Get to know the people behind CIRO Project
ARIEMA Energía y Medioambiente S.L.
ARIEMA is a company created from the National Institute for Aerospace Technology (INTA) which was born in 2002. The experience of our professionals has allowed ARIEMA to be consolidated as a Spanish leading company in initiatives regarding hydrogen and fuel cells.
ARIEMA is also one of the leading companies in the promotion of innovation projects, technological development and management of public-private initiatives to encourage research collaborations and business technological development.
The ARIEMA training and education department has participated before in 3 Erasmus + projects and develops its own hydrogen course for adult people.
IES Diego de Guzmán
The Diego de Guzmán and Quesada high school counts with more than six hundred students from secondary education to A levels, as well as professional education courses.
The ubication and the A levels students that came from other schools make this centre a reference in Huelva. Although it may seem like the socio-cultural context of the student body is middle to high, the centre actually hosts very different profiles of students.
The Diego de Guzmán and Quesada high school stands out for being a very active institute in everything concerning research and good teaching practices. They coordinate an etwinning project “Sharing Our Cultural Heritage: Coesfeld, Örnsköldsvik and Huelva”. Furthermore, they are SCIENTIX embassador.
CYBER COACH SMART LTD - Emile education
Cyber Coach Smart Ltd (CCS) develops and sells software into schools. More than 15% of the schools in the UK have subscribed to one product or another. CCS has products which have been nominated for global education awards. (11 – UK British, 1 UK – Asian, 1 Portuguese, 1 Colombian). In October 2017, CCS was selected to accompany Baroness Hooper to BETT Latin America and as part of a UK Government trade mission.
In December 2017, a new product by CCS called Emile was selected as one of 5 tech products of 2017. (The other products were content aggregators, social media systems for schools, 3d printer community and software to help attract overseas students to study in the UK.). Emile is a mathematics resource that uses real games to motivate children to play and learn.
In January 2018, Emile was shortlisted by the Global Education Award with the winner to be announced in March 2018.
HERIBURG GYMNASYUM COESFELD
Heriburg-Gymnasium is a medium-sized secondary school for gifted students (grammar school) in Northwestern Germany. Currently, about 650 students receive a comprehensive liberal arts and science education at our school.
Heriburg-Gymnasium offers bilingual classes to students with a special interest in foreign language learning. In this bilingual programme, the subjects History and Geography are taught in English, ensuring that the bilingual students are used to employing English as a language tool to address questions and problems which are not inherently related to English itself but rather to significant matters in other disciplines.
To equally foster education in the natural sciences at our school, there is an additional MINT project (MINT meaning Maths, Information Technologies and Natural Sciences). The students participating in this project do interdisciplinary project work, focusing particularly on hands-on experience and pressing problems of interest in the natural sciences.
Colegio Jesús Nazareno
The Jesús Nazareno school is a private school, founded in 1936, that teaches the following education levels: pre-school, elementary and secondary education and A levels.
The Jesús Nazareno school uses innovative training strategies based on cooperative games and workshops such as laughter therapy to promote the psychosocial skills of students. Additionally, the Jesús Nazareno school bases their educational methods on teaching their own values and on the achievement of academic excellence for their students, as well as close treatment with their families.
The Jesús Nazareno school participates in the BEDA Programme based on improving the English training. This Programme is coordinated by Catholic Schools of Madrid and Cambridge English Language Assessment.
The Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) is a public entity supervised by the Greek Ministry of Environment & Energy and has financial and administrative independence. It is active in the fields of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and Energy Efficiency (EE), its primary goal being to promote the technological applications in these fields both at a national and international level, as well as the support of related activities, taking into consideration the principles of sustainable development. CRES has been appointed by Law as the National Centre for Coordination in its areas of activity.
CRES has a scientific staff of more than 120 highly qualified engineers and other scientists and, over the years, has participated in more than 600 European, national and international projects. These include applied R&D and demonstration projects, development of energy information systems and energy modelling, energy policy studies, feasibility / techno-economic studies, environmental impact assessments, market research, capacity building in the fields of RES/EE, etc. Through these projects, CRES developed cooperation with numerous public and private bodies at national, European and international levels, and participates in international fora and networks.