Practical and scientific knowledge related to groundwater research and innovation is scattered amongst various actors throughout Europe.
KINDRA seeks to help achieve a better understanding of the groundwater topic by providing an overall view of the scientific knowledge that exists across Europe. The project develops an inventory of this groundwater knowledge-base (EIGR), following a new Harmonised Research Classification System (HRC-SYS). This requires an effective assessment of the state-of-the-art of hydrogeology research across diferent geographical and geo-environmental settings, allowing for direct comparison and identifying synergies in groundwater research.
Our role in the project
LPRC, besides actively participating in all Work Packages, is coordinating WP4 – Dissemination and communication. Our objective within this Work Package is to create a more integrated community of researchers and users extending across disciplines, countries, organisations and sectors. For this the communication and dissemination of the groundwater role needs to be improved, building a correspondence between the before-mentioned social and technical categories and a more intelligible explanation to different audiences (young scholars, people, industrial and agricultural subjects, etc.).
For more information please visit the project website: www.kindraproject.eu, or contact our KINDRA Project Manager Adrienn Csekő at director@ lapalmacentre.eu.