VITALISE project grants free Transnational Access to external researchers from multiple disciplines to the project’s Livings Lab Research Infrastructures. The external researchers approved for Transational Access will have the opportunity to conduct research studies in the available infrastructures and be granted Virtual Access to datasets collected during the Joint Research Activities of the project for further analysis. The provision of Transnational Access will be implemented through three (3) Open Calls that will be conducted in the following months: (i) March 2022, (ii) December 2022 and (iii) May 2023.
The external researchers applying for Transnational Access to the project’s Research Infrastructures are encouraged to join one of the project’s Joint Research Activities (JRAs) and perform research in a similar topic in order to collaborate with some of the consortium partners. The Joint Research Activities (JRAs) bring together researchers from different Living Labs in collaborative projects for three different domains in Living Lab Health and Wellbeing research, i.e.: (i) Rehabilitation, (ii) Transitional care and (iii) Everyday living environments.
You just discovered that VITALISE project opens up seventeen (17) Living Lab Research Infrastructures for Transnational Access to external researchers and as a researcher (individually or with your team) you want to explore this opportunity and submit a research proposal to cunduct experiments to the infrastructures.
What should you do next?
Follow the steps indicated below to ensure a successful application.
First step in the application process is to read about the Research Infrastructures of VITALISE Project that are available for Transnational Access. Make sure you pay attention to all the details that are necessary for successfully implementing your research proposal.
|1||LICALAB||LiCalab Older Adults Homes|
|2||LICALAB||MOBILAB & Care – Motion lab|
|3||LICALAB||Thomas More Experience lab|
|4||AUTH||AUTH Living Environment simulation|
|5||AUTH||AUTH Healthcare Transitions Living Lab|
|6||AUTH||AUTH Centrifuge Rehabilitation Living Lab|
|7||AIT||AIT Technology Experience Lab|
|8||TREBAG||Nagykovácsi Wellbeing Living Lab|
|9||GAIA||GAIA and Smart Spaces|
|10||GAIA||GAIA Ozean Living Lab|
|11||INTRAS||INTRAS Rehabilitation Living Lab|
|12||INTRAS||INTRAS VR/AR Environment and Snoezelen Room|
|13||INTRAS||INTRAS Living Lab – MIND lab for AHA & Independent Living|
|14||McGill||McGill-UDEM-CRIR Living Lab|
|15||UPM||LifeSpace by UPM|
|16||LAUREA||Laurea Simulated Hospital|
|17||LAUREA||Laurea Activity Living Lab|
The Joint Research Activities (JRAs) bring together researchers from different Living Labs in collaborative projects for three different domains in Living Lab Health and Wellbeing research, i.e.: (i) Rehabilitation, (ii) Transitional care and (iii) Everyday living environments. If you are interested you may apply to jointly conduct research studies with our consortium partners in these areas.
It is recommended to pay close attention to the Services, Technologies, Stakeholders Population and all the necessary information that affect the quality and outcomes of your research. Please note that you may apply for up to three (3) different Research Infrastructures. Please advise the link below to see how the infrastructures compare by means of services.
For further information and guidance about the application process, procedures and terms and conditions please make sure to carefully read the Application Manual.
Please advice our FAQs section, in case you still have questions to ask. For further information, you may also contact info(at)vitalise-project.eu.
I download the Application template according to which I am going to write my research proposal.