eRegion Actors – Associations
The ACCA the apex industry association that represents stakeholders of the cloud computing ecosystem in Asia. Our mission is to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing through Asia Pacific by helping to create a trusted and compelling market environment, and a safe and consistent regulatory environment for cloud computing products and services. Through dialogue, training, and public education, the ACCA provides a vendor-neutral platform to discuss implementation and growth strategies, share ideas, and establish policies and best practices relating to cloud computing.
Contact person: Ms Lim May-Ann, Executive Director & Managing Director, Technology Research Project Corporate – TRPC, Hong Kong, info@AsiaCloudComputing.org
Association of European Border Regions (AEBR), Gronau, Germany
Martín Guillermo-Ramírez, Secretary General, M.Guillermo@AEBR.eu
Association of European Schools of Planning – AESOP, Thematic Group Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion, Planning Cultures
The aim of the Thematic Group Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion, Planning Cultures is to create and grow a network of researchers interested in, broadly speaking, the Europeanisation and internationalisation of spatial planning, and the various forms it takes – the creation of new, softer planning spaces and corresponding governance arrangements, the change of policies and practices through ‘travelling ideas’ etc. The Thematic Group will be officially launched in Prague at the AESOP Congress 2015.
Dr. Giancarlo Cotella, Assistant Professor and Researcher, Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning, Turin Polytechnic, Giancarlo.Cotella@PoliTo.it
Dr. Stefanie Dühr, Professor of European Spatial Planning Systems, School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen, S.Duhr@FM.RU.nl
Central-European Service for Cross-Border Initiatives (CESCI), Budapest, Hungary
Contact person: Gyula Ocskay, General Secretary, Gyula.Ocskay@CESCI-net.eu
Cross-Border Ecommerce Community – CBEC , Amsterdam, The Netherlands & Beijing, China
Contact person: Rolf Visser, Co-Founder and Chairman, CBEC – Cross-Border Ecommerce Community, Amsterdam & Beijing, R.Visser@CBEC-global.com
Contact person: Ágnes Dobrotka, Project Coordinator, Dobrotka.Agnes@bkik.hu
EECERA is an independent, self-governing, international association which promotes and disseminates multi-disciplinary research on early childhood and its applications to policy and practice. EECERA seeks to sustain and develop the rich tradition of European early childhood thought, whilst looking forward to encourage the exploration of new paradigms, methodologies, concepts and applications in the ever-changing context of early childhood studies. Its reach and interest is resolutely international and, whilst wanting to identify with Europe’s pluralist and diverse cultures, it is open to learn of, and to share in, the equally rich early childhood traditions and concepts of the World.
EECERA holds an annual participative conference with over 600 papers presented and it publishes the SSCI rated EECER journal 5 times per year. It also encourages and supports cross-national collaborations and themed publications through its Special Interest Groups (SIGs).
Contact person: Sean Delaney, Assistant Director CREC, EECERA Secretariat, c/o CREC, St Thomas Children’s Centre, Birmingham, United Kingdom, S.Delaney@CREC.co.uk
The European Federation for Medical Informatics Association (EFMI) is the leading organisation in medical informatics in Europe and represents 32 countries. EFMI is organized as a nonprofit organisation concerned with the theory and practice of Information Science and Technology within Health and Health Science in a European context.
Contact person: Dr. Lăcrămioara Stoicu-Tivadar, Professor, Polytechnic University of Timisoara, Vice President of EFMI & Chair, Working Group Healthcare Informatics for Interregional Cooperation, Lacramioara.Stoicu-Tivadar@aut.upt.ro
Contact person: Olivier Denert, Secretary General, Olivier.Denert@MOT.asso.fr
Contact person: Dr. Manuel Friesecke, Managing Director, Regio Basiliensis, Basel, Manuel.Friesecke@RegBas.ch
Slovenian Australian Academic Association Incorporated – SAAA, Melbourne, Australia
The Slovenian Australian Academic Association Incorporated (SAAA) was established on the 25th of May 2015 in Melbourne, Australia, and initiated by the Slovenian Embassy in Canberra, and the local community. Its aim is to establish academic and academic-business collaboration between Slovenia and Australia, European Union, South East Europe and South East Asia.
The Slovenian Australian Academic Association will:
– engage Slovenians from any country and all levels of education (primary, secondary and tertiary); and
– provide a platform for members to develop, enhance and strengthen their leadership and management skills; and
– identify collaboration and training for Slovenian Australians and Slovenians to become leaders and managers across the education, business, government, non-government sectors; and
– engage the Slovenian diaspora across the world.
The SAAA works closely with the Slovenian Australian Chamber of Commerce, the Slovenian Embassy in Canberra and the Office of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia for Slovenians Abroad.
Contact person: Dr. Kaja Antlej, Vice-President & Lecturer in Industrial Design, School of Engineering, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, Deakin University, Australia, Kaja.Antlej@Deakin.edu.au
Union of the Baltic Cities – UBC, Gdańsk, Poland
Contact person: Paweł Żaboklicki, Secretary General, info@UBC.net