2009-05-26 Project presentation in Szczecin

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On the 29th of May, the BalticMuseums 2.0 project will be presented in Szczecin, Poland. Within a whole day organised by the Ministry of Education Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, together with another EU project run by the University, the BalticMuseums 2.0 project will represent the research activities of the Stralsund University of Applied Sciences.
Presentations from all universities in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern shall intensify co-operation contacts and attract Polish students to study in Germany.

 


 

2009-05-01 Kick-off date is ahead

The kick-off meeting of the project is finally determined, after a little delayed project start due to administrative matters. The partners will meet in Stralsund in the beginning of June, hosted by the OZEANEUM – the new part of the German Oceanographic museum. The modern building with its impressive exhibitions will be the perfect setting to discuss about the future of information technology in the museums. Meanwhile all technical preparations are ongoing at Stralsund University of Applied Sciences to create and test the necessary systems.


 

2009-04-29 Meeting of the scientific partners

balticnews2009-04-29 The scientific partners of the BalticMuseums 2.0 project meet today in Szczecin to further define the tasks of the technical components in the project. The Stralsund University of Applied Sciences and the University of Szczecin will lead the technical development with their specific scientific expertise in this area.

 


 

2008-07-22 EU funds granted for BalticMuseums 2.0 project

The consortium of two universities and four oceanographic museums now received the approval of its project application „BalticMuseums 2.0“ for European funds in the „South Baltic Cross-border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013“. The six partners from Germany, Poland, Lithuania and Russia will develop innovative technical information and communication tools for oceanographic museums. The project duration is projected being three years starting in October this year.

The „BalticMuseums 2.0“ project was one of four successful project applications, chosen out of 17 projects. The application convinced the jury, that granted a co-financing of almost a million Euro. The project budget amounts to more than a million Euros due to the additional own contribution of the partners.

The idea for a tighter co-operation of oceanographic museums in the Baltic Sea region was generated by the consortium lead by the Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (Germany), to solve joint technical challenges.

The consortium will design and realise a joint multi-lingual online platform as well as a ticketing system. Furthermore developments for a future oriented visitor guidance and information system are planned. With the intended results of the project the attractiveness of the museums will be increased, especiall for international tourists. As the partner museums are a main touristic attraction in their respective region, the project will contribute to the economic development in that area.


 
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