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Horizon 2020: WP 2018 - 2020 Transport Info Day - REGISTER!
13 December 2017, EC Charlemagne Building, Rue de la Loi 170, B-1049
EC services responsible for transport research - DG RTD, DG MOVE and DG CNECT - in collaboration with INEA, are organising an information day to present the new Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2018-2020 in the area of transport research and innovation.
The event will take place in the morning of 13 December 2017 in Brussels. It will address potential applicants to the 2018 calls for project proposals under the Horizon 2020 challenge 'Smart, green and integrated transport' . Presentations will cover the whole Work Programme 2018-2020, application procedures and will provide detailed information on the calls 2018.
The event will be streamed in real time and a webstreaming link will be available 48 hours before the event via a dedicated link (to be activated at a later stage).
Registration is compulsory and free of charge.
Due to the limited number of seats available, only one representative per organisation will be accepted. To secure your seat, register ASAP!
The Info Day will be followed by the ETNA2020 Networking and Brokerage event to take place in the afternoon at the same venue.
For this latter, please register separately at: https://www.b2match.eu/h2020transportcall2018/
Stay tuned and follow #H2020TransportInfo for more info, networking and partner search!
2nd COLUMBUS Annual Conference 2017 "Achieving Impact from Marine Research"
7 November 2017, Brussels, Belgium
The 2nd COLUMBUS International Blue Society Knowledge Transfer Conference will take place in Brussels on 7 November 2017.
An international forum to bring together actors interested in sharing best practice and learning about initiatives and sectoral progress in Knowledge Transfer.
This conference will offer an opportunity to collaboratively explore the barriers, challenges and possible solutions to achieving the impact potential of marine and maritime research, at all stages of the funding cycle.
Training on the COLUMBUS Knowledge Transfer methodology will be available, targeted towards EU staff and funding agencies. ABOUT The COLUMBUS project intends to capitalise on the European Commission’s significant investment in marine and maritime research by ensuring accessibility and uptake of research Knowledge Outputs by end-users: policy, industry, science and wider society.
COLUMBUS will ensure measurable value creation from research investments contributing to sustainable Blue Growth within the timeframe of the project.
Managing socio-cultural factors during emergencies in public transport systems
21-22 September 2017, Rome, Italy
The IMPACT project will held its Final Dissemination Event "Managing socio-cultural factors during emergencies in public transport systems" in Rome (Italy), 21-22 September 2017.
IMPACT is a CSA of the European Commission investigating the key role played by cultural factors in managing safety and security issues related to emergencies in public transport systems.
The final event will bring together experts, researchers, practitioners and relevant stakeholders in the different transport domains, including service providers, first responders, law enforcement and national and international regulators.
Keynote speakers, like Gert Jan Hofstede and Marcel Altenburg, will provide the impetus for a discussion on current research trends in socio-cultural aspects relevant for ensuring safety and security in modern transport hubs.
The event will also host a panel session dedicated to introducing the LETS-CROWD H2020 project, recently started.
H2020 Waterborne Research Conference
8 June 2017, Brussels
The European Commission, supported by INEA, is pleased to announce the 'H2020 Waterborne Research Conference', that will be held in Brussels on Thursday 8 June 2017.
This is your opportunity to learn about Horizon 2020 research supporting safe, competitive and sustainable Waterborne transport.
High level key notes will shed light in the policy framework while all Waterborne transport research, supported to date within "Mobility for Growth", will be concisely and clearly explained by the researchers themselves, followed by an opportunity for questions and discussion.
This is your chance to discover the latest developments concerning Waterborne transport research supported by Horizon 2020, expected impacts and how results can be used for policy-making.
What are you waiting for? Participate, meet the researchers, ask questions, discuss and network!
To register, please contact: RTD-WATERBORNE-CONFERENCE@ec.europa.eu
We look forward to welcoming you in Brussels!
European Maritime Day 'The Future of our Seas'
18-19 May 2017, Poole, The United Kingdom
The European Maritime Day (EMD) is the annual meeting point for Europe’s community of maritime professionals to come together, exchange knowledge and forge the partnerships needed for joint action. It was created in 2008 by the EU institutions in order to provide a forum for people from different areas of the ocean economy, from the world of science, from public government and administration to showcase their activities, learn from each other, discuss cross-cutting issues and develop joint visions.
The main event of EMD is the" European Maritime Day Conference", held in a different region with a different theme each year. This year, the 2-day conference will take place in Poole with the title "The Future of our Seas". As in previous years, all interested stakeholders are invited to get actively involved in shaping the event. EMD 2017 will focus on four themes: (1) Safety & Security, (2) People & Skills, (3) Innovation & Growth and (4) Sustainability & Governance.
More detailed information will be posted soon: stay tuned!