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The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
This series of six e-talks on Smart Specialisation Strategies (S3) for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will summarize and explore the theoretical background as well as the methodological and practical applications of including the sustainability dimension in the traditional S3 concept.
Models are extensively used to analyse the environmental, economic, and social impacts of policies.
The European Commission makes use of models throughout the policy cycle.
Our online conference brings together researchers and policymakers to identify common challenges and solutions when using models to support policymaking.
The course will be held at the INSTN site in Marcoule and addresses the general dismantling process as well as the main regulatory, organizational and technical aspects that govern it. Different methodologies are presented in response to the specific challenges of nuclear decommissioning.
To know more about the programme, cost and application procedure please visit the dedicated INSTN webpage!
In this course, participants receive a general introduction to:
The 15th Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan) conference will take place in Bled, Slovenia on 25-26 November 2021.
The conference will be co-organised by the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the European Commission.
This year’s hybrid conference will bring together high level speakers, policy makers, industry, researchers, academia and general public on important energy related topics in the new post-COVID policy realities.
This Big Data for Migration Alliance (BD4M) event is a space to reflect on how data innovation can concretely help to improve evidence on migration for policymaking.
It brings together experts in governments, international organisations, the private sector, and civil society.
Due to current COVID-19-regulations, in-person participation will mostly be limited to speakers and co-organisers.
The JRC Week on Composite Indicators and Scoreboards is an annual event during which local and international policy makers, academics, think tanks, and practitioners in a wide range of fields learn from best practices and showcase their capacity to inform policies through the use of indicator systems that summarise multidimensional concepts.
The second session of the DIGCLASS seminar series on intergenerational social mobility and vote will take place next Tuesday, November 30th from 15.00 to 16.00 (CET) in an open-access online format. Below you can find all the details and the link to the session.
The workshop "Digital Transformation, Data and AI in the Western Balkans" aims to investigate how digital technologies, data and AI influence changes in our societies. Europe's ambition is to become the world-leading region for developing and deploying cutting edge, ethical and secure AI, as well as to promote a human-centric approach in the global context. It is also important for the Western Balkan regions to adopt and benefit from these emerging technologies.