IPS operates as an independent higher education institution on the initiative of the Jožef Stefan Institute, with strong support from the Slovenian industry and an international network of participating universities and institutes. Its mission is to directly link research and postgraduate education to create knowledge and foster innovation. Through research and the education process, it contributes to strengthening the role of science and high technologies in society’s development potential, which can significantly contribute to economic strength and harmonious social development.
Temida is a high-tech company in the field of development of sophisticated computer applications and consulting for organisations and companies in supporting and streamlining business processes using modern information technology. The company has established long-term partnerships with several companies and public and administrative institutions at home and abroad to design new advanced solutions for web and business applications and expert systems.
MIITR is a non-profit organisation dedicated to building a just and sustainable world. Through experts and cross-sectoral cooperation, we develop sustainable strategies and solutions aimed at educating target audiences at the European level. MIITR’s personnel have a high proficiency, knowledge, competencies and expertise in economic, environmental, social, and computer sciences, as well as in project management, promotion and dissemination activities.
NTNU provides competences and technological solutions in the field of civil and environmental engineering for use in the public and private sectors. It actively contributes to research education and the latest state-of-the-art developments in the relevant fields of expertise. NTNU organises and guides stakeholders in the field of sustainable building renovation, who act as focus groups to monitor and develop students’ competences using the RESPO-VI application. In this way, their competence gaps are identified and the most appropriate training programmes are selected to ensure that the competence gaps are filled.