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Latest Events

Latest Events

  • The Poznań University of Technology organises the Fourth International Scientific-Technical Conference “MANUFACTURING” on 8-10 December 2014. In summary, the conference objective is to provide an international forum for the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on design and machines building, manufacturing technologies and production management.

  • The innovationsforum for automation has become an annual tradition for the automation network. 2014 was yet another landmark for this world-class event - more attendees from even more companies took advantage of this unique exchange of industry knowledge. The innovationsforum is dedicated to bringing you the latest information on automation projects and new technologies. The next innovoationsforum for automation will take place on 22-23 January 2015 in Dresden.

  • Dear Sir/Madam,

    The Regional Innovation Monitor Plus Partners (Technopolis Group, ERRIN, Fraunhofer ISI and UNU-MERIT) and Office of the Northern Ireland Executive in Brussels are cordially inviting you to the second 2014 workshop on ‘Supporting advanced manufacturing activities at the regional level: lessons from practitioners’. This workshop is organised in the framework of the RIM Plus initiative financed by the European Commission (DG Enterprise and Industry).

  • Are you interested in shaping the future EU advanced manufacturing agenda?

    The Commission's Communication "For a European Industrial Renaissance” in January 2014 pointed out the growing importance of the integration of digital technologies in manufacturing. As a result the EC Task Force on Advanced Manufacturing included this issue on its agenda.

  • When and Where: 9-10 September 2014, Finlandia Hall, Helsinki, Finland.

    The European Service Innovation Centre (ESIC) conference in Helsinki, Finland on September 9-10, 2014 is a platform for everyone engaged or interested in service innovations. The conference gathers national and regional policy makers, practitioners, experts, academics and company representatives.  It will present and discuss the key findings of the ESIC and highlight the work done and lessons learned in the field of service innovation and regional policy.