Events

  1. 28 Oct 2015
    29 Oct 2015

    The main objective of the workshop is to allow Serbia to compare the actions identified in this specific field with the ones defined by the EU Member States within the definition of the EU CBRN Action Plan.

  2. 18 Sep 2015
    19 Sep 2015

    The JRC is co-organising a two-day workshop on the Water-Food-Energy-Ecosystems Security Nexus, to be held in the CNR Research Area MI1 (18 September 2015) and the EU Pavillion on the EXPO site (19 September 2015).

  3. 31 Aug 2015
    10 Sep 2015

    The objective of the Summer School is to provide the attendees with a comprehensive overview on satellite navigation, starting from the structure of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), their signals, the processing of observations in a GNSS receiver and finally the determination of the user Position Velocity and Time (PVT) solution.

    The program is open to graduate students (with a first university degree), Ph.D. candidates, early-stage researchers and young professional willing to broaden their knowledge.

  4. 2 Jul 2015
    3 Jul 2015

    The JRC and the DRIVER Consortium Partners are organising the 6th JRC European Crisis Management Laboratory (ECML) Technology Workshop related to the analysis and testing of Tsunami Decision Support Systems.

  5. 3 Jun 2015

    The event will focus on raising awareness of the benefits of standardisation from the research and innovation process by examining the transfer of research results and outcomes of innovation activities into standardisation.

  6. 27 May 2015

    In preparation for the Euro-Mediterranean Ministerial Conference on Blue Economy to be held in autumn 2015, stakeholders of the Union for the Mediterranean will hold an event "Towards a Roadmap for Blue Investment and Jobs in the Mediterranean'' on 27 May 2015 in Athens. 

  7. 27 May 2015
    29 May 2015

    The workshop addresses European urbanization typologies and global urbanization trends and challenges from the point of view of reference data available, policy requirements, spatial planning recommendations and case studies.

    The event aims to bring together planners from international and national practice, from academia and policy, to discuss how new mapping tools can inform the design of spatial planning, and promote best practice, bridging the urban/rural spectrum.