Past events

  1. 16 Apr 2015
    17 Apr 2015

    A workshop organised by the JRC together with the University of Birmingham will explore the education and training needs in nuclear decommissioning.

  2. 16 Apr 2015
    17 Apr 2015

    In 2014, the European regional branch of the UN Global Geospatial Information Management (UNGGIM Europe) was set up. One of its main objectives is to build harmonised reference data for Europe, in order to contribute to sustainable development goals.


    The efforts of EU countries in the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive are a useful starting point for setting out to achieve the UNGGIM Europe objectives. However, EU legislation is not mandatory in Eastern European partnership countries, whose specificities need to be taken into account.

  3. 12 Apr 2015
    17 Apr 2015

    The EGU General Assembly 2015 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you in Vienna!

  4. 13 Apr 2015
    17 Apr 2015

    The JRC hosts the meetings of two working groups of the European Electronic Communications Committee (ECC). Fifty delegates from EU and non-EU countries meet in Ispra to discuss a variety of technical radio regulation matters .

  5. 15 Apr 2015
    16 Apr 2015

    The fundamental knowledge and the awareness gap which exists within many key policy areas is indeed a major barrier to the implementation of both EU policy, and technology. Although the importance of this issue is recognised, the investment of manpower and finances remains relatively small compared to the investments in technology development, which is often never implemented due to public discourse. Engaging the general public requires a better understanding and communication among the economic, political, social and scientific actors.

  6. 15 Apr 2015

    The JRC is organising the side event "New Remote Sensing of the Global Human Settlement" within the second session of the Preparatory Committee of Habitat III conference.
     

    The event will disseminate the results of the new Global Human Settlement Working Group (GHS WG) of the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) regarding the fine scale global mapping of human settlements with open satellite data.

    The GHS WG is committed to support the following processes:

  7. 9 Feb 2015
    9 Apr 2015

    The duration of this two-month exercise will allow all participants from 22 National Air Quality Reference Laboratories from the EU Member States, Switzerland, Norway, Russia and Serbia to sample PM on filters during a wider range of pollution and meteorological periods.

  8. 8 Apr 2015

    JRC scientists give a seminar on "Using Counterfactual Impact Evaluations (CIEs) for the Youth Employment Initiative (YEI)" as part of the ESF Evaluation Parnership Meeting.

    The purpose of the seminar is to discuss YEI interventions amenable to CIE as well as the data collection arrangements needed to make CIE a reality during this programming period. Part of the talk is also devoted to presenting examples of evaluations dealing with related youth employment policies.

  9. 30 Mar 2015
    31 Mar 2015

    This two-day high level conference will provide an important forum for experts, scientists, diplomats and policy-makers to promote progress towards enhanced nuclear safety, security, safeguards and non-proliferation.

  10. 27 Mar 2015

    Sir Mark Walport, UK Government Chief Scientific Adviser (UK GCSA) will give a lecture based on the first annual report of the UK GCSA - Innovation: managing risk, not avoiding it.