• Better use of Antibiotics • Breaking the optical transmission barriers
• Materials for clean air • Collaborative Spectrum Sharing • Food scanner
5-6 June 2013, Budapest
This year's Smart Cities Annual Conference will be a unique occasion for cities and solutions providers to meet and discuss the future shape of the European urban landscape.
The programme of the Smart Cities Annual Conference is rich and diversified: it alternates keynote speeches with workshops and networking sessions. The first day is fully devoted to discussing Key Innovations among the relevant stakeholders: technology providers on one side and cities as users on the other, with particular attention to matchmaking possibilities. The second day focuses instead on discussing achievements and developments of the Platform itself.
4-6 June 2013, Brussels
Are you an SME currently developing innovative solutions to improve road infrastructure? If so, then come and exhibit your latest research and innovation results free-of-charge at the first Road Infrastructure Innovation Expo to be held in Brussels on 4-6 June 2013 within the scope of the Infravation programme.
We have just launched this call for exhibitors, which will be open until 15 March 2013. All research fields are welcome addressing the theme of “Advanced and Innovative Construction and Maintenance”.
The objective of this Expo is threefold:
An exhibition space of up to 6 m² will be provided free of charge for SMEs who submit a successful proposal. Proposals from partner countries of Infravation are particularly encouraged : Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Spain, Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands, Norway and the United States of America. All you have to do to apply is complete the application form at http://www.fehrl.org/?m=373 and send it to email@example.com, FEHRL Events Officer, by Friday 15 March 2013.
The Expo will begin with an opening cocktail on the evening of 4 June and be organised in parallel with the FEHRL Infrastructure Research Meeting (FIRM13) conference (see http://www.fehrl.org/?m=369), which also features the theme of “Advanced and Innovative Construction and Maintenance”.
6 June 2013, Florence, Italy
Systems Biology is a stimulating field of application for computer scientists, mathematicians, physicists and a promising resource for biologists. The aim of this workshop is to gather researchers in formal, mathematical, probabilistic and computational methods that are interested in the convergence of Computer Science, Computational Science and Life Sciences.
4-6 June 2013, Brussels
With the theme of "Advanced and Innovative Construction and Maintenance", FIRM13 will feature sessions on infrastructure innovation, implementation and maintenance, including adaptation to climate change, knowledge transfer and asset management. The programme will also include sessions with innovation funding agencies and others, as well as a workshop on barriers to market uptake.
This key event, which is free of charge and in English, will gather more than 250 transport infrastructure innovation and research experts, including European and national policy makers, leading industry, standardisation agencies, SME's and the media.
Contact Isabelle Lucchini, Events Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about FIRM13 and we look forward to seeing you there!