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European Biofuels Technology Platform - 6th Stakeholder Plenary Meeting

14-15 October 2014, Brussels, Belgium

The EBTP 6th Stakeholder Plenary Meeting (SMP6) - Biofuels for Low Carbon Transport and Energy Security - will take place at the Diamant Conference Centre, Brussels, on 14-15 October 2014. The meeting will start around midday on the 14th and conclude in the early afternoon on the 15th, with the aim of maximizing opportunities for networking and discussion.

The SPM6 Speaker Programme can be found on the website. Entrance to SPM6 is free for all European biofuels stakeholders from industry, academia, research organisations, common interest groups or other associations with an interest in biofuels production and use. The conference capacity is limited to 200 participants and attendance is subject to successful registration. You can register via this link: http://www.biofuelstp.eu/forms/spm6regform.html


Research & Innovation for a Circular Economy in European Regions

15 October 2014, Brussels

Under the patronage of the Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Representation of the Region of Lazio and RTD I.2 "Eco-Innovation" are organising a one-day conference titled “Research & Innovation for a circular economy in European Regions”.

The conference is taking place in Brussels on Wednesday 15th October 2014. The aim of the conference is to provide an overview on circular economy and to inform on the European policies and programmes which are supporting Research and Innovation in this field. The conference will be held in the premises of the Lazio Representation and will be attended mainly by representatives of European Regions (invitation-only event). 


Second #H2020 coordinators' day - everything you need to know about the preparation of your grant agreement

13 October 2014, Charlemagne building, Brussels

What's next after you received the message that your proposal was successful? The event on 13 October 2014 will provide all details on the preparation and signature of your grant agreement. It will take place in the Charlemagne building in Brussels from 9.30 to 17.00.

It is mainly meant for coordinators of proposals who were invited to prepare a grant agreement. Other participants may be accepted subject to the availability of seats. Registration (first-come first-served) is via https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/events/cf/h2020-coordinators-day-2/register.cfm. You will also be able to follow the event online at https://scic.ec.europa.eu/streaming/index.php?es=2&sessionno=b0d6951563a26ffeb2405a9653b3b422. Be aware that this webpage will only become available at the beginning of the event.

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Urban Futures: Squaring Circles: Europe, China and the World in 2050

10-11 October 2014, Lisbon

The event focuses on the need to imagine a sustainable future for cities – exploring advances in long-term thinking for sustainability, futures studies and strategic planning. The conference is organised around:

 

2 core themes:

  • ‘Scenarios for Cities of the Future’;
  • ‘People and Societies in Future Cities’

 4 thematic threads:

  • Forward Thinking Methods;
  • Governance in Future Cities;
  • Future of Resources;
  • Future of Urban Systems.

 

The event is organised as part of URBACHINA FP7 project, and in collaboration with the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

 

The conference abstracts and proceedings can downloaded at this link: http://www.ufsc2050.ics.ul.pt/?page id=400


Towards Inclusive Employment and Welfare Systems: Challenges for a Social Europe

9-10 October 2014, Berlin

In October 2014, six FP7 research projects - COPE, FLOWS, IMPROVE, INSPIRES, LOCALISE and WILCO - are organizing a conference to explore current social trends in Europe as well as the effect of social investment or active inclusion-oriented policies - where they exist - on patterns of social inclusion and exclusion.

The Inclusive Europe Conference offers six thematic workshops intended as a platform for in-depth discussions and joint publication opportunities as well as for encouraging the development of joint perspectives.

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