DIGYMATEX is an EU-funded project that aims to provide evidence-based tools to assist in understanding and determining children’s digital maturity. The project comprised of 12 partners from Denmark, Austria, The Netherlands, Germany, Spain, France, Norway, Ireland and Israel. The partners list includes:
Aarhus Universitet (Project Coordinator, Denmark)
Aarhus BSS is a broad business school and one of the five faculties at Aarhus University. The school is home to six academic departments, all internationally recognised for their quality of educational and research activities.
The MAPP Centre at the Department of Management is a world-leader in the analysis of consumer behavior with regard to food and in making consumer insights useful in new product development with a special interest in the food sector. The Center for Computational Thinking and Design (CCTD) is a new interdisciplinary center at Aarhus University and its vision is to further develop the research and educational perspectives on basic IT competencies – the “21st century learning skills”.
Universitat Wien (Austria)
The University of Vienna is a modern and, at the same time, a long-standing institution enjoying high international visibility.
The University of Vienna was founded in 1365, and today, more than 6,000 researchers conduct basic and applied research at the 15 faculties and 5 centers. Its research profile reflects the characteristics of the area it is located in and understands research as a global challenge.
Instituto De Empresa (Spain)
IE is an international institution dedicated to educating business leaders through programs based on core values of global focus, entrepreneurial spirit and a humanistic approach.
IE’s 500-strong, international faculty teaches a student body composed of more than 90 nationalities on its Undergraduate, Master, and Doctorate degrees, and Executive Education programs. IE’s alumni, numbering over 40,000, hold management positions in some 100 countries worldwide.
Vitagora Pole (France)
Vitagora is a cluster organisation focused on fostering growth of the food industry addressing markets in France and globally with its network of more than 550 members.
Vitagora’s members work together in order to produce a tasty, healthy, and sustainable food product and service offer, driven by the strengthening demands of today’s consumers, ever more concerned by the impact of food on their wellbeing. The digitalization of the agri-food sector and impact of digital solutions on food behaviours is one of the current key topics Vitagora is addressing.
Nofima AS (Norway)
Nofima, the Norwegian Institute of Food, Fisheries and Aquaculture Research, is one of the largest European applied research institutes servicing the food industry. The institute, headquartered in Tromsø, Norway, has research departments in Tromsø, Ås, Stavanger, Bergen and Sunndalsøra and is organized in three divisions: Food Science, Aquaculture and Seafood.
Nofima, which was founded in 1931, has some 390 employees, the majority of whom are scientists. Nofima’s objective is to deliver internationally renowned, applied research and innovations leading to increased competitiveness along the value chain.
Athens University of Economics and Business (Greece)
Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) aims at providing high-quality education. The objective is to train competent faculty in order to meet present and future needs of economy and society at national and international level, and the training of scientists, in the fields it is expertized to, that are capable of becoming bearers of creation.
Freie Universitaet Berlin (Germany)
Freie Universität Berlin is a leading research institution. It is one of the German universities successful in all three funding lines in the federal and state Excellence Initiative, thereby receiving additional funding for its institutional future development strategy.
Freie Universität Berlin has 16 academic departments and central institutes offering over 150 degree programs across a wide range of subjects.
Universiteit Van Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
The University of Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ largest university, offering the widest range of academic programmes. At the UvA, 30,000 students, 6,000 staff members and 3,000 PhD candidates study and work in a diverse range of fields, connected by a culture of curiosity.
The UvA dates back to 1632 when our predecessor the Athenaeum Illustre was founded to educate the citizens of Amsterdam.
IBM Danmark (Danmark)
IBM Danmark provides information technology services. The Company offers application management, integrated technology, technical, cloud, security, packaged application, and outsourcing services. IBM Danmark serves customers worldwide.
Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)
Located in a beautiful campus in the heart of Dublin’s city centre, Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s highest ranked university. It is home to 17,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students across all the major disciplines in the arts and humanities, and in business, law, engineering, science, and health sciences.
Universitatsklinikum Bonn (Germany)
The University Hospital of Bonn (UKB) is one of Germany’s leading medical institutions with a focus on neuroscience and immunology. The Center for Economics and Neuroscience is a central scientific institution of the University, at the interface of psychology, neuroscience and economics, with the mission to investigate human decision making.
The Center for Economics and Neuroscience (CENs) which was founded in 2009, combines knowledge and methods from neuroscience, behavioural genetics, medicine and economics to deepen our understanding of human behaviour, especially in economically relevant contexts. CENs also provides a platform for the field of neuroeconomics within Germany and internationally with the aim of fostering interdisciplinary work.
Agora Partners (Israel)
Agora Partners specializes in managing large, publicly funded projects. The company has proven expertise in accompanying projects through all stages from the initial idea stage, writing the proposal and setting up a consortium for the successful management of large-scale EU-funded projects.
Agora Partners has gained considerable experience in coordinating, supervising and managing R&D and other large-scale publicly funded projects for universities, research institutions, and public and private companies.