We are doing science for policy
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.
The JRC-managed Smart Specialisation Platform is organising a workshop on Monitoring for Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3) built on the peer-review methodology. It is organised in co-operation with MOSTA (Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre).
The Energy Storage Global Conference offers a unique opportunity to industry, researchers and policymakers to exchange views on key issues for the storage sector. Representatives from around the world will come together for three days to discuss the latest developments in energy storage technologies, regulatory and policy development and the future storage market.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) organises the VI RHOMOLO Workshop in Seville. It brings together researchers from all over Europe to discuss themes related to modelling and regional and territorial analysis.
This annual workshop is an occasion to scan the scientific horizon to explore future avenues of research and to exchange views with leading experts on features that we have developed in our models and notably in the domain of labour markets.
The JRC Week on Composite Indicators and Scoreboards is an annual five-day event.
Local and international policy and decision makers, academics, think tanks, and practitioners in a wide range of socio-economic fields learn from best practices and showcase their capacity to inform policies through the use of indicator systems that summarise multidimensional concepts from social rights and social trust to innovation and competitiveness.
L'Institut National de Sciences et Techniques Nucléaires (INSTN) organise un cours ELINDER G3 sur l'"Initiation au démantèlement des installations nucléaires". Cette formation a pour objectif de décrire le processus général du démantèlement et les principaux aspects de la réglementation. Et notamment:
• Identifier les différentes techniques, procédés et méthodologies mis en œuvre.
• Se situer dans les exigences et les contraintes en matière de sûreté, sécurité, environnement et radioprotection.
The reduction of CO2 emissions from road transport is a political objective of the European Union.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) has been supporting the European Commission in the conception, formulation and implementation of relevant EU policies.
The Sustainable Transport Unit of the JRC has organised a dedicated two-day workshop to introduce participants from enlargement and integration (E&I) countries to the two main tools developed by the JRC in the support of policies in the field: VECTO and CO2MPAS.
In this course, participants receive a general introduction to
The course will be open to a maximum of 30 qualified and selected participants.
The workshop is organised by the Joint Research Centre, the European Commission's science and knowledge service, in collaboration with the Technology Park Ljubljana Ltd.
The event aims to provide policy makers and innovation practitioners with knowledge and training/practical insights in setting up successful start-up platforms with support programmes strengthening regional/national innovation ecosystems.
The financial and economic crisis that started in 2008 still has effect on our lives.
Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, to what extent have we managed to increase the resilience of the financial system?
The 1st Annual Conference of the JRC Community of Practice in Financial Research (CoPFiR) will deal with the
It will also try to identify future challenges to financial stability.
This two-day event