MIRRIS High Level Conference – Key Findings by MIRRIS Coordinator – META
Coordination and Support action aiming at: Profiling R&I performance in ERA and Framework Programmes of New Member States Proposing actionable solutions to improve performances and participation to H2020.
MIRRIS has received funding from FP7 under grant agreement n°320209.
It is implemented by a consortium of 11 leading organizations under the coordination of META.
MIRRIS Conference Pitch - A window on EU13 excellences by Stijn Delauré, PhD at KU Leuven
Success factors for a European University
- National funding base (leverage)
- Climate of competition (for excellence)
- Knowledge transfer (favoring intersectoral collaboration)
- Size does matter (international networks)
- Support structures (advice & representation)
Towards better use of funds by Helen Haab
Tallinn University in numbers
- Third biggest university in Estonia, more than 8,000 students (5,5% of them international)
- Largest humanities university
- ca 850 employees
- incl. 400 researchers and lecturers (foreign lecturers and researchers 9%)
- Number of study programmes 131 (63 MA, 13 PhD)
- Operating revenue 2015 ca 35 MEUR
- Research funding 2015 ca 7 MEUR
- state (2,8 national, 1,7 ESIF); International (1,6); other (0,8)
Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia and its FP7 projects success by Dr. Špela Stres, LLM, MBA
European Research Ranking (2014) – Top institutions
Top European institutions according to the European Research Ranking (2014) and Jožef Stefan Institute‘s positioning amongst them.