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Re-Industrialisation of the European Union 2016

Location Incheba, Bratislava, Slovakia
Date 26 - 28 October 2016
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The COST Association will be present at the European Commission booth (DG Research & Innovation), where information about the COST Open Call, the COST Actions and the COST programme will be provided by the COST team during the conference.

Excellent science, research and innovation are essential for a sustainable development of the European economy. That is why hundreds of representatives from European and international research, innovation communities, and the business sector will meet to discuss this topic during a prestigious event in the field of nanotechnologies, advanced materials, manufacturing and production technologies, biotechnology – the International Conference REinEU2016.

From 26 to 28 October 2016 the capital of Slovakia, Bratislava, will welcome about 1,000 participants, which makes it one of the largest events during the Slovak presidency of the Council of the EU in the second half of 2016.

REinEU2016 will be financed through the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (NMBP) and will include matchmaking events, poster sessions, site visits around Bratislava, workshops and competitions. It represents a unique opportunity for Slovakia as one of the new EU Member states to present its local perspective on the Horizon 2020 calls, which will open in mid-2016, and present solutions tailored to these countries.

Furthermore, the event is aimed at drawing attention to cooperation within the Danube Region and V4 issues. An important outcome of the conference lies in a final strategy document, which will be used as a basis for the next EU Presidency policy making. The event will be prepared in close cooperation with the European Commission, as well as organisers of similar events in the previous period (the Luxembourg and Dutch EU Presidency).

Main topics:

  • Nanotechnologies
  • Advanced Materials
  • Manufacturing and Processing
  • Biotechnology

Why participate?

  • Join high-level discussions on innovation and industrial policies
  • Meet representatives of leading research institutions and top innovators
  • Present, discuss and develop new project ideas at international level
  • Initiate cross-border contacts, establish new research and business partnerships

For practical information and registration see the Programme and the list of confirmed Speakers .

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