25 May 2011, Brussels
The BEMOSA Consortium has the pleasure to announce an open workshop on applying human factors to airport security. The workshop will discuss the implications of such applications on the operation, legislation and training of airport employees as well as venues for further research.
The BEMOSA Consortium would like to invite all relevant stakeholders to present the results-to-date and in particular to present the principles of social networking applied to airport security.
24 May 2011, Oslo
The course is arranged for young researchers/PhD students in the field of catalysis and material synthesis. The main focus is catalyst preparation, characterization and separation, but should also be a valuable supplement for researchers focusing on catalyst testing. it has been organized by SINTEF for the EU project, OCMOL.
Registration extended to May 9th, 2011
19-20 May 2011, Budapest
ICT Proposer's Day 2011 is a two-day event featuring networking and partnership building for calls 8 and 9 of the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), offering more than one billion euros of EU funding. The event will take place on 19-20 May 2011 in Budapest hosted by the Hungarian Presidency of the European Union.
Registration for the event is now open free of charge!
12-13 May 2011, Brussels
The conference will take stock of the recent achievements in health related research leading to personalised medicine and will aim at identification and prioritisation of future actions needed at the European level, bringing together European and national – level policy makers, industrial and academic researchers, patients, clinicians and other stakeholders.
The Commissioners for Research and Innovation, Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, and for Health and Consumers, John Dalli, will both participate.
12-13 May 2011, Warsaw
The main theme of this year's conference is Delivering the Innovation Union. The conference plenary sessions will focus on some of the major architectural issues and programme features of the Commission’s Innovation Union proposals.
The conference includes a keynote speech from Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science.