Enhancing the BILATeral S&T Partnership with UKRraine * Advanced INnovative Approach

BILATThe major objectives of BILAT-UKR*AINA are:

  • to support the institutional dialogue on STI policy between the European Commission, the EU MS, CC and AC, and Ukraine,
  • to provide analytical input to the dialogue and to ensure specific practical follow-up and sustainability;
  • to monitor and analyse innovation and research cooperation expressed in co-publications, scientific and educational networks and in terms of joint projects including participation of EU researchers in Ukrainian S&T State Programmes;
  • to provide a flexible instrument for pilot projects and pilot activities to facilitate the implementation of the joint EU-Ukraine STI Roadmap;
  • to provide capacity building and networking opportunities for the best Ukrainian researchers in order to increase their participation in joint projects;
  • to promote RTDI cooperation opportunities in particular in FP7/Horizon 2020, to support the creation of networks and the participation in joint projects;
  • to secure the outreach of the project to interested parties which are not consortium members and to increase awareness about the assets of RTDI cooperation with Ukraine.


BILAT-UKR*AINA project consortium:

1.Zentrum für Sociale Innovation (ZSI)Austria
2.Centre Natinal de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)France
3.Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt Ev (PT-DLR)Germany
4.Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN)Poland
5.SC IPA SARomania
6.Regionális Információs és Fejlesztő Tudásközpont (RCISD)Hungary
7.Kyiv State Center for Scientific Technical and Economic Information (NIP)Ukraine
8.Center of Practical Informatics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (NASU)Ukraine
9.Centre for S&T Potential and Science History Studies (G. M. Dobroc) National Academny of Sciences of Ukraine (STEPS)Ukraine

The first round of policy briefs prepared for the EU-Ukraine Joint S&T Cooperation Committe with the contribution of RCISD






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