European Competitively Funded Research

In addition to our Enterprise Ireland funded core research program, Learnovate actively participates in competitively funded research projects such as those funded through the EU Horizon 2020 program. This allows Learnovate to apply its expertise in learning technology to new problems and contexts while working with the best international researchers and companies from a diverse range of backgrounds.

The knowledge and expertise developed through participation in these projects can be applied by Learnovate as part of the industry focused core research program, allowing our members to take full advantage of the latest research in the field.

Interested in participating in a H2020 funded project? See calls for proposals here.

Current and Past Projects

Led by Learnovate at Trinity College Dublin, DEVELOP aims to deliver an adaptive learning environment that dynamically tailors the exploration, comprehension, and planning of learning opportunities and career paths in medium and large companies.

 €3 Million EU funded Horizon 2020 project

Led by the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin, SySTEM is interested in the what, where, how and when of out-of-school learning amongst 9 – 20-year-olds across Europe. As creativity and computational thinking skills become in ever great demand — the approach and impact of out of school science learning experiences will become more necessary and relevant.

Led by the University of Stockholm, the aim of SkillsMatch is to develop and demonstrate a European-wide assessment and learning, guiding technology which will help users to adapt their skill assets to the demands of the labour market focusing on the support of Non-Cognitive Skills. 

€1.25 Million EU funded project.

Led by Trinity College Dublin, in response to identified training needs, to develop an innovative base curriculum and tool for delivery and further development of that base curriculum through the design and play of a multiple player online role-playing game.

€2 Million, EU funded Horizon 2020