Idealist2014
Trans-national cooperation among ICT National Contact Points

Ideal-ist addresses ICT companies and research organisations worldwide wishing to find project partners for a participation in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) and HORIZON2020 of the European Commission. Ideal-ist offers a unique and quality-labelled Partner Search and other services helping to ease participation in FP7.

Today the Ideal-ist network consists of 70 ICT national partners from EU and Non-EU Countries, such as Associated States, Eastern European Partner Countries (EEPC) and Mediterranean Partner Countries (MPC) and emerging countries like China, Brazil, India, and South Africa.

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Acronym: Idealist2014
Name: Trans-national cooperation among ICT NCPs
Project No.: FP7-ICT-288598
web: http://www.ideal-ist.eu
Consortium: The German Aerospace Center, Germany
Information Society Technologies Center, Armenia
FFG - Oesterreichische Forschungsfoerderungsgesellschaft mbH, Austria
Agence Bruxelloise pour l’Entreprise, Belgium
Institute for Parallel Processing, Bularian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
BELISA, Belarus
VEREIN EURESEARCH, Switzerland
Institute of Information Theory and Automation of the AS CR, Czech Rep.
UBIFRANCE, France
Int. Center for Advancement of Research Technology and Innovation, Georgia
Közép-magyarországi Regionális Innovációs Ügynökség Közhasznú Egyesület, Hungary
MATIMOP ISERD, Israel
Interactive Technology, Software and Media Association, India
Agenzia per la Promozione Della Ricerca Europea, Italy
International Society for Optical Engineering, Latvia
Universite Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah, Morocco
Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Republic of Moldova
Instituto Technologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Mexico
Malta Council for Science and Technology, Malta
The Research Council, Norway
IPPT PAN, Poland
ICI Bucharest, Romania
TUBITAK, Turkey
Singleimage Limited, United Kingdom
EFPConsulting Limited, United Kingdom
All Ideal-ist partners
Duration: 1 October 2011 - 30 September 2014