Upcoming training events

  1. 18 Sep 2015
    19 Sep 2015

    The JRC is co-organising a two-day workshop on the Water-Food-Energy-Ecosystems Security Nexus, to be held in the CNR Research Area MI1 (18 September 2015) and the EU Pavillion on the EXPO site (19 September 2015).

  2. 13 Jul 2015
    14 Jul 2015

    The Monitoring Agricultural Resources (MARS) Unit of the Institute for Environment and Sustainability is organising a workshop on agroecology and ecological intensification for a sustainable food future, which will be held at the EXPO site in Milan and at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra.

    The workshop aims to discuss the role of agroecology and ecological intensification in EU agriculture.

  3. 6 Jul 2015

    Through a workshop taking place at the EU Pavillion of EXPO Milano, the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the Directorate-General for Environment (DG ENV) will showcase some of the outcomes of the development of an EMAS Sectoral Reference Document on Best Environmental Management Practice for the agriculture sector.

  4. 3 Nov 2015
    4 Nov 2015

    November 2015, Ispra, Italy - 2 days. Exact dates to be confirmed.

    The workshop will focus on physico-chemical and biological characterisation of nanovectors in relation to their biological effect and biodistribution.

  5. 10 Nov 2015
    11 Nov 2015

    The workshop aims at gathering information on the status of implementation of polices and strategies for energy efficiency in public buildings, the current barriers and the enabling factor, the potential for energy efficiency and energy services, and to present some best practices.

  6. 6 Oct 2015
    7 Oct 2015

    The workshop will focus on the expansion of EASIN, especially by including offline databases that exist in institutes or national repositories and are not accessible to the scientific community.

  7. 17 Nov 2015
    18 Nov 2015

    The TM5-FASST tool  allows the user to evaluate how air pollutant emissions affect large scale pollutant concentrations and their impact on human health (mortalities, years of life lost) and crop yield.

  8. 12 Nov 2015
    13 Nov 2015

    The workshop with key experts will explore which non communicable disease prevention areas are 1) more amenable to public health economics studies and 2) more likely to provide better and faster return.

  9. 21 Sep 2015
    22 Sep 2015

    This workshop will take insights from behavioural economics to discuss how public health systems could be designed to work cost efficient to the benefit of the citizens.

  10. 10 Sep 2015
    11 Sep 2015

    A two-day workshop on road transport emissions modelling will take place, providing participants with background information on the subject.