Baltic TRAM

Baltic TRAM focused on strengthening the cooperation between research institutions and businesses.

Closing of the Baltic TRAM project and lessons learnt

The Baltic TRAM project closed on 28.2.2019. It was approved in November 2015. The project lead partner was DESY (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron / German Electron Synchrotron, www.desy.de). DESY is a national research centre in Germany that operates particle accelerators used to investigate the structure of matter.

Kainuun Etu Oy was partner number 4 in the Baltic TRAM project. Summary of the achievements of the project can be accessed here.

Project publications are available as follows:

  • Project Brochure
  • Terms of Reference - Call for Application
  • Service Agreement
  • Evaluation Form
  • Review on Regional Resources and Further Development of Analytical Research Infrastructures
  • Letter of Intent (23.10.2017)
  • Memorandum of Understanding
  • Research Voucher Scheme (23.03.2018)
  • Work Package 5 - Activity 5.3 (21.03.2019)
  • Terms of Cooperation - IReCNet Baltic TRAM for Consultation (November 2018)
  • Combined Report - Impacts of the Baltic TRAM Industrial User Experience Pilot Activity and Open Data Pilot (22.03.2019)


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    Project information
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    Baltic Sea Region Interreg programme: #R002 Baltic TRAM


    Implementation time:

    01.03.2016 - 28.02.2019


    Budget:

    4 157 173€
    ERDF 75%
    Other funding 25%


    Funding:

    Interreg Baltic Sea Region -Programme