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Publication of ESOF2016 calls for Careers and Science to Business Programmes
1 June - 31 July 2015, Manchester, UK
Over the six days of 22-27 July 2016, Manchester will host the Euroscience Open Forum 2016 " Science as Revolution". ESOF is the biggest pan-European science platform where researchers, journalists, policy makers, students and organisations can meet and debate European research and global challenges.
The ESOF2016 calls for Careers and Science to Business are now open. The deadline for session proposals is 31st July 2015 at 23:00 pm CET.
Third Hellenic Forum for Science, Technology & Innovation
29 June - 3 July 2015, Agia Paraskevi, Athens, Greece
The 3rd Hellenic Forum for Science, Technology & Innovation is taking place in Athens, Greece from Monday 29 June until Friday 3 July 2015 at the Campus of the National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos". The Forum will cover a broad range of topics including ICT, Nanotechnology, Energy & Environment, Life Sciences and Accelerator Technologies for Society.
Under the Auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this poly-thematic conference aims to act as a meeting point for Science, Technology and Innovation attracting scientists of the Greek Diaspora and world class experts who will discuss global scientific developments.
Inequality in the 21st Century
2-4 July 2015, London
SASE is an international, inter-disciplinary academic organization. The academic disciplines represented in SASE include economics, sociology, political science, organization studies, management, psychology, law and history.
In July, SASE will organise a series of mini-conferences based around a selected number of focused themes:
1: Continuity and Change in National Systems of Collective Bargaining in a Context of Crisis
2: Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2
3: Employers’ Organizations, Business Interest Representation, and Employer Collective Action
4: Inequalities in Youth Labor Transitions
5: Inequality: Drivers, Impacts, and Policies
6: Inequality of What?: Social Monitoring and the Difficult Choice of Analytical Concepts and an Implementable Metric
7: Mixed Market Economies in the Recession: The Issues of Growth, Employment, and Equality
8: Multinational Firms: Labor, Management, and Society
9: Rule Intermediaries in Domestic and Transnational Regulation
10: Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches
11: Social Coalitions, Political and Economic Crises, and Diversity of Capitalism
12: The Foundational Economy
13: The Politics of Egalitarian Policy
14: Transnational Trade Unionism and MNCs: Building New Capabilities to Reduce Inequalities
15: Uncertain Futures in Economic Decision Making
Our Common Future under Climate Change
6-10 July 2015, Paris, France
This four-day conference will be the largest forum for the scientific community to come together ahead of the 21st UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP21), which will be hosted by France in December 2015 (“Paris Climat 2015”). Building on the results of IPCC 5th Assessment Report (AR5), the Conference will address key issues concerning climate change in the broader context of global change. It will offer an opportunity to discuss solutions for both mitigation and adaptation issues. The Conference will also welcome Side Events organized by different stakeholders.
The conference is organized under the umbrella of ICSU, Future Earth, UNESCO and major French research institutions, with the support of the French Government.
During the event, the European Commission will present 2 parallel sessions:
- Post-2030 decarbonisation pathways in Europe
- European Collaborative Research and Innovation for Climate Action
For more information on the sessions, click here.
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Servicize it! - SPREE Concluding Conference - Policy Packages in the Water, Mobility and Agri-food Sectors
12 June 2015, Brussels Belgium
During the conference, the SPREE partners will present the results of the 'Servicizing' case studies in the Water, Mobility and Agri-food sectors, conducted in six European countries. Policy Packages will be shared through dynamic and interactive panels with a focus on policymaking in the sectors.
The conference will highlight the practical application of the Policy Packages by focusing the discussion on real-life challenges and barriers policymakers are facing, as well as on opportunities that have arisen throughout the process.
Venue: Rue du Champ de Mars, 21 Brussels – Belgium
Metro: Porte de Namur
European Training School and Conference on Organic Photovoltaic Stability
4-11 June 2015, Cargèse, Corsica, France
ESOS combines 3 events: scientific conference, training sessions and networking. Leading Scientists from industry and academia, and young Fellows will be brought together in a jovial environment to identify, share the very latest scientific and technical progress in OPV development, and nail immediate future targets.
ESOS goals are to strengthen new scientific collaborations for the development of polymer-based organic photovoltaics (OPVs); facilitate meetings between extremely skilled OPV cross-science Fellows and future employers; and train young scientists in scientific communication. It is about interdisciplinary science for OPV stability!
10-11 June 2015, Brussels
In these days – 10-11 June - the EU-CELAC summit is taking place. European, Latin American and Caribbean leaders are discussing how to strengthen the relations between the two regions, and how to ensure a common prosperous, cohesive and sustainable future for societies and citizens.
ENGOV - a collaborative research project between Latin American and European researchers funded by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Innovation – investigates the obstacles and possibilities for sustainable production systems in the region. Watch their inspiring video interviews presenting their final research findings here: http://www.engov.eu/en/audio-and-video.html.
ATLANTIC FUTURE – a collaborative research project including actors from both sides of the Atlantic – is an innovative project mapping trends, perspectives and interregional dynamics between Europe and the Americas - as well as Africa. Listen to their interesting interviews with experts talking about how to think about cooperation in the Atlantic area: http://www.atlanticfuture.eu/contents/view/what-do-experts-think-of-the-atlantic.
DESAFIO - a collaborative research project between European and mainly Brazilian researchers – tackles one of the major challenges facing Brazil, Latin American and Caribbean countries more broadly in the twenty-first century, namely eradicating structural social inequality in the access to essential water and sanitation services. Read their interesting policy briefs here: http://desafioglobal.org/documents/policy-briefs/.
Opportunities in Science and Innovation Collaboration between Canada and Austria
9 June 2015, Vienna, Austria
The Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) as Austrian Partner of the ERA-Can+ project in cooperation with the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) will present opportunities for collaboration in Horizon 2020, EUREKA and other European and Canadian programmes. The Guide for Europeans to Canadian Programmes will be presented to the participants.
You can register here
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