Navigation path

calendar

(Picture by DafneCholet
Some rights reserved)

RSSNew Events - most recently added events appear first in this feed. There is also a feed for past events.

There are lots more events (in the area of molecular life sciences) on the EMBO calendar


Suggest an event

If you would like an event to be listed in the calendar, you can suggest an event by filling in the form.

Please note that it must be relevant to the Research and Innovation activities of the European Union.

You can use the same form to request a change to an existing event.


Events by theme

You have disabled Javascript. This means that the tabs above do not do anything and the page is longer than with Javascript since it shows future and past events at once (though only five of each per page). For a shorter, simpler, tabbed version of the page, enable Javascript again.

You are here: Events > 2013 >
Last update: 11 April 2014

Events earlier this year

Events 21-24 of 155 – Page:
6

International Conference on Corporate Sustainability and Eco-Innovations

18-19 November 2013, Warsaw, Poland

The conference will bring together scholars from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives interested in advancing research on corporate sustainability and eco-innovation. It should provide a forum for business and academics to grapple with some of the most pressing problems facing businesses all over the world, and the new horizons coming from business to fill a wide range of expectations concerning sustainable development and eco-innovation.

 

For a link to this event only, use the event permalink


5th Annual Baltic Energy Summit

13-14 November 2013, Helsinki, Finland

Building on the success of our 2012 forum which was sponsored by Gasum, Rodl & Partner, Eesti Gas, ABB, Fortum and Vopak, our 5th annual event will once again unite key players from across the energy industry, both from private and public sectors, tackling these key questions and other issues facing the development of the Baltic Energy market.

The event will also address the bankability and viability of energy projects for private sector investors, including expert scrutiny of the risks and challenges from a range of international professionals, in addition to industry analysis and perspective from the leading regional energy companies. Whether you’re looking to enhance your presence in the Baltic market, investing

For a link to this event only, use the event permalink


India-EU workshop II Monsoon and ocean variability, climate change and sea level variations

11-13 November 2013, Kochi, India

Nansen Environmental Research Centre India (NERCI) is organising a workshop as part of the Indo-European Research Facilities for studies on marine ecosystems and climate in India (INDO-MARECLIM), project of the EU FP7, to discuss the current status of scientific work on monsoon and ocean variability in the context of global warming and climate change and to explore possibilities for collaboration in the future. Enrolment limited to 35 participants both from EU-India.

 

Links

For a link to this event only, use the event permalink


COMPASS final conference

13 November 2013, Rome, Italy

COMPASS (Optimised CO-Modal PASSenger Transport for reducing carbon emissions) will held its final conference “ICT for co-modality: the way forward” in Rome on 13rd November 2013 for presenting its results and focusing on ICT solutions for co-modality.

COMPASS started in November 2011, and looked at the existing information available on passenger journeys in Europe, drawing extensively on work that has been undertaken in previous European-funded projects. Existing sources of information and data have been used to identify and describe the key trends in mobility patterns in the 21st century, based on current and future passenger needs. Existing sources of travel survey data have been exhaustively researched, with a particular focus on the role of ICT in data collection and management, and recommendations will be made on improving data collection in passenger transport to meet future needs. COMPASS is in the process of identifying ICT-based solutions that have the potential to improve co-modality in passenger transport and these potential solutions will be assessed through a number of case studies. The assessment of ICT solutions for improved co-modality is being based on a framework that emphasises the contribution of each solution to reduced carbon emissions. There will also be an investigation into how best to present solutions for improved co-modality to those stakeholders in transport operations and planning who will be responsible for their implementation, to ensure the best possible take-up of recommended solutions. Finally COMPASS will derive conclusions and recommendations for national and EU transport policy and actions.  The final conference in Rome will present some of the project's key findings as well as present some of the most interesting solutions found, and will seek feed-back from the representatives of policy makers and other stakeholders as well as researchers and the transport industry.

Documentation

For a link to this event only, use the event permalink


Events 21-24 of 155 – Page:
6