A delegation of institutions from Bosnia and Herzegovina has visited the CTA facilities today to learn more about its operation and support model for R+D+i within the framework of a mission organized by the Joint Research Center (JRC) of the European Union in Seville.
The meeting was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Scientific and Technological Development, Higher Education and Information Society of the Republic of Srpska, the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the University of Mostar. On behalf of CTA, the technical manager of Building and Civil Works of CTA, Carlos García, and the consultant Rafael Castillo attended.
The objective has been to explore opportunities for cooperation, as well as in the transfer of know-how for the development of regional technological innovation systems. In addition, the European project P5 Innobroker was presented to the Bosnian delegation, in which CTA participates together with a partner from Bosnia and Herzegovina, among other countries, to promote the Public Procurement of Innovation (CPI).
The CTA team has the skills and abilities to provide innovation services that respond to the needs of countries in which the innovation system is in the process of being built and developed. CTA has already participated in several consortia awarded European projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina.