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Madame, monsieur
Dans le cadre de l'appel en cours du programme CIP TIC, nous avons quelques
propositions de partenariats

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proposition 1 : Ville croate de ZADAR
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Cette ville souhiate participer dans le cadre du thème 1 : TIC pour les smart
cities

City of Zadar from Croatia is looking for project partners under the first
theme of the Work Programme. Please find attached their letter and feel
free to
disseminate this information among relevant stakeholders in your country.

For further communication, please contact Mrs. Ana Odvitovic
City of Zadar
Narodni trg 1,
23000 Zadar

tel: +385 23 208 194
fax: +385 23 208 195

NGA services in the ''smart'' cities

As part of the CIP ICT PSP work program for 2012, Theme 1: ICT for "smart"
cities, under Section 1.3: Open Innovation for Internet-Enabled Services and
Next Generation Access (NGA) services in the Smart Cities, we'd like to
apply a
project of building wireless Internet access and associated infrastructure.
The
infrastructure would actually be built by the partners in the program such as
operators (eg. HT, Bnet, etc.) and companies that build telecommunications
infrastructure (eg Konektor).

Through the necessary infrastructure services such as interactive television
could be provided. The interactive television would make possible for the user
to influence the tv-programme by sending a text message or calling a phone
number, various information would be available on a public TV screen,
e-learning through playing educational video games, and all this through a
combination of mobile or WiFi networks and Internet / IP television.

Such a concept could be interesting to both service providers in the mobile
telephony and those who provide IP television service. The project would
actually be a pilot for this service on a global level.
In addition to TV / Internet services, this network could be used to direct
teh
users who connect to it to the information portal, where local governments
would put information that would be easily accessible to everyone. This portal
should also be global in character and would not be limited to users in the
test network, but all users who connect to the Internet.
Companies that develop these portals could, in collaboration with operators
and
infrastructure building companies find common ground on the project, and use
the pilot as a platform for learning and developing new solutions, whereas
city
of Zadar would gain a platform for informing the citizens.

Merci de contacter aussi
Željka Vrankovecki Celegin
Zeljka.VrankoveckiCelegin@uprava.hr

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proposition 2 : Le TUBITAK turc, centre de recherche de Turquie
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TUBITAK – BILGEM is very eager to be involved in a project regarding Obj.
5.2 –
Mobile Cloud for Business Applications. 
They are experienced in community programmes and representing Turkey in STORK
project. 
Merci de contacter
Özhan Yilmaz
ozhan.yilmaz@kalkinma.gov.tr
ICT PSP NCP – Turkey
Ministry of Development
(+90 312) 294 6601

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proposition 3 : Malta Communications Authority (MCA). 
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Cette agnce maltaise souhaite collaborer à deux objectif 

OBJECTIVE 3.3 (b)  COMMUNITY BUILDING FOR DIGITAL LITERACY AND SKILLS
THEMATIC
NETWORK

The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) is the national regulatory authority
of the communications sector in Malta.  The Authority regulates electronic
communications, e-commerce and the postal sector and is also responsible for
elements of the national ICT strategy, including e-Inclusion, internet safety,
e-Business and Internet Governance. 

MISSION
‘To regulate the electronic communications, e-Commerce and postal sectors with
a view to achieving sustainable competition, enabling customer choice and
value-for-money; to facilitate the development of an environment that is
conducive to investment, innovation and continued social and economic growth.’

STRATEGY
The MCA holds itself to a number of principles, among which are:   
·       The development of fair and sustainable competition to ensure a
range of
high quality and competitive prices in services related to electronic
communications, posts, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and
e-Commerce.  
·       Regulation that caters for the interests of citizens and consumers and
also takes into account the exigencies of service providers.
·       Regulation which inclines towards technological and service neutrality
and is sufficiently flexible as to enable change and allow for technology and
service convergence.
·       The MCA’s regulatory activity should serve to contribute overall to
Malta’s transition to a knowledge- based society and economy.
·       The wider implications at a European market level should be taken into
account in the formulation of any decisions at the local level.
·       The furthering of overall social and economic welfare should be
another
outcome of the MCA’s regulatory activity.
·       Further to its regulatory remit, the MCA will encourage citizens and
business to embrace ICT as a key enabler to social and economic welfare.

COLLABORATION INTERESTS
The MCA is seeking participation in Objective 3.3 (b) Community building for
digital literacy and skills of the Sixth Call of the ICT Policy Support
Programme under the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP).

WHAT MAKES US GOOD PARTNERS?   
·       10 years of hands-on experience in policy drafting and regulation
in the
electronic communications sector; 
·       Best practices and quality references; 
·       A flexible and English-speaking workforce; 
·       Extensive knowledge of the communications sector; 
·       Hands-on experience in a variety of projects in the field of
e-Inclusion.  
MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS 
The MCA has carried out a number of projects in the field of ICTs, some of
which are ongoing:   
·       ICT for a better quality of life  
o       Audiovisual productions encouraging the use of ICTs by
demonstrating how
technologies and a myriad of applications may contribute towards a better
quality of life. 
·       BeSmartOnline! 
o       Ongoing project which includes concerted efforts of various national
stakeholders working towards the establishment of a Safer Internet Centre in
Malta (SIC MT);  
o     The initiative aims to raise awareness and educate minors, carers,
social
workers and educators on the safe use of the internet. 
·       EPITOME project 
o     Free training course in ICT aimed at micro-enterprise owners, their
employees and the self-employed; 
o       Empowers micro-entrepreneurs to make effective use of computers and
the
Internet in the day-to-day operations of their business. 
·       ICTforAll 
o     Training scheme aiming to achieve widespread e-literacy and digital
inclusion; 
o       Awareness-raising of the use of ICT as a tool to improve the
quality of
life of all citizens, in particular, disadvantaged groups. 
·       WiFi project 
o     Installation of free WiFi in public places; 
o       Currently 165 public places offering free WiFi in Malta. 
·       CTLCs network 
o     17 Community Technology Learning Centres (CTLCs) set up in Malta and
Gozo
over the past five years; 
o       CTLCs are run by NGOs targeting specific segments of society; 
o       CTLCs offer access to technology and literacy training and aim to
increase social inclusion and employability prospects; 
o       CTLCs aim to enhance quality of life through the use of ICTs.  
·       E-Ageing 
o     A scheme designed to tackle digital exclusion by harnessing the
knowledge
and experience of people who enjoy using technology and would like to help or
share their skills with other people who have difficulties in different
technologies used.  
INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION   
·       Through the besmartonline! project, the MCA is a member of INSAFE -
the
European network of Safer Internet Centres  and participates in the steering
committee. 
·       Membership in Telecentre Europe AISBL network  an international
non-profit association of grassroots organizations at the forefront of digital
inclusion.   
·       Membership in ICT-VN (ICT- Value Networks)  an Interreg IVC project
which focuses on the identification and exchange of good practices and
policies
with the aim of stimulating the development of information society among SMEs
according to their regional policy focus; 
·       EPITOME  A project co-financed by the European Social Fund and
national
funds.  
The MCA is also an active member in:   
·       BEREC (Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications); 
·       IRG (Independent Regulators Group); 
·       ITU (International Telecommunications Union); 
·       UPU (Universal Postal Union); 
·       GAC/ICANN (Governmental Advisory Committee of the Internet Corporation
for Assigned Names and Numbers).   
Et pour l'autre objectif

OBJECTIVE 3.7  COMMUNITY BUILDING ON ACTIVE AND HEALTHY AGEING  THEMATIC
NETWORK

The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) is the national regulatory authority
of the communications sector in Malta.  The Authority regulates electronic
communications, e-commerce and the postal sector and is also responsible for
elements of the national ICT strategy, including e-Inclusion, internet safety,
e-Business and Internet Governance. 

MISSION
‘To regulate the electronic communications, e-Commerce and postal sectors with
a view to achieving sustainable competition, enabling customer choice and
value-for-money; to facilitate the development of an environment that is
conducive to investment, innovation and continued social and economic growth.’

STRATEGY
The MCA holds itself to a number of principles, among which are:   
·       The development of fair and sustainable competition to ensure a
range of
high quality and competitive prices in services related to electronic
communications, posts, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and
e-Commerce.  
·       Regulation that caters for the interests of citizens and consumers and
also takes into account the exigencies of service providers.
·       Regulation which inclines towards technological and service neutrality
and is sufficiently flexible as to enable change and allow for technology and
service convergence.
·       The MCA’s regulatory activity should serve to contribute overall to
Malta’s transition to a knowledge- based society and economy.
·       The wider implications at a European market level should be taken into
account in the formulation of any decisions at the local level.
·       The furthering of overall social and economic welfare should be
another
outcome of the MCA’s regulatory activity.
·       Further to its regulatory remit, the MCA will encourage citizens and
business to embrace ICT as a key enabler to social and economic welfare.

COLLABORATION INTERESTS
The MCA is seeking participation in Objective 3.7 Community building for
Active
and Healthy Ageing of the Sixth Call of the ICT Policy Support Programme under
the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP).

WHAT MAKES US GOOD PARTNERS?   
·       10 years of hands-on experience in policy drafting and regulation
in the
electronic communications sector; 
·       Best practices and quality references; 
·       A flexible and English-speaking workforce; 
·       Extensive knowledge of the communications sector; 
·       Hands-on experience in a variety of projects in the field of
e-Inclusion.  
MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS 
The MCA has carried out a number of projects in the field of ICTs, some of
which are ongoing:   
·       ICT for a better quality of life  
o       Audiovisual productions encouraging the use of ICTs by
demonstrating how
technologies and a myriad of applications may contribute towards a better
quality of life. 
·       BeSmartOnline! 
o       Ongoing project which includes concerted efforts of various national
stakeholders working towards the establishment of a Safer Internet Centre in
Malta (SIC MT);  
o     The initiative aims to raise awareness and educate minors, carers,
social
workers and educators on the safe use of the internet. 
·       EPITOME project 
o     Free training course in ICT aimed at micro-enterprise owners, their
employees and the self-employed; 
o       Empowers micro-entrepreneurs to make effective use of computers and
the
Internet in the day-to-day operations of their business. 
·       ICTforAll 
o     Training scheme aiming to achieve widespread e-literacy and digital
inclusion; 
o       Awareness-raising of the use of ICT as a tool to improve the
quality of
life of all citizens, in particular, disadvantaged groups. 
·       WiFi project 
o     Installation of free WiFi in public places; 
o       Currently 165 public places offering free WiFi in Malta. 
·       CTLCs network 
o     17 Community Technology Learning Centres (CTLCs) set up in Malta and
Gozo
over the past five years; 
o       CTLCs are run by NGOs targeting specific segments of society; 
o       CTLCs offer access to technology and literacy training and aim to
increase social inclusion and employability prospects; 
o       CTLCs aim to enhance quality of life through the use of ICTs.  
·       E-Ageing 
o     A scheme designed to tackle digital exclusion by harnessing the
knowledge
and experience of people who enjoy using technology and would like to help or
share their skills with other people who have difficulties in different
technologies used.  
INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION   
·       Through the besmartonline! project, the MCA is a member of INSAFE -
the
European network of Safer Internet Centres  and participates in the steering
committee. 
·       Membership in Telecentre Europe AISBL network  an international
non-profit association of grassroots organizations at the forefront of digital
inclusion.   
·       Membership in ICT-VN (ICT- Value Networks)  an Interreg IVC project
which focuses on the identification and exchange of good practices and
policies
with the aim of stimulating the development of information society among SMEs
according to their regional policy focus; 
·       EPITOME  A project co-financed by the European Social Fund and
national
funds.  
The MCA is also an active member in:   
·       BEREC (Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications); 
·       IRG (Independent Regulators Group); 
·       ITU (International Telecommunications Union); 
·       UPU (Universal Postal Union); 
·       GAC/ICANN (Governmental Advisory Committee of the Internet Corporation
for Assigned Names and Numbers).   
merci, dans les deux cas;  de contacter

Ms Patricia Calleja
Malta Communications Authority 
Valletta Waterfront, Pinto Wharf, Floriana, FRN1913, Malta 
Email: patricia.calleja@mca.org.mt 
Web: www.mca.org.mt 
Tel: +356 21 336 840 
Fax: +356 21 336 846 

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proposition 4 : Leibnitz Institute for Psychological Information in Germany 
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Leibnitz Institute for Psychological Information in Germany is looking for a
fitting project under objective 2.2. b Open access to scientific
information or
partners who are willing to form a consortium with them on this specific theme
of psychological information

European Psychology Research Data Consortium (EPReDaC)
Subject: Implementation of a European psychology data archive and data journal
Project description
Proposal outline
The proposed project aims to offer a platform for European psychology-related
research datasets and to motivate their publication in an open-access data
journal. It is intended to increase access to scientific information, to
provide new ways to review scientific information, and to allow
application-oriented (re-)use of data.
Sharing research data supports and broadens research efforts by
increasing the impact and visibility of research,
providing sources for education and training,
enabling analyses beyond the scope of the original research, and
avoiding the duplication of existing data collections.
Why focus on psychology? Psychology comprises many subfields including
health-related concerns, human development and educational matters, industrial
and organizational themes, as well as engineering and ergonomics. It includes
exploration and investigation from the natural sciences, social sciences and
humanities.
The data archive will aggregate the partners’ data pools and allow
international scientists and practitioners to access and use the data. The
archive can be constructed on the basis of PsychData, an accredited data
center
at the German Data Forum that makes data management and long-term data
preservation in psychology possible. The application of the digital object
identifier (DOI) system to datasets allows citations analog to those of
publications.
The data journal will comprise peer-reviewed scientific articles on a) the
documentation of datasets (coverage of data, planning, data collection),
quality control (e.g., specification of evaluation criteria, analysis of
measurement inaccuracy), instrumentation, etc., and b) methodology:
description
of nontrivial methodology and experimental settings etc.
The publication process can be facilitated by PsychOpen (www.psychopen.eu),
the
European open-access publishing platform for psychology.
Keywords
Data archive; Data journal; Psychology; Open Access; Scientific publishing
Partner profile sought
Required skills and expertise
We are looking for
- experts with data management, documentation, preservation, and sharing
skills, particularly in psychology and the life sciences
- experts in data protection
- experts and researchers as well as authors and reviewers from all areas of
psychology and related disciplines (such as life sciences, education, medical
sciences, engineering and ergonomics), particularly those involved in data
collection, metaanalysis, large-scale surveys, longitudinal studies, etc.
- experts in information science and human-computer interfaces
Description of work to be carried out by future partners
To be defined
Types of partners required
Data archives; research infrastructures; public authorities; service
providers;
industrial stakeholders and users; SME; ICT developers; publishers; authors;
reviewers

Merci de contacter

Doris Scheffler
ZENIT GmbH
E-Mail: ds@zenit.de
Internet: http://www.zenit.de 

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proposition 5 : Bulgarian National Museum of History
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the Bulgarian National Museum of History is interested in taking part as
partner in European project within the CIP-ICT PSP-2012-6 call, Theme 2 :
Digital Content, open data and creativity (Objective 2.1: Europeana and
creativity and Objective 2.2: Open Data and open access to scientific
information)

Merci de contacter
Petar STEFANOV
nim.pr@abv.bg

ou 
Eli Kaneva
ICT-PSP-CIP NCP
Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications
6 Gourko Str.
Sofia 1000, Bulgaria
Tel. + 359 2 9492315
e-mail: ekaneva@mtitc.government.bg


The National Museum of History (NMH) is created on May 5th, 1973.

After the democratic changes took place in Bulgaria in 1989 the museum
archives
received the treasures of the closed down National museum of the political
parties (former National museum of the revolutionary movement), as well as
those of the museum “Bulgaria and the Slavonic world” (former National museum
of the Bulgarian-Russian friendship)  now a branch of the National Museum of
History. At the moment part of the most precious exhibits from those two
museums are on display in the 1878-1946 period of the permanent exposition of
NMH.

The first representative exposition of the museum opened in honor of the
celebration of 1300 years Bulgarian state on a surface of 10000 square meters
at Sofia’s Courts of Justice in 1984. In the year 2000 NMH was moved to the
former government residence Nr.1, where the decision for the removal of the
last communist leader Todor Jivkov was taken. Here the history of contemporary
Bulgarian lands is presented (from 7th millennium BC to the middle of 20th
century).

Section 3 - Sector of interest
Theme 2 : Digital Content, open data and creativity
?       2.1: Europeana and creativity (Best Practice Network, Pilot B,
Thematic
Network)
?       2.2: Open Data and open access to scientific information (Pilot A,
Pilot
B, Thematic Network)

expertise du musée

The National Museum of History organizes large and representative Bulgarian
expositions of ancient Thracian and Old Bulgarian cultures, shown at the world
largest museums. The museum publishes its own yearly scientific book  Journal
of NMH, albums of its unique collections, guides, monographs and bulletins
with
scientific publications on a wide range of questions. The museum works
actively
with the general public through its permanent exposition, promotion of museum
exhibitions, lectures and meetings, specialized museum programs for school
children and visitors. In 2000 the museum was awarded with the special
prize of
the European Museum Forum for its success in preserving the cultural heritage,
exposition, scientific and editorial activities and achievements in working
with the public.

The museum has its own laboratory for conservation and restoration. There are
working many specialists in different field of science.

We also are constantly participating in many local and international projects.
In the last 3 years we are coordinators, partners or in some other way
participants in more then 10 projects in different areas.

NMH is in good cooperation with:
The national institute with museum with Bulgarian academy of science
The national military museum
The national art gallery
The national gallery for foreign art
Sofia university “St. Kliment Ohridski”
New Bulgarian university
Velikotarnovo university “St. St. Kiril and Metodi”
University of libraries and informational technologies
and many others museums and universities.

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proposition 6 : Baltic Computer academy 
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Baltic Computer academy which is leading ICT Training Company in Baltic States
with focus on e-learning solutions is interested in taking part as partner in
European project within the CIP-ICT PSP-2012-6 call –Objective 3. 

Baltic Computer academy which is leading ICT Training company in Baltic States
with focus on e-learning solutions. Baltic Computer academy has wide
experience
in implementation of different EU projects and has strong cooperation with NGO
representing seniors and people with special needs, public bodies,
associations, social partners, vocational and higher education institutions in
Latvia. Currently Baltic Computer academy would like to take part as
partner in
ICT Policy Support programme under Theme 3 ICT for health, ageing and
inclusion. I attach presentation with general information about Baltic
Computer
academy and look forward for successful cooperation in future!

Merci de contacter

Linda Romele, Projektu vaditaja, Baltijas Datoru akademija
Tallinas iela 4, Riga, LV-1001

linda@bda.lv 
http://www.bda.lv 


Merci de contacter aussi

Laura Gintere 
ICT PSP NCP – Latvia
Ministry of the Environmental protection and Regional development
Electronic Government Department 
e-mail: laura.gintere@varam.gov.lv 
Lacplesa street 27, Riga, LV-1011 

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