Closing of the Baltic TRAM project and lessons learnt
The Baltic TRAM project closed 28.02.2019. It was approved in November 2015.
The project lead partner was DESY (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchotron/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.
The Mads Clausen Institute was partner in the Baltic TRAM project.
Summary of the achievements of the project can be accessed here.
Project publications are available as follows:
- Project brochure
- Industrial User Experience Pilot Activity Impact report and open data pilot impact report
- Evaluation Committee Rules
- Evaluation Form
- Review on Regional Ressources and Further Development Analytical Research Infrastructures
- Service Agreement
- Terms of Cooperation
- Letter of Intent
- Voucher scheme
For further information, please contact Horst-Günter Rubahn, firstname.lastname@example.org