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|36 months (2018-2021)
Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova: Mrs. Olesia Sirbiu – email@example.com
Armenian State University of Economics (ASUE): Mr Nerses Gevorgyan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences (YSULS): Mrs. Anna Chulyan – email@example.com
Yerevan State Medical University (YSMU): Mr. Seyran Kocharyan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Yerevan State University (YSU): Mr. Alexander Markarov – email@example.com
Ministry of Education, Science, Culture & Sport of Republic of Armenia (MoESCS): Mrs. Lilit Mkrtchyan – firstname.lastname@example.org
|Communauté d’universités et établissements Université Côte d’Azur – France
Universite de Monpellier – France
Institut za Evropske Razvojne Politike in Raziskave Maribor – Slovenia
Universita Degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi – TELEMATICA – Italy
Universitat de Valecia – Spain
Universite de Liege – Belgium
Armenian State University of Economics (ASUE)
Asociatia Obsteasca Consiliul Rectorilor Din Republica Moldova
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Open science, open innovation, and openness to the world are set as one of the main research and innovation strategies in the European Research Area (ARA). Open science provides an effective framework for the enhancement of research transparency, dissemination, collaborations, and accountability. The academic community in Moldova and Armenia have recognized the importance and advantages of open science principles which is manifested through the numerous initiatives undertaken by the government bodies, faculties, libraries, NGOs, and journal publishers. However, in the absence of coordination, compromise on standards, and a solid legislative support, these initiatives seem isolated and ineffective from the global point of view.
The main aim of the MINERVA is to develop conditions for the implementation of the core principles of Open Science at universities in Moldova and Armenia. The Project specific objective is threefold:
MINERVA project plans to improve institutional HR policies and practices through a series of bylaw changes that will prepare researchers for the labour market and society by facilitating their career development. Further, it will enhance their level of competences through a series of practical trainings in transversal and transferable skills.
Thus it will harmonize the management of university research potentials and foster regional cooperation in the Eastern Partnership Countries converging with EU developments in higher education sector.