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ESTABLISHMENT OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY INNOVATIVE CENTRES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF VIRTUAL LABORATORIES IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE (MICVL)

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543802-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-TEMPUS-JPHES
Start date Dec 1st 2013

DESCRIPTION: The Wider objective of the project is the implementation of the knowledge triangle of education, research and innovation through Multidisciplinary Innovative Centres for the Development of Virtual Laboratories in Biology and Medicine (MICVL) set up in Eastern Neighboring Area Universities (ENAU) using Virtual Medical Microbiology Laboratory as a pilot product. The centres will produce innovative commercial research-based products for education and science in Biology and Medicine using research and innovative methodology in Information Technology. Each MICVL triangle will incorporate 3 distinct

Groups that will contribute to a joint product:
1. Innovative Technology/Research Group;
2. Theoretical/Educational Group;
3. Business Development Group.
These groups will include academic staff, PhD and MSc students from the areas of IT, Biomedicine, Marketing/Business Development. Each MICVL will receive a formal status as a separate commercial unit within the ENAU infrastructure. All 6 MICVLs will be equipped with modern servers and appropriate software. Staff involved in the MICVL will undergo intensive training in IT innovative technologies and methodology and in Marketing in EU partners.
One of the specific objectives will be development of a pilot product: a Virtual Medical Microbiology Laboratory (VMML). Academic staff from ENAU and EU partners will work closely on a VMML. Team-members from Business Development Groups of each
MICVL will be responsible for developing an efficient optimal scheme of VMML commercialisation and advertising. As a part of the advertising strategy, a special
Website will be created by the IT Group for the introduction of end-products produced by MICVLs.
The dissemination of the project's outcomes will include both internal and external elements at national and regional levels. Particular attention will be paid to increasing awareness of the technology in wider society of the region and establishing links with relevant IT enterprises.

COORDINATOR: University of Westminster
New Cavendish Street, 115
London W1W 6UW, UK
Phone: +44 1689 830 777
Fax: +44 207 911 5087
Email: lydyarp@westminster.ac.uk
Internet site address: www.westminster.ac.uk
CONTACT: Mr (M) Peter Lydyard
INVOLVED PARTNER
COUNTRIES'

INSTITUTIONS:
Università degli• Studi dell'Aquila, IT
Université de Bretagne Occidentale, FR•
AMNIM,• Center for Scientific Visualization, SI
Javakhishvili Tbilisi State• University, GE
Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, UA•
Baku State• University, AZ
Azerbaijan Medical University,• AZ
Odessa National University, UA•
Davit Agmashenebeli University,• GE
REQUESTED GRANT: 847,282.97 Euro

CONTRACT DURATION: 36 months
Activity during 2014 year:
Meeting in Tbilisi in January 2014
Online trainings
Meeting in Tbilisi in July 2014
Equipment order

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