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Past Events

Dec 18 2014
Dec 19 2014
Paris
(FR)

The Armand Peugeot Chair is organizing its Second International Conference on electromobility.

Dec 15 2014
Dec 19 2014
Geel
(BE)

This school is intended to provide a practical introduction to the analysis of measured neutron-induced resonance reaction data and to the processing of experimental and evaluated data. Lectures and hands-on computer exercises will be alternated. Topics include neutron-induced reactions, R-matrix theory, neutron time-of-flight measurements, uncertainty and covariance assessment, data formats (ENDF, EXFOR), use of the resonance analysis code REFIT and related topics.

Dec 12 2014
Dec 12 2014
Brussels
(BE)

The Workshop on Employability of Chemists: Study Progress will focus on discussing the use of innovative educational approaches, improving employment prospects and skill levels of young people and increasing their labour market access and employability, also stimulating entrepreneurial skills of students and academics.

Dec 10 2014
Dec 11 2014
Seville
(ES)

This is the third year that JRC-IPTS (Seville) hosts a General Equilibrium workshop to exchange views with researchers from all over Europe and all over the world.
The presence of so many experts from the academic world and from the economic analysis units of the Commission has been a precious occasion to share views and compare approaches and methodologies.

This workshop has been the result of a joint collaboration with DG REGIO to define its structure and the themes to be treated.

Dec 10 2014
Dec 11 2014
Bergen
(NO)

On December 11th, Andrea Saltelli gives a lecture at the "Science for Policy: Post-Normal Science in Practice" symposium hosted by the Centre for the Study of the Sciences & the Humanities, University of Bergen. The lecture is on sensitivity auditing.

 

SET-Plan Conference 2014
Dec 10 2014
Dec 11 2014
Rome
(IT)

The 7th Conference of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan), organized by ENEA under the auspices of the Italian Presidency of the Council of the EU, will be held on the 10-11 December in Rome, at the Auditorium Antonianum.

For more information on this event, please visit the conference website.

For more information on SETIS and the SET Plan, please visit the SETIS website.

 

Dec 09 2014
Dec 10 2014
Ispra
(IT)


Excessive alcohol consumption is a widespread problem in many European countries. Evidence-based behaviour-change interventions can make an important contribution towards reducing harmful use of alcohol. In collaboration with the Directorate General Health and Consumers, the Joint Research Centre (JRC) organises this workshop dedicated to new behaviour change interventions targeting alcohol consumption.

Dec 08 2014
Dec 09 2014
Paris
(FR)

Entrepreneurship, innovation and enterprise dynamics are at the core of technology development and growth. Comparative evidence on key drivers, patterns and trends, as well as framework conditions, and the way these shape entrepreneurship, innovation and enterprise dynamics is critical for the design of effective policies in support of employment and inclusive economic growth.

Dec 04 2014
Dec 04 2014
Petten
(NL)

Future energy systems will be forced to become increasingly flexible in order to cope with the challenges derived from the high penetration of renewable energy sources. Therefore, policy makers need to consider issues such as the effects of intermittent energy sources on the reliability and adequacy of the energy system, the impacts of rules governing the curtailment or storage of energy, or how much backup dispatchable capacity may be required to guarantee that energy demand is safely met.

Dec 04 2014
Dec 04 2014
Rome
(IT)

On December 4th JRC scientist Andrea Saltelli presents a lecture on “New Narratives on Growth” at the EESC High Level Conference entitled “Towards a more effective Europe 2020: Civil Society's proposals for boosting social inclusion and competitiveness in Europe" in Rome.

 

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