Our project is called “RI-VIS” in short. The full name of the project is Expanding Research Infrastructure Visibility to StrengthenStrategic Partnerships.
A research infrastructure is a grouping of related services and resources for research in a particular field e.g. Marine Biology.
Research infrastructures may be either single-site (this could be a single institute with services on offer), distributed (where multiple facilities work together to provide a group of services, sometimes coordinated by a central “hub”), or “electronic” (where computational resources and services are provided, often online).
The Research Infrastructures involved in the RI-VIS project are in the general fields of biology, medicine, social science and environmental science, however our scope is broader than this, and covers research infrastructures in all sectors.
Our mission is to increase awareness and prominence ofResearch Infrastructures and the services they provide to new audiences, especially new international audiences. It would be good to include the themes of internationalisation and visibility in our logo if possible.
As the project is about expanding visibility we have a number of different audiences we wish to target:
We include the EU flag in our dissemination materials therefore the colour pallet should be decided with this in mind. Otherwise we are open to suggestions of possible colour themes.
To submit an entry for our logo competition you must provide the logo in both a raster image format (png, bmp, jpg), and a vector image format (pdf, svg, ai). You should also provide a "square version" of the logo for use in social media avatars (this can be in any image file format).
By submitting a logo to this competition you consent to the use of the logo by the RI-VIS project. Any logo submitted will become the property of the RI-VIS project. RI-VIS reserves the right to make alterations to the winning logo prior to use.
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