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OrganisationAutonomous University of Barcelona

Country

Spain

Inserted:

20 Feb 2018

Expires:

30 Jun 2018

Role

Partner

Project Title

REQUESTING PARTNERS FOR SU-BES01-2018-2019-2020: Human factors, and social, societal, and ...

H2020 Call Topic

DT-MIGRATION-06-2018-2019: Addressing the challenge of migrant integration through ICT-ena...

Description

The present project seeks to improve the current data collection and processing mechanisms at the EU border
controls, by establishing a tool that will allow centralizing all information collected when migrants enter the EU
territory and use it jointly by all Member States. It mainly seeks to facilitate the integration of regular migrants in the
host countries among the 28, and offering better conditions for returned migrants in their countries of origin.
The goal is to develop a data-driven algorithm to optimize the process by which regular /irregular migrants are
assigned to locations within or outside the EU. Such algorithm will mine other multiple historical cases and will detect
systematic patterns. Therefore, when individual characteristics of the new migrant will be introduced, it will check in
what territory previous migrants with a similar profile have successfully integrated and it will also give a description of
the labour opportunities, integration policies, public sentiment in the area, demography of the territory, and all other
relevant information.
In order to decrease the number of irregular migrants in the EU, this IT system will also collect and mine data
regarding the situation in the major countries of origin where migrants come from, with the aim of understanding the
reasons why those migrants decide to leave their countries. It will also identify projects and initiatives in those
countries in which the EU could participate, and that would improve life and labour opportunities there.

Expertise sought/offered

Company or organisation with technological background and expertise in designing/creating IT tools with the following
characteristics:
Creation of an IT-platform for the management of migration movement. It will then combine the data obtained from
different sources. This will centralize in one single information system all relevant data for managing migration flows.
The aim is 1) facilitating regular migrants’ distribution among Member States and guaranteeing their better integration
possibilities, and 2) offering solutions in the countries of origin for those migrants who need to be returned. The IT tool
will require an architectural specification (scenarios, requirements, versions), platform development and
implementation, and also validation evaluation and trials by the designated end-users. The Universal Message Format
(UMF) will be the technical language used to access the data, according to draft Interoperability Regulation.

Tasks offered/requested

* Conduct surveys
* Perform statistical analyses
* Dissemination/communication activities
* Organise/host training
* Quality management
* Project management (as Work Package leader / Task leader)
* Design a business plan
* Develop an ICT application
* Organise a webinar
* Other



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