University of Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen was founded in 1495, has been involved in European projects since Framework 3 and has, to date, been successful in participating in more than 600 grants funded by the European Commission. The University has also begun plans which include £240 million investment on infrastructure and facilities over ten years.
The ArabTrans project is located in the School of Social Science, which combines departments of Sociology, Political Science and Anthropology. The School's staff is cosmopolitan, with degrees from ten EU countries plus the United States. Its staff are accustomed to managing multi-national research projects involving millions of euros and funded by intergovernmental bodies such as the European Commission, European Science Foundation, European Foundation for Living & Working Conditions, UN agencies and national scientific foundations in the UK, Austria, Germany, Italy, Sweden and the United States. Three members of the School are Fellows of the British Academy.
Project Lead UK (Scotland):
Dr Andrea Teti
Project Leader and Scientific Lead
Secondary Aberdeen Contact:
Professor Pamela Abbott
Quality Control Officer