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1.

GAK KHT / Hungary

GAK

Hungary

PATER KAROLY UT. 1, 2103, GODOLLO, Hungary

lpapocsi@gak.hu

2.

UNIVERSITATEA DE STIINTE AGRICOLE SI MEDICINA VETERINARA A BANATULUI REGELE MIHAI I AL ROMANIEI DIN TIMISOARA

BUAS

Romania

CALEA ARADULUI 119, 300645 Timisoara, Romania

cosminsalasan@gmail.com

3.

MREZA SAVJETODAVNIH SLUZBI JUGOISTOCNE EUROPE

SEASN

Croatia

SAVSKA CESTA 41, 10000 ZAGREB, Croatia

milan.husnjak@savjetodavn
a.hr

4.

INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE APPLICATION IN AGRICULTURE

IPN

Srbia

BULEVAR DESPOTA STEFANA 68 B, 11108, Belgrade, Serbia

sstankovic@ipn.bg.ac.rs

5.

SZECHENYI ISTVAN UNIVERSITY

SZE

Hungary

EGYETEM TER 1, 9026, GYOR, Hungary

ver.andras@sze.hu

6.

AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS

AUA

Greece

Iera Odos 75, 11855, Athens, Greece

koutsouris@aua.gr

7.

WeAreNet

WAN

Slovak republik

Nábrežie mládeže 73, 949 01 Nitra, Slovak Republic

marcel.kovac@wearenet.eu

Non-governmental organisation/association, PATER KAROLY UT. 1, 2103, GODOLLO, Hungary

GAK was established in 1995 by the Gödöllő University of Agriculture – today St. Stephen University (largest agricultural university in Hungary) as well as by the major agricultural production companies in Hungary. Among the members we can also find a well-known Hungarian insurance company, the Hungarian Farmers National Society (MAGOSZ), the city of Gödöllő, etc. The main aim of creating GAK was to develop a so called umbrella type of organisation that is capable of bridging the gap between university research, development, and the technical implementation and utilisation of the scientific results, in other words, maintaining the transfer of know-how and technology.

 

Higher education institution (tertiary level), CALEA ARADULUI 119, 300645 Timisoara, Romania

The Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timisoara, Romania, is a life science university with over 5,000 students and about 300 teaching staff. BUAS has three main scopes of work – teaching, researching and extension. The structure of the university comprises six faculties – Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Animal Sciences and Biotechnologies, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Horticulture and Forestry, Faculty of Farm Management and Faculty of Food Processing. BUAS trains professionals in 13 fields (agronomy, animal husbandry, biology, biotechnologies, engineering and management in agriculture, engineering and management in food services and agro-tourism, environmental engineering, forestry, geodesy, horticulture, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, and veterinary medicine). BUAS operates in a multicultural environment providing the labor market with professionals in life science-related domains.

 

Non-governmental organisation/association, SAVSKA CESTA 41, 10000 ZAGREB, Croatia

South Eastern Europe Advisory Service Network – SEASN is an association of agricultural advisory services, agricultural chambers, agricultural institutes, faculties and non-governmental organizations founded in Bulgaria on 22nd October 2015. SEASN has, regardless being young association, an impressive list of members with lots of experience in projects: Advisory Service Croatia, Banat University of Agriculture Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Romania, Corinthian Chamber of Agriculture of Austria, Chamber of Agriculture and Forestry of Slovenia, Institute for science application in agriculture of Serbia, Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Rural Development of Kosovo*, National Agricultural Advisory Service of Bulgaria, Initiative for Agriculture Development from Kosovo*, National Extension Agency of Macedonia, Szecheny Istvan Egyetem from Hungary, Department for Advisory Affairs in Plant Production and Animal Husbandry from Montenegro. SEASN is operating on the territory of its members and public and private advisory services, advisors individuals as well as other agricultural institutions, non-governmental organizations and natural person working in agriculture and rural areas can become members in SEASN. We have 14 Members which are listed in our web-site. SEASN Associations headquarters is in Zagreb and it is operating on the territory of its members: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia. DATALAB infrastructure already has good experience in implementing of ICT on farmers side and coordination in order to have functional information tools used as standard part of agriculture production.

 

Research Institute/Centre, BULEVAR DESPOTA STEFANA 68 B, 11108, Belgrade, Serbia

Institute is engaged in research and experimental development in the field of biotechnical sciences, applied and development research in the mutiodisciplinary field of agriculture and rural develpoment. Since 2010, Institute has been an authorized organization by Ministry of Agriculture for conductiong training and development of agricultural extension agents and producers, based on Law on Agriculture Extension (2010). Implementation of vocational courses: E-leaning, classical (f2f) and mixed (f2f/e-learning) courses for Advisory from ES/FAS. Institute has a tradition of over 60 years and today it’s a research institute with 12 doctoral degrees with scientific titles, 3 researches in researches titles and 7 professional associates.

Higher education institution (tertiary level), EGYETEM TER 1, 9026, GYOR, Hungary

Széchenyi István University (SZE) is a higher education institution with the main focus on engineering and life sciences. With decades of expertise - and with the recently integrated 200 year old Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences it also hosts thousands of students at BSc, MSc and PhD level. It is a state owned institution with seven faculties and two institutes. The university is situated in two cities, Győr and Mosonmagyaróvár. The university provides education, as well as pursuing research in the fields of engineering, computer sciences, architecture, pedagogy, economics, international relations, law and administration, social work, medicine and health, musical arts, and agriculture. Its activities encompass training at all levels, from vocational courses, BSc and MSc degree programs to its doctoral schools and further training.

Higher education institution (tertiary level), Iera Odos 75, 11855, Athens, Greece

The Agricultural University of Athens (AUA) is the third oldest university in Greece. Since 1920, AUA has been making valuable contributions to Greek and European economic development and policymaking, by conducting basic and applied research and producing high quality graduates as well as cutting edge scientific knowledge. AUA is classified as one of Greece’s research universities. This is because between 2006 and present day, the percentage of its budget obtained via and allocated to research projects has usually equalled - and often surpassed - the rest of the university’s overall budget. AUA’s excellence is grounded primarily in the teaching and research work of over 200 academic staff, supported by nearly 200 administrative and laboratory assistants. More than 3,500 undergraduates and 800 graduate students attend annually. Its sixteen buildings comprise: auditoriums, 41 fully equipped laboratories, a modern library, computer rooms, extensive agricultural facilities, museums, student centre, indoor gym, and sports fields.

Non-governmental organisation/association, Nábrežie mládeže 73, 949 01 Nitra, Slovak Republic

Networking - which aims to connect people with similar goals with the latest technology and to promote tolerance, friendship and respect across ethnic groups, social groups and nationalities across Europe.

  • creation and implementation of national and international projects in cooperation with Slovak and foreign institutions in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT),
  • cooperation with professional organizations in the SR and abroad in order to promote the goals of the association,
  • dissemination of expertise and practical skills in ICT,
  • support for implementation of the latest trends in eSociety, eDemocracy, eGovernance, eAgriculture, eLearning, SmartCity, the knowledge society and support for open information technologies,
  • support ICT implementation in science, research, education, arts, culture, sport,
  • creating and leading a professional community to promote the association's goals,
  • organizing cultural, social, educational and sporting events (workshops, conferences, courses,
  • trainings, internships),
  • providing analyzes, analyzes, surveys, consultations and consultancy,
  • providing information via the Internet, publishing and promoting,
  • organization and mediation of volunteer activity, Preservation of cultural, historical and natural values,