RISIS2 project builds on the previous RISIS project (2014-2018) - the European Research infrastructure for science, technology and innovation policy studies. The main task of this project is to maintain and enlarge existing datasets dealing with firm innovation capacities, public research developments, R&I outputs and projects, and policy learning. Moreover, it is intended to develop new datasets on 4 key issues for research and policy (social innovation, non-technological innovation, the role of PhDs in society, portfolios of public funding instruments).
Technology Centre Prague was invited to participate in the RISIS2 since 2019. The main reason was a former experience of TC with R&D systems in the new EU member countries (EU-13). The database of European research projects (EUPRO) has been developed under the former RISIS project. This database will be further developed by including the datasets on national research projects (NATPRO).
TC contributes mainly to this part of the RISIS2 project.
18 project partners coordinated by Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, Francie
Mgr. Ondřej Pecha, Ph.D.