Communication & Dissemination


To communicate and disseminate the outcomes produced by INFRASTAR via presentations at local, national, European and international workshops, conferences, publications in peer-reviewed journals, and outreach activities targeting the general public, students, industries, and the scientific community.

What is the difference between communication and dissemination?

Covers the whole project (including results).Covers project results only.
Starts at the outset of the project.Happens only when results are available.

Multiple audiences:
Beyond the project's own community, including the media and general public. Multiplier effect.

Specialist audiences:
Group that may use the results in their own work, including peer groups, industry, professional organisations, policymakers.

Informing and engaging with society, to show how it can benefit from research.Enabling the take-up and use of results.