The Field School on language revitalisation and documentation
18-28 September 2016, Wilamowice, Poland
We are pleased to invite you to a field school on language revitalisation and documentation which is taking place in Wilamowice, the only place where Wymysiöeryś, one of the most endangered languages of Europe, is used.
The event is organized as a part of the project Engaged humanities in Europe: Capacity building for participatory research in linguistic-cultural heritage.
Activists and representatives of linguistic minorities and doctoral students and researchers from the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), Leiden University and the University of Warsaw are talking part. External experts will be also involved in the field school.
H2020 BIOTECH CONSORTIUM BUILDING WORKSHOP
28 September 2016, Brussels, Belgium
Do you consider applying to one of the below mentioned Horizon 2020 biotech-related calls? Are you looking for partners to build a consortium? Join us on 28 September in Brussels to meet actors from all around Europe to exchange ideas.
- SFS-30-2017: Closing loops at farm and regional levels to mitigate GHG emissions and environmental contamination – focus on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in agro-ecosystems
- CIRC-02-2016-2017: Water in the context of the circular economy
- LCE-29-2017: CCS in industry, including Bio-CCS
- LCE-30-2017: Geological storage pilots
- BIOTEC-07-2017: New Plant Breeding Techniques (NPBT) in molecular farming: Multipurpose crops for industrial bioproducts
This event is jointly organised by EPS biotechnology, a Czech biotech SME performing R&D in environmentally friendly remediation techniques and waste management, and CZELO, the Czech Liaison Office for Research, Development and Innovation in Brussels.
The capacity of the workshop is limited, please register at http://geform.tc.cz/EPS_H2020_biotech_Brussels before 26/09/2016.
2016 Info Day on Horizon 2020 'Smart Grids and Storage'
3 October 2016, Brussels
The event targets potential applicants to the calls for 'Smart Grids and Storage' projects, which will be funded under the 2016-2017 Horizon 2020 Work programme 'Secure, clean and efficient energy', and in particular under the 'Competitive low-carbon energy' (LCE) call (topics: LCE-01-2016-2017, LCE-04-2017 and LCE-05-2017). More information and the agenda will follow on the event page. Registration for the info day is compulsory and free of charge. Due to a limited number of seats, a maximum of two people from the same organisation can be registered.
Impact and Innovation in Horizon 2020 projects
7 October 2016, Paris, France
The goal of this event is to discuss the importance of impact and innovation in Horizon 2020 proposals and project and to provide participants with insights into best practices to handle these aspects.
The workshop on 7 October 2016 in Paris is organised by the French Ministry of Education, Higher Education and Research in cooperation with the Horizon 2020 NCP Legal and Finance and the European IPR Helpdesk.
The international event aims to show the importance of impact and innovation in Horizon 2020 proposals and projects targeting researchers, research managers, business representatives, grant officers and tech transfer representatives. Participation is free of charge, prior online registration is required.
Horizon 2020 Information Day on the Research Public-Private Partnerships
14 October 2016, Brussels, Belgium
The aim of the event is to give the research community an overview of ongoing activities in the following PPPs : Factories of the Future, Energy-efficient Buildings, Sustainable Process Industry and European Green Vehicles Initiative. Support will be given for the preparation of proposals for the 2017 calls.
The event will be web streamed and recorded. After the event, all presentations and links to the recordings will be published on this page.
The registration desk is in the Charlemagne Building (CHAR) only. On the day of the conference, please bring your registration e-mail with the barcode and a photo ID (passport or other ID card) that you used when registering for the conference. Participants will be allowed in CHAR on a first come first served basis. When the full capacity has been reached in CHAR, participants will be redirected to CCAB. However, those participants need to register in CHAR first.
At the registration desk, you will receive a conference badge valid for both the CHAR and CCAB buildings.
More than 1000 participants are expected to attend the information day. Please allow sufficient time to allow for access to the buildings before the conference starts.
As all bags will be searched, we ask you to bring only handbags or briefcases if possible and avoid bringing suitcases or large bags.
Fair and Sustainable Taxation in the EU
25 October 2016, Brussels, Belgium
Event is focused on the latest research findings on Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB), EU-own taxes, a sustainable tax collection, what defines equal, socially and environmentally sustainable taxation and more and organized by Horizon 2020 research project FairTax.
The FairTax research project produces recommendations on how fair and sustainable taxation and social policy reforms can increase the economic stability of EU member states, promote economic equality and security, enhance coordination and harmonization of tax, social inclusion, environmental, legitimacy, and compliance measures, support deepening of the European Monetary Union, and expand the EU’s own-source revenue bases.
Don't miss this opportunity to take part in discussions on how to create sustainable European tax systems in the future.
Regional Workshop on "How to best attract talented researchers"
25 April 2017, Ohrid, Macedonia
The purpose of this regional workshop is to fully inform ‘newcomers’ (research performing institutions and research funders) on the principles of Charter and Code and their implementation in the research institution via the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R).
The workshop addresses HR Directors and HR Managers in Research performing and Research funding institutions from FYRO Macedonia, Albania and Montenegro.
It also addresses high-level representatives of universities, research centres as well as beneficiaries and potential applicants of H2020 contracts/projects who need to comply with article 32 stipulating the (best effort) obligation to take measures to implement the European Charter for Researchers and Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers (C & C) for the benefit of all researchers and their institution.