Danish Technology Institute, Denmark

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The Danish Technological Institute is a self-owned and non-profit institution. It develops, applies and disseminates research- and technologically-based knowledge for both the Danish and International business sectors.  It participates in development projects which are of use to society in close collaboration with leading research and educational institutions both in Denmark and abroad. It ensures that new knowledge and technology can quickly be converted into value for customers in the form of new or improved products, materials, processes, methods and organizational structures.

DTI‘s Centre for Policy and Business Analysis combines rigorous standards of research with strong consulting skills for customers in the public, private and civil sectors. The Centre focuses on evidence-based policy-making including evaluations, foresight and scenario initiatives, comparative studies, policy reviews and support for the development of systems and instruments.

For more information visit: http://www.dti.dk/  

Project Info

Key Stats

  • Project Number: 290771
  • FP7 theme: New innovation processes including Social Innovation (collaborative project)
  • EU Contribution: EUR 2.5 mio. 
  • Project Start: 1 January 2012
  • Project End: 1 January 2015
  • Coordinator: Jeremy Millard, John Rene Keller  Lauritzen

Socio-economic sciences and humanities

Tepsie is part of this (SSH) theme whose overall objectives are :-

  • research activities in the field of socio-economic sciences and humanities; 
  • generating an in-depth, shared understanding of complex and interrelated socio-economic challenges Europe is confronted with in an enlarged EU;
  • the development of an improved knowledge base for policies in all fields concerned.

For more information visit the Europa website

Seventh Framework

FP7 research activities will strengthen Europe’s scientific and technology base and ensure its global leadership in ICT, help drive and stimulate product, service and process innovation and creativity through ICT use and ensure that ICT progress is rapidly transformed into benefits for Europe’s citizens, businesses, industry and governments. For more about FP7

Social Innovation

Read more about Social Innovation on Wikipedia


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