The objective of the STSM was to examine the alignment of the monitoring process of the project BiblioLab - Science in Action with an open framework for evaluating citizen science activities developed by the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI - Vienna, Austria), and to identify a set of indicators for articulating its impact assessment.
The overall aim of this STSM project was to create clear and publicly understandable protocols that will familiarize with the objectives of the project, its importance and enable volunteers and other public to recognize symptoms of Phytophthora diseases.
It explores the potential of ordinary people to directly utilize the power of mobile devices, which allows to collect the mobile sensory data and report the perceived quality of travel time.
The primary aim of this Short Term Scientific Mission was to develop a collaboration about Citizen Science with the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission in Ispra and Brussels.
The STSM PlasticWatch has been directed to individuate the best research methodologies for microplastics monitoring in freshwater systems through citizen science projects
The main topic of the research was the application of citizen science approaches to the digital humanities field.
The STSM strengthened the collaboration between Tekiu and ECSA in order to improve mutual capacity to raise awareness and provide evidence of the policy relevance of Citizen Science.
During the STSM, a group of nineteen urban cyclists built the first crowdsourced map of urban cycling in Malta.
The study under the applied STSM would use a Citizen Science platform to advance the spatial prediction of invasive forest Phytophthoras by providing the public with inexpensive location-based, time series data of unprecedented quantity and distribution.
Dr Joseph Roche undertook a STSM in November 2017 and developed a research agenda around the role of citizen science in education.