26-27 November 2012, Brussels
SPREAD is planning a one-of-a-kind gathering that seeks to bridge the gaps between sustainability, lifestyles, entrepreneurship and policy uncovering unique opportunities for innovation, collaboration, and action. The 2-day highly interactive conference will present, for the first time, the EU Sustainable Lifestyles Roadmap and Action Plan to 2050.
The roadmap, the final outcome of the SPREAD Sustainable Lifestyles 2050 European Social Platform project, outlines opportunity spaces (for policy, business, innovation, design, civil society, citizens, and research) to foster, enable and accelerate more sustainable living practices across Europe which are critical to achieving Europe’s 2020 strategy.
22-24 November 2012, Leipzig, Germany
With its combination of trade fair, specialist programme , practical demonstrations, award ceremonies and special presentations, Denkmal has developed an extensive service for exhibitors and visitors that enables the communication of knowledge, the exchange of experience and specialist discussions.
21-22 November 2012, Isle of Elba, Italy
The ARGOMARINE project has developed and tested an integrated system for monitoring the marine traffic and pollution events due to carriers/commercial ships as well as recreational boats through environmental-sensitive sea areas.
At this final event the ARGOMARINE researchers will present the new developed strategies and technologies to ensure safety of navigation in the Mediterranean basin.
20-22 November 2012, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
The 2nd European Conference on FLOODrisk Management will explore research advances in flood risk analysis and innovations in flood risk management practice. The conference will consider all aspects of flood risk and will cover the causes of floods, their impacts on people, property and the environment, and portfolios of risk management measures.
15 November 2012, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium
Current Lubrication Systems in turbine engines are based on architectures and technologies that have not significantly evolved over the last thirty years.
New technologies are required to face the challenge of the future engine requirements.
The overall objectives of FP7 project ELUBSYS is to research, develop and validate a new architectural approach towards the design of high performance aircraft Lubrication Systems with the aim of reducing fuel and oil consumption.
After 3.5 years of work the project is now reaching to an end, the ELUBSYS partners will present their main results during an open workshop on the 15th of November 2012 in Spa-Francorchamps Belgium.
Everyone from the European Aeronautic industry is welcome to attend the event.