NewWBL; 11/2015 – 04/2018; ERASMUS+ (KA3)

Work based learning has been and still remains today the best methods for teaching and learning skills and obtain skilled workers.

FOODLAB; 01/2015 - 12/2017; ERASMUS+

project arose from the investigation of concrete solutions to innovate in project-based learning approaches and reverse this tendency.

SPACE 4 COCREATE; 10/2016-09/2018; ERASMUS+


I-CON; 06/2016 - 5/2019; Interreg Central Europe

Improving entrepreneurial competences and skills in remote areas through FOOD innovation potentials.

Industry4EU; 01/2016 – 08/2017; DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion

The EU manufacturing output stands for 15% of the overall member states’ GDP and EU has declared that the goal is to increase this level of 20% by the year 2020. However, since 2008 over 3.4 million jobs have been lost in the metal industry. These data proves that a new phase of EU economic growth cannot come without the involvement of metal and mechanical industry. Industry 4.0 is a new production system resulting from the application of new technologies to manufacturing and is a game changer affecting all the activities linked to manufacturing, from planning to processes, from products to work organisation.

POLY4EMI / 2014 - 2016 / CIP

The transformative powers of biopolymers are the focus of the Poly4EmI cross-clustering collaboration since the exploitation of biopolymer technologies is opening up new business opportunities, attracting new investments, international joint ventures and partnerships and fostering the development of a globally competitive bio-based industry in Europe.

TISP / 02 2013-12 7 2015 / CIP Thematic Network

The Technology and Innovation for Smart Publishing (TISP) network aims at creating a platform for publishers and technology providers to promote wider collaboration so to make available expertise and tools on innovation and technology to publishing industry in a mutual exchange of ideas and experience between the two sectors.

SINERGIA / 06 2013 - 06 2015 / Interreg MED

Over the recent years it has become clear that an essential requisite for future growth and competitiveness in the European agro-food industry are not only the investments in global network of commodities and distribution channels but also to extend the paradigm of sustainability in the food processing from the big corporations to the SMEs.

SAFE-BAG / 09 2011 – 08 2014 / FP7-SME-2011 Research for the benefit of specific groups

The project SAFE-BAG Novel continuous in-pack decontamination system for fresh produce aims at developing a novel continuous in-pack decontamination system for fresh produce, that is in line with market trends and consumer demands to move away from the use of methods such as chlorine washing.