2-5 May 2017, Torum, Poland
The School is aimed at PhD students and postdoctoral researchers and consists of a series of interdisciplinary courses on Tissue Optics Super-Resolution Optical Technologies Biomedical Imaging Statistics, data analysis, and classification tools Transferable Skills The School is organized by the Innovative Training Network BE-OPTICAL (H2020 675517) and there is no registration fee.
3-5 May 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands
It is a great pleasure to announce the 27th conference of the European Wound Management Association, EWMA 2017.
In 2017 the conference will offer a more varied mixture of topics within wound healing than ever before within different plenary sessions, key sessions, workshops, focus sessions, full day EWMA symposiums and guest sessions.
The conference offers high level scientific presentations, networking activities and an excellent opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences with international colleagues.
Attend EWMA 2017 to: Gain new knowledge and best practice about the most resent research and treatment in wound management. 91% of the participants at EWMA 2016 said that they could use the knowledge gained in their daily practice.
3-6 May 2017, Valencia, Spain
On behalf of the Scientific and Local Organizing Committees and the MDS Foundation, it is our pleasure to invite you to the 14th International Symposium on Myelodysplastic Syndromes taking place in Valencia, Spain from May 3-6, 2017.
As in previous years, the Symposium will cover all relevant clinical aspects of MDS diagnosis, prognosis, and management as well as the newest data in MDS basic and translational research. The main lectures will be delivered by recognized international leaders but we also expect to include high-level research talks selected from the abstracts submitted by attendees.
4 May 2017, Berlin, Germany
E-Rare, the ERA-Net for Research Programmes on Rare Diseases will organize a workshop on data sharing and harmonization in order to promote these issues in the rare disease research community.
The workshop will take place on the 4th of May 2017 in Berlin, Germany at the Ramada Hotel (Alexanderplatz). The conference sessions will be composed of plenary session, round table discussion and hands on session to discuss the following topics in relation to rare diseases research:
The number of places is limited!
The deadline for registration is 7 of April 2017.
4 May 2017, Berlin, Germany
This is one of the many questions representatives from the European Commission and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy will discuss with highly experienced specialists of the energy sector on May 4th, 2017 during the Berliner ENERGIETAGE (BET, "Berlin ENERGY DAYS”).
After giving an overview of the energy section in the present European Funding Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020, the panel will be open for an in depth discussion on the Dos and Don´ts in European Funding.
The event will be held in German. Registrations for our panel discussions will be open until April 25th, 2017: https://www.energietage.de/details/va/505.html . Participants may send their questions in advance to email@example.com and/or join the discussion actively in Berlin.
8 March 2017, San Sebastian, Spain
The European Commission DG for Research & Innovation and the government of the Basque Country co-organised a workshop during the NANOSPAIN 2017 week, to show-case several pilot projects to stakeholders from industry (medium and large companies, SMEs and start-ups), private investors and other key stakeholders.
More than 70 participants representing pilot project coordinators, SMEs, regional authorities and other relevant stakeholders gathered in San Sebastian on the 8th of March 2017.
The objective of the workshop was to to show-case relevant pilot projects and discuss the ways to engage industry, SMES, public and private investors in dialogue with the consortia that have running Horizon pilot lines projects in the area of Nanotechnology and advanced materials. .
This workshop gave the participants the opportunity to discuss in more details the following issues:
•How to attract private investors to the pilot lines to support future sustainability
•How to foster open innovation by facilitating the access to SMEs to the pilot lines
•How the European Pilot Production Network could support the pilot lines to address common challenges
For additional information, please contact Maria.MORAGUES-CANOVAS@ec.europa.eu
Kursaal Auditorio Palacio de Congresos
Avda de la Zurriola 1 - 20002 Donostia - San Sebastian (SPAIN)
7-8 March 2017, Brussels, Belgium
The ECRA General Assembly 7-8 March 2017 "Climate Change and Vulnerable Regions" is organised by the European Climate Research Alliance in Brussels (Square Brussels Meeting Centre, Coudenberg 3, 1000 Brussels).
This conference will present key challenges in climate research, which are identified in ECRA’s Collaborative Programmes.
This meeting will be a forum for scientists, policy makers and stakeholders from relevant climate initiatives to discuss climate research priorities, most vulnerable regions and opportunities for adaptation strategies, improving collaboration in climate research, advancing integrated science and impact assessments.
6-7 March 2017, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Delegates have unrestricted access to all conference tracks and networking opportunities at this SELECTBIO multi-track event: Epigenetics in DD; Antibodies in DD; Academic DD; Stem Cells in DD.
7 March 2017, Brussels, Belgium, European Parliament
This conference aims to discuss how to create the condition for success to the Motorways of the Sea. It is organised with the support of the Atlantis EU funded project. Atlantis aims to set up a new Motorway of the Sea lines, in the Atlantic Area, between the ports of Brest, Leixoes and Liverpool. The study phase, co-funded by the Connecting Europe Facility program, ends in April. Besides the infrastructure work studies, the project analysed innovative business and funding strategies to cover the start up risks.
On the basis of this discussions, the members of the Intergroup will discuss the measures they foresee to encourage the development of the MoS.
7 March 2017, London, United Kingdom
Guest of Honour: a senior speaker confirmed from HEFCE This seminar will discuss the future shape of the REF (Research Excellence Framework) ahead of its next cycle in 2021, and will be an opportunity to discuss proposals for the design of the next REF in the closing stages of HEFCE’s consultation.
The conference follows the independent review of the REF which called for a broadening of the definition of impact, and for all active research staff in an institution to be submitted as part of the REF process, ending the portability of research outputs if an academic changes institution.