Partners

The INPROFOOD consortium at the kick-off meeting in Hohenheim on the 12th of December 2011

 

 

The University of Hohenheim, Life Science Center is the Coordinator of INPROFOOD and leading WP7 - Management and Coordination. Furthermore they contribute to WP2 - Participatory needs assessment, engagement and mobilization: European Awareness Scenario Workshops (for Germany), WP3 - Mobilising stimulus, ideas and initiatives through a European Open Space Conference, and WP6 - Communication and Dissemination.

Wollgrasweg 43

70593 Stuttgart

 

Contacts: Klaus Hadwiger, Susanne Braun

 

DIALOGIK gemeinnützige Gesellschaft für Kommunikations- und Kooperationsforschung mbH is leading WP3 - Mobilising stimulus, ideas and initiatives through a European Open Space Conference. Furthermore DIALOGIK contributes to WP1 - Mapping current processes of research programming in the area of food and health, WP4 - Action plan development, and WP2 (EASWs for Germany).

Lerchenstr. 22

70176 Stuttgart

Germany

 

Contact: Ludger Benighaus, Christina Benighaus, Dr. Marion Dreyer

 

Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI) are leading WP6 - Communication and Dissemination. They are responsible for extending INPROFOOD results to all major stakeholders in Europe and the public in general.

Furthermore they contribute to WP1 - Mapping current processes of research programming in the area of food and health, and are responsible for the EASWs in Portugal (WP2).

Avenida Marechal Gomesda Costa, 1376

4150 - 356 Porto

Portugal

 

Contact: Dora Fazekas

 

The main activities of the Maastricht University consist in providing legal and regulatory expertise for WP4 (Action Plan development). They also are involved in WP2 (EASWs for the Netherlands).

Minderbroedersberg 4-6

6211 LK Maastricht

The Netherlands

 

Contact:Prof. Ellen VosZamira Xhaferri

           

 

The University of Surrey is leader of WP1 - Mapping current processes of research programming in the area of food and health. The delineation of current food and nutrition innovation and research networks is a central task of INPROFOOD. In addition, the University of Surrey will contribute to WP2 (EASWs in the UK) and WP4 - Action plan development.

Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH,

United Kingdom

 

Contacts: Monique Raats, Lada Timotijevic

 

Gene Rowe Evaluations is workpackage leader of WP5 (Evaluation) and responsible for evaluating the methodology implemented during this project in relation to the project’s objectives and expected impacts.

Contact: Gene Rowe

 

 

 

Observa – Science in Society is involved in WP1 - Mapping current processes of research programming in the area of food and health and WP2 - Participatory needs assessment, engagement and mobilization: European Awareness Scenario Workshops. Furthermore they participate in WP4 - Action plan development and WP6 - Communication and Dissemination.

Viale Fusinieri, 65

36100 Vicenza

Italy

 

Contacts: Federico Neresini, Giuseppe Pellegrini

 

The World Health Organization (WHO) – Regional Office for Europe is the leader of WP4 (Action plan development) with the aim to outline a Mobilization and Mutual Learning Action Plan (MMLAP) based upon the stakeholder analysis and social network policy analysis. The workpackage will enhance the understanding of the existing public health food policy dilemma, bringing technological innovations and health concerns together. They will also contribute significantly to the dissemination and outreach of INPROFOOD (WP6).

WHO Regional Office for Europe

Scherfigsvej 8

DK-2100 Copenhagen

Denmark

 

Contact: Caroline Bollars

 

The Foundation for Research and Technology (FORTH) contributes to WP1 (Mapping current processes of research programming in the area of food and health), WP2 (EASWs for Greece), and WP3 (European Open Space Conference).

Νikolaou Plastira 100, Vassilika Vouton

GR - 711 10, Heraklion, Crete,

Greece

 

Contact: Kathy Kikis-Papadakis

 

The European Food Information Council (EUFIC) is involved in WP1 - Mapping current processes of research programming in the area of food and health, and WP2 - Participatory needs assessment, engagement and mobilization: European Awareness Scenario Workshops for Belgium.

Tassel House

Paul-Emile JANSON 6

1000 Brussels

Belgium

 

Contact: Raymond Gemen

             Laura Fernandez

 

The Lebensmittelwissenschaftliche Beratung (LWB) is mainly involved in WP2 - Participatory needs assessment, engagement and mobilization: European Awareness Scenario Workshops, WP3 - Mobilising stimulus, ideas and initiatives through a European Open Space Conference, and WP6 - Communication and Dissemination.

Contact: Herbert Buckenhüskes

 

The European Network of Science Centres and Museums (ECSITE) will contribute to WP2 - Participatory needs assessment, engagement and mobilization. They will create and implement interactive games (PlayDecide) that will evolve around controversial topics in the field of food and health and are targeted at young people.

Rue Coudenberg 70/5

B-1000, Brussels

Belgium

 

Contact: Maria Zolotonosa

 

The Science Shop Vienna - Wissenschaftsladen Wien is leading WP2 and responsible for the conceptualization and realization of the European Awareness Scenario Workshops and therefore play a central role in INPROFOOD. Furthermore they contribute to WP4 (Action plan development) and WP6 (Dissemination).

Währinger Straße 59

1090 Vienna

Austria

 

Contacts: Christine Urban, Michael Strähle

 

The Hacettepe University is mainly involved in WP2 - Participatory needs assessment, engagement and mobilization: European Awareness Scenario Workshops, and will implement the EASWs in Turkey. They also contribute to WP4 - Action plan development.

06532 Ankara

Turkey

 

Contact: Dilek Aslan, Selen YedenodluNuket Ornek Buken

 

The  Centro tecnológico agroalimentario (ctaex) is involved in WP1 - Mapping current processes of research programming in the area of food and health - and WP2 (EASWs for Spain).

Ctra. Villafranco a Balboa Km 1,2

E-06195 Villafranco del Guadiana (Badajoz)

Spain

 

Contact: Patricia Mora McGinity

 

The Comenius University in Bratislava is involved in WP1 (Mapping current processes of research programming in the area of food and health) and WP2 in organizing the Slovakian national scenario workshops (EASWs).

Rektorat UK

Safarikovo nam. 6

818 06 Bratislava 16

Slovakia

 

Contacts: Zuzana Kiczková, Mariana Szapuová, Janka Kottulová

 

The University of Copenhagen – Faculty of Life Sciences contribute to WP1 and WP4 (Action plan development). In addition, they are coordinating the input from the Nordic region and the European Awareness Scenario Workshops (EASWs) in this region (WP2).

Sensory Science

Faculty of Science

Department of Food Science

Rolighedsvej 30, 5 floor

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

 

Contacts: Derek V. Byrne, Vicky Lei

 

Agropolis International will be part of WP2 and will organize the French EASWs, enabling networking between relevant stakeholders as researchers, research funding organizations, health professionals, food industry, policy makers, CSOs, communication professionals, and stimulating exchange and sharing of experience between them. It will also bring contribution to the Action plan development (WP4) and the communication and dissemination tools elaboration (WP5).

Contact: Fabien Boulier

 

 

 

 

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INPROFOOD is happy to support the GHI Working Group 'Nutrition'