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2017-09-25

Research

The scientific work at the EA European Academy is organised in joint interdisciplinary research projects, mostly on European level. There are four different EA Research Departments:

InnoSEn: Network Analysis and Simulation of Innovation Dynamics for new Key Technologies in the Energy Sector

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EnAHRgie: Conception of sustainable land use and energy supply at the municipal level. Implementation in the model region Ahrweiler

  • Funding: BMBF, Innovation groups “Sustainable Land Management”
  • Duration: March 2015–February 2019

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IND_4.0: Industry 4.0 in Central-, South- and East-Europe from the Perspective of Technology and Vision Assessment

  • Funding: Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF); Funding Programme MOEL-SOEL
  • Duration: 01/17-12/18
  • Project Coordination: Dr. Stephan Lingner

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EIS: Enabling Innovation by Simulation

  • Funding: Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
  • Duration: October 2015–September 2018
  • Co-ordination: Dr. Michel Schilperoord

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ZIE: Analyses of multi-level design processes for future energy systems as basis for long-term viable innovations in the energy area 

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ENavi: Kopernikus-Project „System Integration“ Energy Transition Navigation System

  • Cooperation-Project
  • Funding: Federal Ministry of Education and Research
  • Duration: September 2016 – August 2026
  • Role of EA: Associated Partner
  • Contact Person in EA: Dr.-Ing. Bert Droste-Franke

Focus and Main Topics: Implementing concepts and experiences from the regional project EnAHRgie

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INOGOV: Innovations in Climate Governance: Sources, Patterns and Effects (FP7 ISCH COST Action IS1309)

  • Funding: EU 
  • Duration: June 2014–June 2018
  • Role in Project: MC Member (Managing Committee)
  • Co-ordination: Prof. Andrew Jordan, Norwich, UK
  • Contact: Dr. André Schaffrin
  • Focus and main topics: This Action will help build the capacity for innovating in climate governance by: identifying effective ways of stimulating and diffusing policy and governance innovations; building a stronger evaluation capacity to assess such innovations; and spreading usable knowledge in innovative ways such as via open access course materials.

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