We're a European team of higher education innovators

About us

Who we are? Where do we come from?

Leading European experts in research valorisation, with a focus on SSH research, have joined forces on REVALORISE+. The partnership includes a variety of institutions – Traditional Universities, Applied Sciences, Business Schools – and businesses to cover the range of skills needed for project delivery.

REVALORISE+ is led by the University Industry Innovation Network. The REVALORISE+ team spans nine partners across seven European countries.

Project Leader

UIIN - University Industry Innovation Network

UIIN is a vibrant network passionate about advancing university-industry interaction, entrepreneurial universities and collaborative innovation.

Meet our

Visionary Partners

The REVALORISE+ project unites 9 partner organisations from HEIs, businesses and networks and one associate partner from 8 countries in Europe. Their expertise and experience provide an ideal foundation to achieve the project’s objectives. We invite you to connect with and get to know our core project team. 

Arno Meerman

Partner / University Industry Innovation Network

Catherine Hayward

Partner / University Industry Innovation Network

Balzhan Orazbayeva

Partner / University Industry Innovation Network

Ingrid Wakkee

Partner / Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Yessica Ijpma

Partner / Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Pedro Lopes de Carvalho

Partner / Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Marie Roloff Groth

Partner / University of Copenhagen

Todd Davey

Partner / Institut Mines-Télécom Business School

Marie Jose Herrer Villa

Partner / Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Allison O’Reilly

Partner / University of Vienna

Sara Baldo

Partner / Bespoke Cph

Mikko Korpela

Partner / Crazy Town

Katerina Salmi

Partner / Crazy Town

Samantha Carty

Partner / Momentum

Grace Roche

Partner / Momentum

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Partner Organisations

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PLUS E-zine

Issue #5

In this issue of PLUS magazine, we put an emphasis on making Social Sciences and Humanities researchers visible and invite them to showcase their research findings with the wider academic and industry. It also takes a look back at EU Knowledge Valorisation Week.