We are doing science for policy
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
Water, energy, food security and health remain in the scientific and policy making spotlight in Africa.
The Evidence Informed Policy Making (EIPM) seminar will train participants to use evidence for policy making by focusing on challenges and interrelations of those fields.
Please apply online outlining your motivation and why you think this training will help you in your current job.
The SCK•CEN organises an ELINDER G1Training Course on "Decommissioning of Nuclear Installations".The main objective of the training course is to provide the participants with the basic requirements regarding the management of a decommissioning project and to share experience from ongoing decommissioning projects.
The workshop is mostly addressed to modellers and analysts in EU institutions, EU countries' administrations and academia.
The aim of the Data Challenge on Integration of Migrants in Cities (D4I) is to stimulate research on various aspects of the integration of migrants at local level.
Please register online and find more information about the workshop on the dedicated website.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC), the European Commission's science and knowledge service, in collaboration with the European Institute of Technology (EIT) are organising an interactive workshop focusing on the legal and regulatory challenges start-ups and research projects active within the field of artificial intelligence (AI) may face.
The event is part of a broader JRC-EIT project and aims to bring together policymakers, legal experts and practitioners to explore major legal challenges intrinsic to working with AI technology.