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Title:
 
FP7-CHEETAH Knowledge Exchange Platform: Results and their Exploitation
 
Author(s):
 
F. Roca, D. Casaburi, F. Beone, C. Diletto, I. Falcone, A. De Girolamo, R. Miscioscia, K. Bittkau, I. Lauermann, M. Heisz, S.A. Gevorgyan, I. Gordon, A. Roesch, C. del Cañizo, M. Schmid, A. Danel, P. Sommeling, K. Van Nieuwenhuysen, J. Kroon, S. Binetti, T. Boeck, F. Brunetti, J. Bowers, S. Buecheler, J. Cárabe, A. Di Carlo, M. Grossberg, G. Halambalakis, J. Hast, A. Joyce, R. Kvande, E. Lotter, F. Ringleb, E. Román Medina, R. Turan, J.F. Trigo, G. Sánchez-Plaza, N. Wyrsch, S.C. Veenstra, S. Zamini
 
Keywords:
 
Dissemination, Education and Training, Qualification and Testing, Stability, E-Learning
 
Topic:
 
PV Economics, Markets and Policies
Subtopic: PV-Related Policies, Strategies and Societal Issues
Event: 33rd European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition
Session: 7DV.1.30
 
Pages:
 
2888 - 2894
ISBN: 3-936338-47-7
Paper DOI: 10.4229/EUPVSEC20172017-7DV.1.30
 
Price:
 
 
0,00 EUR
 
Document(s): paper, poster
 

Abstract/Summary:


FP7-CHEETAH is a combination of a collaborative project (CP) and a coordination and support action (CSA), receiving funding from the European Union under grant agreement No 609788. The project aims at solving specific R&D issues to overcome fragmentation of European PV R&D and to accelerate the industrialization of innovations by intensifying the collaboration between R&D providers and industry. This proceeding reports on the strategy and key tools brought by the CHEETAH project to improve the state of the art in knowledge exchange on PV RTD. Its CHEETAH Knowledge Exchange Platform (KEP) features a dynamic database, a powerful build-in search engine, the dedicated e-learning platform for on-line meetings with internal and external stakeholders, webinars, on-line tests and experiments. The portal profits from the best practice in more efficient social and professional networks web portal by representing a significant step forward in knowledge exchange for the European photovoltaics community to support training, share knowledge and research infrastructures and foster collaboration opportunities at EU scale.