The International Cooperation sector pursues the specific aim of fostering and nourishing ITHACA's external relations by seeking collaborative partnerships for the preparation of basic and applied research project proposals for funding opportunities, as well as for the participation to international tenders in projects and operations financed by the development community.
The LEXIS project (Large-scale Execution for Industry & Society) brings together a 16-partner consortium with the skills and experience to deliver a complex multi-faceted project, spanning a range of complex technologies across seven European countries.
Funded by DG ECHO under the instrument "Prevention Projects in Civil Protection", the project was launched in January 2017 with a duration of 2 years. The consortium counts 7 partners and is led by the National Technical University of Athens, Greece.
In the framework of the OpenDRI, the World Bank launched the GeoNode based data-sharing platform HaitiData.org with the aim to collect data related to risk management and disaster available through several programs and projects. Scope of the consultation is to update HaitiData.org platform and perform in depth training of CNIGS staff.
In the framework of the partnership between the World Bank and the Government of Malawi for flood risk reduction in the Shire River Basin, ITHACA has been appointed technical consultant for the development and implementation of the MASDAPplatform, a web-based data sharing tool based on GeoNode.
ITHACA has been contracted for the provision of GeoNode training to government representatives in key government and non-governmental agencies in Afghanistan, through introductory training events, in-depth training; and training events for GeoNode developers and expert users in Kabul.
SUMP's primary objective is to contribute to shape a more sustainable urban environment in Yangon by directly involving local institutions, citizens and relevant stakeholders for sharing European best practices and expertise in transportation policies and road safety.
The project is expected to build up local authorities technical and institutional capacities in the field of solid waste management, through the creation of an updated geographic information system and contributing to the community awareness on best practices.
The goal of this project is to deliver the European Location Framework (ELF) required to provide up-to-date, authoritative, interoperable, cross-border, reference geo-information for use by the European public and private sectors.
iCOAST is a tool that will forecast storm hazards (waves plus mean water level), predict it intensity and impact (risk) and give recommendations to help institutions to manage storm hazards in European coastal areas.
AREAS and AREAS+ provide scholarships for students, researchers and staff for mobilities between the South Eastern Asian Countries targeted by the project and Europe. Mobilities can take place at any of the Partner Universities, both in Asia and Europe.