Partners

JERICO-NEXT has significantly enlarged its consortium compared to JERICO (FP7) (33 vs 27 partners) by including 11 new partners, and by giving a special emphasis on SMEs (6 as partners + some important SMEs as sub-contractors – NKE, Scanfjord, Tomas Rutten b.v. and Cytosense), European association (1 AISBL and 1 ERIC, 1 related ESFRI. EMSO) and biological observatories (15 partners in JERICO-NEXT). JERICO-NEXT will work closely with other ESFRI and I3 projects, to avoid duplication of effort. The EURO ARGO ERIC (profiling system) and the EMSO (sea-bottom observatories) are included in the partnership. EMBRC, ATLANTOS, FIXO3, NEXOS, … will be involved in the “Advisory committee”. All the physical, chemical and biological coastal data produced by JERICO-NEXT will be made available through a single European channel with strong interactions with EMODnet.

Partner NameShort NameCountry
Flanders Marine Institute VLIZ Belgium
European Global Ocean Observing System EuroGOOS Belgium
Institute of oceanology - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences IO-BAS Bulgaria
Finnish Environment Institute SYKE Finland
Finnish Meteorological Institute FMI Finland
French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea IFREMER France
Fluidion SAS FLUIDION France
The National Center for Scientific Research CNRS France
ERIC Euro-Argo EURO ARGO ERIC France
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Center for Materials and Coastal Research HZG Germany
Hellenic Centre for Marine Research HCMR Greece
SmartBay Ireland, Ltd SBI Ireland
Environmental Consulting (Ireland) Limited SLR Ireland
Marine Institute MI Ireland
National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics OGS Italy
ETT S.p.A. ETT Italy
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche CNR-ISMAR Italy
Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change CMCC Italy
University of Malta UoM Malta
Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management RWS Netherlands
Mariene Informatie Service Maris BV MARIS Netherlands
Deltares DELTARES Netherlands
Norwegian Institute for Water Research NIVA Norway
International Research Institute of Stavanger AS IRIS Norway
Institute of Marine Research IMR Norway
Hydrographic Institute IH Portugal
AZTI Foundation AZTI Spain
Polytechnic University of Catalonia UPC Spain
Balearic Islands Coastal Observing and Forecasting System SOCIB Spain
Spanish Council of Research CSIC Spain
The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute SMHI Sweden
Blue Lobster IT Ltd BL United Kingdom
The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs CEFAS United Kingdom