Past events

  1. 10 Oct 2009
    14 Oct 2009

    The Annual Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine is one of the largest annual events in the field of nuclear medicine. This year, cardiology, oncology and infection will be the main foci of the scientific programme. However, other areas will be addressed as well, including the role of the new hybrid equipment and the present status of nuclear medicine therapy.

  2. 13 Oct 2009
    14 Oct 2009

    The 1st European Innovation Summit (EIS) will turn the European Parliament into an Innovation Showcase from 13 to 14 October 2009. Being the first of its kind, the Summit provides a unique opportunity for organisations to demonstrate and explain how they contribute to positioning Europe as a global innovation leader. The Summit is organised by the platform Knowledge4Innovation (K4I)/Lisbon Forum in partnership with the European Year of Creativity and Innovation 2009.

  3. 3 Oct 2009

    A Job Day event will be organised in the Berlaymont building in Brussels on 3 October. This is an excellent opportunity for all those being in Brussels on that day to visit the headquarters of the European Commission and meet with over 40 employers from all over Europe. Employers will interview interested candidates on the spot. Participants will also be able to meet EURES advisers and consult vacancies in the EURES corner. Information on mobility practices and opportunities will be presented on the stands of the participating organisations.

  4. 27 Sep 2009
    2 Oct 2009

    The workshop, organised jointly by the JRC Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU) and INRNE, aims at exchanging experience and knowledge in fuel performance analysis for West and East European nuclear reactors, as well as discussing the experimental results used for development and validation of fuel performance codes. It coincides with the bi-annual meeting of the institutional network TUNet, bringing together representatives from the nuclear industry, research and licensing organizations. Participants will mainly come from EU member states, and are involved in the development, validation and application of the code.

  5. 28 Sep 2009
    2 Oct 2009

    Organised by the JRC Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen (IPSC) in collaboration with Institute of Inland Water of Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, the 7th Edition of the Fall School will present state-of-the-art tools and methods to address policy related knowledge in extended policy processes.

  6. 20 Sep 2009
    25 Sep 2009

    The MIGRATION conferences focus on recent developments in the fundamental chemistry of actinides, fission and activation products in natural aquifer systems, their interactions and migration in the geosphere, and the processes involved in modelling their geochemical behaviour. The 2009 edition of the event is co-organised by the JRC Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU).

  7. 21 Sep 2009
    25 Sep 2009

    The 24th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EU PVSEC 2009) is underway in Hamburg Germany, attended by some 4,000 participants from 73 countries. The accompanying industry exhibition boasts over 900 exhibitors presenting new ideas and technical solutions in the field of photovoltaics and is expected to attract more than 40,000 visitors.

  8. 24 Sep 2009
    25 Sep 2009

    The Enlargement & Integration Workshop “Clean and Efficient Power Generation from Coal”, co-organised by the JRC Institute for Energy (IE), is focused on vital issues concerning coal based power generation such as efficiency increase and emission abatement technologies.

  9. 25 Sep 2009

    Tonight (25 September) is European Researchers' Night, organised in cities throughout Europe for the fourth year running with the support of the European Commission. Many research centres and universities will reveal the fun side of their scientific work to the public with live scientific experiments, demonstrations and games.