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Past Events

Image of the Trevi Fountain in Rome with conference info COMPIE conference, Rome 27 - 28 Nov 2014
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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.

Nov 24 2014
Nov 25 2014
Rome
(IT)

JRC Econometrics and Applied Statistics Head of Unit, Andrea Saltelli, gives a keynote presentation entitled “Special Times for Statisticians” at the Conference of Statistical Stakeholders in Rome.

Nov 24 2014
Nov 26 2014
Ispra
(IT)

24 - 26 November 2014, Ispra, Italy

This workshop aims to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the presentation and discussion of fundamental aspects of nanobioscience.

Nov 21 2014
Ispra
(EU)

Introduction

This workshop aimed to present and discuss with selected key stakeholders:

Nov 20 2014
Ispra
(EU)

Introduction

The aim of this workshop, which took place within the scope of the 7FP project S2Biom, http://www.s2biom.eu/, was twofold:

Nov 19 2014
Nov 21 2014
Rome
(IT)

On November 19-21 the National Research Council (CNR) in collaboration with the Agency for the Promotion of European Research (APRE) will host the International Conference on “Science, Innovation and Society: achieving Responsible Research and Innovation”.  

The Conference will debate on how Responsible Research Innovation (RRI) can better engage society in research and innovation activities in the following Key Areas:

Social LCA logo
Nov 19 2014
Nov 21 2014
Montpellier
(FR)

The international seminar in social life cycle assessment (LCA) of Montpellier is the fourth of this theme, the first of which took place in 2010 in Denmark.

These scientific events assert the necessity of a specific research concerning the social evaluation within the framework of LCA. The purpose of these seminars is to review the recent developments of the various approaches dealing specifically with social LCA, without minimising what they owe to the environmental LCA.

The 20th Monitoring Agricultural Resources (MARS) Annual Conference - Let us face a new CAP - will be held from 19 - 20 November 2014, in Dresden, Germany.
Nov 19 2014
Nov 20 2014
Dresden
(DE)

The main purpose of this conference is to offer an opportunity for Member States Administrations, EU officials, Image Providers and contractors to meet and discuss particular problems or innovations concerning the management of the Common Agriculture Policy.

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