Empowering Underground Laboratories Network Usage
Interreg Baltic Sea Region co-funded project Empowering Underground Laboratories network usage (EUL) continues the work done during the Baltic Sea Underground Innovation Network (BSUIN) project.
Underground laboratories in the Baltic Sea region are not utilized to their full potential even though world-leading research organizations and industrial companies are nearby. In order to use the available underground space better, the BSUIN project has developed service concepts for the underground laboratories and an open-access platform that characterizes them. These concepts and the platform will be further tested, evaluated, and improved within the EUL project. Better information about the laboratories and their business opportunities is provided to regional development agencies and potential new customers from academia and business.
The duration of the project is the year 2021. There are 13 partners in the project consortium.
EGU2022: Call for abstracts on Underground research facilities for science, research, and development
The EGU2022 is organised from 3rd to 8th of April 2022 in Vienna, Austria. This year there is a session on Underground research facilities for science, research, and development (GI5.1) convened by Jari Joutsenvaara (Callio Lab research coordinator) and Marcus Laaksoharju. We welcome all underground laboratory and facility operators, users and facilitators to present their […]
Exploring the ULs’ expectations for a CRM system
Customer relationship management (CRM) can be defined as a strategic approach that aims at creating shareholder value through developing relationships with key customers and customer segments. It unites relationship marketing strategies with IT systems to create profitable, long-term relationships with customers and other key stakeholders. A CRM system provides enhanced opportunities to use data and […]
Karelian Research Center analyzes the marketing aspect of tourist services in the Ruskeala UL
As part of its activities within the EUL project, Karelian Research Center conducts a survey among tourists who visited Ruskeala Mining Park. The survey is conducted online and offline. The online survey is completed by the moment and has covered 300+ tourists who have recently visited Ruskeala at least once. The offline survey is in […]