New Strategic Partnership signed in Italy

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15 May 2017
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EFQM Strategic Partnership

Strategic Partnership in Italy

This week, the EFQM Management Team was in Italy to sign a partnership agreement with the Consortium SCIRE. This non-profit organisation was founded in 2001 by “Tor Vergata” University of Rome and “Elasis” research center (FIAT group).SCIRE collaborates with research centres and several companies, encouraging cooperation and technology transfer.

Through this partnership, EFQM aims to intensify the support it delivers to organisations in Italy.

About S.C.I.R.E

The Consortium SCIRE was founded in 2001 by “Tor Vergata” University of Rome and “Elasis” research center (FIAT group). It is a non-profit organization; any profits are reinvested in research or in the dissemination of their results. SCIRE collaborates with research centers and several companies, encouraging cooperation and technology transfer. By 2010 members of the Consortium are “Tor Vergata” University, ”Parthenope” University of Naples, consortium Technos Reat Aerospace and Temis s.r.l. in equal shares.

The prime mission is to enable, facilitate and promote research in general and innovative and advanced technological CFD analysis in particular. S.C.I.R.E will be a place for people to find knowledge. One of the main aim of SCIRE is to carry out, promote and improve research activities in the principals sectors of numerical techniques for virtual prototyping (CFD, thermal and structural analysis). In order to reach this aim the Consortium promotes interaction between public research and private companies to technology transfer. Other aim is the dissemination of the results of the research carried out by its own scientific network. Moreover the Consortium wants to carry out continuous and recurrent training activity oriented on consortium concerned fields.

SCIRE is involved in activities ranging from Automotive, to Energy, ICT and more!

Find out more about Consortium Scire >> Click here

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