastrophes. Intelligent networks facilitate improved digital public services and Open Government, ensuring that critical infrastructure such as traffic, power supply and medical services function reliably round the clock.

Contact: Thomas F. Gordon (Argumentation Technology)
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Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
LIST was created from the merge of the former public research centres Henri Tudor and Gabriel Lippmann and is in operation since 1 January 2015. LIST is an RTO (Research and Technology Organisation) active in the fields of materials, environment, and IT. Its main mission is to contribute to Luxembourg's reputation through participation in several targeted research areas among the best RTOs. Furthermore, it will  significantly participate in the country's socio-economic development.

Contact: Eric Ras (Technology-based Assessment & Change Management)
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Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m. B. H.
The Knowledge and Media Technologies (KMT) Department at SRFG consists of 18 researchers and developers working in the fields such as the Web of Data, the Web of People and the Web of Documents. The KMT has been established in 2001 and since then has been involved as coordinator/partner in a number of research projects, and the national competence centre - Salzburg NewMediaLab (SNML).

Contact: Violeta Damjanovic (Semantic Technologies and Linked Data)
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Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften
The Centre for Education and New Learning CENL at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) with a staff of eleven employees is one of the largest centres for e-Learning and New Media in a Swiss university of applied sciences. CENL is responsible for coordinating the project. The CENL team consists of social science and technical experts and will keep track with the managerial aspects of the projects organization, as well as its research and management part.

Contact: Vania Guerra (Cross-device Instructional Administration Infrastructure)
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University Mediterranean Podgorica
The Faculty of Information Technology FIT is an educational institution in Montenegro dedicated equal to high quality teaching and research. Through constant further development of the degree programs at FIT and intensive cooperation with the worlds of business and science it has introduced new e-Learning technologies like virtual classrooms and Web 2.0 technologies in our teaching and learning methods.

Contact: Snežana Šćepanović (User Experience)
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Hochschule Ruhr West
Founded in 2010, the Computer Science Institute at HRW has participated in several national and locally funded research projects. The Institute consists of more than 25 researchers and developers working in the fields of Biological Inspired Systems, Human-Machine Interaction, Usability, Mobile-/Cloud-Computing, HealthCare and eLearning/Blended Learning Technology.

Contact: Jan Pawlowski (OER Community)
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University of Wolverhampton
The University comprises a dynamic, international community of both staff and students dedicated to knowledge, innovation and enterprise. This provides a very strong environment for multidisciplinary research, enhanced by the cross disciplinary links between the academic Schools. The University has significant experience with successfully delivering projects both regionally and internationally from various funding streams, including those from EU sources.

Contact: John Traxler (Mobile Learning)
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