11-13 October 2013, Lisbon
iMed is an health conference taking place in Lisbon, Portugal in 11-13 October 2013, organized by the Student's Association of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of NOVA University with the patronage of his Excellency the President of the Portuguese Republic.
In this edition, iMed gathers internationally recognised doctors and scientists, 3 of them former Nobel Prize laureates, who will discuss scientific topics related to important areas such as Gene Therapy, Oncology, Neurodegeneration, Cardiac Regeneration and HIV. Also, the participants will be given the opportunity to win two 5.000€ grants to continue their research project through the Fundação AstraZeneca Innovate Competition.
10-11 October 2013, Brussels
This strategic conference for 200 invited delegates will look at the challenges involved in up-scaling and mainstreaming innovative teaching and learning practice in order to make every classroom a future classroom. The conference will demonstrate results of the EC-funded iTEC project. Join senior policy makers from 30 Ministries of Education, decision-shapers in regional authorities and teacher educators from across Europe in the debate.
9-11 October 2013, Milano, Italy
In the frame of EASN knowledge and innovation dissemination activities, this Workshop organized by the EASN Association offers the Aeronautics community a forum to present, discuss and give an updated state of the art of the research in Aerostructures in Europe and also to present new ideas and innovative concepts for future research and projects. The Workshop is co-organized by Politecnico di Milano and will take place in the Bovisa Campus of the Politecnico di Milano.
9-10 October 2013, Brussels
The EUTRAIN conference aims at gathering the European and global scientific, policy making and business communities to discuss themes and instruments for the promotion of future international cooperation in the field of transport research. Specific objectives of the conference are:
• To jointly identify priorities and collaboration opportunities in surface transport (road, rail, waterborne and cross-modes) between the EU and the USA, the Asian Pacific Region, the BRICS countries, the Latin America and the Mediterranean Countries;
• To review the EUTRAIN project recommendations and deliver additional ones, on ways and means of moving forward future EU supported international cooperation activities in the field of transport research;
• To consider innovative support and funding mechanisms for international cooperation activities.
Programme and registration are available here.