13 Dec 2017 - 15 Dec 2017 ...
The conference is organized by the Strategic Research & Innovation Partnership (SRIP) for Smart Cities and Communities, with over 150 Slovenian companies and organizations, which are coordinated by the Jožef Stefan Institute and.
Smart Specialisation in Brazil, challenges and opportunities for regional policies of Innovation
Baltic TRAM Mid-Term Conference: Analytical Research for Industry – Novel Options for Enhanced Cooperation25/10/2017 26/10/2017
Interreg project Baltic TRAM partnership is organising a Mid-Term Conference dedicated to tighter collaboration between industry / SMEs and the research sector.
The 6th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR), jointly organised by Hungary (which holds the current presidency of the EUSDR), the European Commission and the Danube Transnational Programme, took place on October 18-19, 2017, in Budapest.
This innovation camp takes place these 11th and 12th October in Brussels. It counts on the joint participation of three S3PEnergy partnerships, external experts, academics and European Commission staff of several DGs.
In the frame of Open Science Days in Montenegro S3 Platform together with the Ministry of Science of Montenegro on 10 October is organising the Panel on ’’Research and Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialisation of Montenegro’’ in Podgorica.
This event is the next thematic workshop of the Smart Specialisation Cooperation in Central Europe initiative launched by DG REGIO in 2016 and takes a closer look at the potential cooperation in the field of Industry 4.0. The event offers a chance for businesses, researchers, knowledge institutes and intermediaries to meet new partners and exchange ideas for innovative solutions and collaborative investments in the fields of Industry 4.0.
This workshop showcased how different sectors of society are taking an active role in energy action. Contributions are addressed by the smart specialisation strategies at the regional level through a bottom-up participative process.
This event follows on from the previous workshop on Smart Specialisation held in 2015 in Lyon and takes a closer look at maritime and port applications, with a number of sessions centred around the issue of hydrogen and fuel cell applications for boats/ships, logistics and stationary applications, as well as some other aspects including safety and regulations and funding mechanisms.
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