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07 April 2011
COST Office, Brussels

Seminars

News and Views on the European Union and Member States Partnership for International Cooperation

The April COST Seminar featured Ms Sigi Gruber, Head of Unit, Relations with Third Countries from the DG Research & Innovation, who will present news and views on the European Union and Member States Partnership for International Cooperation.

03 - 06 April 2011
The Vaeshartelt Castle (near Maastricht), The Netherlands

Exploratory workshops

Quantitative Nanostructure-Toxicity Relationships (QNTR)

The aim of the workshop was to to bring together leaders in the emerging field of computational nanotoxicology to form an international Community of Practice for accelerated development of the science of QNTR.

This event was part of COST's year-long celebration of the International Year of Chemistry.

03 - 08 April 2011
Vienna, Austria

External events

European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2011

The EGU General Assembly 2011brought together geoscientists from all over the world into one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences.

22 - 24 March 2011
Cambridge, UK

COST Action events

Final conference of COST Action E54

17 March 2011
COST Office, Brussels

Seminars

Update on the Research and Innovation Priorities of the Hungarian EU Presidency

In October 2010, the European Commission published its communication on launching the Innovation Union, a Europe 2020 flagship initiative aimed at promoting the EU’s competitiveness through the development of European innovation. The implementation of this initiative under the umbrella of the Europe 2020 strategy started under the Hungarian Presidency and opens a new chapter in this field.

22 - 23 February 2011
Barcelona/Spain

Strategic workshops

Foresight on Future Demand for Forest-based Products and Services: Scenario Building

The aim of the COST Strategic Workshop series 2010-2011 is to carry out a wide-angle foresight exercise on the future demand for multiple forest-based products and services. The project combines expert workshops and a collection of data and perceptions by means of internet-based tools.

16 - 17 February 2011
Roeterseiland, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

External events

Shrinkage in Europe; causes, effects and policy strategies

COST Action TU0803 - Cities Regrowing Smaller organised a conference that looked at all aspects of shrinkage with the aim to present and discuss local experiences and research.

14 February 2011
COST Office, Brussels

Seminars

The ERRIN network – 10 years of growth

In 2001 the European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN) was set up as an informal network of regional offices in Brussels discussing research and innovation opportunities within EU programmes. Ten years on, the network is now an established, dynamic and successful Brussels-based network of 90 regions, engaging regional representation offices across Europe.

11 February 2011
Brussels, Belgium

Cultural Literacy in Contemporary Europe: Synthesis Workshop

This workshop will draw together outcomes from the debates, discussions and conversations conducted within the thematic workshops.

07 - 18 February 2011
Salzburg, Austria

External events

Water Scarcity Winter School 2011

The Z_GIS Winter School 2011 was dedicated to the theme of analysing, mapping and evaluating spatio-temporal water scarcity problems and was hosted by Salzburg University's Centre for Geoinformatics (Z_GIS).


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