This two-day conference will take stock of European achievements in science over the past 10 years, as well as discussing the role science, technology and innovation can play in the future for Europe.
The conference marks the launch of the S2E project, and will explain its rationale, objectives and roadmap, as well as allowing participants to share their experiences.
We are ageing physically and mentally. What does this imply for daily decision making?
October 2014, Karlsruhe, Germany, 5 days (exact date still to be defined)
The training aims at further developing the skills and increasing the expertise in using detection equipment and operational response to alarms.
This event aims to provide an opportunity for experts to become TrainMiC® Authorised Trainers on how to interpret the metrological requirements of the ISO/IEC-17025 for chemical and bio-analytical measurements.
On 30 September the JRC and the European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC) will organise a launch event to present their joint report on the "Management of spent nuclear fuel and its waste" at the Belgian Royal Academies for Science and the Arts in Brussels.
Workshop jointly organised by the JRC IPTS Agrilife Unit and Akdeniz University, Department of Economics and Centre for Economic Research on Mediterranean Countries (CREM); with support from Enlargement and Integration Action of the EC Joint Research Centre.
Ljubljana, Slovenia or Trieste, Italy, 2 days (exact place still to be defined)
The workshop will address the importance of developing a system to monitor the Human Resource Supply through Universities and the Need from Nuclear Stakeholders.