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Call 41 of the IST priority ( Call documents and guidelines for proposers )

 

FP6-IST-Call 41 Information Day

This information day is planned subject to the final approval of call 41.
As soon as approved, Call 41 will be published in the OJ
Expected publication date is 18 October 2005
Further updates on this process will be provided on this page and by e-mail to those registered to the Information Day

Date: 18th October 2005

Venue: Charlemagne building , Room S2, Rue de la Loi 170, Brussels, Belgium

 

New : Call documents and guidelines for proposers

List of participants

Registration form

practical information

Draft Agenda

10:00-10:05 Welcome Introduction (EC)
10:05-12:00 Call 41 objectives and call related information (EC)

• Brief overview of the portfolio of running projects
• Workprogramme updates for Call 41
• Future trends (FP7 status)
• Q&A
12:00-13:30 Lunch break
13:30- 15:30 Call 41 expressions of interest presentations
 
An opportunity for participants to make a short introduction of their research interest. (5 minutes/3 slides maximum)
 
Dr. Roland Alton-Scheidl
Dr. Giuseppe Amato
Dr. Arturo Azcorra Saloña
Mr. Nicola Bernardini
Ing. Franco Bevione
Mr. Michael Breidenbruecker
Mr. Pierre Descure
Prof. David Douglas
Dr. Ofer Hadar
Dr. Takebumi Itagaki
Mrs. Orit Kahana
Ms. Agnieszka Krochmal-Wegrzyn
Mr. Andrea Manieri
Mr. Tamer Oztin
Mr. Artut Serra
Prof. Georg Trogemann
Dr. Juan R. Velasco
Dr. Vladan Zdravkovic

16:00 Closure of the InfoDay

 

Further expressions of interest:

ICCS (Institute of Computer & Communication Systems. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences): ICCS profile - letter of interest - Profile of Interactive Technologies PLC

 

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