EU Science Hub

Past Events

Dec 04 2014
Dec 05 2014
Genoa
(IT)

This Conference, convened by the Italian EU Presidency, aims at gathering stakeholders, transport professionals and policy makers from the different transport modes, to assess the future needs for transport safety, and identify priorities for activities in Horizon 2020 and beyond.

Dec 04 2014
Dec 05 2014
Brussels
(BE)

The JRC and the Met Office are jointly organising a seminar on ‘Disaster Risk Management: Science for Policy and Operations’, which will address two key areas; the use of science in risk management, as input to the planning phase, and to the preparedness phase through Early Warning Systems (EWS). The first seminar in 2012 identified a small number of targeted areas where partnerships for knowledge sharing could benefit national and European level services to give positive impacts for communities at risk.

Promoting the conservation and sustainable use of Arctic biodiversity
©2014 Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA)
Dec 02 2014
Dec 04 2014
Trondheim
(NO)

The Arctic Biodiversity Congress, organised by the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) working group of the Arctic Council and the Norwegian Environment Agency (Miljødirektoratet), aims to promote the conservation and sustainable use of Arctic biodiversity through dialogue among scientists, policy-makers, government officials, industry, civil society and indigenous peoples.

Global Soil Biodiversity Conference Global Soil Biodiversity Conference
Dec 02 2014
Dec 05 2014
Dijon
(FR)

The first Global Soil Biodiversity Conference, organised by the Global Soil Biodiversity Intitiative and the EcoFINDERS project team, will be held from 2-5 December 2014 at the Palais des Congres, Dijon, France.

The Conference aims to synthesise and incorporate the scientific knowledge on the provision of vital ecosystem services by soil biodiversity into management and policy plans. It includes keynote speakers from all over the world, and will include sessions on:

The UNFCCC 20th Conference of the Parties aims to produce the first draft of a universal new agreement on climate change
©UNFCCC
Dec 01 2014
Dec 12 2014
Lima
(PE)

The 20th annual session of the Conference of the Parties (COP) to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the 10th session of the Meeting of the Parties (CMP) to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol (the protocol having been developed under the UNFCCC's charter) will be held from 1 to 12 December 2014. COP 20/CMP 10 will be hosted by the Government of Peru, in Lima, Peru.

Nov 30 2014
Dec 01 2014
JRC-IET Petten
(NL)

November/December 2014, 1.5 to 2 days, (exact date still to be defined)

The proposed workshop focuses on methods to characterise the mechanical properties of materials and components by experimental and numerical means.

Image of the Trevi Fountain in Rome with conference info COMPIE conference, Rome 27 - 28 Nov 2014
©EU, 2014
Nov 27 2014
Nov 28 2014
Rome
(IT)

The aim of the conference is to discuss developments in counterfactual methods applied to the impact evaluation of policy interventions, with a focus on employment, social and education policies.

Image of the Trevi Fountain in Rome with conference info COMPIE conference, Rome 27 - 28 Nov 2014
©EU, 2014
Nov 27 2014
Nov 28 2014
Rome
(IT)

The aim of the conference is to discuss developments in counterfactual methods applied to the impact evaluation of policy interventions, with a focus on employment, social and education policies.

Nov 27 2014
Nov 28 2014
Brussels
(BE)

The focus of the conference is on the potential of Future-Oriented Technology Analysis (FTA) to "Engage today to shape tomorrow".

The conference is open to practitioners, researchers, and decision makers from around the globe, and will feature a rich program of keynotes, papers, posters, workshops and knowledge labs. The conference aims at bringing these communities together to engage in discussing the use and impacts of FTA approaches and to identify and explore possible synergies and future developments.

Nov 26 2014
Nov 27 2014
Ispra
(IT)

Vaccination rates in Europe have been declining for the past decade as an increasing number of citizens believe that some infectious diseases such as measles and rubella are eliminated. However, as these diseases did not disappear, the decreasing participation rates in vaccination programmes have created the risk of future epidemics.

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