3 May 2016, Brussels
The BAMB - Buildings As Material Banks - Project Consortium has the pleasure to invite you to the launch of its Stakeholder Network. The EU-funded H2020 BAMB project brings 16 parties throughout Europe together for one mission: enabling a systemic shift in the building sector by creating circular solutions.
Today, building materials end up as waste when no longer needed. To avoid destroying ecosystems, increasing environmental costs and creating risks of resource scarcity, the building industry needs to move towards a circular economy – and BAMB will provide the tools.
The first BAMB Stakeholder Network meeting will introduce you to the project agenda and provides you with the opportunity to get involved by joining the Stakeholder Network.
5-8 May 2016, Granada, Spain
The Psychonomic Society is the home for scientists who study how the mind works. Members of the Society are experimental psychologists among whose numbers are some of the most distinguished researchers in the field.
Many of us are concerned with the application of psychology to health, technology and education, and many of us use converging methods such as neuroscience and computational science to achieve our research goals.
This international conference is one of several new initiatives being launched by the Psychonomic Society and it is already promising to be an exciting meeting as being collaborating with the Spanish Society for Experimental Psychology (SEPEX) and the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), to ensure that the best of European and North American Experimental Psychology will be on show.
10-11 May 2016, Sophia Antipolis, France
On 10-11 May 2016 in its Headquarters in Sophia Antipolis, ETSI will hold a workshop on the subject “From Research To Standardization” in the context of the EU's H2020 programme.
The workshop will support researchers in disseminating and exploiting their results through ICT standardisation. It serves as a platform for research consortia to be informed about standardisation plans and to address a wider community to find supporters and allies.
10-12 May 2016, Barcelona, Spain
The 2nd European Stroke Conference (ESOC 2016) features a comprehensive series of keynote lectures, symposia, teaching courses and various workshops, covering the entire field of stroke management, prevention and recovery.
Participants will benefit from the unique opportunity to network with colleagues from around the world, attend a variety of interactive educational sessions, and learn about the latest scientific research and developments from leading international speakers, all in a stimulating environment.
5-7 April 2016, Barcelona
The summit will examine a wide range of relevant topics, such as new learning models, fundraising strategies, alumni relations, the search for alliances and international partners to undertake innovative projects or boost the impact of research, knowledge transfer, and community outreach.
The event will feature speakers from leading international institutions and stakeholders in education from around the world. It will be a forum for discussion and reflection, where participants can meet each other and jointly address future challenges, sharing ideas and strategies and putting the role of institutions on a global stage.
4-6 April 2016, Baltimore, MD, USA
Nanotech-2016 is a gathering of researchers, leading scientists, engineers and technology developers in nanotechnology to exchange information on their latest research and innovation.
Nanotech-2016 covers all the topics in nanotechnology.
It is an excellent event for students to meet and discuss with lead researchers. The conference provides a unique opportunity to discover innovation in the area of nanotechnology and new business developments.
5-6 April 2016, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
This forum will discuss the implementation of the Africa‐EU Research and Innovation Partnership on Food and Nutrition Security and Sustainable Agriculture.
It is being organised by the Bureau of the Africa‐EU High-Level Policy Dialogue on Science, Technology and Innovation, in collaboration with a group of Africa‐EU projects and initiatives which support this policy dialogue.
In 2014 the HLPD Bureau commissioned a group of African and European experts to prepare input to a roadmap towards this Africa‐EU R&I partnership. The completed roadmap will be submitted to senior officials for endorsement.
5 April 2016, Amsterdam
This event will look into the present and future of intellectual property boundaries in chemistry research and will debate questions such as: Which model for peer-review publishing? Who owns research data and how to share it? Which approach is better for creating innovative products and services?
Together with researchers, publishers, EU and government officials EuCheMS intends to build bridges between all concerned and to provide answers to questions.