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RECO speakers at international conference for research leaders



Start time:

2014-06-30 00:00

End time:

2014-07-02 00:00


University of Tallin, Estonia

Contact person:


Malin Rosqvist and Caroline Blomberg at RECO, the division of Research Coordination, are speakers at the international conference EARMA (European Research Managers and Administrators) in Tallin in July. The session will present how the Research Direction Embedded Systems (ES) at Mälardalen University has built an industrially inspired way of working to improve quality as well in relations as in proposals and project. The presentation is given in cooperation with EASME, the Agency for SMEs, and EEN, the Estonian Enterprise Europe Network. EASME was established by the European commission to motivate and to support SMEs to co-operate with academia. EEN is dedicated to finding partners for the whole innovation process, supporting the transnational technology and knowledge transfer and giving advice for access to finance and markets.

More about the EARMA conference:


Malin Rosqvist,


Caroline Blomberg,