Wednesday, June 23 2021
Dia · Setmana
European Research and Innovation Days is the European Commission’s annual flagship Research and Innovation event, bringing together policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and the public to debate and shape the future of research and innovation in Europe and beyond.
Date: Wednesday 23, June2021 - 10:00h
End date: Thursday 24, June2021 - 18:00h
Organiser: European Commission
Tuesday, June 29, 2021
An open and effective dialogue with the main scientific-technical players on the greatest challenges facing industry.
Science, technology, and knowledge at the service of pioneers in the application industries.
Expoquimia will prepare a 360º events, a meeting points for Scientifics projects, industrial startups, corporates, investors and technology partners with the aim to exchange knowledge, to disseminate the innovation and transform your project to a reality.
Date: Tuesday 29, June2021 - 09:30h
Organiser: Fira de Barcelona, Expoquimia and Societat Catalana de Química
Monday, September 20, 2021
European Ecosystem of research and tech transfer by Esther Hurtós, Eurecat
- EU funding programmes for R&I: the framework programmes.
- The new framework programe: Horizon Europe. Where the money comes from. Who can participate.
- R&I funding programmes as tools for implementing the EC policy goals
- Workprogrammes – the call documents. An example from Pilar 2 Cluster 4.
Subjects relevants to Technology Transfer
- Going beyond the scientific excellence: What’s behind the topic text, cross-cutting issues, impact, contribution to policy goals.
- How to be an influencer: via the Member States, via technology platforms and associations. The voice of many. Reach a broad consensus and you will be listened.
- The participants ecosystem. What are the typical roles and interests in the R&I projects for the different organisation types? Academia, applied research institutions, consultants, SMEs, large industries, civil associations.
- Innovation and technology transfer opportunities.
Objective of the session:
To learn how the calls for proposals are made, how the lobbies work, and how they influence companies, researchers, and countries.
All types of researhcers might be interested: from PhD fellows and Postdoctoral researchers, to Senior Reserachers.
Place: ICMAB-Sala d'Actes Carles Miravitlles and online
Date: Monday 20, September2021 - 12:00h
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Since January 2019, the SeeRRI project has been working with European regional policymakers to explore how regional governments can practice responsible regional planning, regional planning that is anticipative, reflexive, inclusive, and responsive. Nearly three years of joint efforts will culminate in the "Bringing RRI into regional planning: From theory to SeeRRI".
The SeeRRI Final Conference will bring together policymakers, regional stakeholders, researchers, members of SeeRRI and related projects, EU officials, citizens interested in the future of Europe, and inspiring guest speakers for two days of knowledge-sharing and lively debates about the future of responsible regional planning and responsible research and innovation (RRI) in Europe and beyond.
Place: Casa Convalescència · Barcelona
Date: Wednesday 29, September2021 - 09:00h
End date: Thursday 30, September2021 - 15:00h
Organiser: SeeRRI Project
Tuesday, March 1, 2022
The European project SO-CLOSE, coordinated by the UAB, organizes the round table “Co-designing an inclusive Europe - Migrations and migrants in the EU”, which will take place on Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at the Norwegian House of Research and Innovation, Rue Guimaard 9, Brussels.
The event can also be followed online. Registration is open via the following link: https://bit.ly/3p9rTrN
Place: Norwegian House of Research and Innovation, Rue Guimaard 9, Brussels
Date: Tuesday 1, March2022 - 08:30h
Organiser: SO-CLOSE Project
Monday, March 14, 2022
On the occasion of World Brain Week 2022, held from 14 to 17 March, the UAB Institute of Neuroscience and the Mental Health CORE have organised the series Cervella't, a week of virtual and face-to-face talks open to everyone, with prior registration:
The first conference will be online and given by Alba Toll, doctor in psychiatry from the UAB and psychiatrist at the Germans Trias i Pujol University Hospital. With the title Psychosis: what is it, how and why it occurs?, she will analyse the causes of this mental disorder, characterised by a certain loss of contact with reality and mainly affecting young people.
It is a fairly common disorder, and it is estimated that 3 out of 100 young people will suffer a psychotic episode. There are various theories about its cause, but there are still many unanswered questions about the pathophysiology of this disorder and about more reliable prognostic markers and markers of response to treatment.
Date: Monday 14, March2022 - 19:00h
Organiser: UAB Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health CORE