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2015 International Conference on Information Processing and Control Engineering (ICIPCE-2015)

17-19 April 2015, Moscow

The conference will be a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Information Processing and Control Engineering.

It will provide opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.


Brain Conferences 2015: Bridging Neural Mechanisms and Cognition

19-22 April 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark

The goal of the conference is to examine the possibility of identifying a small set of bridging laws linking neuronal codes to identified cognitive computations. We specifically focus on how the brain represents and manipulates quantities, probabilities, objects and symbols, and uses them to perform high-level cognitive inferences and confidence judgements.

Application for the conference is now open. Early registration deadline: 22 January 2015 Regular registration deadline: 16 February 2015

Registration includes abstract submission and poster presentation 


Climate Change and Coastal Adaptation Day

20 April 2015, Bologna, Italy

The purpose of the event is to boost a participatory roadmap for climate-smart development of coastal areas, in the spirit of the overall aim of the EU Adaptation Strategy (2013) that "is to contribute to a more climate-resilient Europe".

The workshop brings together scientists, public authorities and coastal managers, private consultants and constructors to present the key challenges induced by climate change.

The day is organised by the University of Bologna and supported by the Climate-KIC through ASTER.

Attendance is free, but registration is mandatory. 


Project Management and Administration in Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions

21 April 2015, Helsinki, Finland

The training provides a basic understanding of project management and administration issues in H2020 MSCAs.

The focus of the day will specifically be on Innovative Training Networks (ITN), Individual Fellowships (IF) and Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE). The training can be followed via webcast

Please note the start is 9.30 Finnish time, so 8.30 CET if you are following the webcast.

Kindly register here for the event and webcast by 13 April.


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The Atlantic - Our Shared resource. Making the Vision Reality

16-17 April 2015, Brussels

The implementation activities of the Galway Statement on Atlantic Ocean Research Cooperation, signed in May 2013 by the EU, Canada and the United States of America, and launching an Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance, are moving to a new exciting stage. This event will be the launch pad for all the 'Galway Statement follow-up projects' funded with the first Horizon 2020 Blue Growth calls - the main financial instrument on the EU side to make the Galway Statement commitments reality. 

Commissioner Moedas will open the event together with two ministers and three ambassadors. Please see the draft programme below for further details.

Documentation


UMRIDA Workshop on Uncertainty Quantification

15-16 April 2015, Delft, Netherlands

The focus of the UMRIDA workshop on Uncertainty Quantification (UQ) lies on the application of UQ techniques to test cases with a large number of simultaneous uncertainties.

Organized within the activities of the UMRIDA project (http://www.umrida.eu), the overall objective of the workshop is the assessment and application of UQ methods capable of fulfilling the following quantitative objective, which can also be regarded as a challenge to all workshop participants: "Development and application of UQ methods for a large number of uncertainties (~10) within an acceptable CPU return time of 10 hours on no more than 100 cores parallel processors."

Submission of abstracts is now open until March 1st. One page abstracts should be sent to: uq-workshop@umrida.eu


27th DIA Annual EuroMeeting

13-15 April 2015, Paris, France

The DIA's Annual EuroMeeting is global in scope and attracts well over 3,000 professionals from more than 50 countries. It brings together professionals from the biopharmaceutical industry, contract research and service organisations, academic research centres, regulatory agencies and health ministries as well as delegates from patient organisations. This convergence affords participants the opportunity to network with professional colleagues from around the world.


Conference on Complex Networks and Climate Variability

11-12 April 2015, Vienna

The complex network paradigm is a fruitful tool for understanding complex systems in various areas of science. Over the last years, the research field of ‘Climate Networks’ (i.e., the application of complex network tools to climate science) has produced many novel results that have improved our understanding of complex climate phenomena.

These range from predicting the El Nino/Southern Oscillation, seasonal changes in the monsoon regions, early warning indicators of climate transitions and descriptions of ocean circulation coherence. In addition, many new tools and theoretical results have been generated which facilitate the network analysis and the interpretation of the results as applied to climate data. 

 

The conference will be held in Vienna (Hotel Mercure Wien City), the weekend just before the European Geosciences Union 2015 General Assembly


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