No One Left Behind is co-ordinated by INMARK Europa and it includes the participation of 7 key partners from the game industry and the education sector coming from 4 European countries: Austria, Germany, Spain and United Kingdom.
INMARK is a business and marketing consulting company based in Madrid and operating in 7 countries throughout Europe and Latin America. With more than 200 qualified staff members, INMARK delivers consultancy and management services to more than 400 clients, including international bodies, education and governments, large corporations, SMEs and Start-Ups.
The LifeSTtech (Life Supporting Technologies) Department is part of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) one of the largest universities in Europe, which conducts leading technological research in multiple fields. Its activities are devoted to the design, development and evaluation of ICT based services and applications, for the creation and promotion of new ideas, methods and technological solutions throughout the value chain of different organizations.
Country: United Kingdom
Founded in 2006 and based in Nottingham, UK, GameCity is a world-renowned public festival of digital play, an annual videogame prize, and a network of game developers interested in exploring the creative potential of digital games for new audiences. Founded with the support of Nottingham Trent University, GameCity now operates both within the University and as a separate limited company.
Pyro Studios is the gaming division of GRUPO ZED, a large corporate group devoted to media entertainment, content production and computer games created in 1996 in Spain. Pyro Studios is one of the most recognized digital games development companies in the world, since its foundation in 1996, Pyro was conceived with the aim of creating and producing the best games and highest quality in the market. Today is one of the leading SME in the sector and has a team of more than 50 top professionals in the creation and marketing of games for different platforms.
Graz University of Technology pursues top teaching and research in the fields of the engineering sciences and the technical-natural sciences. The quality of the education and training at Graz University of Technology is carried by the strength of its knowledge-oriented and applied research. Numerous competence centers, externally funded laboratories, special research fields, research focuses, and large EU projects are examples of the University’s extremely active and successful research. The Department for Software Technology at Graz University of Technology focuses on research and teaching of computer science students, serving approximately 25% of the more than 12,000 students of the university.
Country: United Kingdom
The Nottingham Trent University (NTU) main areas of activity are teaching undergraduate and post graduate students, and research. The project will be carried out by the Interactive Systems Research Group within the School of Science and Technology (SAT), and the School of Education, with expertise in pedagogy and special educational needs. Both provide an exciting multidisciplinary environment for learning, teaching and research, specialising in Computing and Technology, and Education. Our interdisciplinary research is rated by the HEFCE Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) as amongst the very best in the UK, with much of it world leading.
The Hochschule der Medien (eng. “Stuttgart Media University”) is a university of applied sciences with a specific focus on media and their applications. The research group “Responsive Media Experience” focuses on digital media and how they can be adapted to the requirements and preferences of a specific use context. Expertise in this research group comprises the topics IT accessibility, user preference management, mobile design and development, user experience design, artificial intelligence, and gamification approaches.