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Exploratory workshops

Date & Location Event title & Details Status

28 June 2017
Maderia, Portugal

Exploratory workshops

Workshop on Advances in Digital Cultural Heritage

COST Action Innovation in Intelligent Management of Heritage Buildings (i2MHB) (TD1406) organised the workshop in collaboration with Europeana and the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities, among others.

27 - 30 March 2017
Cavallerizza Reale, Turin, Italy

Exploratory workshops

2nd International Congress on Strigolactones (ICS)

COST Action FA1206 STREAM organised the second edition of the Congress.

09 - 10 February 2017

Exploratory workshops

Ageing and Technology, COST-AAL-MYBL joint workshop

The ageing of the European population is creating many new challenges and opportunities for individuals, organisations and governments. Many of these challenges are being addressed by information and communication technologies, which form an integral part of everyday life for everyone. Sometimes technologies are targeted at particular needs or age groups, but often they are generic, addressing many issues and kinds of people. These new technologies create new opportunities and sometimes challenges. Three relevant European initiatives have agreed to collaborate and to jointly address some of the key issues in their fields which are of interest to the research and innovation community.

09 September 2015
Brussels, Belgium

Exploratory workshops

Integrating the Stake of Rare Disciplines at the National and European Level

The COST Association and the National Rectors’ conferences of France (CPU), Germany (HRK), Hungary (MRK), Poland (CRASP) and the Netherlands (VSNU), hosted an Exploratory Workshop “Integrating the stake of rare disciplines at the European level”, in Brussels (Belgium), on Wednesday 09 September 2015. This workshop was held with the participation of the European University Association (EUA).

25 January 2013
Teorifagbygget, University of Tromso, Norway

Exploratory workshops

Arctic Shipping: Navigation through challenging waters

This Open Workshop was held on 25 January 2013 in the week dedicated to the Arctic Frontiers. Arctic Frontiers supports open and independent dialogue, builds partnerships, and contributes to the discussion about pan-arctic political strategies for sustainable development in the Arctic.

17 - 22 June 2012
Larnaca, Cyprus

Exploratory workshops

Personalised Medicine: Better Healthcare for the Future - A Rational Approach Focusing on Bioinformatics, Medicinal Chemistry and Medicine

Personalised medicine, enabled by personalised ICT services, and providing genetic and genomic information of every individual, is designed to give each patient an individual therapeutically active drug while minimising the adverse effects.

16 March 2012
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Exploratory workshops

Sustainable Protein Supply

The aim of the workshop was to come up with a research agenda that provides a vision and ambition on future supply of sustainable protein in Europe and defines the first steps to be taken to realize its implementation.

28 - 29 November 2011
Brussels, Belgium

Exploratory workshops

Early embryonic environment as cues of epigenetics responses for sustainable food production

The key to health and developmental success in wombed (mammalians) and non wombed (Fish and poultry) animals for improved sustainability, welfare and production

26 - 27 September 2011
Paris, France

Exploratory workshops

Smart Cities

The COST Exploratory Workshop gathered together city and regional planners, computer scientists, operations researchers, economists, and decision theorists to study how decision sciences and technologies could be used to respond to the challenges posed by the immense growth of cities.

11 - 13 July 2011
Florence, Italy

Exploratory workshops

Safeguard of Cultural Heritage: A Challenge from the Past for the Europe of Tomorrow

Cultural Heritage is formed by all material and immaterial evidence of the cultural identity of a population. Within this definition, in Europe like in any other part of the world, many values determine a complex relationship between objects, symbols, personal and collective identities.