EU-Russia Exploitation Dialogue & Integration Workshop at Eurosensors 2011

Sun, 2011-09-04
Megaron Athens International Conference Centre, Athens, Greece
EU-Russia integration aims to increase cooperation in research and teaching in form of short- and long-term research exchanges of junior and senior researchers at partner sites (e.g., the Joint Doctoral Degree (JDD)) as well as tutorials and schools for doctoral students on topics of general interest. Of these the Joint Doctoral Degree (JDD) is a spearheading and effective instrument for longer-term partnering and integration.
Exploitation Dialogue
The exploitation dialogue should not only provide an impression of already exploited results of the three RU-EU27 sensor projects (i.e., S3, INGENIOUS and SAWHOT), but also engage in dialogue with relevant industrial partners (e.g., EADS) with respect to potential cooperative activities. One of the objectives is the generation of ideas and the improvement of exploitation for upcoming projects.
Integration Workshop
The integration workshop will present “RU-EU27 integration” activities between the participating S3, INGENIOUS and SAWHOT projects.
Hans Hartmann Pedersen from the European Commission and Eberhard Seitz as project technical advisor will present EU targets and strategy regarding an efficient integration program. Udo Weimar’s overview of effective instruments for integration will be followed by a roundtable discussion on a sustainable future cooperation between Europe and Russia.

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