Project results

Project HandbookGuidelines for the successful implementation of the project, including management bodies, quality assurance mechanisms and decision making procedures.University of CadizMarch 2021
Data Management PlanOverview of the policies implemented in reSEArch-EU regarding collection, storing, sharing and publication of research data produced in the project.University of CadizJune 2021
Ethics Self-AssessmentIdentification of all the ethical issues that may appear in the implementation of reSEArch-EU and how project partners plan to deal with them.University of CadizJune 2021
Report on best practices in open scienceSummary of the results obtained in the survey on current practices in open science shared with all project partners.University of MaltaSeptember 2021
Report on stakeholder engagement strategiesAnalysis of the main strategies adopted by the six partner universities to engage with society in projects with a certain degree of co-creation with the civil society.Kiel UniversityDecember 2021
Inter-Alliance Cooperation Agreement with EU-CONEXUSThis Agreement establishes the terms and conditions under which collaboration between the Parties will be conducted, as well as the methodology, structures and procedures that will be put in place to allow for mutual learning and common understanding.University of CadizDecember 2021 (first version)
Case study on remote work and remotization of research infrastructureSurvey of research fields, groups and situations where remote work is already practised, as well as examples of successful remotization and possible remotization case studies.University of SplitApril 2022
Transformation Lab in Brest: Brief summaryAccount of the activities held during the first Transformation Lab, which took place in the Brest-Iroise areaUniversity of Western BrittanyApril 2022
First Policy BriefThis policy brief aims at explaining the main advancements made in reSEArch-EU during its first eighteen months of the project and to provide the European Commission with recommendations for further policy development in the European Research AreaUniversity of CadizJune 2022
Reducing the carbon footprint of Higher Education Institutions: A mission statement from the SEA-EU AllianceThe aim of this position paper is to provide a mission statement, engaging the partners of the SEA-EU Alliance into a strong reduction of their environmental footprint, with a special emphasis on the carbon dimension of this footprint.University of Western BrittanyJune 2022
SEA-EU Academy Guiding PrinciplesDrawing from the results of a Human-Centred Design (HCD) exercise, a series of principles are proposed to inspire the design of the SEA-EU Academy training platform. University of SplitJune 2022
Rules of Procedure of the SEA-EU Anti-Fragility Think TankThe Anti Fragility Think Tank is expected to entice dialogue on potential opportunities for innovation and serve as an inspirational lighthouse for the future development of universities directly impacting their anti-fragility.University of SplitDecember 2022
Joint Roadmap for the Digitalization of the SEA-EU AllianceThis study includes results from two focus groups on theme Assessment and Drivers of Research & Innovation (R&I) Digital Transformation at Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) of the SEA-EU Alliance and results of the survey SEA-EU Digitalization of research and innovation.University of SplitDecember 2022
Summary report on the HEInnovate survey conducted at the SEA-EU AllianceThis document includes a survey and case study about entrepreneurial capabilities using HEIinnovate in the European university alliance. The study aimed to investigate the entrepreneurial and innovation potential of the six university members of the SEA-EU alliance.University of SplitDecember 2022
Webinar on Community Driven Participatory Research and EducationA series of workshops were completed to reach this milestone. The first webinar of workshop on community-driven participatory research and education was held on 24 April 2023. In addition, the next three workshops organised by the University of Gdansk will take place on 12 May, 15 May and 25 May.University of GdańskApril 2023
Pilot Activities: Citizen Science Contest (UCA), Science Shop (UG), Market Place (CAU), Transformation Labs (CAU, UBO)The following Pilot Activities were organized on time to promote the engagement of the stakeholders:

1) Citizen Science Contest (UCA) – May 2023
2) Science Shop (UG) – April-May 2023
3) Market Place (CAU) – May 2022
4) Transformation Lab (CAU) – April 2023
5) Transformation Lab (UBO) – April 2022

These pilot activities have been designed to enhance joint implementation, cooperation, co-design, and co-creation between the scientific community and stakeholders (businesses and citizens). Each format were specifically adjusted to the local and regional setting.
University of KielJune 2023
White paper on main challenges facing SEA-EU communityThe report summarising the overall vision of the SEA-EU on the main societal challenges in research and innovation was successfully prepared and written.University of Western BrittanyJune 2023
Marketplace tool deploymentThe Market place tool was designed on time and with succeess. The tool was created to link the Alliance universities with businesses by creating a virtual space for knowledge exchange, new partnership development as well as promoting the innovative potential of the SEA-EU.University of GdańskJune 2023
SEA-INNOVATE HUB LaunchedA platform was designed for cooperation between businesses and higher education institutions based on three pillars: sharing good practices, a service database, and a dedicated online Marketplace tool. The platform was developed on time and successfully.University of GdańskJune 2023
The aim of this task was to improve and support an entrepreneurial mindset and entrepreneurial competences among scientists in a two-step process to increase and exploit the potential of entrepreneurial ideas and initiatives.University of CádizSeptember 2023
Pilot AgreementTask 1.5 had the aim of generating a pilot agreement with Alliances in which there is mutual interest and, finally, developing a mutual understanding of the barriers and accelerators of this type of inter-alliance research network. This task improves our knowledge of common research interests with other Alliances with which we share a specialization profile.University of CádizOctober 2023
A long-term Global Research SEA-EU PlanInternal report summarising the key research areas where SEA-EU could contribute in regards to the challenge identify.University of Western BrittanyNovember 2023
Open report to the stakeholdersPeriodic advancements in Open Reports make it possible to demonstrate to all
stakeholders and society at large the progress the project is producing.
University of CadizDecember 2023
Good practice guide
for transdisciplinarity
and stakeholder engagement
The aim of Task 4.3 was to develop and publish a “good practice guide for transdisciplinarity and stakeholder engagement” across the SEA-EU Alliance.
This final online report contains the learnings and recommendations obtained with the brochure for strategies of stakeholder engagement within the SEA-EU Alliances (D4.1), the different pilot activities (D4.2) and the best practices and learnings of mission-based hackathons conducted in Split (SEA-EU Erasmus+ project, OP5.5).
University of KielDecember 2023
Design of the Open Research Data SystemThis task concerns the design of an Open Research Data System that proposes tangible organisational frameworks and common procedures and practices, to be agreed and mplemented across the reSEArch-EU member universities, serving to build compatible and consolidated institutional platforms for the uploading of data sets. This provides a common base across the six universities for agreed homogeneity of data quality and standards, interoperable data formats, and common schemes for data management and metadata descriptions.University of MaltaDecember 2023
Plan of the Open Science Ambassador
Task 5.4 provided a structured execution of activities intended to make Open Science better known by
academics, researchers and students, promoting its practice and highlighting the benefits. The Task is
mainly based on common activities that are managed and executed by designated Open Science
Ambassadors in the respective SEA-EU universities, selected to promote Open Science principles and
practices with a common vision and a joint collaborative approach. The activities also targeted diverse
stakeholder groups outside academia, including the citizen level, especially through interventions at
popular local events including Science Nights.
University of MaltaDecember 2023
Development of Training Initiatives
within each University
Task 5.5 provides a coordinated training effort on Open Science in the respective SEA-EU
universities. The training activities are executed through the support of designated Open
Science Ambassadors, following a common training plan. The activities are intended to favour
the practice of Open Science and Open Research Data, especially by academics, researchers
and students, and supported by administrative and technical staff, to enhance the visibility,
impact and dissemination of the research developed in the Alliance, following principles,
protocols and practices in favour of findable, accessible, interoperable and re-usable (FAIR)
University of MaltaDecember 2023
Report on the Consolidation of the
SEA-EU Open Research Data Policies
This a report on progress with regard to the consolidation of the Open Research Data policies in the respective universities of the SEA-EU Alliance. It outlines how the SEA-EU RDM Policy framework is being adopted at each University.University of MaltaDecember 2023
Dissemination material and databaseDissemination material and database (reports, white papers, newsletter, videos, webinars, posters, brochures, press releases, end project documentary)University of CádizDecember 2023
Develop SEA-EU Open Research Data Policies and ToolkitTask 5.2 aimed to prepare an Open Research Data Policy for the SEA-EU Alliance. The policy was developed and agreed to, with terms of reference that encompass the national, regional and university policies on data management and data sharing. The open research data policy entails a shared understanding of data sharing practices, either in place or planned, at each of the six participating SEA-EU universities, taking on board the roles of the individual university Libraries, their Knowledge Transfer Offices, Committees for Public Engagement with Research, Legal Offices, and other relevant bodies that champion, monitor and review such policies. A tool-kit was also developed, to provide guidelines for the implementation of the open research data policy.University of MaltaDecember 2023
2nd Policy BriefIn light of policy feedback from the funded projects to the European Commission, a short policy brief will be
included as a deliverable at each reporting period, according to the recommendations given in the guidance of actions
University of CadizDecember 2023

WorkPackage Video Series

reSEArch EU Project Results – WP1 – Management of the Project

reSEArchEU Project Results -WP2- Increasing Resilience and Anti-Fragility of Research and Innovation

reSEArch EU Project Results – WP3 – Bridging the gap with the innovation ecosystem

reSEArch EU Project Results – WP4 – Knowledge democratisation

reSEArch EU Project Results – WP5 – Building an open future

reSEArch EU Project Results – WP6 – Designing and developing a SEA-EU long-term research plan

reSEArch EU Project Results – WP7 – Dissemination