The European Reference Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection (ERNCIP), in close collaboration with the Directorate General for Migration and Home Affairs, is organising a "pilot course for Mid-Career Security Managers in Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience".
The Joint Research Centre, in Geel is organising a workshop to present the main outcome of a European project to develop improved methods of measuring Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) that are present in non-nuclear industries. This can help regulators to come up with realistic regulations and industries to invest in the most suitable type of measurement equipment.
This presentation argues that in order to understand Big Data and its societal consequences, a combination of ethical and epistemological analysis is needed as certain ethical implications – e.g., related to issues of anonymity and privacy – can only be properly assessed if the underlying epistemic practices – e.g., new ways of re-identification and de-anonymization – are recognized and taken into account.
On the timely occasion of World Refugee Day, this event will bring together policy makers, analysts and researchers from the European Commission, other EU institutions, European and international organisations, think tanks and academia to launch the European Commission's Knowledge Centre on Migration and Demography.
The Google Earth Engine (GEE) User Summit 2016 will bring together researchers and educators in GIS and remote sensing technologies who have been using Google Earth Engine, or are interested in learning how to use Google Earth Engine for planetary-scale cloud-based geospatial analysis.
Energy is indeed the most popular priority selected in smart specialisation strategies across Europe, with over 2/3 of all EU regions choosing at least one energy-related priority. From the perspective of Cohesion Policy, effective uptake of funds related to innovation in energy will be a crucial element of this pillar, as well as the actual implementation of the smart specialisation strategies.
How do young people see themselves as agents of change? Selected for their diverse expertise and leadership qualities, the Young Leaders will engage you to improve and challenge their visions for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
Many Intellectual Property platforms have been created with various degrees of success but no widely recognised institution exists that can help owners wanting to sell or license their Intellectual Property or support buyers in identifying IP that they may be interested in purchasing.
This state of affairs perpetuates a situation in the Intellectual Property market in which costs are high and deals are made only following extensive negotiation (often on the basis of non-transparent price structures).