9-11 September 2013, Nice
The "ICT for sustainable places" conference and exhibition will be organized from September 9 to 11, 2013 in Nice (France) by the RESILIENT FP7 project.
This international conference and exhibition, benefitting from the support of the European Commission and the European Construction Technology Platform (ECTP/E2BA) is meant to be an open research forum, offering a key opportunity to manufacturers, service providers, research laboratories, standard development organizations, urban planners, etc. to meet and network, share information, assess outcomes from the most advanced projects, discuss possible synergies, envision possible standards evolution, etc. The event particularly aims at fostering collaborations between FP7 projects involved at the crossroads of ICT, energy and construction, addressing sustainability and energy efficiency at building, district, and city levels. Parallel workshops on Energy Efficient Building (eeB) will be organized under the aegis of the European Commission on the occasion.
23 August 2013, Beijing, P.R. China
The OpenChina-ICT project, supported by the European Commission (DG CONNECT) through its FP7 research-funding programme, aims at significantly contributing to the facilitation of ICT related research cooperation between Europe and China. The 2nd OpenChina-ICT Thematic Workshop on Internet of Things and Future Internet will be held on August 23, 2013 at Park Plaza Hotel in Beijing Science Park in co-location with iThings2013 (http://china-iot.net/iThings2013.htm) organised by IEEE from August 20-23. The draft agenda has been released featuring the participation of Chinese and European Experts from the EU-China IoT Advisory Group as well as EU-China FP7 projects specialised on IoT and Future Internet. The workshop will also include parallel thematic sessions during which working groups will strive to thoroughly discuss sub-themes and identify possible cooperation projects Do not miss this unique opportunity and join us in Beijing on August 23 to participate in this major event devoted to the debate and policy developments on EU-China cooperation on Internet of Things & Future Internet. Registration is free of charge but compulsory due to room capacity constraints, visit the event webpage to find out more: http://openchina-ict.eu/project-events/2nd-thematic-workshop.
19-23 August 2013, Basel, Switzerland
The ISEE (International Society for Environmental Epidemiology), ISES (International Society of Exposure Science), and the ISIAQ (International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate) invite you to the 2013 conference in Basel, hosted by the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (SwissTPH).
The conference aims at presenting recent scientific achievements in the field of exposure science and environmental health from all relevant disciplines and covering a broad range of topics.
It is the place where scientists from all continents will meet. This is the first-ever joint conference of three leading scientific societies dedicated to improving public health.
The conference will feature – among other issues – the following key topics:
11 August 2013, Copenhagen
The ESOF 2014 calls for proposals for the Science-2-Business Programme and the Career Programme are now open. The Science-2-Business Programme will include sessions on innovation, entrepreneurship and business development. The Career Programme will deal with career issues for researchers at all stages. Both calls will close on August 11, 2013.
25-28 July 2013, Dublin
Dublin’s annual festival of science & culture with FREE events for families to take place from 25 – 28 July 2013. 2012 saw a unique year long celebration of science in Dublin as over 600, 000 people took part in Dublin City of Science 2012 celebrations. Although that year may be over a brand new Festival has evolved from the energy and excitement it generated.
The Festival of Curiosity, Dublin’s annual Festival of Science and Culture, will take place for the very first time this year from 25-28 July. The Festival will provide new opportunities for adults, families and children to come together and experience a hands on adventure in science, play and curious technology. The Festival will transform Dublin’s City Centre into a fun filled curiosity hub for four days in July, with free day-time events for families & children, accompanied by an evening programme of interactive science debates, discussions and shows that will intrigue and challenge the most curious of minds.