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.
29-30 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.
30 June - 1 July 2016, Glasgow, Scotland
Each year the UK Research Office (UKRO) organises a two-day Annual Conference aimed primarily at European Liaison Officers, European research managers, Research Councils and policy makers.
The 2016 edition of the UK Research Office (UKRO) Annual Conference will take place at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) in Glasgow, Scotland on Thursday 30 June and Friday 1 July 2016.
The focus of the Conference will be on the current hot topics concerning EU research and innovation funding. In particular, a reflection on the first two and a half years of Horizon 2020, implementation, upcoming opportunities and policy developments, as well as a forward look to include the continued integration of innovation.
The comprehensive programme invites a number of excellent speakers to inform and stimulate fruitful discussions with conference participants.
5-7 July 2016, Heidelberg, Germany
This conference is a new international forum to bring together the key influencers, policymakers, and stakeholders from academia, industry and the professional bodies who will shape and implement how career-long continuing professional development is managed in the future.
It will encompass career-long continuing professional development for both the academic and industry sectors.
22 June 2016, Infopoint Europa, Brussels
The workshop will present the preliminary findings of three EC funded social sciences and humanities projects, which investigate various aspects of transition in countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The project Arabtrans focuses on the transformations of the region in general, while the projects Power2Youth and SAHWA address the role of the youth, including youth engagement, cultures, youth exclusion and prospects for youth-led changes in the region.
For registration (approval depending on available space), please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Closing date for registration is 15 June 2016.
17 June 2016, Brussels
The CertifHy Project Consortium develops the first EU-wide guarantee of origin (GO) scheme for green hydrogen. The objectives of this initiative are to define a widely acceptable definition of green hydrogen, design a robust GO scheme for green hydrogen and propose a roadmap to implement the EU-wide GO scheme for green hydrogen.
In the context of the European Sustainable Energy Week the CertifHy Consortium presents their project results and discusses the draft road map in the workshop “Roadmap for the first EU-wide Guarantee of Origin scheme for Green Hydrogen".
All specialists from energy, transport and environment sectors are cordially invited. Please register by sending an e-mail to Magali.firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.certifhy.eu for more information.
17 June 2016, Stockholm
ERA-Can+ promotes cooperation between the European Research Area and Canada in science, technology and innovation (STI) with a broad range of activities and on several levels: policy dialogue, programme cooperation and researcher mobility.
With their information sessions in Europe and Canada, ERA-Can+ partners are helping Canadian researchers access potential sources of European funding and vice versa.
The Centre for Social Innovation together with the trade commissioners at the Embassies of Canada in Sweden and Vinnova invite you to an ERA-Can+ Information Session in Stockholm, Sweden.
16-17 June 2016, Nice, France
Innovative City, the largest international gathering dedicated to Smart Cities is returning to the Côte d’Azur for its 5th edition on June 16 and 17, 2016.
The minds behind the connected cities of tomorrow will be there to present their most recent innovations with regard to Smart City.
Notable presenters include ABB, Alstom, Bosch, Bouygues, Cisco, Engie, IBM, JC Decaux, Orange, Schneider Electric and Veolia as well as regional specialists in energy Wit and Valenergies.