Query : sociology
- European Commission4147
- CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE CNRS19
- FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.18
- UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA14
- UNIVERSITEIT VAN AMSTERDAM14
- FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION12
- UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON12
- EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE11
- UNIVERSITEIT UTRECHT10
- ALMA MATER STUDIORUM - UNIVERSITA DI BOLOGNA9
- ATOS SPAIN SA9
- CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE9
- TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT DELFT9
- AGENCIA ESTATAL CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS8
- DEUTSCHES ZENTRUM FUR LUFT - UND RAUMFAHRT EV8
- ETHNIKO KENTRO EREVNAS KAI TECHNOLOGIKIS ANAPTYXIS8
- KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN8
- UNIVERSITA CA' FOSCARI VENEZIA8
- ERASMUS UNIVERSITAIR MEDISCH CENTRUM ROTTERDAM7
- INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS7
- Economies and Finances654
- Political Science611
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology349
- Gender Studies252
- Art and Art History82
- Communication Sciences75
- Musicology and Performing Arts39
- Archaeology and Prehistory6
- Classical Studies6
- Architecture and Space Management4
Social Cohesion, Identity and Religion in Europe, 400-1200ID269591From0 May 2011to6 April 2016FunderEuropean CommissionThe period between 400 and 1200 AD saw the emergence of new fundamental modes of identification in Europe. Firstly, strong religious identities took shape and became hegemonial over vast regions where Christian communities developed. And secondly, new kingdoms with ethnic denominations were formed,...
Risk Management and Risk ReportingID237984From2 September 2009to6 September 2013FunderEuropean CommissionCoordinatorTHE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTERThe financial markets turbulence in recent months serves to highlight the key roles of risk management and risk reporting in both private and public sectors. The rapid innovations of financial structured products and the difficulty in valuing and reporting them present a huge challenge to both inves...
Life WatchID211372From5 February 2008to1 January 2011FunderEuropean CommissionCoordinatorUNIVERSITEIT VAN AMSTERDAMThe Life Watch e-Science and Technology Infrastructure for biodiversity data and observatories will be a large-scale European research infrastructure bringing together: -a system of marine, terrestrial and freshwater observatories; -common access to a huge amount of interlinked, distributed data fr...
Sustainable use of Biochar in Mediterranean AgricultureID333784From5 March 2013to1 February 2016FunderEuropean CommissionThe application of biochar (charcoal or biomass-derived black carbon (BC)) to soil is proposed as a novel approach to establish a significant long-term sink for atmospheric carbon dioxide in terrestrial ecosystems. Apart from positive effects on both reducing emissions and increasing the sequestrati...
Trends and Patterns of Interethnic Parnerships and Well-being of Mixed Ethnic Children in the EUID235319From2 September 2009to3 August 2011FunderEuropean CommissionThis projects aims to conduct a cross-national analysis of interethnic partnerships in the European Union. The study focuses on partnerships between natives and immigrants because interethnic union has long been regarded as an indicator of integration. Focusing on the 27 member states of the EU, thi...
An Inquiry into Modes of ExistenceID269567From4 September 2011to2 June 2015FunderEuropean Commission"AIME is an inquiry to make more precise what is lumped together into the confusing word ""modernization"". The work done in the field of science studies (STS) on the progress and practice of science and technology has had the consequence of deeply modifying the definition of ""modernity"", resultin...
A welfare comparison between trade and migration: Local public goods, redistributive policies, and housing marketsID268238From2 March 2011to4 March 2013FunderEuropean CommissionThe research project has as general objective to provide further insights to the welfare comparation between trade in goods and migration. A complementary objective is to provide an adequate framework for the discussion of migration policies.There are three issues related to migration flows that are...
Support to Precursor SSA ServicesID262930From2 March 2011to3 October 2012FunderEuropean CommissionThe European Union Satellite Centre (EUSC) is proposing its expertise in handling, analysing and disseminating data and derived products within the highest security standards and mission critical cycles to contribute through the SPA (Support to Precursor SSA services) study to the technical definiti...
Sustainable value creation in manufacturing networksID262931From5 April 2011to1 March 2014FunderEuropean CommissionCoordinatorTEKNOLOGIAN TUTKIMUSKESKUS VTTThe increasing demands for sustainability have created new challenges and emerging opportunities for society and for business. To be successful manufacturers must be pro-active and creative in thinking about the opportunities that the sustainable economy will present to develop new products and mark...
Information Service on Agricultural ChangeID262937From6 January 2011to0 June 2013FunderEuropean CommissionAgricultural resources are in high demand to sustain the world’s growing population. In Europe, agriculture is regulated and monitored through the CAP and agricultural insurances are increasing in importance as an instrument for risk management. In the developing world droughts and other natural dis...
Options for Delivering Ecosystem-Based Marine ManagementID244273From1 March 2010to6 November 2013FunderEuropean CommissionCoordinatorTHE UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOLThe overall aim of the ODEMM project is to develop a set of fully-costed ecosystem management options that would deliver the objectives of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive, the Habitats Directive, the European Commission Blue Book and the Guidelines for the Integrated Approach to Maritime Pol...
Formal Analysis and Modeling of Human-Automation InteractionID268244From2 November 2011to6 October 2015FunderEuropean CommissionThe automotive industry is transforming to embrace opportunities afforded by inexpensive yet powerful computers, sensors, and wireless technology. New vehicle designs call for implementation of sophisticated infotainment systems, mobile communication technology, and navigation systems, as well as sa...
Mitigate and assess risk from volcanic impact on terrain and human activitiesID211393From3 October 2008to5 November 2012FunderEuropean CommissionCoordinatorBUREAU DE RECHERCHES GEOLOGIQUES ET MINIERESIn EU countries, volcanic risks assessment and management are tackled through scientific knowledge and monitoring, although there is still a need for integration between all risk management components. For international cooperation partner countries (ICPCs), the risk management depends on local situ...
ADVANCEMENT OF SATELLITE RAINFALL APPLICATIONS FOR HYDROLOGIC MODELING WITH EMPHASIS ON FLOOD MONITORINGID277183From5 April 2011to1 March 2014FunderEuropean Commission"Floods are the most widespread and frequent natural disaster responsible for significant loss of lives and property each year. The European Environmental Agency estimated that floods in Europe between 1998 and 2002 caused about 700 deaths, the displacement of about half a million people and at leas...
Cultural Heritage of Christian Ethiopia: Salvation, Preservation and ResearchID240720From2 December 2009to0 May 2015FunderEuropean CommissionEthiopia is one of the countries with the most ancient Christian history, and the only country in Africa where Christianity became official religion as early as in the 4th century A.D. It is also the only country in the region where the history has been documented in written sources: manuscripts in...
Aftermath Crisis Management System-of-systems DemonstrationID261669From2 February 2011to4 May 2012FunderEuropean CommissionCoordinatorFRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.Crisis management (CM) is a core capability of modern societies, but a highly diversified and heterogeneous area. Current CM in the EU can be regarded as a “system-of-systems” integrating diverse organisations and components with different cultures, policies and assets, and various stakeholders and...
Investments in a sustainable workforce in Europe: causes and consequences in comparative perspectiveID340045From6 February 2014to4 January 2019FunderEuropean CommissionEconomic and demographic trends are impelling the need for a sustainable European workforce, consisting of productive, satisfied employees (micro level), profitable organizations and cohesive workplaces (meso level) and a high employment rate and flourishing economy (macro level). So far comparative...
Automatic Data relevancy Discrimination for a PRIVacy-sensitive video surveillanceID261653From2 February 2011to1 March 2014FunderEuropean CommissionADDPRIV proposes novel knowledge and developments to limit the storage of unnecessary data, to be implemented on existing multicamera networks in order to make them better comply with citizen´s privacy rights.ADDPRIV tackles the challenge of determining in a precise and reliable manner private data...
The three crises of globalisation: An anthropological history of the early 21st centuryID295843From0 July 2012to0 December 2017FunderEuropean CommissionThe research literature on various dimensions of globalisation is enormous, yet this project constitutes the first major attempt to weave disparate empirical strands together within a shared conceptual framework, namely that of crises resulting from the acceleration and intensification of global pro...
REINFORCING FAMILY BONDING: INTERNATIONAL TRAINING OF BEHAVIOURAL AND AFFECTIVE EVIDENCE BASED INTERVENTION AGAINST EARLY ADOLESCENTS RISK BEHAVIORSID235358From2 December 2009to3 December 2011FunderEuropean CommissionThe present proposal is aimed at increasing the expertise of the researcher in the field of prevention against drug use and problem behaviours in adolescence. For this purpose, the researcher is supposed to go to the Orebro (Sweden) University to learn about two kinds of prevention programs against...
The europeanisation of the Organised Civil Society in Turkey. The case of the Youth organisations in the prospect of the European IntegrationID625977From4 January 2015to6 December 2016FunderEuropean CommissionThe proposal fits with the overall research that in recent years has focused on the role of the European Civil Society in the prospect of creating the European Public Sphere. It investigates the process of europeanisation the Organised Civil Society in Turkey, by taking the organisations active in t...
IRELAND AND ITALY’S MIGRATION EXPERIENCES SINCE 1945 COMPAREDID332409From3 January 2014to4 December 2015FunderEuropean CommissionIreland and Italy saw significant proportions of their populations emigrate after 1945 before becoming host to substantial immigrant populations in more recent times. Despite the post-war exodus of millions of Irish and Italians, the literature has consistently failed to quantify the effect this had...
Bodies across borders: oral and visual memory in Europe and beyondID295854From6 June 2013to4 May 2018FunderEuropean CommissionCoordinatorEUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTEThis project intends to study intercultural connections in contemporary Europe, engaging both native and ‘new’ Europeans. These connections are woven through the faculties of embodied subjects – memory, visuality and mobility – and concern the movement of people, ideas and images across the borders...
Checking Melanoidins Satiating Efficiency Through Evaluation of Human Gut-Brain Response to Novel-Bread IngestionID300815From1 September 2012to1 August 2015FunderEuropean CommissionThe increase of overweight and obesity among Europeans is becoming an important health and social issue as overweight people have a higher risk of developing diabetes or cardiovascular disease than normal weight people. The diffusion of the Western diet, rich in energy-dense foods, is one possible c...
Emerging viral vector borne diseasesID613996From0 December 2013to3 November 2016FunderEuropean CommissionCoordinatorCENTRE DE COOPERATION INTERNATIONAL EN RECHERCHE AGRONOMIQUE POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENTThe project intends to address the risk of emerging viral vector borne diseases in two main categories of arthropods known to transmit important animal and zoonotic diseases: mosquitoes (Aedes and Culex), and Culicoides biting midges. A research proposal targeting potential emerging viral disease ri...