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The Sixth Annual European Security Research Conference

Objective

"The aim of the Security Research Conferences is to disseminate information on Security Research in FP7 among all interested stakeholders. SRC`11 is a dissemination channel for current European research activities, including ongoing EU and national projects, and a platform for shaping the new European consortia, able to answer the identified technological shortcomings. Industry, science, end–users, Human Rights activists, government representatives, etc. are welcomed to come and share with the others their often contradictory opinions, and learn about different perspectives on known phenomena. Along with the presentations of the project’s findings there is a potential for finding partners for continuation of studies on more promising research directions and/or industrial implementation of its results.
In line with the Lisbon Treaty, SRC`11 meeting will continue to search for most efficient and beneficial ways of cooperation between Directorate-General Enterprise and Industry with European Space Agency and European Defence Agency. It will have a direct impact on increased number of the high quality projects, which content will not duplicate with ideas from the other agencies. Thus, there will be more efficient management of funding of research topics.
Finally, the Conference will be a chance to bring new partners from Third Countries, such as Ukraine, closer to the European research space of the FP7. It will be a good opportunity to exchange experience and meet new valuable partners, whom later can be invited to be a part of a research consortium."

Field of science

  • /social sciences/law/human rights

Call for proposal

FP7-Adhoc-2007-13
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Funding Scheme

CSA-SA - Support actions
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Coordinator

SIEC BADAWCZA LUKASIEWICZ - PRZEMYSLOWY INSTYTUT AUTOMATYKI I POMIAROW PIAP
Address
Aleje Jerozolimskie 202
02 486 Warsaw
Poland
Activity type
Research Organisations
EU contribution
€ 219 981
Administrative Contact
Jola Fila (Ms.)