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Events

This last plenary meeting (21-23 February) will be combined with a day centred around policy, on 24 February
Feb 21 2017
Feb 24 2017
Matera
(IT)

The last plenary project meeting of the CASCADE (CAtastrophic Shifts in drylands: how CAn we prevent ecosystem DEgradation?) project (the project period runs until end June 2017) will held in Matera (Italy) from 21-23 February, with a day centred around policy on 24 February 2017. Key policymakers from EU and other European organisations will participate in the policy forum.

Further information is available on the CASCADE project website

Workshop on investment vehicles and financial instruments supporting technology transfer and innovation
©EU, 2017
Mar 01 2017
Mar 02 2017
Belgrade
(RS)

The JRC is organising a workshop which will focus on financial instruments as support to innovation and tech transfer projects in the Western Balkans countries and, in general, in the Danube region. The event will take place on the 1st and 2nd March in Belgrade (Serbia).

Logo S3PS2E
Mar 08 2017
Brussels
(BE)

Within the context of Smart Specialisation (S3), the 2017 Conference on Synergies between Horizon 2020 and ESIF is intended to raise awareness among relevant stakeholders of (1) the progress in exploiting the synergies between Horizon 2020 and ESIF and (2) practical bottlenecks emerging when implementing the available tools for synergies between funds.

Mar 09 2017
Mar 10 2017
Rome
(IT)

The second scientific seminar of the Knowledge Centre for Disaster Risk Management: Science for Policy and Operations will take place in Rome, Italy, on 9-10 March 2017 and will gather around hundred inter-disciplinary experts on disaster management, early detection, forecasting, warning and risk assessment of natural and man-made disasters, in both the fields of civil protection and humanitarian aid.

Mar 09 2017
Brussels
(BE)

The delicate interplay between ensuring protection of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and fostering knowledge circulation will be at the core of the workshop 'IPR, Technology Transfer & Open Science: Challenges and opportunities' . The event, jointly organised by JRC and DG Research and Innovation, will take place on 9th March in Brussels.

Ulrike Felt - Academic Citizenship: What is a rightful place for society in science?
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Mar 09 2017
Mar 09 2017
Ispra
(IT)

Over the past two decades we have been witnessing in the European context a growing concern about how societal actors might perceive research and innovation and the degree to which they support both. This has come hand in hand with a rising call for researchers themselves to become more responsive (and thus responsible) towards society and engage in a more direct manner with citizens, their concerns, values and knowledges – i.e. we could describe this as a call for researchers to develop a stronger sense of “academic citizenship.”

Mar 16 2017
Mar 17 2017
Brussels
(BE)

The European Union has provided significant funding for research projects dealing with the impact of extreme events on critical infrastructures. Following the recommendation of the European Commission, the projects have established a technical dialogue. As several projects ended recently or will be concluded in the coming months, it is timely to disseminate their results, collect feedback from stakeholders and put forward common recommendations.

Mar 20 2017
Mar 22 2017
Ispra
(IT)

This workshop, which will be held on the JRC-Ispra site, will address issues regarding how local/regional modelling results can be upscaled (or applied) to the European scale. The workshop also serves as a follow-up of recent JRC modelling developments and published maps on soil erosion by water and wind. The workshop will focus on how various project or local/regional modelling applications can improve “know-how” at the European scale. Emphasis will also be given to management practices that can reduce soil erosion.

May 16 2017
May 19 2017
Ispra
(IT)

The JRC's Chemical Safety and Alternative Methods Unit, which incorporates the EU Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM), is organising a JRC Summer School from the 16-19 May 2017, at the JRC Ispra site, on the topic of "Alternative Approaches for Risk Assessment". The overall aim is to provide comprehensive training on state-of-the-art alternative (non-animal) approaches to predictive toxicology and to promote their use within modern chemical risk assessment practice.

Jun 04 2017
Jun 09 2017
Stresa
(IT)
SPLG2017, is a forum for exchanging ideas and recent research among scientists around the world involved in solving theoretical and practical problems of separating gaseous, liquid isotopic and non-isotopic mixtures, non proliferation and safeguards as well as needs in enriched stable isotopes.

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