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Record number 533372
Title PLATFORM Workshop on Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment of P2P Networks and Projects, 8-9 June 2017, Copenhagen
Author(s) Bunthof, Christine
Event PLATFORM Workshop on Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment of P2P Networks and Projects, 8-9 June 2017, Copenhagen, 2017-6-8/2017-6-9
Department(s) Staff Corporate Strategy & Accounts
Publication type Non publishing activities
Publication year 2017
Keyword(s) PLATFORM - P2P - Bioecnomy - Monitoring - Evaluation - Impact Assessment
Abstract To assist the bioeconomy ERA-NETs on their task on monitoring and evaluation of research projects, PLATFORM organised a lunch-to-lunch workshop on monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment. The question of monitoring and evaluation of the added value of ERA-NETs is gaining increased attention from funding organisations. For the ERA-NETs Cofund monitoring and evaluation of their funded research projects is a prerequisite in H2020. Furthermore an impact assessment is initiated by te European Commission through ERA-LEARN2020 and this pilot was set-up together with PLATFORM. The audience target group consisted of current and future ERA-NET monitoring and evaluation task leaders in bioeconomy ERA-NETs. Through these workshops, and through master classes and the annual events, the PLATFORM project brings together the bioeconomy P2P community to share knowledge, learn, network and to increase coherence.
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