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​Partners & Stakeholders


The INCEPTION consortium consists of 14 partners: 7 industrial partners (SMEs), 2 research organisations and 5 universities. INCEPTION is driven together by universities and SMEs that are active and successful in their market areas, and thus are able to mobilise their clients and business partners to ensure the market implementation of INCEPTION results. The high-quality research will be guaranteed by the involvement of renown EU research organisations. SMEs play a key role in research, demonstration and exploitation. Together they build the critical mass for sound research and real impacts.​

The INCEPTION partners that represent 10 EU countries (Italy, Slovenia, Greece, Cyprus, Spain, Netherlands, Croatia, Germany, Bulgaria and France) in order to include Cultural Heritage identities and diversities. Generalisation and wide dissemination of the knowledge and project results are thus guaranteed. Moreover, there is a strong and proven commitment to teamwork since all partners have been engaged in collaborative projects with each other previously in a relevant action concerning the cultural heritage.​

​INCEPTION Stakeholders​

The INCEPTION project established a broad Stakeholder Panel (SP) with participants/stakeholders of different countries, disciplines and potential professional users. The SP plays an important role in the validation, dissemination and deployment of the research results. A part of the SP  is involved more closely through real case studies. The members of the so-called Dedicated Stakeholder Panel provide demonstration cases, support the consortium in data collection, and exhibit the preliminary results of the project through either on-site or off-site demonstration activities.  ​​​


Prof. Roberto di Giulio
University of Ferrara, Italy
T his project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 665220.