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The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
The conference in hosted by the Regional Government of Andalusia and will bring together experts, policy makers and EU, national and regional representatives.
The ninth GeoTHERM will be taking place in its meanwhile successfully established form at 5th + 6th March 2015. Within eight years the combination of trade fair and congress has become Europe's leading event for geothermal energy. This is where the dynamics and quality standards of shallow and deep geothermal energy can enjoy a perfect setting. Our IET colleagues, Andreas Uihlein and Bergur Sigfusson, will be giving a presentation and promoting JRC's latest report "JRC Geothermal Energy Status Report 2014".
The main objective of the workshop is to present the use of Neutron Resonance Densitometry (NRD) as a non-destructive analysis (NDA) technique to characterise nuclear materials.
The workshop is an attempt to establish a dialogue with interested EC actors within research and innovation policy in order to test new narratives in the innovation policy discourse.
The aim of this workshop is to explore how technology transfer activities can be used as a mechanism to help EU industry, particularly manufacturing SMEs, to adopt new advanced and clean manufacturing technologies.
The AGMEMOD (AGriculture MEmber states MODelling) model is used in the context of policy impact assessments. This workshop gathered AGMEMOD partners, modelling and market experts, and policy makers from the Western Balkan region and the European Union with three main objectives:
Following up on the mandate of the "European Science and Technology Network on Unconventional Hydrocarbon Extraction" and as announced during its launch event in July 2014, the two Working Groups will hold their first meetings.
Meeting of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive Expert Network on Contaminants on the Review of the Commission Decision 2010/477/EU.
Place: Hotel Europa, Ispra
Contact: Georg Hanke and Victoria Tornero (JRC Water Unit)
Workshop 'Can implementation of the Water Nexus support economic growth in the Mediterranean region?', hosted by the JRC and the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock and the Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs from Turkey, took place on 12-13 February 2015 in Ankara, Turkey.
The workshop aims to bring together technical experts representing providers of reference data from enlargement and integration (E&I) countries which belong to the Danube region, and thus fall within the scope of the Danube Reference Data and Services Infrastructure (DRDSI). The DRDSI is an infrastructure that the JRC is establishing in order to facilitate access to reference data for macro-regional development.