11-15 April 2011, Brussels, Charlemagne building
Growing year on year and now into its fifth edition, the European Union Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is the reference event for sustainable energy issues in Europe. To date more than 120 events are already planned during the Week in Brussels and some other 270 across Europe. And this number is growing by the day.
EUSEW 2011 is likely to attract more than 20 000 participants from across Europe and beyond. The Week will largely focus on energy efficiency and renewable energy sources in Europe with a significant portion of the programme dedicated to the European energy market and smart electricity grids.
The European Commission will present information on European research in the Charlemagne building.
30 March - 1 April 2011, Madrid (Spain)
The sixth Aerodays will take place from 30th of March to 1st April 2011 in Madrid, following its successful predecessors that took place in Brussels (1991), Naples (1993), Toulouse (1997), Hamburg (2001) and Vienna (2006).
The event will bring together aeronautics stakeholders, ministries, agencies and R&D centres from all over Europe and overseas to network, present their latest research results and to discuss common future R&D projects.
Organized by CDTI (Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology in Spain) and the European Commission (Directorate General for Research), Aerodays 2011 will provide a perfect opportunity to present and disseminate information about EU-funded RTD results, and will be in line with the EU goals creating a Single European Sky, a European Research Area and of finding innovative approaches to sustainable aviation in a global environment.
23 February 2011, San Sebastián (Spain)
TECNALIA is honored to inform you about the celebration of the VULCAN Industrial Seminar which will be oriented to the final project presentation and dissemination of the findings of the European project VULCAN (vulnerability analysis for near future composite/hybrid aerostructures: Hardening via new materials and design approaches against fire and blast due to accidents or terrorist attacks.