Partners

Coordinator

Cineca Interuniversity Consortium

Cineca is a Consortium of 67 Italian universities, 9 Italian Research Institutions and the Italian Ministry of Education. It is the largest Italian computing centre.
www.cineca.it

Partners

ARPAE SIMC

ARPAE SIMC is the HydroMeteoClimate Service of the Regional Agency for Prevention, Environment and Energy of Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
www.arpae.it

Arpa Piemonte

Arpa, the Regional Agency for the Protection of the Environment, is a public institution under the oversight of Piedmont Regional Council.
www.arpa.piemonte.it

ART-ER

ART-ER Attractiveness Research Territory is the Emilia-Romagna Joint Stock Consortium with the purpose of fostering the region’s sustainable growth by developing innovation and knowledge, attractiveness and internationalisation of the territory.
www.art-er.it

Cia Piemonte

Cia Piemonte is a farmers union with over 10.000 associates. Its main purposes are protection and development of farmers and their businesses and the development and valorisation of the rural world.
www.ciapiemonte.it

Fondazione Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC)

CMCC studies the climate system and its interactions with the society to provide robust scientific results supporting climate adaptation and mitigation policies and fostering sustainable development.
www.cmcc.it

Dedagroup Public Services

It’s one of the largest IT group and supports organizations in systems integration, digital design, and digital innovation. It has deep experience in geo data, open data, and international standards.
www.dedagroup.it

ECMWF

International organisation delivering and advancing global weather forecasts.

Fondazione Edmund Mach

Fondazione Edmund Mach (FEM) is a nonprofit institution dedicated to research, education, training and technology transfer in the fields of agriculture, food processing, and sustainable development.
www.fmach.it

Department for innovation in biological, agro-food and forest systems (DIBAF)

DIBAF combines various disciplines and complementary approaches, from basic knowledge of chemistry and biology to those typical of agri-food, animal, industrial and environmental biotechnologies.
www.unitus.it