27-30 June 2016, Berlin
The ‘Marine Microbiome – Discovery & Innovation’ is a unique event which brings the worlds of industry and science in the field of marine biotechnology face-to-face in a format designed to facilitate the sharing of experiences.
The latest discoveries and innovations from the academic world will be shared with industry with the aim of generating new commercial opportunities.
Likewise industry is invited to share with academia the challenges and opportunities for viable commercialisation in this area, exploring emerging needs and avenues for future innovation. This conference is the place to be to find out about the treasures of the marine microbiome and to talk to the right people and extend your network.
Representatives from industry, politics and academia are invited to come together to discuss effective transfer of novel research discoveries in the field of marine biotechnology. All delegates will be provided access to the Brella networking tool, which matches up people with similar interests, making networking time more efficient and productive.
Attractions include: a plenary programme with key figures from the sector informing you about the latest trends and main issues; an interactive industry exhibition featuring MaCuMBA ‘hardware’; science-industry round table discussions; moderated panel discussions and one-to-one meetings.
29 June 2016, Brussels
Digital transformation presents a new set of challenges that require novel approaches to integrate new technologies including internet of things, cloud computing, cybersecurity and big data.
Engage and learn how senior level executives are making the digital shift in the energy, manufacturing and transport sectors.
29-30 June 2016, Valencia, Spain
Vision2020: The Horizon Network will hold its second Climate Helix Event at University of Valencia Botanic Garden, on 29th and 30th June, kindly hosted by Institute for Ceramic Technology (ITC-Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica) and Climate KIC Spain.
The objective of the event, which is free to all attendees, is to promote networking between researchers and business representatives in order to form consortia for the forthcoming Horizon 2020 funding opportunities.
29 June 2016, Brussels
The objective of this event is to discuss the role of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) in helping researchers to develop their careers outside academia, and in business in particular.
In the morning, representatives of EU institutions, MSCA fellows, businesses and universities will discuss intersectoral mobility of researchers and contribute to strengthening the programme.
The afternoon session will provide "Tips and Tricks" on MSCA and in particular on the new "Society and Entreprise" Individual Fellowships panel launched on 12 April 2016.
The event will also feature an exhibition and networking area with businesses, researchers and universities organisations.
9 June 2016, Brussels
This seminar will address the recent policy developments and programmes to facilitate Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) cooperation between Europe and Japan. A report will be presented on joint and Japanese research programmes that could facilitate Europe-Japan cooperation.
In addition, three key Japanese research funding agencies will present various tools and programmes open to European researchers, companies and organisations. There will also be a presentation on the outcomes of the EU-funded JEUPISTE project.
6-9 June 2016, Amsterdam
Join us in Amsterdam for the 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, the leading international platform for dialogue between research, industry, policy and biomass businesses.
The EUBCE represents one of the key events on both a European and global scale for companies and professionals operating at the top end of the biomass and bioenergy sector. Held in a different city each year for over 30 years, the EUBCE has successfully combined a highly renowned international scientific conference with an ever-growing industry exhibition, thus rightfully earning its place as one of the world’s most influential biomass sector events.
9 June 2016, Crete Island, Greece
Dedicated TOICA full day minisymposium presenting final project achievements will take place on Thursday 9, June during the ECCOMAS Congress, 5 - 10 June 2016 Crete Island, Greece.
Presentations and demonstrations will show how TOICA contributes to delivering thermally optimised architectures by developing new trade-off mechanisms, new pyramids of models enabling earlier and more reliable assessments, new methods for more robust and deeper integration of functions, better management of exchanges with the supply chain and finally, new capabilities enabling architects to explore more agilely the design space.
These presentations will be based on the demonstrations performed during the TOICA final Plateaus (May 2016) animated by thermal architects and experts, during which the benefits associated with the TOICA results will be assessed and measured.
7 June 2016, Brussels
Be part of this conference and learn how to make the most of your bioeconomy R&I results. The conference will give you insights on how to improve the exploitation aspects of a research project proposal to fully exploit all of the opportunities brought by its results. Funding opportunities and consortium building will also be addressed.
Why participate? To have the opportunity to practice setting up a proposal with other researchers in a neutral setting. Develop a proposal idea together with other researchers allowing you to practice implementing exploitation strategy and putting together a consortium for the creation of competitive proposals. The event will also offer the opportunity to interact with researchers and find new contacts in the area of bioeconomy. Scope Presentations of strategies for exploitation plans, consortium building and funding opportunities and exchange with other researchers.
For more information and updates about the conference, please check the ProBIO website or contact Emma Holtz at firstname.lastname@example.org or +46 (0) 10 516 66 69.