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24 - 27 February 2015
Wels, Upper Austria

External events

World Sustainable Energy Days 2015

COST was a partner of the World Sustainable Energy Days 2015, one of the largest annual conferences in this field in Europe, offering a unique combination of events on sustainable energy.

19 February 2015
Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO.nl), The Hague

External events

COST Info Day in The Netherlands

Open to public

06 February 2015
BIS Conference Centre, London

External events

COST Info Day in the United Kingdom

Open to public

04 February 2015
Nicosia

External events

COST Info Day in Cyprus

Open to public

13 January 2015
Madrid

External events

COST Info Day in Spain

Open to public

17 - 20 November 2014
European Parliament

External events

COST at the 6th European Innovation Summit

COST was actively involved in this year's European Innovation Summit, organising a policy breakfast and participating in two sessions. The Summit underlined the importance of a "mandate for innovation in Europe", looking at the new institutional cycle of the European Union.

15 - 16 October 2014
Lisbon Oceanarium, Portugal

External events

World Research and Innovation Congress - Oceans

COST was a partner of the World Research and Innovation Congress - Oceans. The Congress featured a series of topics: - Important policy issues facing oceans research. - Horizon 2020 funding opportunities. - International collaboration and partnership, with special emphasis on trans-regional networks, ocean partnerships and the Iceland Oceans Cluster. - The future of marine research.

22 - 25 September 2014
School of Engineering, University of Pisa, Italy

COST Action events

Training School on Civil Engineering Applications of Ground Penetrating Radar

Action TU1208 organised a training school on the civil engineering applications of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR).

17 - 19 September 2014
Torino, Italy

Transdisciplinary strategic event

The Cities of Tomorrow: the Challenges of Horizon 2020 Conference

As underlined in Cities of Tomorrow – Challenges, visions, ways forward (European Commission, DG Regional Policy 2011), cities are at once the breeding ground for many urban problems and science and technology solutions, culture and innovation, individual and collective creativity, and their role in mitigating the impact of climate change. In recent years, the economic and financial crisis has intensified several urban problems and demonstrated the limits of existing sectorial policies, hence calling for an integrated, cross-sectorial and territorial approach which offers a new European model of urban development. This workshop aimed at defining this new integrated concept of cities which will generate dynamic urban development, transport, engineering, environment and social perspectives across a diversity of geographical levels. This ambition can only be realised by an interdisciplinary cooperation that COST is best positioned to provide, leveraging expertise from four Domain Committees (TUD in collaboration with ESSEM, ICT and ISCH) and exchanged ideas with key actors in the field of urban development. Such cross-fertilization of ideas can generate a holistic vision that encompasses all the trends and problems characterizing the cities and propose possible solutions integrating social sciences, physical and engineering sciences as well as life sciences.

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27 - 28 August 2014
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

A Scientific Roadmap for Projections of Global Change Impacts on Forests

Europe’s forests contribute substantially to human prosperity and well-being. Forests have been subject to intensive research for centuries. However, new developments such as climate change as well as other environmental and societal changes are challenging our current knowledge about sustainable management of forests. These challenges have been partly addressed by a number of past and ongoing research projects and COST Actions, but a synthesis of what we know and what we do not know regarding the future of forests is needed. This 2-day event brought together a group of approximately 30 scientists to discuss the challenges and research needs for making projections about the future of Europe’s forests under climate and global change.


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