Past Events 2012
January 26, 2012, Paris (FR)
Computing Architectures Software tools and nano-Technologies for Numerical Embedded and Scalable Systems http://teraflux.eu/castness
7TH HIPEAC Conference
January 23-25, 2012 Paris(FR)
A forum on computer architecture, programming models, compilers, and operating systems for embedded and generalpurpose systems.
Info Day FET PROACTIVE ICT FP7 Call 9 objectives
January 18, 2012, Brussels (BE)
The day provided first-hand information on the Call 9 objectives , as well as contractual, legal and administrative modalities. The formation of consortia and synergies was facilitated through an open exchange "Proposers' Forum". Presentations are on line
IEEE International Conference on Data Mining
December 11-14, 2011, Vancouver (CA)
Bionetics 2011, 6th Interna-tional ICST Conference on Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing Systems
December 5– 7, 2011, York (UK)
TNT 2011, Trends in Nanotechnology Conference 2011
November 21-25, 2011, Tenerife -Canary Islands (ES)
CAll 8 FET PROACTIVE INFORMATION DAY
October 12, 2011 in Brussels.
The day provided first-hand information on the Call 8 objectives, as well as contractual, legal and administrative modalities. The formation of consortia and synergies will be facilitated through an open exchange "Proposers' Forum". AGENDA & given presentations
International Workshop - From Young Researchers to Future Discoveries,
September 19-21 , 2011, Kiten (BG)
1st International Awareness Summer School (AWASS 2011)
September 18-24, 2011, Lucca (IT)
UBICOMP 2011, 13th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing
September 17-21 , 2011, Beijing, China
ECCS'11, European Conference on Complex Systems 2011
September 12-16 , 2011, Vienna (AT)
Phonons & Fluctutations Workshop
8th-9th September 2011, Paris (FR)
Audio Mostly, A Conference on Interaction with Sound
September 7-9, 2011, Coimbra (PT)
The Barcelona Cognition, Brain and Technology summer school
September 5-16, 2011, Barcelona (ES)
International conference on Quantum Information Processing and Communication (QIPC) 2011,
September 5 - 9, 2011 - Zurich (CH)
The conference program will include invited talks, contributed talks and poster presentations covering a broad range of topics:
• quantum information and quantum communication
• physical realizations of quantum systems for information technology such as photons, single atoms, ions, molecules, nuclear and electron spins, superconducting circuits, micro- and nano-mechanics, hybrid quantum systems
• topical subjects, including cavity QED, optical lattices, quantum memories, foundations of quantum information, and many-body systems
An industry session and a funding opportunities session is also part of the program.
The conference is supported by the EU Coordination Action QUIE2T (Quantum Information Entanglement-Enabled Technologies) the European Integrated Projects AQUTE , QESSENCE and SOLID , the National Centre of Competence in Research QSIT and ETH Zurich .
CHIST-ERA conference 2011
September 5-6, 2011, Cork (IE)
- From Data to New Knowledge
- Green ICT, towards Zero Power ICT
KDD-2011, 17th ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Dis-covery and Data Mining
August 21st-24th , 2011,Grand Manchester Hyatt, San Diego (CA )
12th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association
August 28th-31st , 2011, Florence (IT)
First International Workshop on Integral Biomathics: iBioMath 2011
August 12th, 2011 in Paris (FR) from 13:30 to 17:30 MET.
In conjunction with the European Conference on Artificial Life ECAL 11, the 20th Anniversary Edition “Back to the Origins of Alife”
Artificial Life ECAL 11
8 - 12 August 2011Paris (FR)
Artificial Life is an interdisciplinary undertaking that investigates the fundamental properties of living systems through the simulation and synthesis of biological entities and processes. It also attempts to design and build artificial systems that display properties of organisms, or societies of organisms, out of abiotic or virtual parts. ECAL, the European Conference on Artificial Life , is a biennial event that alternates with the US-based Alife conference series .
NiPS Summer School 2011, Summer School "Energy Harvesting at micro and nanoscale"
Workshop "Energy management at micro and nanos-cale"
August 1st-6th , 2011, Perugia (IT)
1st International Conference on Quantum Technologies (ICQT-2011)
July 13-17, 2011- Moscow (RU)
This conference is planned as a kick-off meeting of the fresh born Russian Quantum Center (RQC), the associate of Skolkovo Foundation.
The first RQC conference will bring together interdisciplinary experts from various fields exploring frontiers of quantum technologies.
July 4-8, 2011- Zürich (CH)
The 38th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming, the main conference and annual meeting of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS).
7th International Workshop on Developments of Computational Models (DCM)
3 July 2011- Zürich (CH)
DCM 2011 will be a one-day satellite event of ICALP 2011 .
Topics of interest include all abstract models of computation and their properties, and their applications to the development of programming languages and systems:
- quantum computation, including implementations and formal methods in quantum protocols;
- probabilistic computation and verification in modeling situations;
- chemical, biological and bio-inspired computation, including spatial models, self-assembly, growth models;
- general concurrent models including the treatment of mobility, trust, and security;
- information-theoretic ideas in computing;
- comparisons of different models of computations.
29 June, 2011 – Lisbon (PT)
Public Displays as Interactive TV – A truly Public Communication Media
MODAP CONFERENCE ON "PRIVACY ON THE MOVE"
20-21 June – Istanbul (TU)
13-18 June 2011; Bertinoro, Italy
11th International School on "Formal Methods for the Design of Computer, Communication and Software Systems: Connectors for Eternal Net-worked Software Systems"
31 May 2011 - June 3, 2011- Bergen (NO)
30 May 2011 - 1 June 2011, Budapest (HU)
EuroNanoForum is this year’s must-attend event for the European nanotechnology community. By participating you will gain critical knowledge about nanotechnology development, build partnerships, raise funding, do business and have fun. The event takes place in Budapest’s Congress and World Trade Center from 30th May to 1st June 2011.
ICT Proposers' Day
19-20 May 2011 - Budapest
FET priorities at the ICT Proposers' Day - see also short extract ICT-FET in the FP7 Work Programme 2011-2012 , including the specific "FET eligibility, evaluation, selection and award criteria" ( 240KB)
Presentations given at the ICT Proposers' Day are online on the home pages of each objective
May 7, 2011 - Vancouver, CA
The European Future Technologies Conference and Exhibition
4-6 May 2011 in Budapest (HU)
f et 11 is a European forum dedicated to frontier research in future and emerging information technologies. The event will give an opportunity to take an early look at what are likely to become tomorrow’s science successes and groundbreaking technologies based on ICT-led research. During the event, diverse communities will meet to discuss visionary, high-risk research in a broad range of scientific fields and debate on technologies which will emerge at their crossroads - and on their societal impact. An exhibition is organised in parallel. Expected participants include scientists, policy makers, European researchers, industry representatives and journalists. The event is co-organised by the European Commission, ERCIM (the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics) and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, under the auspices of the Hungarian Presidency of the European Union.
Neelie KROES, EC Vice-President in charge of Digital Agenda attended the ICT FET 2011 Conference in Budapest 4 May 2011, and launched the Flagship Pilots - Watch the video
You missed a speech, discussion or a performance at the fet11 Conference?
-- Watch the recorded plenary sessions ! --
1st International Workshop on Eternal Systems (EternalS-WS 11)
May 3, 2011 in Budapest (HU)
Satellite event of the fet 11 Conference oganised by the " ICT forever yours " community. Sponsored by the European Coordination Action EternalS: Trustworthy Eternal Systems via Evolving Software, Data and Knowledge
CAPOCACCIA COGNITIVE NEUROMORPHIC ENGINEERING WORKSHOP
27 April – 14 May 2011, Capo Caccia (IT)
QUANTUM INFORMATION FOUNDATIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES OPEN DAY
15 April, 2011; Warsaw (PL)
14 April, 2011; various places in Europe
Bringing together Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
11-15 April 2011; Bilbao (ES)
4-6 April 2011 – Leuven (BE)
Nano-ICT: ImagineNano Conference
11-14 April 2011 - Bilbao (ES)
Bringing together Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
75th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting
13-18 March 2011 Dresden (DE)
Topics:Physics, topological insulators, quantum hybrid interfaces....
16 March 2011, Cambridge-MA (USA)
10 March 2011, Hamburg (DE)
Computing Architectures Software tools and nano-Technologies for Numerical Embedded and Scalable Systems
17-18th January 2011 - Rome (IT)
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTELLIGENT ROBOTS AND SYSTEMS (IROS 2010)
18-22 October 2010 - Taipei (TW)
ELECMOL10: 5th international meeting on molecular electronics
6-10 December 2010 Grenoble
FET Proactive info day
Consult the given presentations
Pilot Flagships and other FET actions
30 September 2010 - Brussels (BE)
ICT 2010: DIGITALLY DRIVEN
27-29 September 2010 - Brussels (BE)
2nd PERADA WORKSHO
28 Sept. 2010 - Budapest (HU)
Call for papers : Self Organisation in Pervasive Adaptive Systems
The prospect of building self-organising and adapting pervasive sys-tems brings many new challenges, ranging from maintaining trust and security to enabling the formation of tribes of societal artefacts. Ad-dressing these challenges will require a unified approaches, integrat-ing competencies across a range of disciplines; the goal of this work-shop is to bring together researchers working in perhaps historically distinct fields to work together in defining goals and methods that will move towards tackling the particular problems associated with deal-ing with self-organising and adaptive pervasive computing environ-ments.
The workshop particularly addresses adaptation strategies (bio-inspired, stochastic or otherwise) which will operate at different time scales and speeds, from short term adaptation to long-term evo-lution, and will imply changes in software, hardware, protocols and/or architecture at different levels of granularity and abstraction. This 2nd Perada Workshop was held in conjunction with: SASA (see below)
SASO, the 4th International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organsing Systems
September 27-October 1, 2010 Budapest (HU)
The aim of SASO conference series is to provide a forum for laying the foundations of a new principled approach to engineering systems, networks and services based on self-adaptation and self-organization. To this end, the meeting aims to attract participants with different backgrounds, to foster cross-pollination between different research fields, and to expose and discuss innovative theories, frameworks, methodologies, tools, and applications. Call for papers & all related info
IEEE BIOROB 2010
26-30 September 2010 Tokyo (JP)
11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MEMBRANE COMPUTING (CMC11)
24-27August 2010 - Jena (DE)
12TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE SYNTHESIS AND SIMULATION OF LIVING SYSTEMS
19-23 August 2010 - Odense (DK)
9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UNCONVENTIONAL COMPUTATION (UC10)
21-25 June 2010 - Tokyo (JP)
Science & Policy Forum on FET Flagships" Workshop
9-10 June 2010 - Brussels (BE)
The objective of this workshop is to establish an open, high-level, high-visibility event and to inform all stakeholders (from key scientists to research policy makers) on the preparation of the FET Flagship Initiatives. This event is to:
- Serve as a wide, open forum for exchange of ideas among representatives of the scientific community and from research authorities of Member States.
- Offer an opportunity to present and discuss the ideas submitted through the online consultation
- Promote a further consolidation of the concept and features of FET Flagships
- Strengthen support of the different Member States, through the role and activities of a dedicated working group
- Serve as an occasion to launch the FET Flagships Science Forum and present its Coordination Group
- Explain what is involved in the process of soliciting Pilot Preparatory Actions for FET Flagship Initiatives and the specific Call on FET Flagship Pilots that is planned to open around end of July 2010.
The Sixth International Nanotechnology Conference on Communications and Cooperation
May 17-20, 2010 - Minatec (FR)
"To foster communication and cooperation on nanotechnology subjects among the organizers, sponsors and the world scientific community to stimulate and support economic growth in the 21st century". Join us for the opportunity to meet with key European, Japanese and US policy makers and technologists to discuss future research priorities and trends.
SCIENCE BEYOND FICTION EXHIBITION @ THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
20-21 April 2010 - Strasbourg (FR)
This event was organised by the European Commission * to introduce Members of the European Parliament to Future and Emerging Technologies (FET).
12 oustanding Comission-funded FET projects were showcased at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
*The Future and Emerging Technologies units: FET Open & FET Proactive (EC-DG INFSO)
Ms Neelie Kroes', Vice-President European Commission, speech at the event.
SOUND APS 'MARCH MEETING' 2010
15-19 March 2010 - Portland (US)
14th International Workshop on Formal Methods for Industrial Critical Systems (FMICS 2009)
2-3 November 2009 – Eindhoven (NL)
International Conference on Quantum Communication and Quantum Networking
26-30 October 20 09 - Sorrento (IT)
This conference is devoted to the discussion of new challenges in quantum communication and quantum networking that extends from the nanoscale to a global satellite communication networks. It will place particular emphasis on basic quantum science effects and on emerging technological solutions leading to practical applications in communication industry.
RE-TRUST 2009 : Second International Workshop on Remote Entrusting
30 September - 1 October 2009 - Riva Del Garda (IT)
Remote Entrusting is a novel paradigm with the specific objective of ensuring that code running on an untrusted machine, is being executed in a trustworthy manner. In other words, the original code functionality (as originally specified and implemented) has not been modified prior to or during run-time. The assumption is the availability of a connection to trusted entities.
European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop: Can Complexity Improve European Health Policy?
23-25 September 2009 - Lancaster (UK)
The purpose of the workshop is to bring together 20-25 leading academics and practitioners throughout Europe (the ESF requires that attendees be based in an EU memberstate) for an intense period of discussion and interaction to examine the potential of complexity theory and its applications to improve European health systems and policy and explore the potential for further European research projects. Attendance at this event is by invitation only.
European Conference on Complex Systems 2009
21-25 September 2009 - Warwick (UK)
The perfect opportunity to get to know what is being done in the area of Complex Systems, the latest developments and future directions in the field, both in theory and relevant applications. The conference will also include a satellite meeting with the COSI-ICT FET projects and a Complexity Research Forum where the future of complexity and its funding avenues will be discussed.
QIPC 2009 International Conference on Quantum Information Processing and Communication
21-25 September 2009 - Rome (IT)
The conference aims at covering all scientific activities in Quantum Information Science, with a inter-disciplinary approach. The covered topics range from quantum communications, quantum information, optical quantum computing, solid state (quantum dots SQUIDs - NMR), cavity QED, single atoms, ions, quantum imaging, optical lattices, memories, complexity and many-body systems. The target audience is any researcher interested in Quantum Information Science.
The meeting is organized by the FET coordination action project QUROPE and by the Quantum Optics Group and the Physics Department of the Sapienza Università di Roma.
The Future of Complexity
15-16 September 2009 - Bath (UK)
This meeting will examine the present condition and future development of Complexity Science, and the tools that are available to study complex systems. Invited international leaders will reflect on the progress that has been made, identify the key insights that have guided research so far, and set out the challenges that remain.
ESSA 2009 - The 6th Conference of the European Social Simulation Association
14-18 September 2009 - Guilford (UK)
Computer simulation is a powerful tool for helping us understand aspects of society (both observed and in the abstract). However, how best to do this and under what conditions it is useful are still open questions. Social Simulation seems to be at a "tipping point" between revolutionary and normal science where it is trying to introduce more care and rigour into its methods.
SASO: 3rd IEEE International conference on Self-adaptive and Self-organisnig Systems
14-18 September 2009 - San Francisco (USA)
The aim of the SASO conference series is to provide a forum for laying the foundations of a new principled approach to engineering systems, networks and services based on self-adaptation and self-organization. To this end, the meeting aims to attract participants with different backgrounds, to foster cross-pollination between different research fields, and to expose and discuss innovative theories, frameworks, methodologies, tools, and applications.
ECAL 2009 - 10th European Conference on Artificial Life
13-16 September 2009 - Budapest (HU)
ECAL209 endeavours to bring together experts of computational and other ALife methods with more “conventional” mathematical modellers, reflecting on the fact that boundaries become rapidly blurred.
FET Proactive FP7 Infoday -
Call 5 launched on 30 July09
& Call 6
09 September 2009 MADRID (ES)
This infoday is organised in cooperation with the Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial (CDTI) in Madrid.
FET Proactive Initiatives to be launched in Call 5 (open 30 July09) Call 6 will be presented:
- 8.4 Human Computer Confluence
- 8.5 Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems
- 8.6 Towards Zero-Power ICT
- 8.7 Molecular Scale devices and systems
- 8.8 Brain Inspired ICT
On the agenda also: - Round table. Project examples in the FET PROACTIVE theme, - Proposal preparation: Practical recommendations for FET PROACTIVE
- Tecnoeuropa. Spanish programme in support of proposal preparation, - Bilateral meetings with Officers of the European Commission during the meeting
Unconventional Computation 2009 (UC09)
07 - 11 September 2009 - Ponta Delgada (PT)
The series of International Conferences UNCONVENTIONAL COMPUTATION (UC) is devoted to all aspects of unconventional computation, theory as well as experiments and applications. Typical, but not exclusive, topics are: natural computing including quantum, cellular, molecular, neural and membrane computing, as well as evolutionary paradigms; chaos and dynamical systems based computing; proposals for computations going beyond the Turing model.
TNT2009 Conference -Trends in Nanotechnology
07 - 11 September 2009 - Barcelona (ES)
This high-level scientific meeting series aims to present a broad range of current research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology as well as related policies (European Commission, etc.) or other kind of initiatives (nanoGUNE, FinNano, GDR-I, etc.). TNT events have demonstrated that they are particularly effective in transmitting information and establishing contacts among workers in this field.
HCI2009- International Conference on Human Computer Interaction
19 July - 24 July 2009 - San Diego (USA)
The HCI International 2009 is an international forum for the dissemination and exchange of up-to-date scientific information on theoretical, generic and applied areas of HCI.
SMC2009 - 6th Sound and Music Computing Conference
23 July - 25 July 2009 - Porto (PT)
SMC is a privileged forum in Europe for the promotion of international exchanges around Sound and Music Computing.
International workshop on NETWORK SCIENCE - NETSCI09
29 June - 03 July 2009, Venice (IT)
The aim of NETSCI is to bring together leading researchers, practitioners, and teachers in network science to foster interdisciplinary communication and collaboration. The conferences focus on novel directions in networks research within the biological and envrionmental sciences, computer and information sciences, social sciences, finance and business as well as philosophyu and humanities.
Virtual Rehabilitation 2009 - International Conference
29 June – 02 July 2009, Haifa (IL)
At this conference topics related to the use of Virtual Reality in the following areas are solicited: Motor Rehabilitation Brain Computer Interfaces Rehabilitation Robotics Haptic interfaces Psychological and Environmental Rehabilitation Vestibular and Balance Rehabilitation Cognitive Rehabilitation Telerehabilitation Sociological, demographic and legal aspects of Virtual Rehabilitation.
ICCSA 2009 The 3rd International Conference on Complex Systems and Applications
29 June – 02 July 2009, University of Le Havre (FR)
2009 International Summer School on Pervasive Adaptation
20-27June 2009 – Edinburgh (UK)
9th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2009)
24-26 June 2009 – San Sebastian (ES)
FET Proactive FP7 CALL 5 INFORMATION DAY
24 June 2009 - Brussels (BE)
Purpose of the information events
- To provide up-to-date and first-hand information on the five FET initiatives in FP7-Call 5. Contractual, legal and administrative modalities will be also covered.
A Q&A session will ensure that participants don't leave the event with unanswered questions.
- To facilitate the formation of consortia for proposals to the Call, and to promote synergies and collaborations across proposers through an open exchange 'Proposers Forum'.
To this end, participants are encouraged to lay out their ideas for possible proposals, identify the expertise they are seeking for, or simply express their intention of getting involved in a consortium.
FET initiatives launched in CALL 5 (planned to be launched 30 July2009)
- Human Computer Confluence
- Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems
- Towards Zero-Power ICT
- Coordination Communities, Plans & Actions in FET Proactive initiatives
- Identifying new research topics, Assessing emerging global S&T trends in ICT for future FET Proactive Initiatives
FET WORKSHOP on "TOWARDS ZERO-POWER ICT" (2zeroP) FP7 CALL 5 FET Initiative
23 June 2009 - Brussels (BE)
Agenda - Contacts
The aim of the workshop is to elaborate a shared understanding of visions and opportunities related to the 2zeroP objective and to provide a background document giving inspiration to researchers interested in engaging in this new FET research area. For this purpose speakers will be invited to present their own ideas on the research challenges, solutions and opportunities related to this area. The meeting will be open for anybody interested and ample time for discussion will be provided.
This workshop is co-organised by the FP7 NANO-ICT coordination Action and the FET Proactive unit. This 2zeroP workshop will be organized back to back with the "FET Information Day"in Brussels on 24 June 2009". A first summary of outcomes of the workshop will be presented there. Participants at the 2zeroP workshop can easily network during the Information Day and present their ideas for future research proposals at this event.
International Workshop on Coping with Crises in Complex Socio-Economic Systems
8-13 June 2009 - ETH Zurich (CH)
with two Satellite Workshops on "Extreme Events in Agent-Based Socio-Economic Models and Modelling Interdependency
between Technological and Human Systems under Crisis Scenarios," co-organized by the COST Action MP0801 "Physics of Competition and Conflicts"
IFIP International Conference on Formal Techniques for Distributed Systems (FMOODS/FORTE 2009)
9-11 June 2009 – Lisbon (PT)
Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation
18-21 May 2009 - Los Angeles (USA)
IEEE Congres on computational evolution
18-21 May 2009 – Trondheim (NO)
- - Special session on 'Adaptation strategies for pervasive adaptation (PERADA) '
- - Special session on a 'Pervasive reconfigurable platform for modelling complex systems (PERPLEXUS)'
- SCIENCE BEYOND FICTION - FET09
CONFERENCE on FUTURE AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
21-23 April 2009 - Prague (CZ)The FET Units (EC) together with the Czech Technical University Prague and the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic,
organized a CONFERENCE on Future Emerging Technologies in Prague, 21-23 April 2009.
The FET Conference aimed to be the first European forum dedicated to frontier research in future and emerging information technologies.
Scientists and thought-leaders came together to discuss the scientific, societal and policy challenges in this domain.
Peach WinGs consultation meeting
15 April 2008 - Edinburgh (UK)
Peach Science Fair
14th April 2008 - Edinburgh (UK)
in collaboration with the Edinbrugh Science Festival
2nd PERADA workshop
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8 April 2009 – Edinburgh (UK) download flyer
Adaptive & emergent behaviour & complex systems (AISB) 2009
6-9 April 2009 – Edinburgh (UK)
cientific workshop program of the Focus Group on Physics of Soci
during the Spring Meeting of the German Physical Society in Dresden from March 22-27, 2009, is now finalized.
Symposium Data Analysis in Complex Systems (SYCS) ( 150KB)
22-27 March, 2009 jointly organized by the Divisions of Physics of Socio-Economic Phenomena (AGSOE),
Biological Physics (BP), and Dynamical Systems and Statistical Physics (DY).
IEEE International Conference on ULtimate Integration of Silicon - 2009
18-20 March 2009 Aachen (DE)
ADVANCED School FOR Neuroelectronic hybridS
15-20 March 2009 – Jerusalem (IL)
RAVE09 - 2
Annual workshop on realistic action in virtual environments
4 March 2009 – Barcelona (ES)
in collaboration with FET Projects: Presenccia and Immersence
QIPC Cluster Review Meeting 2009
2-6 March 2009 Götenborg, Sweden
Complex’2009 - The First International Conference on Complex Sciences:
Theory and Applications
23-25 February 2009 Shanghai, China
ICT Proposers' Day 2009
22 nd of January 2009 - Budapest (HU)
AGENDA FET SESSION - given presentations online available
Visit ICT Proposers' Day Budapest and build quality partnerships for participating in the new Information and Communication Technologies Work Programme for 2009-2010 (ICT WP 2009-2010). This one day event is a unique opportunity for already existing and future project participants:to familiarise themselves with the research challenges and objectives of ICT WP 2009-2010,to form project consortia for participating in calls for proposals.
FP7 - FET WORKSHOPS
21 January 2009 - Budapest (HU) - given presentations online available
FET (Future Emerging Technologies) Proactive structures research in a number of strategic initiatives, which consist of a set of funded projects around a common theme. The themes are shaped through interaction with the research communities, and focus on novel approaches, foundational research and initial developments on long-term research and technological innovation.