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  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Education and research excellence in the Mediterranean
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  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Progress Report Campus Mare Nostrum 37/38 Period: October 2010- June 2013 Project type Regional Acronym CMN Coordinating University Universidad de Murcia Participating Universities Universidad de Murcia & Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena Other participating institutions Instituto de Oceanografía, Agencia estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas CSIC, Grupo Fuertes, Grupo Hero, Siemens, Fundación Hefame, Navantia, Agrupación Empresarial Innovadora Naval y del Mar. Caja de Ahorros del Mediterráneo, Banco Santander, Caja Murcia, Cajamar, Cámara de Comercio y Agentes Sociales, Atos Origin, Rede de Centros Tecnológicos de la Región de Murcia, Federación de Municipios de la Región de Murcia, Protocolo Comunidad Autónoma de la Región de Murcia, Universidad Euro-Mediterránea, Fundación I+E Innovación España, COTEC Report date 1st (2012) · 2nd (2013) · 3rd (2015) Period 20/10/2010 - 30/06/2013 Staff responsible at participating Universities Prof. Gaspar Ros Berruezo (UMU) & Prof. Jose Manuel Ferrández Vicente (UPCT) General coordinator Prof. Pascual Pérez-Paredes (UMU) Contact Tel: +34 868 888 040 Fax: +34 868 887 630 E-mail: cmn@um.es Web page: www.campusmarenostrum.es 3
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Index 5 1. Project Summary 2. Results, Indexes and Challenges: 9 12 17 2.1. Improvements in teaching and EHEA adaptation 2.2. Improving science and knowledge transfer 2.3. Campus transformation 20 3. CMN Governance 24 4. Main Achievements 26 5. Progress Indicators 28 6. Forthcoming Milestones 29 7. Resources 30 8. Mediterranean Partners 4
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 1. Project Summary Summary of context and project objectives: “Campus Mare Nostrum 37/38” (CMN) is the strategy that the Polytechnic University of Cartagena (UPCT) and the University of Murcia (UMU), together with other institutions, have chosen to drive joint actions of improvement within a global context in pursuit of excellence. The aim of CMN is to promote complementary resources in terms of teaching, research and campus organization in order to strengthen the relevance of our universities, not only in our immediate geographical area, the Region of Murcia, but, in the long run, in the Mediterranean basin. Stemming from Estrategia Universidad 2015, the Campus of International Excellence Programme (CEI) of the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport is the institutional framework upon which CMN is founded. The objectives of the CEI programme have far-reaching implications for our university system in different ways: the programme sets out (1) to better prepare Spanish universities academically and thus make them more competitive; (2) to attain greater scientific impact, which will strengthen our position on the international stage; and (3) obtain higher levels of efficiency in terms of management. All of these aims should ultimately lead to an international position from which universities can address the important mission they are entrusted with as a driving force behind the economic, cultural and social development of our country. These are, undoubtedly, ambitious yet necessary objectives, and ones suited to the commitment to continuously improving the university system in Spain. These objectives have begun to take shape in three specific action areas resulting from the work carried out by CMN: 1. improvements in teaching and EHEA adaptation, 2. improvement of science and knowledge transfer, and 3. campus transformation for the development of a comprehensive social model and its interaction with the territorial environment. In October 2010, CMN obtained the CEI rating at a regional level. During 2011, 2012 and 2013, CMN has undertaken significant work in the fields of improvement in teaching and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), the improvement of science and knowledge transfer, and campus transformation for the development of a comprehensive social model and its interaction with the territory. On 28 June 2011, the Royal Decree 125/2011 was published. This Decree regulated the transfer of the funds from the Spanish central government to the regional government in the form of a refundable loan to the University of Murcia for the development of the CMN project. Six months later, on 23 January 2012, the Collaboration Agreement between the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia and CMN was published. This order regulated the transfer of the funds from the regional government to the University of Murcia as coordinating institution in the form of a refundable loan ( 5.3 M. ¤) for the development of the CMN project. Description of the established actions, the work carried out since the start, and the main results achieved to date: CMN approved a road map during its Executive Committee meeting on 15 February 2011 to carry out the activities of this Campus of Excellence. This master plan set out different action areas, namely, campus governance, project preparation, programmes and plans of action, teaching excellence, scientific excellence and innovation, and lastly campus life and society. 5
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Project Summary The 2012 CMN progress report was well received by the International Committee, although some areas of further development were highlighted. Despite the budget-cuts scenario, which is pervasive both in the national and the regional administrations in our country, by December 2012, the Executive Committee had already defined a road map to meet the demands of the Committee; by January 2013 the Rectors, the Vice Rectors and representatives of the CMN institutions, had all agreed on the way to move along and implement the recommendations of the International Committee. The following is a summary of the actions taken and the results achieved. Improvements in teaching and EHEA adaptation: collaboration and internationalization: During 2012 and 2013, CMN has sped up the process of bringing together different CMN partner institutions to develop joint training actions. This has made it possible to launch CMN Master Degrees, CMN Lifelong Learning (LL) Initiatives, as well as developing a stable, core consortium of Mediterranean partners, South and North, that can facilitate the spread of CMN activities over the Mediterranean basin. During the 2012-2013 academic year, two Official Master Degrees programs organized by UMU and UPCT were launched, which shows that the effort to develop joint programs within the otherwise rigid official academic regulations in Spain is more than just another item in our to-do list. Other programs are being developed presently, and a new initiative presented before the end of the second term of 2012-2013 will encourage Master programs in UMU and UPCT to enhance cooperation and “mutual recognition”. This initiative is expected to expand to other programs both in Spain and beyond. This action is tightly linked with the third edition of the CMN initiative to promote taught programs in English. At the moment, three undergraduate Degrees and four Master programs are taught in English. And there are more in store. Joint CMN Lifelong Learning initiatives have strengthened the underpinnings of our University institutions and other CMN research centres, such as the “Hospital La Arrixaica”, the Regional Government or, among others, the Spanish Oceanographic Institute. Our LL strategy is driven by two key factors: cooperation with others and internationalization. International initiatives such as the International course on Stem Cells; the 6
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Project Summary International Course on Art therapy, in cooperation with Haifa University, and, among many others, Agro-food Mediterranean Know How initiatives in cooperation with “Casa Mediterráneo”, are bringing in a new Mediterranean and international dimension to our activities. A good example is Noria: Strengthening Innovation Strategy and Improving the Technology Transfer in the Water Technology Sector of Morocco, a partnership that seeks to increase capacities of the Moroccan universities in contributing to the technology transfer in the water technology sector by mobilizing their potential as key players in the Moroccan innovation system. In cooperation with other stakeholders in the Mediterranean, namely, Salento (IT), Patras (GR), this initiative includes a wealth of the main Moroccan universities: Université Hassan II Mohammedia, Casablanca; Université Mohammed Premier Oujda; Hassan II Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine, Rabat; Université Abdelmalek Essaâdi, Teouan; Université Moulay Ismail, Meknès; Université Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech; Université Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah; Agence Du Bassin Hydraulique Du Sebou; Chambre de Commerce D’Industrie et de services de Tetouan. In 2013, the two CMN universities, together with the University L’Orientale (Italy), the University of Leicester (UK), University of Latvia, the Cartagena Chamber of Commerce (Spain), the University of Gabes (Tunisia), the Universitty Abdelhamid Ibn Badis and the University of Mostaganem (Algeria) as well as the Chamber of Commerce of Mostaganem, built up a partnership to carry out a project called “Developing Innovative and Smart Strategies for Euro-Mediterranean International Lifelong-learning (DISSEMI-LL). This initiative sets out to devise and implement training and ICT strategies that foster the linking up of actors in a selection of learning scenarios and the building up of new partnerships among countries North and South of the Mediterranean around the idea of international lifelong learning as devised by different institutions (Universities; Aggregations of Universities, research centres and companies; Chambers of commerce) and implemented in different cultural settings (different regions in Europe and Northern African countries). The Erasmus Mundus-EU MARE NOSTRUM program is one of the instruments of CMN to boost mobility and cooperation with countries in the Mediterranean, especially those on the south basin. Our partners have the chance to upgrade their human resources in technological and industrial common fields of interest for both Mediterranean shores - Mediterranean naval & maritime technology, the agro-food sector and the field of economics and business. The promotion of joint degrees is accomplished by a mobility scheme that is expected to favour the recognition of overseas studies, while allowing a complete training of students at postgraduate level in fields not offered by their home institutions. The program allows the most talented researchers to benefit from a mobility period supported by European scholarships. So far, two cohorts of students and staff have taken part in the program, with 164 mobility grants. ARGELIA SPAIN ITALY LATVIA LITHUANIA MORROCO POLAND PORTUGAL TUNISIA 34 21 0 0 2 19 0 0 22 61 29 1 1 4 29 2 1 36 TOTAL 7 27 8 1 1 2 10 2 1 14 66 98 164
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Project Summary Improving science and knowledge transfer: international talent and collaboration: 2012 and 2013 have been critical in our research strategy. Scientific impact of our research has increased, international talent has been attracted, new scientific infrastructures are being finished, Clusters are gaining visibility and new researchers are receiving more support in a wider Mediterranean context. Redes CMN, our research cluster strategy, has been launched as a fully-fledged web service. Now our research clusters and “nodes” can find an easier way to spread their news, research initiatives and, in essence, be more visible. For the first time in the context of our Universities, our researchers are given the chance to publish online their own information both in Spanish and English, and, at the same time, address a more international audience. Organized by our Transfer and Valorisation Unit, our CMN day hosted a workshop that gathered the researchers of the CMN network on Health and Quality of Life and other relevant scientists in the field, like a representative of Cairo University, the former Tunisian Ministry of Health, the University Health Center Hadassah-Hebrew (Jerusalem), and a representative of the European 7th Framework Programme for research. This is one of our tools for our Transfer Unit to develop initiatives of dissemination and networking across the Mediterranean. The other tools are Euro-Mediterranean Transfer Triangles (EUMETTR) and, in the field of water management research, LOWATREAT, a public-private partnerships development and knowledge transfer on water treatment in rural areas from Maghreb partner countries. As far as talent is concerned, during 2012 and 2013 CMN has attracted 10 top-notch international researchers to CMN areas such as genomics and molecular biotechnology, animal reproduction, chemistry, quantum chemistry and environmental science. We expect to see the results of this initiative during 2014 and beyond. These researchers come from the UK (4), Germany (2), Canada, Taiwan, France and Italy. As regards young researchers, a CMN joint action has brought together young researchers from the two CMN Universities. In October 2013, CMM will launch an initiative to promote collaboration among organizations of young researchers and the creation of stronger links: MEDSOUK. Taking up from previous work with EMUNI in this area, CMN expects to make an important contribution to boost collaboration for young Mediterranean researchers. Campus transformation for the development of a comprehensive social model and its interaction with the territorial environment: During 2013 CMN has made important breakthrough in this area. The Trans-Border Campus with Moroccan universities is already being developed and 2014 will witness the first joint actions. UMU and UPCT are sharing infrastructures and our campuses are now greener and more environmentally friendly. Together with the so-called new learning spaces, CMN is shaping up a new model of campus that is more international, sustainable and definitely more oriented to the Spanish 2015 University strategy. Vitalis and Pleiades in UMU and ELDI in UPCT will be the flagships of a new research paradigm in CMN: modern infrastructures that suit the needs of research lines, rather than those of individual researchers. CMN “Sostenible” is our initiative to turn our campuses into a sustainable model that can be transferred to other institutions. 8
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 2. Results, Indexes and Challenges In what follows, we will offer a selection of activities developed in CMN. This is a showcase of some of our efforts to develop joint initiatives that impact the development of our project. Area 2.1. Improvements in teaching and EHEA .1 Action Joint CMN programs and International Master Degrees. Objective The objective of this action is to encourage the convergence of teaching and research in both CMN universities into joint programs and degrees that can be offered at international level, this way optimizing and enhancing both institutions’ resources and quality features. This objective subsumes the activities developed so far under the heading “Euro-Mediterranean Post-Grad School” and include a selection of Master programs taught in English and/or included in international catalogues. Contribution towards general aim of the Campus project Our initial Campus project already envisaged the need of setting up a distinct and high quality academic offer that would allow CMN to become more competitive and attractive, while meeting the needs of social and economic development in our region. Accordingly, this action brings into practice the project yearning for quality, for alliance between the CMN main actors and associated partners and for a reasonable exploitation of CMN strengths. This initiative can be found under Actions 3, 4, 7 & 9 of our project proposal. Work undertaken Results Two Master’s programs in the fields of business, local development and employment have been adapted to be jointly taught by both CMN universities. This is the first time ever that the two CMN universities develop joint post-grad programmes. In addition three relevant Master’s in computer science, biology and reproduction and water engineering management have been launched and taught for the first time last academic year in English. Other programs are being prepared within this initiative. French, as target language in the Mediterranean region, merited CMN attention in promoting a joint Master’s program CMN-University of Lille (France), taught in French for the second year now. During the 2013-2014 academic year, an initiative will foster joint programs with Morocco taught in French. Last, 13 Master’s programmes are offered to Italian students in the framework of the national Italian scholarship program (INPS) at Master’s level. In October 2013, CMN will host an Info Day in Rome, Italy, to attract students to our programs. • 2 joint Master Degrees. • Internationalization of CMN Master programs. • 5 Master Degrees in English and French. 9
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges .1 Resources • UMU & UPCT own funding. Challenges ahead We are working towards extending the experience to an increasing number of programs. .2 Action Joint CMN Lifelong Learning actions. Objective This action seeks to fuel the development of an array of CMN dissemination tools and the shaping of an international Lifelong Learning academic offer. In the long run, our strategy aims at the support of overseas talented teachers, researchers and students from international universities -Mediterranean institutions being the priority- to make use and take part in these activities. Contribution towards general aim of the Campus project The joint offer of courses taught in English, in collaboration with international partner universities, research centres, town councils, hospitals and other stakeholders, as well as the introduction of a strong innovation component in the academic offer we promote will serve our attraction strategy by upgrading the quality of the offer through two key factors: language (English) and an internationalised team of teachers. This initiative can be found under Actions 4, 8, 9 & 18 of our project proposal. Work undertaken In the framework of the summer “Universidad Internacional del Mar”, 8 courses were jointly developed by the CMN universities, two of them fully taught in English by international teams of experts in the field from Israel or the US, among other countries. A call for applications had previously been published to award 10 international grants that would make it easier for interested overseas students to participate in these courses. In 2013, the two CMN universities, together with other Mediterranean institutions decided to cooperate in the activity “Developing Innovative and Smart Strategies for Euro-Mediterranean International Lifelong-learning (DISSEMI-LL), which seeks to develop ICT strategies that foster cooperation in academic and professional learning scenarios and the building up of new partnerships among countries North and South of the Mediterranean around the idea of international lifelong learning as devised by a wide array of institutions (Universities; Aggregations of Universities, research centres and companies; Chambers of commerce) and implemented in different cultural settings (different regions in Europe and Northern African countries). Results • 8 joint CMN LL training initiatives. • 16 international teachers participated in our LLP program. 10
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges .2 • 10 scholarships offered to Mediterranean students. • Partnerships with Mediterranean and European institutions to develop LL activities in the Mediterranean: University L’Orientale (Italy), the University of Leicester (UK), University of Latvia, the Cartagena Chamber of Commerce (Spain), the University of Gabes (Tunisia), the Universitty Abdelhamid Ibn Badis (Algeria), the University of Mostaganem (Algeria), the Chamber of Commerce of Mostaganem. Resources • UMU & UPCT own funding. • Funding from the “Fortalecimiento” program, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes. Challenges ahead The challenge we face is to disseminate this academic offer internationally in the following years, mainly in the Mediterranean. .3 Action EHEA adaptation. Objective This action seeks to turn the CMN campuses into more flexible and modern spaces better adapted to the new teaching needs and challenges brought about by the Bologna process and the European Convergence. Contribution towards general aim of the Campus project Improvement of the flexibility and adaptability of CMN buildings and facilities so as to adequate to the current CMN academic programmes and their possible future evolution. This initiative can be found under Action 24 of our project proposal. Work undertaken Our universities have provided themselves with a standard whenever a new classroom is built or renovated: the so-called “CMN-classroom”. This quality standard is used in classrooms equipped with ergonomic furniture consisting of mobile components and multimedia resources for teachers as well as for students with silent conditioning technology and acoustic insulation, as well as ICT equipment. Results • 401 classrooms adapted. • 28 different buildings have taken part in the project. • 16 Schools have been adjusted to the standard model. Resources • UMU & UPCT own funding. • Funding from the “Fortalecimiento” program, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes. Challenges ahead The main challenge is to extend the standard to every single classroom on campus. 11
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges Area 2.2. Improving science and knowledge transfer .1 Action BEN ARABÍ talent attraction. Objective To attract international talent so as to make our institution an appealing centre for highly qualified researchers; to increase the mobility opportunities throughout Europe and elsewhere for training and career development in an environment of research excellence. Contribution towards general aim of the Campus project CMN set out to create a specific new line that enables the incorporation of international talent, especially in the areas identified as priorities such as knowledge transfer from International reference countries and centres. This initiative can be found under Action 10 of our project proposal. Work undertaken CMN has already offered ten two-year competitive fellowships in two international calls aimed to attract highly talented scientist seeking advanced research training and career development opportunities in a research environment of excellence. Results In the first call, 91 researchers from 26 countries applied for one of the positions available. 45% of the applicants were developing their careers in the EU, while 41% were based in Asia. In the second call, 62 researchers from 23 countries applied for one of the positions. 50% of the applicants were developing their careers in the EU, while 35% were based in Asia. The successful candidates came from the UK (4), Germany (2), Canada, France, Italy and Taiwan. These researchers are involved in CMN research groups in the areas of genomics, animal reproduction, chemistry, organic chemistry and electrochemistry, fish biology, laser and quantum chemistry and whether modelling. Resources The resources for this initiative came from Co-funding of Regional, National, and International Programmes (COFUND) - Marie Curie Actions (http://ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/about-mca/actions/cofund/index_en. htm), the Research Plan of the University of Murcia (http://www.um.es/planpropio/index.php) and funding from the Campus Mare Nostrum own U-IMPACT (UM Incoming Mobility Programme ACTion. Challenges ahead To consolidate BEN ARABÍ program and launch new calls. Researchers of previous calls are developing research projects in the frontier of knowledge for presentation to calls for Starting Grants from the European Science Foundation (http://erc.europa.eu/starting-grants). 12
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges .2 Action Research infrastructures. Objective The aim of this action is to enhance the research infrastructures of those excellence poles in CMN. Contribution towards general aim of the Campus project An update of our research infrastructures is a must for CMN to achieve its goals in terms of research impact and excellence. In our view, enhancing infrastructures entails thinking outside the box and re-organizing how our researchers make use of their resources. This is why CMN encouraged the setting-up of three new research infrastructures that are geared towards playing up the quality of our research, especially in our research poles: bioeconomy based on agro-food, quality of life and health technologies, the Mediterranean Sea and naval technologies and the Euro-Mediterranean area of research and innovation. This initiative can be found under Action 12 of our project proposal. Work undertaken ELDI (SP Edificio de Laboratorios de Docencia e Investigación, Building Teaching and Research Laboratories), based in Cartagena, hosts the main research labs of the UPCT and, in particular, a singular infrastructure devoted to research in hydrology. Besides, over 3k engineering students will develop their practice tuition in a totally new researchoriented environment. VITALIS-PLEIADES in a set of 5 buildings devoted to research based in Murcia. PLEIADES is an interdisciplinary platform to develop experimental research in earth and life sciences (SP Plataforma de Experimentación Interdisciplinar en Ciencias de la Tierra y de la Vida). Three buildings are devoted to research equipment and labs, while one is devoted to resource-based learning and dissemination. In the near future, PLEIADES will be physically connected to VITALIS-CIAVyS, the pilot infrastructure devoted to food and health technology (SP Pilot Plant Food Technology). These infrastructures will be finished by the end of this year and will host the research activities of CMN researchers and the harvesting of new initiatives in league with CMN partners. By 2015, these infrastructures will be fully functional. Results • ELDI, Pleiades, Ciabys-Vitalis infrastructures. Resources • UMU & UPCT own funding. • INNOCAMPUS program. • FEDER R+I funding. Challenges ahead Given the advanced state of the works of the VITALIS and PLEIADES facilities, to be completed in December 2013-January 2014, the first half of 2014 will be devoted to fulfilling their equipment. Full operation is scheduled to take place in late 2014. This will align the knowledge hub between the Murcia and the Polytechnic of Cartagena, 13
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges .2 - the Centre of Soil Science and Applied Biology Segura (CEBAS) of the National Research Council (CSIC), the Murcia Research Institute and Agricultural Development and Food (IMIDA) and Science and Technology Parks in the Region of Murcia. VITALIS is also a joint project of a centre of excellence that is defined by the union of ELDI (Building Teaching and Research Laboratories), CIAVyS (Joint Institute for Plant and Food Research in Health together with CSIC), CADIA (the Veterinary Faculty Farm with Development Center in Advanced Animal Research ) or FT-PP (Food Technology Pilot Plant) in the PLEIADES environment (platform to develop experimental research in earth and life sciences) within CONNECT strategy will enhance this area researcher.The CMN INNOVATION centre of ideas will also be hosted in PLEIADES. Its aim is to seek synergy with the 2020 Horizon (http://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020/index_en.cfm) and to boost the Smart Specialisation Strategies (RIS3) (http://s3platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/home) as an approach to economic development through targeted support to Research and Innovation (R&I). INNOVATION as the most important way to create jobs related to the food-bioeconomy and sustainability. In cooperation with enterprises and entrepreneurs, the CMN INNOVATION centre of ideas will work on identifying competitive advantage, setting strategic priorities and making use of smart policies to maximise the knowledgebased development potential of the region, strong or weak, high-tech or low-tech. The VITALIS centre of excellence will allow to boost the interweaving of agrofood and health related research in Campus Mare Nostrum by developing the following actions: • Accelerating the consolidation of two existing poles of excellence in agrofood, health and wellbeing. • Maximizing synergies between existing poles by pushing a food and health cluster to innovate in processes (sustainable production: crop and livestock production in semi-arid and water scarcity) and products (functional foods). • Leading a Mediterranean platform that integrates the infrastructure and resources of the region related to functional foods and, specifically, to be competitive in offering preclinical and clinical trials in human and animal health related to food and health. • Promoting a business cluster related to functional foods to support cooperation in R&D, providing advanced services, funding, and internationalization. • Projecting the VITALIS brand internationally as an international leader in functional foods. • Deepening the related thematic areas of specialization. 14
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges .3 Action CMN clusters: REDES CMN. Objective To foster and structure our research potential into clusters and 4 specialized networks, namely, Economy based on agro-food, Quality of life and health technologies, Mediterranean Sea & naval technologies, and the Mediterranean Area of Higher Education and Research. Contribution towards general aim of the Campus project By linking up the interests of the different research actors in CMN, we are not only fostering and enriching the already existing research groups, but also promoting the creation of more synergies and interdisciplinary cooperation, with a greater international potential, optimizing technological resources and facilitating the transfer of technology to the productive fabric. This initiative can be found under Action 11 of our project proposal. Work undertaken In 2011-2012, CMN set up a Transfer and Valorisation Unit that surveyed the research potential of all CMN partners. Last year, CMN completed this database and as a result 26 multidisciplinary research clusters (Nodes) were set up. The organization of our research groups has allowed both international and regional meetings of researchers from different disciplines and from different institutional origin with a twofold objective: to identify synergies and complementarities and attune their research achievements and future lines of development; to disseminate make more visible their results and identify the corresponding transfer pools. So far our, the CMN Transfer and Valorisation Unit has organized two specialized meetings on Research in the Mediterranean and one in health technologies and quality of life. Euro-Mediterranean Transfer Triangles (EUMETTR) is the first international-scale initiative developed by the CMN Transfer and Valorisation Unit within the scope of Redes CMN. Its overall objective is to contribute to the promotion of education/research policies addressing the triangle education-research-innovation and enhancing the transfer of results in Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia. The specific objectives are: a) to offer 2 cases of good practices in each of the participant TC countries by developing national and Euro-Mediterranean clusters (of universities, research centres, industries, chambers of commerce etc..) around two main topics (health sciences and marine sciences and technologies); b) to strengthen the institutional capacity of partner institutions to transfer their results into the industry world by promoting partnerships between companies and education/research institutions and by providing tailor made staff training. Results • 26 new research nodes identified. • Dedicated website launched: http://www.campusmarenostrum.es/redes/1 • Dedicated mobile app designed and to lunch next academic year. • Two International meetings and workshops with representatives of Argelia, Egypt, 15
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges .3 Tunisia, Morocco and Israel. • EUMETTR international partnership: University of Aix Marseille (France), The Ministry of Higher Education (Tunisia), University of Carthage (Tunisia), University of Monastir (Tunisia), University of Assiut (Egypt), University of Cairo (Egypt), The Ministry of Higher Education (Egypt), University of Mostaganem (Algeria), Ministry of Higher Education (Algeria), University of Klaipeda (Lithuania), University of Bremen (Germany). Resources • UMU & UPCT own funding. • Funding from the “Fortalecimiento” program, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes. Challenges ahead To develop a dissemination strategy in the Mediterranean to be fully-fledged in 2015. .4 Action Young researchers. Objective The goal of this action is two-folded: firstly, it intends to provide Mediterranean researchers with a forum to present inspiring, work-in-progress research in all the areas of knowledge and science, including Art and Humanities, Legal and Social Sciences, Health Sciences, Life Sciences and Engineering; second, it pursues to create a public forum and network of Mediterranean young researchers associations that ignite debate and foster active participation of young researchers in the Mediterranean. Contribution towards general aim of the Campus project One of the main CMN commitments is to the promotion of interdisciplinary research networks revolving around global problems in the Mediterranean region. Consequently, this action will make it easier for young researchers to join efforts in identifying and facing problems and challenges, in disseminating technological and research progress and results, making their work more visible and in exploiting financial sources and resources. Work undertaken CMN was actively involved with EMUNI in the organization of RESOUK, the research forum of the Mediterranean in 2011 and 2012. Given the discontinuity of this activity by EMUNI, Together with the Association of Young Researchers of the University of Murcia and of Cartagena, CMN is organizing a new forum: MED-SOUK: I International Conference of Mediterranean Young Researchers, to take place in October 2013. Up to now, representatives of 6 Mediterranean associations and a large number of young researchers are expected to attend the conference, hold meetings, to take part in round-tables and conferences, to attend workshops on specific research problems and to get feed-back from senior experts about their own research works. This initiative can be found under Actions 4, 9 & 11 of our project proposal. 16
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges .4 Results • Organization of Resouk 2011. • Organization of Resouk 2012. • Organization of MED-SOUK: I International Conference of Mediterranean Young Researchers. • Launching of Euro-Mediterranean network of young researchers. Resources • UMU & UPCT own funding. • Funding from the “Fortalecimiento” program, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes. Challenges ahead Foundation and dissemination of the Association of Mediterranean Young Researchers. Area 2.3. Campus transformation .1 Action Sharing CMN infrastructures. Objective The objective of this action is to optimize the available resources and funds in each CMN University and center, by sharing facilities and other services and by making them available to each other’s communities; to upgrade the quality of the services that CMN institutions offer to students, teachers and researchers as well as to administrative and management staff. Contribution towards general aim of the Campus project We could say that the need to join efforts to provide both universities with complementary facilities and services is a condition sine qua non rather than an objective for our campus. This action seeks to create a single community of goods out of distinct institutions that are similar in terms of needs and constraints. This initiative can be found under Action 17 of our project proposal. 17
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges .1 Work undertaken As of now, the CMN universities share common infrastructures and services via CMN (libraries, sports facilities, training actions, foreign language tuition, etc. ) and work presently to increase the number of services provided to the members of their communities. Shortly, the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) will join this initiative. A new app will exploit CMN “Redes” (research networks) and contribute to the dissemination of CMN research efforts. Results • MOU signed by both CMN universities. • Shared infrastructures: libraries, sports facilities, internet access, training actions, foreign language tuition, among others. • Recolector: a repository of research publications. http://recolector.campusmarenostrum.es/rcmn/# Resources Challenges ahead • UMU & UPCT own funding. • Funding from the “Fortalecimiento” program, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes. Nowadays, the challenge is (1) to raise awareness on the advantages of the new “possibilities among students and staff of both universities and to overcome the daily difficulties that may derive from a new experience like this and (2) to export this model to other CMN partners until 2015. PLEIADES BUILDING ELDI BUILDING .2 Action Trans-border Campus CMN-Morocco. Objective The goal of this action is to build up a trans-border campus with Higher Education Institutions in Morocco and other relevant stakeholders where CMN universities and their partners can join together to offer, for the first time during the academic year 2014-15, joint training and education actions. 18
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Results, Indexes and Challenges .2 Contribution towards general aim of the Campus project CMN has taken different steps towards the transformation of our campus into a more socially inclusive and accessible learning space at regional, national and international level. Distance is one of the major obstacles we face to reach broader social groups and to expand our scope of influence to neighbour regions and countries. This is why, the launch of a trans-border campus, accessible from remote areas, available for disabled groups, able to avoid mobility, and therefore sustainable from the financial and social point of view, will definitely contribute to the general aim of the CMN project. In addition, the spotlight of training activities on shared needs and constraints for the Mediterranean area, like water management, has been designed to increase the students’ employability in the area. This initiative can be found under Actions 4, 5 & 7 of our project proposal. Work undertaken The CMN Technical Office implemented an intensive liaising action during 2012 and 2013, after which a kick-off meeting took place at the University of Murcia. The meeting objective was to boost work in the trans-border campus by defining the roadmap that would lead the partners to eventually offer for the first time a joint master’s degree in water management and the efficient use of water in semi-arid climates. Administrative and academic obstacles have been clearly identified at each participant institution and a plan of action has been developed to overcome potential academic problems in the following months. Simultaneously, a joint summer course, in line with the Lifelong Learning philosophy, will be offered for the first time in 2014 by the four Mediterranean institutions, in order to weight the demand of training in this specific topic, to attract potential students to the future joint Master’s and to furnish the academic staff with a first joint teaching experience. Results • CMN has developed a strategy to address the potential loci of collaboration between CMN partners and Moroccan institutions that encompass our main four areas of specialization. • Work has already been undertaken in the area of Mediterranean cultural heritage and common actions in this area are expected to lead to the implementation of mutual recognition between Master programs. This overall strategy is supported by convergent work undertaken in NORIA and ERASMUS Mare Nostrum projects. • Partnership with the University Abdelmalek Essaâdi (Tetouan) and the University of Marrakech and the CMN universities. • Working group on Master Degrees recognition. Resources • UMU & UPCT own funding. • Funding from the “Fortalecimiento” program, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes. Challenges ahead The immediate challenge for CMN is to overcome the administrative barriers and the divide in the nature of the programs that the two national laws may present. 19
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 3. CMN Governance The CMN governance system has been implemented on both the strategic and the operational levels in order to favour decision-making processes on the course of the Campus development as well as on the implementation of the proposed actions. To this purpose, two levels of government were established: Strategic, through the CMN Board and in collaboration with the participating entities, and Operational, for the development and daily management of CMN and with a view to improving the project internal communication. As of June 30, the following actions had already been implemented: Strategic level: This level is composed of the members of the CMN General Council, including a representation of all associated entities and the International Advisory Board. On 15 February 2011, the first meeting of the CMN General Council was held at the University of Murcia. It was attended by representatives of the following organizations: • University of Murcia • Polytechnic University of Cartagena • Ministry of Education • Ministry of Science and Innovation • Ministry of Universities, Business and Research (the Department of Health and the Department of Agriculture took also part as promoters of the Campus excellence poles) • Croem (Regional Confederation of Employers of Murcia) • Murcia Chamber of Commerce • Cartagena Chamber of Commerce • Chamber of Commerce of Lorca • CC OO (National Union) • UGT (National Union) • National Research Council (CSIC) • Spanish Institute of Oceanography • EMUNI University (Mediterranean University) • Federation of Municipalities of the Region of Murcia • Innovation Foundation Spain 'I + E' • Foundation HEFAME • Hero Spain • Grupo Fuertes • Navantia • Naval and See Association • Banco Santander • CajaMurcia • CAM • Cajamar During the meeting, a CMN master plan for 2011 and subsequent years was approved. The resulting document is available on our website and it set performance priorities for the Campus. The International Advisory Board consists of a group of international figures like Margarita Salas, Josep 20
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 CMN Governance Borrell, Julio Lage, Federico Mayor Zaragoza, or Jamil Salmi. More information on the composition of the International Advisory Council can be found on: http://www.campusmarenostrum.es/consejo_asesor_internacional.html The Cooperation Agreement between the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia and both universities, the UPCT and the UM, for the development and financing of the Campus of International Excellence “Mare Nostrum 37/38”, with a European Regional basis, establishes that a Monitoring Committee will be established to follow up the Agreement; the Monitoring Committee consisting of three representatives of the Autonomous Community, appointed by the Counselor of Universities, Business and Research, and three representatives from the University of Murcia and the Polytechnic University of Cartagena, appointed by agreement of both Rectors. The monitoring Committee will meet as often as requested by each of the parties and it will monitor and supervise the activities carried out and the implementation schedule. Within the legally established framework, the Committee can also solve the doubts and disputes arising in applying and interpreting the Agreement, also setting suitable criteria to regulate those aspects that are not fully developed therein. In addition, the Committee has the following specific functions: • Be informed about variations to operations established in Annex I of the Agreement and any other questions that could be submitted for consideration. • To annually monitor the actions and activities in order to assess the extent to which they were implemented. • To approve the annual memory on the implementation of the Agreement and report on the final Justifying Memory thereof, to be submitted by the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia to the Ministry of Education. • Monitoring of the Project "Mare Nostrum 37/38" Communication and Dissemination Plan. • Be informed of applications for other non-repayable grants or subsidies that the CMN universities request for the project during the duration of this Agreement. • Inform on the universities’ applications for other grants or subsidies through re-payable loans for the project during the duration of this Agreement whenever these applications must be guaranteed or endorsed by the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia. Operational Level: The daily management of CMN lies on the Coordination Office, based in the Polytechnic University of Cartagena and the University of Murcia. The Rectors of both universities delegate the management and coordination tasks to management units of different nature: to the Vice-rectorate of Research and Internationalization, in the case of the University of Murcia, and to the Deputy Rector for the CIE, in the case of the UPCT. The CMN General Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the project 21
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 CMN Governance and, in particular, he coordinates the efforts of both universities and their relationship with partners. Currently, the CMN Office at the University of Murcia counts on 3 officers covering the areas of internationalization, management and research and communication, respectively. We also have the support of a budget management officer. The office is located in Campus Espinardo, Edf. Rector Soler, Murcia. The CMN Office at the UPCT consists of one officer for internationalization and another one for the management of research. The headquarters are in the Rectorate Building of the UPCT in Cartagena. 22
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 4. Main Achievements (Table II) Result N. Scope Description Format Date of achievement 1 Transversal. Appointment of members of the General Council, the International Advisory Council and appointment of the General Coordinator Web. 31/12/2011 2 Transversal. Setting up of the Coordination Office. Physical space. Web. 30/06/2011 3 Transversal. Launch of areas by strategic axis. File. 28/02/2011 4 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. OMJ proposals. File. Students in CMN. 31/12/2011 5 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. Tempus/Erasmus Mundus proposals. File. 30/06/2011 6 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. Bilateral meeting and CMN plan of action with EMUNI. File. Web. 30/06/2011 7 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. Bilateral meeting to disseminate CMN-EPUF. File. Web. 30/06/2011 8 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Plan of EU 7PM actions. Dissemination activities. Web. 30/06/2011 9 Transversal. Actions with the Committee of Regions and Arlem. Participation in meetings. Web. 31/12/2011 10 Transversal. Production of audiovisual contents with dissemination purposes in regional, national and international media as well as on the web. Multimedia contents. Web. 30/06/2013 11 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. Institutional calls, development of experiences and materials in the framework of the Programme of Innovation, Teaching Quality and Language Training. Files. 30/06/2013 12 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. Identification of opportunities and promotion of agreements for double and joint degrees with foreign universities. Participation in meetings. Files. Web. 30/06/2013 24
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Main Achievements (Table II) Result N. Scope Description Format Date of achievement 13 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. Federation of identities for customer’s access to shared e-learning services, with blended learning purposes. Web services. Infrastructu_ res. 30/06/2013 14 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Programme of Specialized Officers in Vocational Training (courses or stages). Provision of courses. 30/06/2013 15 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. Provision of UNIMAR courses in the CMN fields of action, scientific camps. Provision of courses. 30/06/2013 16 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Promotion of research and participation of university students in international research activities and programmes (Scientific Olympics, Arquímedes, Research SOUK and Researchers Night). Provision of courses. 30/06/2013 17 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Calls for the attraction of talent in the framework of the Ben Arabí Programme. Provision of call. 30/06/2013 18 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Construction of scientific facilities (INNOCAMPUS, INNPLANTA, FEDER I+d). Progress of the setting up of facilities. 30/06/2013 19 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Setting up of the Unit of Valorization and Transfer of Research Results. Setting up Physical space. 30/06/2013 20 Campus Transformation. Adaptation of study centers, residencies and transport for people with disabilities. Actions. 30/06/2013 21 Transversal/ Campus Transformation. Presence of CMN in cultural festivals in the Region of Murcia: MediterraneanKnowHow. Provision of activities. Web. 30/06/2013 22 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. Adaptation of buildings to the EHEA. Actions in buildings. 30/06/2013 23 Campus Transformation. CMN Sustainability Project. Actions in CMN Campus. 30/06/2013 24 Campus Transformation. Marhaban. Increase of the CMN accommodation. Actions in CMN Campus. 30/06/2013 25 Campus Transformation. Transborder campus with Morocco. Meetings and preparatory work. 30/06/2013 25
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 5. Progress Indicators (Table III) Index -id Scope Action Indicator Starting situation 2010 Situation as of the report date 1 Transversal. Increase CMN visibility. N. of videos produced and available on-line (youtube). 0 387 2 Transversal. Increase CMN visibility. N. of times the on-line videos were played. 0 46.638 3 Transversal. Increase CMN visibility. N. of followers in social networks. 0 3.044 4 Transversal. Increase CMN visibility. N. of audio files (total 25 hours) available in Ivoox, with podcast. 0 29 5 Transversal. Increase CMN visibility. Information and dissemination material (flyers, DVDs, folders, brochures, flycr elements, etc). 0 9.421 6 Transversal. Increase CMN visibility. N. of news published on the web. 0 850 7 Transversal. Link CMN to international networks. N. of MOUs signed with international networks. 1 4 8 Transversal. Link CMN to international networks. N. of meetings held under the umbrella of Mediterranean international networks. 3 21 9 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Promote international mobility and interuniversity relationships in the Mediterranean. N. of mobility projects submitted and awarded in the framework of CMN. 0 6 10 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Promote international mobility and interuniversity relationships in the Mediterranean. N. of mobility scholarships (beyond the intra-European) financed with external funds. 0 490 11 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Promote international mobility and interuniversity relationships. N. of MOUs signd with Mediterranean institutions. 0 4 12 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Promote international mobility and interuniversity relationships in the Mediterranean. N. of double/joint/bilaterally recognised degrees. 0 8 13 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Double/joint degrees. N. of foreign teachers. 39 185 26 articles edited and distributed
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Progress Indicators (Table III) Index -id Scope Action Indicator Starting situation 2010 Situation as of the report date 14 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Scientific production. N. of scientific publications in indexed journals during the first quartile. 1.102 3.562 15 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. International projects R+D. N. of new projects in R+D international programmes. 17 53 16 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Talent recruitment. N. of recruited postdoctorate researchers. 12 27 17 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Research contracts. Balance of research contracts with enterprises. 5.142. 858,62 15.822. 193,87 18 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. Licences. Agreements for using licences. 2 21 19 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. EBTs. Participation in the setting up of enterprises based on technology. 1 3 20 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. ScientifcTechnological. N. of enterprises in Scientific-Technological Parks. 0 8 21 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. ScientifcTechnological. N. of staff members in Scientifc-Technological Parks. 0 100 22 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. R+D. Contracts. 275 1.243 23 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. R+D. Participation in EBTs, number of companies with capital shared by CMN universities. 0 2 24 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. R+D. European projects awarded. 7 12 25 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. R+D and teaching. Foreign students in Master’s programs. 19 53 26 Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. R+D and teaching. Foreign students in doctorate programs. 45 55 27
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Progress Indicators (Table III) Index -id Scope Action Indicator Starting situation 2010 Situation as of the report date 27 Campus Transformation. Adapt study centers, residencies and transport for disabled. Agreements for the inclusion of people with intellectually disabilities and/or cerebral palsy. 0 1 28 Campus Transformation. Increase sustainability. Different actions: monitoring of energy saving measures, studies on optimal electric power, etc. 0 9 29 Campus Transformation. Increase sustainability. Signature of protocols for sustainability. 0 4 N. of scientific publications in indexed journals during the first quartile N. of new projects in R+D international programmes 1.102 3.562 2010 2013 Balance of research contracts with enterprises (¤) 17 53 2010 2013 Foreign students in Master’s programs 5.142.858,62 15.822.193,87 2010 2013 19 53 2010 2013 6. Forthcoming Milestones (Table IV) Miles_ tone Scope Description Expected date Delivered 1 Transversal. ·Setting up of CMN information points. 30/06/2015 ·Setting up of I+D+I clusters in the 3 excellence poles, in collaboration with Universities, OIPs and enterprises. 30/06/2015 2 Already set up as-of-30-06-2013 Web ·Plan of action with Euro-Mediterranean Embassies and Institutions. 30/06/2014 Web ·CMN Plan of Action and Communication with universities and other international excellence campuses. 30/06/2014 Web 2 Transversal. 28
  • CMN PROGRESS REPORT 2013 Forthcoming Milestones (Table IV) Miles_ tone Scope Description Expected date Delivered 3 Teaching improvement and adaptation to the European Higher Education Area. ·Scholarship Programme for excellent national and international students. ·CMN E-learning area. 30/06/2015 Web 30/06/2015 Calls Scientific Improvement and Knowledge Transfer. · Programme of I+D Stages in CMN companies, centers and institutions. ·Increase of projects submitted to international institutions for financial aid. ·Promotion of CMN actions in the Regional Network OTRI and transfer centers in scientific parks and the Technololical Park of Fuente Álamo. 30/06/2015 Calls 30/06/2015 Calls 30/06/2015 Web. ·Launch of the programme for entrepreneurs in the Mediterranean. ·Setting up of the Service Welcome Point. 30/06/2015 Calls. 30/06/2015 ·Intermodal transport and promotion of CMN bike lane. ·Promotion of Development Cooperation with NGOs interested in the Mediterranean area. ·Project “Live CMN” (theater, reading, music, sports…). ·Workshops for Entrepreneurship and Employment. ·Trans-border campus programs. 30/06/2015 Already implemented at UMU. Web. 30/06/2015 Web. 30/06/2015 Web. 30/06/2015 Web/physical space. 30/06/2015 Web. Web/physical space. 4 5 Campus Transformation. 7. Resources (Table V) Area Staff Routine expenditure Investement expediture Total Improvement in teaching and EHEA adaptation 272.726 209.071 2.123.927 2.605.724 Improving science and knowledge transfer 652.414 155.490 6.513.380 7.321.281 Campus transformation 67.617 335.504 1.705.119 2.108.240 TOTAL 992.757 700.064 10.342.423 12.035.245 29
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