Early July, the European Commission has released the Country factsheet for Poland related to H2020 – Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA), which is focusing on the development of training network, researcher mobility, staff and knowledge exchange between academic and non-academic partners.
In a general ranking, Poland has been listed in 15th place among the countries supported within MSCA actions with ~52 million EUR of funding granted in the period of 2014-2020.
BlueSoft is proud to announce that we have been listed first among 69 Non-Academic partners participating in Poland’s MSCA actions. With four projects running related to pairing ICT solutions with Circular Economy, BlueSoft has been proven to be a reliable partner and actively engaged in the RISE projects.
Climate crisis and the urgency of economic shift needed towards more sustainable models such as the Circular Economy is a fact. BlueSoft is actively contributing to the global efforts and has been involved in many research projects that enable and enhance the Circular Economic leveraging ICT solution.
Thanks to MSCA projects we have an opportunity to cooperating in these areas with academic partners such as Cambridge University and Bournemouth University (UK), Ecole des Ponts de Paris (FR), Foundation for Research Hellas and Harokopio University and many other partners from the commercial sector such as Siemens, Engineering and others.
More details of the report are available on the European Commission website.