Our company Hisbim is located in Eskişehir and we were established as an ICT company under Hisarlar Group. HISBIM shows activities both hardware provider and software solutions at IT Sector. HISBIM prepares projects within the context of EU 7th framework program,TUBITAK and TTGV. Hisarlar, our parent company delivers its high quality and performance machinery and equipment, is to help to its customers - who cultivate, harvest, transform and enrich the land - who try to provide a higher quality of life for people, to do their jobs safely and comfortably and use their power and potential more effectively. You can check from our web siteswww.hisbim.com and www.hisarlar.com.tr and www.turkar4x4.com.tr
Mr Taskin KIZIL
ICSA, INSTITUTO DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y AMBIENTALES
Professor MARIANO SORIANO URBANDIRECTOR SOCIAL SCIENCES AREA
IMPEC is an international consortium of more than 700 highly motivated professionals from all disciplines, active in 40 countries, that develops and offers proven performance monitoring and evaluation methods for governments. By doing that, transparency and efficiency in the decision-making process are enhanced.
IMPEC offers governments an independent single point of contact that will help them raise the quality of government, contribute to society and increase the public trust level, thus, improving welfare in general. To improve government performance, IMPEC connects scientific thinking, multidisciplinary expertise and community input. As one of many tools, we have developed, offered and implemented performance monitoring and evaluation methods worldwide. We implement our methods for national and local government performance in all policy areas, such as education, health, security and agriculture. We use proven and innovative methodologies, including social and new media. Based on our experience we are convinced that collaborating in a transparent and performance-driven way will lead to more economic development and the capability to deliver a better service level to citizens.
In addition, IMPEC offers advice, expertise and services in the fields of policy matters, project financing, project management, research, monitoring and evaluation, communication and training.
The IMPEC form a dedicated project team, consisting of leading experts in their own fields. That allows us to employ a unique method to every policy area and each specific assignment. They effectively produce the desired research and analyses, give advice and empower the government professionals to improve their collective performance.
Our headquarters are located in The Hague (The Netherlands), city of peace and justice and ‘Legal capital of the world’, as the former Secretary‐General of the United Nations Boutros Boutros ‐ Ghali called it. The Head office is run by IMPEC founder Carlo Bakker and a team of highly motivated professionals.
IMPEC is always interested in meeting potential partners that would like to offer complementary expertise and explore fruitful partnerships.
Mr Carlo BakkerFounder
Miss Ivelina KolevaProject officer
Dr Arne Musch
Life Supporting Technologies
Liverpool Logistics Offshore and Marine Research Institute (LOOM)
The LOOM Research Institute within Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) has 12 academic staff and 25 researchers. LOOM has developed a strong reputation for its safety, security, simulation and optimisation research of maritime system design and operation.
LOOM has completed a number of research projects supported by the UK research councils (eg. EPSRC), HSE, EU and industry. It is equipped with the UK’s only 360 degree ship simulator and a wide range of risk modelling and decision making software. For the last ten years, the Institute has received the funding of multi-million pounds to conduct its high-level research and consequently, over 100 technical papers in relevant areas have been produced. The research applications have also been facilitated by the collaboration between LOOM and many industrial and regulatory organisations including Shell and UK HSE. The institute is the coordinator of one EU Marie Curie project, the workpackage leaders of two ongoing EU projects, and grant holders of many other UK research council projects.
We are interested in collaborations with research partners in the following areas: (a) security in logistics and supply chains; (b) anti-piracy; (c) optimisation and simulation for restoring security and safety in case of crisis; (d) using virtual reality/gaming/3D simulation technologies for the development of decision support tools for Health services and (e) Improving security systems integration, interconnectivity and interoperability.
LOOM can contribute to the following:
· First main topic: Topic SEC-2013.2.4-1 Phase II demonstration programme on logistics and supply chain security.
· Second main topic: Topic SEC-2013.2.4-2 Non-military protection measures for merchant shipping against piracy – Capability Project or Coordination and Support Action (Coordinating Action).
· Third main topic: SEC-2013.4.1-3 Development of simulation models and tools for optimising the pre-deployment and deployment of resources and the supply chain in external emergency situations
· Fourth main topic: SEC-2013.4.1-4 2013.4.1-4 - Development of decision support tools for improving preparedness and response of Health Services involved in emergency situations.
· Workpackage leader/partner. We can write up a WP if assigned by the consortium leader. We can also contribute to project management.
· Contact point to UK maritime sector. Can also introduce partners (industry or academia) from UK and the Far East to the consortium should it be needed.
· Can also get access to a database of emergency situations occurred in non-EU regions, based on marine accidents reported by the IMO and Lloyds Registry, etc