Who we are
Open DOORS partnership is composed of scientific and institutional partners from 4 different Mediterranean countries.
ANCI Lazio, among other institutional activities, is implementing several projects on developing and testing new services and policies in order to increment local administration capacities and know-how. ANCI Lazio with its team of experts supports the sustainable mobility and local development while managing and coordinating EU projects.
CNR-IRPPS is carrying out studies aimed at supporting the definition of the common strategies and identifying actions and tools that enable to build an ecosystemic cluster, based on multidisciplinary competences of scientists in Social science, Communication Science, ICT and Social Informatics and computing. CNR IRPPS experiences on methodologies for stakeholders engagement allowed to build various communities.
CNA Abruzzo represents about 1500 local SMEs from digital sector. Among those, and with support of structural funds, was established “Digital Borgo” - a network of 11 SMEs specialized in the internet of things, digital startUp, ICT incubator, App and 3D tecnology, that is already the member of the transnational business network established by the Citek MED project.
UM - University of Maribor (Slovenia)
The second biggest and oldest university in Slovenia plays an active role in supporting local stakeholders for the participation in EU networks and projects. University of Maribor promotes partnerships with businesses, governmental and non-governmental and other institutions to enrich university teaching, research and creative activity.
Faculty of electrical engineering and computing (FER) has strong competences in R&D, innovation, cooperation with industry from SMEs to large multinational corporations, business aspects of innovation, clustering in the domain of ICT. FER has long expertize in definition of R&D and innovation strategies on local, regional and national levels.
Research Unit on Cultural Economics (Econcult, University of Valencia) is working since 1996 and its research priorities include cultural economics, cultural policies, the relationship between culture and development, creative territories, music, the publishing sector, theatre, heritage, museums, language economics and cultural tourism.
TPLj - Technology Park Ljubljana Ltd. (Slovenia)
Technology Park is the “first Slovene public-private partnership” focusing on facilitating knowledge and technology transfer from research institutes, academia to national and international markets. Technology Park offers services to 300 companies in clusters on ICT, Green Technologies, Creative Industries and Health and Medicine.