5-7 March 2014, Sofia, Bulgaria
Save the Planet Exhibition and Conference encourages the technology transfer to the South-East European market, which is in major need of advanced equipment in the waste management, recycling and environment sectors. It will provide participants with a quick market entry opportunity – they will meet face-to-face new partners and customers searching for innovative products & services needed to achieve their waste minimization and recycling goals.
5-7 March 2014, Sofia, Bulgaria
The SEE Solar exhibition will gather manufacturers, installers, investors, designers, consultants and end-users from the Region, Central and Western Europe. In line with recent trends the 2014 highlights will be the building-integrated photovoltaics and autonomous solar systems in industrial and residential buildings, energy storage products, as well innovative home appliances, the application of which willl enhance the competitiveness of the regional economy.
6 March 2014, Paris, France
La coopération internationale est un enjeu transversal majeur d’Horizon 2020, programme européen ouvert aux équipes de recherche du monde entier.
Le Ministère de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche (M.E.S.R.) organise une réunion nationale d'information sur la coopération internationale dans Horizon 2020, le 6 mars 2014 à Paris de 14h à 17h30.
L'objectif de cette rencontre est de permettre aux acteurs concernés de s'informer et de se préparer aux appels à projets.
3 March 2014, Brussels
This interactive information event organised by the European Commission is your chance to discover the SME support toolbox under Horizon 2020 and to learn how to make practical use of it. Special guest: Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science.
27 February 2014, Florence
COEURE - COoperation for EUropean Research in Economics - is a project intended to bring together the key stakeholders in the European economic research space - scientists from the different strands of economic research in Europe, economic policy makers, and funders of economic research - and which, by a process of stocktaking, consultation and stakeholder involvement, is aimed to formulate an Agenda for Research Funding for Economics in Europe.
It is framed within the European's Commission Horizon 2020 initiative, the next European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, Social Sciences and Humanities Area. Consequently, the main objectives of COEURE are to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the European research in economics and to map the frontiers of economic research, assessing the European contribution to these frontiers and evaluating its potential to contribute to the policy issues on the European 2020 Agenda.
Therefore, COEURE will be investigating how economic research addresses the following crucial policy issues on the European political agenda. In order to do so, it will produce a series of surveys on the different policy issues. Surveys will be focused around 12 main topics: (these topics might be included in a link and not directly in the page, in order to make it shorter)
The COEURE Project will hold its first Executive Committee Meeting on the 27th of February in Florence, Italy. This meeting is aimed at bringing together the project's partenaires and discussing these objectives, as well as the scope and the methodologies of this cooperative project.