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New MAFEIP tool and website are online

  • Posted February 22, 2018

  The MAFEIP study (Support Services for the Management and Utilization of Monitoring and Assessment of the EIP-MAFEIP Tool) has been carried out by Open Evidence and empirica between December 2016 and November 2017. Its aim has been to facilitate the use of the MAFEIP tool by members of the European Innovation Partnership on Active […]

Survey on Remote voting in the EU

  • Posted February 19, 2018

Open Evidence has just launched a survey aimed at collecting the different ways that exist in Europe to vote remotely, as well as opinions and attitudes related to remote voting. The survey is launched within the framework of the “Study on the benefits and drawbacks of remote voting solutions to support the preparation of a […]

Postdoctoral researchers wanted (UOC call open until March 4)

  • Posted February 12, 2018

Would you like to be part of our research group? Open Evidence Research has just been awarded by the Catalan Government with the highest qualification as Consolidated Research Group and we are looking for excellent postdoctoral candidates. Please have a look at our research lines: Educational Uses of ICTs and their impact on higher education […]

GRC Consolidated Research Group award to Open Evidence Research by the Generalitat de Catalunya

  • Posted February 12, 2018

We are very pleased to announce that the Catalan Autonomous Government (Generalitat de Catalunya) has certified Open Evidence Research as a Consolidated Research Group (Grup de Recerca Consolidat) with Number 2017 SGR 1679. The Agency for Management of University and Research Grants (AGAUR) opened a call last May for supporting the research groups in Catalonia that work in […]

Voting from remote. An overview.

  • Posted January 15, 2018

Remote voting has the potential to increase electoral participation because it provides voters with more mechanisms to express their vote. The act of voting may be particularly challenging for some specific groups, such as those who live far from their assigned polling station, or who are in another country on a temporary or permanent basis. […]

Andrea Saltelli joins Open-Evidence Research

  • Posted January 12, 2018

Andrea Saltelli, Adjunct Professor at the University of Bergen (Norway), has joined Open Evidence Research at UOC, Barcelona. Andrea Saltelli (http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4222-6975) has worked on physical chemistry, environmental sciences, applied statistics, impact assessment and science for policy. His main disciplinary focus is on sensitivity analysis of model output, a discipline where statistical tools are used to […]

“New Narratives in Science and Economics” with Erik Reinert and Andrea Saltelli

  • Posted January 10, 2018

                                     Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Open Evidence Research and University of Bergen, Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities (SVT),  invite you to half-day seminar on January 22nd on New Narratives in science and economics, with […]

Study on the benefits and drawbacks of remote voting solutions

  • Posted December 5, 2017

Electoral participation in Europe has been steadily decreasing for the past 25 years, including European elections. The Commission’s 2015 report on the 2014 EP elections concluded that “looking ahead to the 2019 elections, it is important to […] examine further, and seek to address, the reasons for the persistently low turnout in some Member States”. […]

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