Events

  1. 10 Sep 2015

    Food Futuring Tours is a participatory experience which aims at re-imagining food in the XXI century, collecting ideas, visions and imaginaries about the future of food and food of the future, and the possible social – inclusive of ethical and cultural aspects – and environmental impacts of them coming from the great Universal Exposition 2015  in Milan, entirely dedicated to the theme.

  2. 14 Sep 2015
    18 Sep 2015

    The summer school targets professionals with experience in intellectual property management and technology transfer.

  3. 15 Sep 2015

    This event is co-organised by the JRC,  the European Parliament Committe on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE), and Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA).

  4. 1 Oct 2015
    2 Oct 2015

    The European Commission JRC-IPTS is organising the 5th European Conference on Corporate R&D and Innovation CONCORDi 2015 next 1-2 October 2015. The conference will focus on industrial research and innovation: evidence for policy. It will discuss the role of scientific analyses in the design and implementation of an EU industrial policy based on research, innovation and technological advancement.

  5. 25 Nov 2015

    The PREDICT Conference 2015 will discuss the transformation of the ICT industries and their R&D and its impact on the economy. It will also address how European ICT industries stand vis-à-vis their competitors in the global market. It will bring together around one hundred industry representatives, analysts and policy makers to present their interpretation of the above issues and to discuss the role of European policies.

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  6. 4 Jul 2016
    8 Jul 2016
    The school will illustrate the motivations to conduct sensitivity analysis (SA) on simulation models and offers an accessible treatment to the techniques used in global sensitivity analysis. The programme will begin with the first principles of sensitivity analysis and will guide the students through the full range of recommended practices with exercises and application examples.
     
    The scientific programme will include: introduction to SA and overview of techniques, sensitivity analysis vs.