This launch event aims at achieving a shared vision on knowledge-based energy policy development in regions.
PLANDIS - (PLANning geological DISposal of radioactive waste in Europe) aims to communicate and demonstrate a guidance for geological radioactive waste disposal. PLANDIS will be held on 26 May 2015 and will be hosted by the Institute for Nuclear Research Piteşti in Romania.
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.
This workshop, part of the INSPIRE and Geospatial World Forum conference, aims to bring together users and providers of data to discuss the ways in which more accessible and well documented information can act as a factor for sustainable economic growth and regional development, and contribute to the establishment of a Digital Single Market.
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.
The EUBCE is the event in which the members of the bioenergy community can get a broad picture of the situation and trends emerging in today's market.
The Conference provides a high-level scientific programme and parallel events which attract participants from a wide-ranging background: researchers, engineers, technologists, standards organisations, financial institutions, policy makers and decision makers.
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.
This workshop will be of particular interest to researchers performing experimental or modelling work in any aspect of fuel rod behaviour, particularly cladding interactions with fuel and coolant under high sustained temperature, rapid heat-up & quenching conditions like during design basis accident conditions.
The biennial ICRM conference gathers both leading experts and beginners and is providing an opportunity for exchange of information on the development of techniques and new applications of radionuclide metrology, and to encourage international cooperation in this field.
This training course will assist laboratory quality managers and practitioners to understand how to implement the technical requirements of the ISO IEC-17025 in the laboratory in an effective and organised way.