JPI Urban Europe is funding 52 projects. As we continue to launch calls the amount of projects will steadily increase. These projects not only examine the urban problems we face today but also the critical urban problems of the future. Our projects are as diverse as they are interesting. However, that certainly does not mean that our projects are isolated from each other. In fact, our projects are thematically categorised into five areas of great importance.
Focusing our projects around thematic categories accomplishes two things: firstly, it makes it clear how small-scale, short-term projects can yield results which fit into larger continuous research goals. Secondly, it means our projects comply with JPI Urban Europe’s Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA), which seeks to create a new paradigm in research and technological development that will integrate research and bridge the space between research and practical implementation.
The Projects Catalogue presents all the 52 projects that are a part of JPI Urban Europe.
Launched at the Projects Meeting in Amsterdam on April 14 the new Projects Catalogue presents all the 52 projects that are a part of the JPI Urban Europe.
The projects have been divided into one of the five thematic priorities in the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda that was launched in 2015. The catalogue offers an overview of the projects including facts and figures and contact data – in comprehensive A5 format.
To support the transition towards sustainable and livable urban features the following five thematic priorities were defined