When you’re interested to work with us on research projects or develop educational programmes please contact us.
Contact details CARPE partners:
- Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Kathrin Rath, firstname.lastname@example.org
- HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Marije Braun, email@example.com
- Universitat Politècnica de València, Javier Orozco, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Turku University of Applied Sciences, Anu Härkönen, email@example.com
- Debrecen University, Zsolt Varga, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Politécnico do Porto, Manuel Fernando Moreira da Silva, email@example.com
- University of the West of Scotland, Helen Kennedy, Helen.Kennedy@uws.ac.uk
CARPE distinguishes two types of memberships: associate membership and full membership. As a rule, prospective consortium members first obtain the associate membership status and, after evaluation, can become a full member. Please see the CARPE membership criteria.
We prefer to work with higher education institutions which have research cooperation and Erasmus bilateral agreements (or equivalent) with several CARPE network members. At the moment, CARPE is not actively looking for new CARPE network partners but we welcome you as a partner in projects or exchange.
Special Interest Groups to boost CARPE collaboration
On May 17, 2021, a group of research and development experts from the CARPE network gathered for the pre-launch of CARPE Special Interest Groups (SIGs).
The establishment of CARPE Special Interest Groups follows the Steering Committee’s decision in December 2020 to create content-driven networks for CARPE colleagues to promote European research and innovation collaboration among the CARPE partners. The CARPE SIG’s are led by experienced experts in their education and research areas.
The online pre-launch event introduced the SIGs, their leads and co-leads to each other and kicked off the collaboration which is expected to pave way for more high-quality research results and activity, such as joint Erasmus and Horizon projects within the CARPE network.
The SIGs will collaborate with specific research and development topics relevant to all CARPE partners. By intensifying collaboration around common global challenges, CARPE is also taking an active step forward in contributing to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Each CARPE partner has a lead in one of the SIGs, and co-leads will assist in leading and managing the SIGs.
The following Special Interest Groups and their leads will begin their work by organizing online kick-off meetings and preparing for the next CARPE conference, which will take place on 21–22 October 2021.
|Special Interest Group||Lead||Co-Lead|
|Health||Mari Lahti, Turku UAS
|Joachim Westenhofer, HAW Hamburg
|Societal Challenges||Judit Csoba, University of Debrecen
|Kate Miller, UWS
|Data Science & Artificial Intelligence||Kai Von Luck, HAW Hamburg
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSusanne Draheim, HAW Hamburg
|Huib Aldewereld, HU
Email: email@example.comJohan Versendaal, HU
|Smart Sustainable Cities||Martijn Rietbergen, HU
|Jari Hietaranta, Turku UAS
|Entrepreneurship & Business||Luis Miquel Pinho, P.Porto
|Alan Murray, UWS
|Food||TBC||Szilvia Veres, University of Debrecen
|Creativity & Culture||Ricardo Queiros, P.Porto
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTaina Erävaara, Turku UAS
Eero Merimaa, Turku UAS
|Teacher HUB||Erik Mooij, HU
Email: email@example.comFrederique de Jong, HU
Email: Frederique.firstname.lastname@example.orgIlya Zitter, HU
|Meiju Keinänen, Turku UAS
email@example.comMarjo Joshi, Turku UAS
The CARPE SIGs are led by experienced experts in their respective research areas and welcome all like-minded CARPE colleagues to join forces in tackling current challenges through enhanced research collaboration.
A member of the steering committee, Rector Vesa Taatila from Turku UAS is convinced that the SIGs will bring a welcomed boost to the CARPE network:
-For many years, we’ve found ourselves discussing how to bring our cooperation to the ‘next level’, but now I think we’ve done it in just five months by setting up these SIGs and finding the most experienced members to lead them. I’m very excited to get the SIGs running and I’m looking forward to seeing the first results already in the CARPE Conference in October!
Please email the lead and co-lead of the SIG(s) you want to join and ask them to add you on their mailing list and/or virtual work environment.
You are welcome to share information about your own expertise and current projects on the SIG topics and give suggestions for future collaboration.