EGVIA and ERTRAC, supported by the European Commission, are organising this European-wide conference to showcase the results of selected H2020 funded projects on road transport related areas.
Various technological challenges will be covered in order to highlight the contribution of ongoing EU-funded research projects to meet EU policy goals.
The Polytechnic University of Turin - in collaboration with Turin's Chamber of Commerce and through the EEN-Enterprise Europe Network - is organising the international conference “EU Research Conference – Funding and Policies for Smart Mobility" to be held in Turin (Italy) next 10 October 2017. The event aims at showcasing opportunities to cooperate in R&I projects in smart mobility.
The "Hydrogen for Clean Transport" Conference will offer a unique occasion to learn about the main achievements taking place in Europe but also to understand what are the remaining barriers facing the technology deployment.
Two EU-funded projects HyFIVE and H2ME will be at the core of the conference and seven major vehicle manufacturers (Audi, BMW, Daimler, Honda, Hyundai, Toyota, and Symbio) will be present to confirm their engagement towards continuing with coordinated deployment in Europe
As part of the interim evaluation of Horizon 2020 the EU Research and Innovation Programme, a public stakeholder consultation was launched on 20 October 2016 and closed on 15 January 2017.
The results of around 3500 responses and about 300 position papers will be presented at an event organised in cooperation with the European Economic and Social Committee on 28 April.
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Presentations done at the event jointly organised by RTD/Transport directorate and EGVIA, which aimed to disseminate project results, exchange views and experiences, and discuss future research needs in advanced automotive batteries research.