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After 12 years, ICERI has become an annual meeting point for lecturers, researchers, professors, educational scientists and technologists. Every year, ICERI brings together over 700 delegates from 80 different countries. It will provide the ideal opportunity to present your projects and experiences to an international audience. Also, it will offer participants an overview of the current situation of education and new learning technologies. ICERI2019 Proceedings will be reviewed for their inclusion in the ISI CPCI (Web of Science). Previous editions…Find out more »
Making climate services a reality in Europe is a two-day conference that will bring together 100+ climate researchers, policy-makers and industry experts as well as city and regional actors to showcase how climate data can serve both cities, regions and business. The conference will focus on climate services for energy, mobility, future cities, health, agriculture, water, tourism and disaster risk reduction. The conference begins on 13 November at 12:00 (CEST) with lunch at the marketplace, closely followed by the opening…Find out more »
Welcome to an interactive talk about doing business as (un)usual for liveable public space. How can cities and national stakeholders contribute to high-quality Baukultur, and what does it mean? What are the synergies in public space dilemmas, and how can they contribute to more liveable urban areas? Register here! There are several dilemmas (competing goals, interests, strategies, etc.) involved in the development and maintenance of urban public space. Ideally, city stakeholders can integrate issues such as climate, energy, mobility, inclusivness,…Find out more »
This year’s World Summit of Local and Regional Governments is strongly focussed on the implementation of UN’s Agenda 2030 and the Climate Agreement. JPI Urban Europe will discuss with participants how experimental methods in R&I projects, such as Urban Living Labs, can contribute to achieving global goals and targets. In the session („Urban Living Labs: Experimenting for Sustainable Urban Development“), a key note presentation will point out the key aspects of ULL and experimenting in urban areas. Furthermore, Sigrun Kabisch (Chair of…Find out more »
*** Thanks for your interest in our event. Unfortunately the workshop is already fully booked. Please contact the organiser (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be put on the waiting list! *** Unfolding dilemmas in urban public space development and maintenance: Consequences for policy and research and innovation Riga, Latvia 20 Nov // 16.00 Guided tour in host city on the topic of public space 20 Nov // 19.00 Joint Dinner 21 Nov // 09.00 - 17.00 AGORA Workshop: Dilemmas of Public Space Urban…Find out more »
Welcome to a talk where we experiment with the thought of having liveable cities rule the world. We dig into the purpose of partnering transnationally for urban transformation, and its connections to local liveability and prosperity. Register here! Can we “hijack” global political and institutional blockages with local liveability action? What is the role of cities in shifting global development towards more attractive trajectories? Are such transnational cooperation a key for breaking out of national- taken for granted ways of…Find out more »
Soil and the SDGs conference is organised on behalf of the European Commission, and it is an opportunity for policy makers, public institutions, researchers, industry and civil society to come together to exchange knowledge and practices on the implementation in the EU of soil and land-related SDGs, and particularly the Land Degradation Neutrality target. During this one-day conference with a rich agenda, we will first address the challenges related to soil and land degradation in the EU and then we will explore…Find out more »
Welcome to an interactive talk about strategic synthesis in urban transitions. We look into the challenges and enablers that takes us from aggregated project outcomes to synthesis impact. We experiment with the meaning and practice of synthesizing projects results, for example in relation to global agendas and targets as well as to cross-fertilization of neighboring fields. How can synthesis be used in cross-sector urban policies? We will celebrate this tenth (!) Urban Lunch Talk (and the final one of the…Find out more »
On December 10, 2019 the Urban Europe Research Alliance (UERA) in collaboration with JPI Urban Europe, PED Programme of the SET-Plan Action 3.2 on Positive Energy Districts, the Action Cluster Integrated Planning, Policies and Regulation of the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities, SCC-01 project Smarter Together and STARDUST, European energy award, and Tuscan Organisation of Universities and Research for Europe host a special session at the Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions Conference 2019. The…Find out more »
After 14 years, INTED has become an annual meeting point for lecturers, researchers, education professionals and technologists. Every year, INTED brings together over 700 delegates from 80 different countries. It will provide the ideal opportunity to present your projects and experiences to an international audience. Also, it will offer participants an overview of the current situation of education and new learning technologies. INTED2020 Proceedings will be reviewed for their inclusion in the Web of Science (Conference Proceedings Citation Index). Previous…Find out more »
The National Centre for Research and Development invites you to propose candidates for participation in the IdeaLab workshop financed from the European Economic Area and Norwegian Financial Mechanism, which will be held in Otwock, Mazovian Voivodeship (close to Warsaw), Poland from 2 to 6 March 2020. The goal of the workshop is to develop ground-breaking, interdisciplinary research project ideas for services and solutions for the cities in 2040. The IdeaLab workshop is part of the Programme ‘Applied Research’ operated by the National…Find out more »
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857160.