12 May 2016 - 16 May 2017, Salzburg, Austria
One of the great successes of the ECTS scientific programme over time has been due to the principle of bridging the gaps between translational research and clinical application.
The Scientific Programme Committee has continued to develop the programme based on this successful format and has created a stimulating and varied agenda. With more than 500 abstracts regularly submitted over recent years ECTS congresses are renowned for their high scientific quality and we expect the Salzburg meeting to be no exception.
We have also noticed an increase in submissions from further afield which shows us that the ECTS audience is definitely spreading well beyond Europe! There will be plenty of opportunities for you to showcase and discuss your work, with a significant proportion of time set aside for oral and poster presentations, which will include poster tours and e-poster options.
For information regarding sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, please contact the Official Organising Office: ECTS Project Manager Gloria Casanova E-Mail: email@example.com
24-26 October 2016, Valencia, Spain
We invite all the participants across the globe to attend the ‘World Conference on Climate Change (Climate Change 2016)’ during Oct 24-26, at Valencia, Spain that includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.
This Climate Change 2016 three days Conference will feature Guest Lectures, keynote Lectures, oral presentations and poster presentations from preeminent government regulators, climate scientists, regulatory compliance consultants, environmental organizations, technology experts, attorneys, and policy analysts.
24 October 2016
We are pleased to announce the final conference of the European Commission‐funded ADVANCE project.
The conference will bring together stakeholders, climate policy experts and scientists to discuss “Deep decarbonization for staying well below 2°C”.
The Paris Agreement reinforced the objective of keeping global temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius, and to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase even further to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
Such low stabilization requires swift action and an almost full-scale decarbonization of energy systems worldwide. Integrated Assessment Models (IAM) help quantifying the requirements for climate stabilization and the implications of international climate agreements in general and the Paris Agreement specifically, including costs, economic impacts, as well as feasibility of the rapid transformative changes they involve at the global and regional scales.
The ADVANCE project performed model developments that allow a renewed and improved assessment of climate change mitigation strategies.
The project also performed a detailed assessment of the INDCs, and explored pathways towards 2°C and 1.5°C stabilization.
The conference will present the results of the project and discuss implications for climate and energy policies, as well as priorities for future research.
25-26 October 2016, Vilnius (Lithuania)
As part of the evidence-gathering process, the High Level Group is organising a multidisciplinary workshop on Cybersecurity - Secure digital identities for the digital single market in Europe.
The outcome of the workshop will contribute to the SAM High Level Group's opinion.
This event will take place in Vilnius (Lithuania) on 25-26 October 2016 and will be hosted by the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences.
Experts from academia, governmental bodies, civil society and the private sector reaching around 75 participants will interactively discuss and respond to a series of questions.
25 October 2016, Brussels, Belgium
Event is focused on the latest research findings on Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB), EU-own taxes, a sustainable tax collection, what defines equal, socially and environmentally sustainable taxation and more and organized by Horizon 2020 research project FairTax.
The FairTax research project produces recommendations on how fair and sustainable taxation and social policy reforms can increase the economic stability of EU member states, promote economic equality and security, enhance coordination and harmonization of tax, social inclusion, environmental, legitimacy, and compliance measures, support deepening of the European Monetary Union, and expand the EU’s own-source revenue bases.
Don't miss this opportunity to take part in discussions on how to create sustainable European tax systems in the future.
21-22 September 2016, Oxford, United Kingdom
The British Institute of Energy Economics (BIEE) Oxford conference is a two day research conference that seeks to understand the drivers of change in energy, both positive and negative.
The conference is aimed at energy analysts, researchers, strategy and policy thinkers from all backgrounds, including industry, academia, research organisations, government, the finance community, NGOs and consultancies. The conference is avowedly international in outlook and attendance. It is the mix of people and perspectives that makes this conference distinctive.
21-22 September 2016, London, United Kingdom
SMi Group is thrilled to present the 5th annual Cancer Vaccines conference, taking place on 21st and 22nd September 2016 in Central London, UK. A
imed at an audience of senior scientists and oncology specialists involved in targeted vaccines and drug research, Cancer Vaccines 2016 will provide a perfect platform to discuss pioneering clinical developments and the next generation of cancer immunotherapy.
21-22 September 2016, Goa, India
Organised by the Indigo Policy and Inno Indigo projects, the EU-India STI Cooperation days bring together researchers, SMEs and policy makers to discuss the latest policy, research and innovation developments in the field of bioeconomy and offer extended networking opportunities.
Discussions will cover four topics:
Registration is free.
19-22 September 2016, Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Biology is an experimental science that is experiencing an explosion of new data. This requires biologists to increase the scale and sophistication of the information technology used for their research.
The conference scope encompasses a wide range of methods for the analysis of these data, including a focus on technologies such as variant-calling, transcriptomic analysis, and variant interpretation, applied to very large genomic data sets. This meeting alternates between Hinxton, UK and Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
22 September 2016, Bonn, Germany
DLR PT and its ERA-Can+ partners are helping European researchers access potential sources of European and Canadian funding.
The information sessions feature presentations of Canadian Funding Programmes open to Europeans, EU/German cooperation initiatives towards Canada and shows best practice examples of EU/Germany – Canadian collaboration.
The sessions are free of charge and open to everyone interested.