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: firstname.lastname@example.org
19-22 October 2016, Hamburg, Germany
The European Congress of Virology is the premier virology conference in Europe and is organized by the European Society for Virology (ESV). ECV 2016 will bring together both junior and senior scientists, and will cover all aspects of virus research including basic, clinical, veterinary and plant virology.
20-22 October 2016, Lisbon, Portugal
S2M 2016 is a three days conference conjointly organised by the Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon, and The University of Manchester, with a wide variety of plenary and parallel sessions and inspiring keynote speakers, aiming to foster transdisciplinary research and innovation in the fields of manufacturing, design, architecture and construction, with a focus on a new culture of eco-design and innovation, towards smarter and sustainable manufacturing systems.
The European Commission recently adopted an ambitious strategy called Europe 2020 to spur a smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, fostering knowledge, innovation, education and a digital society.
The innovation challenge will drive a global systemic transformation, bringing forward new business opportunities and fostering prosperity in a world of finite resources. A new culture of greater resource efficiency and disruptive innovation will require new technologies, processes and materials.
Moving towards a circular economy is a framework for future transformation, an opportunity to rethink and redesign the future to address today´s fundamental challenges, from how we use natural resources, to the way we design and manufacture products, through recycling and re-use towards a zero-economy waste and society.
S2M 2016 aims at developing a fruitful scientific exchange between academic and professionals with distinct backgrounds and skills, bringing together research, industry and economy professionals to explore and develop new design ideas for a more sustainable future, to identify novel resource efficient solutions crucial to decrease resource dependence and increase system resilience.
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.
18-21 October 2016, Porto, Portugal
The Conference is addressed to the entire Aeronautics community, including Industrial and Research Organisations, SMEs and Academia.
It is intended to cover all topics in Aeronautics and Air Transport, including: Flight Physics, Aerostructures, Propulsion, Flight Mechanics, Integrated Design & Validation, Air Traffic Management, Airports, Human Factors, Innovative Concepts and Scenarios, Aircraft Avionics, Systems & Equipment.
Researchers with a keen interest in those fields will have an excellent opportunity for discussing, networking and creating synergies for future collaborations. The EASN events provide an opportunity for researchers to present their point of view, regarding specific research fields in Aeronautics and Air Transport, to a relative pan-European audience.
The structure of the 2016 Conference will emphasise into the enhancement of synergies between researchers through interactive sessions, therefore the Conference is designed to engage participants to be a part of a discussion rather than passive listeners.
19-21 October 2016, Clermont-Ferrand, France
The objective of this conference is to assess the current challenges Europe faces regarding sustainable development policy, bring together stakeholders from different sectors and address the prospects for further progress in this area.
17-20 October 2016, Prague, Czech Republic
EUSTM-2016 will discuss and showcase latest developments in specific areas of cellular & molecular biology, big data mining & omics sciences, biomarkers & molecular imaging, drug discovery & development, Precision medicine & point of care diagnostics and disease modeling.
The conference will unite scientists, clinicians, world leaders and experts from research institutions, industry, regulatory agencies, policy makers, and governments.
EUSTM-2016 provides the key to future success in global healthcare by addressing current challenges and by highlight novel solutions.
19-20 October 2016, Brussels, Belgium
The TRADEIT and Trafoon Networks invite you to a joint closing conference titled “Open to Innovation: Networks for the support of Traditional Food Sector in Europe”.
This event will share a vision for the future development of the SME food sector in Europe. This vision has emerged from 3 years of regional engagement with SMEs, SME associations and researchers across Europe.
18 October 2016, Brussels
FamiliesAndSocieties (Changing families and sustainable societies: Policy contexts and diversity over the life course and across generations ) is a large-scale collaborative research project in the Seventh Framework Programme. The project addresses the development of families in Europe and the challenges posed by their increasing complexity and diversity. It aims to extend the research terrain and to provide a broader empirically grounded basis for policy making at the European, the national, and the local level by addressing the causes and consequences of family change, reflected in changing parental and gender roles, vulnerabilities, and new patterns in intergenerational relationships in families and societies in Europe. The project seeks to contribute to policy frameworks promoting well-being of families and sustainable societal development.