Events

Events

You can find below a list of ERRIN's and its Working Groups' meetings, member events and many more. Use the filters to narrow the search.

Artificial Intelligence in Education

Following attempts in the UK, Flanders organsation GO! onderwijs van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap is seeking to explore what exciting opportunities artificial intelligence can bring to education. This event will consider the available research and whether it suggests that AI can offer pupils a truly tailored education. 

To register for this event and to view the agenda, please click here

Seminar on the future of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) in the North Sea Region

This seminar will highlight the regional efforts around the North Sea to ensure a swift implementation of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T).

Public Policy Design: from cities to Europe, and back!

Design methods have long been a driver of industrial innovation. Its innovative potential is now being unleashed in public policy making by front-runner local governments. Public policy design and other user-centric methods are the missing link between citizens, policy makers and innovators. They help to go further traditional participatory and consultative processes for collecting and analysing citizens’ and users’ views Throughout their local public policy labs and their experiments such as “La Transfo” by Lille Metropole, local authorities are leading the way in this revolution.

The Clwstwr programme: Where ideas thrive

Clwstwr is an innovation programme designed to embed R&D and innovation in the Welsh screen sector. The Clwstwr team is keen to make new connections with European partners and discuss potential academic or industrial collaborations.

EU Design Days 2019

Are you ready to share your experiences on sustainable design, circular economy and creativity? Do you want to get inspired by innovative stories from across Europe? Then take the next step and save the date of the EU Design Days 2019!   This time the focus is on sustainability and circular economy.   In addition to gaining new knowledge about design-related creative innovation systems and co-creative collaborations, you will also get extraordinary possibility to build your network, meet friends and join interactive workshop sessions.  

When: 26th November

Soil degradation: how to bring green land back to the community

The Emilia-Romagna Delegration invites you to the conference “Soil Degradation: how to bring green land back to community – the contribution of LIFE Biorest project”.

Events

Events

You can find below a list of ERRIN's and its Working Groups' meetings, member events and many more. Use the filters to narrow the search.

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Science Café with Luděk Hynčík

Representation of the South Moravian Region and its partners are pleased to invite you to Science Café with Luděk Hynčík, an unconventional open discussion this time focusing on the theme of Human body modelling.  Our guest will be Luděk Hynčík, the Vice-Rector for Research and Development and vice director of the New Technologies – Research Centre at the University of West Bohemia. He is also vice president of the International Federation of Automotive Engineering Societies (FISITA) and Visiting Professor at the Tianjin University of Science & Technology, China.

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Day of National Research Infrastructures

Day of National Research Infrastructures to be held on 2nd  November 2017 in Brno. The event is organised for research infrastructures by research infrastructures.

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Science Café with Thomas Jung

Czech Liaison Office for Research, Development and Innovation, Representation of the South Moravian Region to the EU and teh Czech Centre are pleased to announce that the eighth Science Café, an unconventional open discussion with scientist, will take place on 6 December 2017 in Pilsen House in Brussels.  Our guest will be Thomas Jung, one of the most renowned Phytophthora experts in the world.  Phytophthora is a genus of plant-damaging Oomycetes (water molds), whose member species are capable of causing enormous economic losses on crops worldwide, as well as environmental damage in natural ec

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Robotics Brokerage Day 2017

The Robotics Information and Brokerage event organised by SPARC will bring people from the robotics field together to explore the new 2018-2020 work programme and in particular the call for Robotics Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH). Please note, that the Robotics part of the H2020 Work Programme in 2018 is only calling for networks of Digital Innovation Hubs in the selected Priority Areas (and a Coordination and Support Action), but not for any Research and Innovation Action (RIA) focusing on core technologies.

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Webinar on Collaborative Platforms to enable Participatory Budgeting initiatives

The EIP-SCC Marketplace Action Cluster ‘Citizen Focus’ is pleased to invite you to the first and opening webinar of our 2017-2018 series, taking place online on 6th December 2017 from 12:30 to 14:30 p.m.  The webinar is organised in the framework of the Inclusive Smart Cities Manifesto, an open call for endorsement launched on 23 November 2016 and addressing European cities willing to implement concrete actions to allow for an active and full participation of citizens during each step of the Smart City Planning. The first webinar will present and discuss the use of platforms in Participatory B

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Financing the Circular Bioeconomy

An EIB study, published in June 2017 (link to study), identified funding gaps in two key areas of the Bioeconomy (the bio-based industries and the blue economy) and proposed a number of recommendations - one of them being to consider the creation of a thematic investment platform. This Investment Platform will receive financial support from the EU budget and its purpose will be to mobilise additional public and private investors to invest in the Bioeconomy.