Karelia University of Applied Sciences (coordinating institution)
Tikkarinne 9, 80200 Joensuu, Finland
Karelia coordinates the project, lead the gamification together with the business partner and contribute into the system and production simulation building. Karelia is a multidisciplinary, widely connected, international and innovative organisation offering education leading to bachelor and master degrees. Karelia operates in seven study fields offering 21 programmes out of which five are masters. Study areas are health care and social studies, business, engineering, forestry, media and hospitality management. Karelia operates in two campuses in the close proximity of the Joensuu city centre in easternmost Finland.
Contact persons of Karelia:
Liisa Timonen (project design, coordination, administration and management)
Tel. +358 50 591 3397
Seppo Nevalainen (academic coordinator, WP 4: Gamification)
Pertti Laitinen (contributor, expertise in business and IP organisation)
Jarno Mertanen (contributor, expertise in ERP and simulation)
NO-University of Stavanger (NO-UiS)
Kjell Arholmsgate 41, 4036 Stavanger, Norja
Academic life at the University of Stavanger is organised into six faculties, comprising a total of 14 departments/schools and two National Research Centres, as well as the Museum of Archaeology. The university also has a unit for lifelong learning called UiS Pluss. The University of Stavanger is a proud member of the ECIU, the leading international consortium of research intensive universities, with collective emphasis on innovation, creativity and societal impact, driving the development of a knowledge-based economy.
Chandima Ratnayake (contributor, WP 3: Simulation and ERP programme)
Vanessa Grace Booc (organisational coordinator)
Yaaseen Amith (course contributor)
EE-Estonian University of Life Sciences (EE)
Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwaldi 1, 51014 Tartu, Viro
Estonian University of Life Sciences is the only university in Estonia whose priorities in academic and research activities provide the sustainable development of natural resources necessary for the existence of Man as well as the preservation of heritage and habitat. According to QS World University Rankings by Subject (2016), the Estonian University of Life Sciences is one of top 100 universities in the world in the field of agriculture and forestry, ranked 51 to 100. The university also belongs to the top 1% most cited research facilities in the world, with our plant physiology professor Ülo Niinemets being the most cited Estonian researcher altogether.
Tõnu Leemet (contributor, adm. coordinator, WP 2: Pedagogical learning tools)