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dr. K. Salemink

Assistant Professor
dr. K. Salemink
E-mail:
k.salemink rug.nl



2016 - 2018

INTENSS-PA (H2020)

Systematic Approach for INspiring & Training ENergy-Spatial-Socioeconomic Sustainability to Public Authorities (INTENSSS-PA). EU Horizon 2020 funded project focusing on training and experiential learning for public authorities in order to deal with issues related to energy-planning. 

2016

Succes factors in broadband provision in rural areas

Academic research on the developments around broadband provision in rural areas, with a special focus on the relation between the market, governments and citizens/citizen initiatives. This research is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs. 

The broadband landscape in Overijssel 

Evaluation of the proces (2009-2016) around the broadband funding scheme of the Province of Overijssel, commissioned by that same province. The report is available in Dutch only. 

Het rapport kunt u vinden onder deze link

Next Generation Education

Position paper on accelerating broadband provision for primary, secondary and special education in the Netherlands. Research commissioned by Stichting Kennisnet (Ministry of Education). Report has not been published. 

2014 - 2015

Follow-up research 'Next Generation Access for entire Groningen'

Research for the Province of Groningen on the efficacy of citizen initiatives for rural broadband provision. The report is available in Dutch only. 

Het rapport kunt u vinden onder deze link 

2012 - 2015

ITRACT: Improving Transport and Accessibility through new Communication Technologies

Interreg IVB North Sea Region Programme

Lead-researcher in Work Package 6 'Evaluation and Strategy Development', together with prof. dr. Strijker. Several publications related to this project can be found in the list of publications on this website. 

Project summary:

"A number of areas within the North Sea Region are located at a distance from the main economic agglomerations of their countries and lag behind in terms of socio-economic development. Key elements in development are connectivity and accessibility. In line with the European Commission strategy document “A sustainable Future for Transport – towards an integrated technology-led and user-friendly system”, the ITRACT project aims to improve those capacities through innovative transport and communication concepts. Thereby it is also contributing to the Digital Agenda of Europe 2020. Physical transport and good virtual communications are both regarded as important to reduce the social and economic exclusion of remote areas.

Within the triple helix of business, governmental, and knowledge institutions the project will develop an information architecture and run pilot actions in order to create standardized technical procedures for efficient and user-friendly transport services."

 

2012 - 2013

Broadband in rural areas 

Explorative research on rural broadband provision, funded by the 'Woon- en Leefbaarheidsbasisplan Oost-Groningen', a regional programme for the East of Groningen. The report is available in Dutch only.

Salemink, K., Strijker, D. (2012) Breedband op het platteland: Rapportage voor Woon- en Leefbaarheidsbasisplan Oost-Groningen, RUG-FRW, Groningen 

http://www.rug.nl/frw/news/2012/final_breedband.pd

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