EASN-TIS

Who we are

The European Aeronautics Science Network (EASN) is the Association of the European Academia active in Aeronautics research. Its main goal is to support the development and dissemination of new knowledge, innovation and breakthrough technologies through fundamental research in Aeronautics. It represents the Academia in ACARE and other EU forums and committees. EASN has about 280 registered active members including individuals, university labs, universities and other organizations, through which it connects to more than 10,000 academic staff, researchers and scientists throughout Europe. Furthermore, EASN has agreements with industrial and SME networks and organizations for the dissemination and exploitation of knowledge and research related information.

The EASN Association will be represented in this project by EASN Technology Innovation Services (EASN-TIS hereafter). The latter is contractually linked to EASN and is exclusively authorized to act on its behalf in the frame of research projects, including project management and administration. Explicitly, the main services offered by EASN-TIS involve setting up, executing and monitoring the projects’ dissemination, communication and networking activities ensuring the wide and effective spread of their achievements to the relevant target audiences, while at the same time safeguarding the IP rights of the consortium. Other services offered by EASN-TIS include project management, consortium creation, proposal preparation and development of specialized studies related to the formulation of EU policies.

What we do in FUCAM

The role of EASN-TIS in the project involves supporting the project’s dissemination and exploitation activities acting as a dissemination multiplier, spreading project related information as well as simultaneously identifying further users for the project foreground. The dissemination and exploitation services provided by EASN TIS ensure the diffusion of the knowledge incubated within the project to a wide audience from all sectors such as industry, SMEs, the Academia and research establishments, but also to the wider public throughout Europe and Japan.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 690674.

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