Smart Services and Business Impact of Enterprise Interoperability I-ESA’s unique balance of conference and workshops focused on current research, industry issues and leading edge research developments, makes it a major event for all in industries with an interest in, or those who may benefit from, an understanding of the potential opportunities offered by enhancing and managing interoperability in their enterprise systems and applications.
Workshop Date: 4th October 2017 Workshop Location: Cambridge, UK Workshop Organiser: Singleimage Limited
Stanislas Dehaene is Professor of Collège de France and INSERM-CEA Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit, NeuroSpin center, Saclay, France Publications : http://www.unicog.org/biblio
Horizon 2020, the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, is one of the major areas of EU spending offering a multitude of funding opportunities for researchers, enterprises and the public sector. The popularity of the programme means that competition is stiff and therefore guidance in how to prepare convincing proposals essential.
Managing a Horizon 2020 or any international collaborative research project is not easy. These types of projects, often multidisciplinary, incorporating partners with diverse objectives and working cultures; involving a high level of risk and expectation, designed to serve a political agenda as well as generate knowledge and innovation, pose many challenges not addressed by conventional project management.
A unique week-long skills development course for capturing and optimising research business opportunities, delivered by international experts and enriched by first-hand case study material.
This Training Workshop is organised in the framework of C-CASCADES - Carbon Cascades from Land to Ocean in the Anthropocene - a European Union Horizon 2020 Marie Curie funded project. The main objective is to provide young researchers insights of applied research in the field of Water and Environmental Management.
Innovation is a term used a lot in the context of research funding, not least now in Horizon 2020, but for many researchers without business experience what this means in practice can pose something of a mystery.
The MESO-BRAIN Project will co-organise and host the ‘Photonics Meets Biology IV Summer School’ in Barcelona, Spain from the 19th and 22nd September 2017. The event brings together experts from world-leading academic centres to educate students and young researchers in this cutting edge field.
A two day event organised by PI-SCALE project to explore the business and product design possibilities created by flexible OLED lighting, which consists of multi-sessions “Hands-on” Flexible OLED Lighting Workshop where attendees can explore their ideas for integration of flexible OLEDs into their products and new designs together with OLED experts.