European Research Area
Food, agriculture and fisheries, and biotechnology
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
Key Enabling Technologies
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
New materials and new production technologies
SME - Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
Science with and for Society
Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities
Joint FISA and EURADWASTE 2013 conferences
14-17 October 2013, Vilnius, Lithuania
FISA 2013, a conference on research and training in reactor systems and EURADWASTE '13, a conference on radioactive waste management will be held in parallel from 14 - 17 October 2013 in Vilnius, Lithuania. These events are co-organised by the European Commission and the Lithuanian Ministry for Education and Science, under the auspices of the Lithuanian Presidency of the EU.
Gathering together some 600 key stakeholders in the domain, joint opening and closing sessions will facilitate in-depth discussion on issues and policies in research and development programmes in both reactor systems and radioactive waste management in Europe. There will also be ample opportunity for more domain specific and interactive sessions under the separate FISA and EURADWASTE banners.
6th Balkan Energy Finance Forum
16-17 October 2013, Zagreb, Croatia
With growing energy demands and outdated power systems, the Balkan and Southeast European region is in chronic need of energy infrastructure investment. From generation capacity through to energy use, the full supply chain needs to be developed and strengthened.
The region has huge renewable energy potential, including Wind, Solar, Biomass and Hydro, as well as access to favourable fossil-fuel markets. Can this need and potential be matched and realised? Croatia will join the EU in 2013 and Serbia is making clear progress towards accession, so what will this mean for regional energy markets? Will investment be more favourable or will increased legislation have an effect? Following the success of our 2012 event which attracted over 200 attendees from over 25 countries, our 6th Annual Balkan Energy Finance Forum (BEFF 2013) will again unite key players from across the energy industry, both from private and public sectors, tackling key issues facing the development of the energy market. Focus will be paid to national and regional energy policy and the mobilisation and allocation of public and private funds. Although offering an insight into the regional energy market, our 2013 forum will provide a focused analysis of the opportunities in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency projects.
The Big Debate: How will new technology affect the business of the future?
16 October 2013, London
Over the last decade, the way we do business has evolved significantly. Technology has altered the shape of our businesses and had a dramatic impact on our personal lives. The crossover between the two is greater than ever, with the Cloud and mobile technology ensuring that we're always online, always connected. Things will continue to change as new technological innovations become available. What do you think will change the way we do business, or alter our society? Join Fujitsu and our guest panel at The Big Debate to discuss the future of technology and business innovation, and help to raise money for the homelessness charity Shelter.
11-13 October 2013, Lisbon
iMed is an health conference taking place in Lisbon, Portugal in 11-13 October 2013, organized by the Student's Association of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of NOVA University with the patronage of his Excellency the President of the Portuguese Republic.
In this edition, iMed gathers internationally recognised doctors and scientists, 3 of them former Nobel Prize laureates, who will discuss scientific topics related to important areas such as Gene Therapy, Oncology, Neurodegeneration, Cardiac Regeneration and HIV. Also, the participants will be given the opportunity to win two 5.000€ grants to continue their research project through the Fundação AstraZeneca Innovate Competition.
Every Classroom a Future Classroom - iTEC maintreaming conference
10-11 October 2013, Brussels
This strategic conference for 200 invited delegates will look at the challenges involved in up-scaling and mainstreaming innovative teaching and learning practice in order to make every classroom a future classroom. The conference will demonstrate results of the EC-funded iTEC project. Join senior policy makers from 30 Ministries of Education, decision-shapers in regional authorities and teacher educators from across Europe in the debate.