MED-QUAD in Greece is bidding to equip the Applied Research for Cultural Heritage Exploitation living lab
The International Hellenic University (IHU) is a partner of the EU co-funded project MED-QUAD. It is a cross-border cooperation project that aims to create conditions - through the establishment of Mediterranean Cross-border Living Labs on: Smart Water Use Applications and Applied Research for Cultural Heritage Exploitation - for an effective interaction between the main innovation players of the Quadruple Helix approach: academia, industry, civil society and governments in the digital economy. The project covers Greece, Italy, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia and Palestine through a partnership of seven complementary organizations.
IHU, as a result of this, invites suppliers to submit a proposal, as appropriate, to provide the Applied Research for Cultural Heritage Exploitation (ARCHEO) living lab equipment. The ARCHEO living lab will provide innovative and unique services to the leading innovation players of the Quadruple Helix approach: academia, industry, civil society, and governments within the digital economy framework.
The equipment will be provided thanks to the financial support of the European Union under the ENI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme. The IHU gives a detailed description of the equipment needed for this laboratory at the related Call.
Technical support is available between Monday-Friday from 10:00-14:00 hrs, local Greek time.
For any further clarifications, please contact the following:
Name: Associate Professor Dr. Kassianidis Panagiotis (Scientific Project Manager), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested suppliers are invited to submit their offers by the given extended closing date and time: 20 Apr 2022, 14:00 hrs, local Greek time / IHU Campus.
The call has been extended but the rules and documents of the call remain unchanged.