The COMPASS project is the flagship for Ulysseus European Universities R&I agenda and strategy.
The project aims to support the development of strategies and concrete action plans in order to position Ulysseus as an institutional transformation model at the research and innovation levels.
Through COMPASS, the alliance will reinforce the joint long-term vision for research and innovation to drive systemic, structural, and sustainable impact at all levels of the institutions involved. The project will offer a diverse range of activities such as training, courses, seminars, and conference in order to boost researchers’ professional development and R&I actions.
Project Manager at Haaga-Helia: Ana Timonen
Funded by: HORIZON 2020/SwafS (Sciences with and for Society)
Partners: University of Cote d'Azur (France), University of Genoa (Italy), Management Center Innsbruck (Austria), Technical University of Kosice (Slovakia) and University of Seville (Spain) (coordinator)