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Reflections on the role of research infrastructures in the European research area
2001 by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Bernan Associates [distributor] in Luxembourg, Lanham, Md .
Written in English
|Statement||editor, Campbell Warden.|
|Contributions||Warden, Campbell., European Commission. Directorate General for Research., European Commission. Joint Interpreting and Conference Service., Research Infrastructures Conference (2000 : Strasbourg, France)|
|LC Classifications||Q180.6.E85 R44 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||2002450151|
On 1 March , the European Commission's Directorate General for Research and innovation (DG RTD) organised a workshop to discuss the future role for industrial infrastructures focusing on industry needs, existing types of provision, and the scope to make these infrastructures more visible and accessible. EJRRES. European Journal of Research and Reflection in Educational Sciences (EJRRES) ISSN is a peer-reviewed research journal published by Progressive Academic Publishing, UK. For this journal we accept manuscripts in the following areas: Teaching and Learning, Learning Theories and Teaching Methodologies, Educational Psychology. Further roles for e-IRG are also included in the European Research Area (ERA) EC Communication, namely to assist in the development of a charter of access for EU research infrastructures, to assist in defining measures that can help to combine national, regional and EU funds and to work with the European Commission to promote the alignment of EU and national approaches to e-Infrastructure . The European Research Area (ERA) concept has shaped common European policy on research since However, despite positive developments in creating an integrated research area in Europe with 28 different research systems working together, the implementation of the ERA still faces challenges.
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Reflections on the role of research infrastructures in the European research area: highlights from the Research Infrastructures Conference, held in Strasbourg Septemberwith a working document by the Commission Services.
Research Infrastructures in the European Research Area It is increasingly recognised that the infrastructure 5 supporting scientific activity is a fundamental to modern research in many, if not most areas. Some disciplines, such as physics and astronomy, have a long history of planning, building and operating theFile Size: 3MB.
The European approach to research infrastructures has made remarkable progress in recent years with the implementation of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) roadmap, integrating and opening national research facilities and developing e-infrastructures underpinning a digital European Research Area.
The networks of research infrastructures across Europe strengthen its human capital base by providing world-class training for a new generation of researchers.
Introduction: Sincethe European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures identified the needs for Research Infrastructures (RIs) in Europe in priority fields of scientific research.
infrastructures on structuring the European Research Area as well as the global research scene, and of the Infrastructure Reflection Group (e-IRG). expected to play a significant role in this general development, by formulating a new generation of big Cited by: 1.
European Research Infrastructures – the role of ESFRI and how it can be strengthened Trieste, 24 September John Womersley Chief. The European Research Area Page 6 of of work or the concentration of resources or working groups; to an improvement of the dissemination of information; and to a progressive harmonisation of the procedures in operation in the Member States and in the Community in the R&D Size: KB.
22 February European Roadmap for Research Infrastructures Role of ESFRI Report • To foster an “open method of coordination” between different countries • To discuss the long term vision at European level and to support the development of a European RI policy • To bring initiatives and projects to a point.
The European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS) entered the European strategic roadmap for research infrastructures (ESFRI Roadmap ) in. Subject: Draft Council conclusions on the review of the European Research Area advisory structure - Adoption.
Since the review of the mandate of the European Research Area and Innovation Committee (ERAC) in the Council has on several occasions called for a more effective advisory structure of the ERA. European Commission Communication “The international dimension of the European Research Area”, COM(), European Commission Communication “A Mobility strategy for the European Research Area”, COM() A wider role is proposed for research ethics committees, one that includes an educational component and some responsibility for audit.
It is proposed that new ways of thinking are needed about the role of research ethics in promoting moral progress in the research endeavour and improving global by: Developing World-class Research Infrastructures for the European Research Area (ERA) Many research institutions and universities are recognising the need to take more strategic control of their information assets, including research outputs in the form of publications and the preservation of research data.
Developing the European infrastructures for and beyond. Three types of activity will be supported to enable excellent science in Europe. The first activities are targeted to the development of new world-class research infrastructures. EN 5 EN research infrastructures awarded10 European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC11) status with many others launched or in the pipeline12 • Joint Programming13 to address grand challenges which is gaining momentum and political commitment – e.g.
the Member States' agreement on guidelines onFile Size: 71KB. European infrastructure for science and technology. In particular we welcome the increased co-operation between the Commission and ESF as indicative of a willingness to improve co-operation between May Towards a European research area.
E-RIHS mission is to deliver integrated access to expertise, data and technologies through a standardized approach, and to integrate world-leading European facilities into an organisation with a clear identity and a strong cohesive role within the global heritage science community.
potential of European research. It aims to analyse the different elements which characterise the profession and defines the various factors which condition the development of researchers’ careers at European level, namely: the role and nature of research training, the differences in recruitment methods, the contractual and budgetaryFile Size: KB.
initial research infrastructure investment. Similarly, procedures for handling depreciation differ across countries but the need to plan for reinves tment is a core element of RI m : Alasdair Reid. 21/03/ - Athens Information Day on “Research Infrastructures in FP7” Report Robert Jan Smits.
European Commission. 21 March Greece. European Roadmap. for. Research Infrastructures. CDL emerged as a European and specifically Nordic-marketing perspective that explicitly emphasises the primary role of the customer (Heinonen and Strandvik,Heinonen et al., ).
It differs from the established American-marketing perspectives, which focus primarily on observation number one—the provider's by: The European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI), established inwhich comprises delegates nominated through the Research Ministers of the Member and Associate Countries, and includes a representative of the Commission, is working together to develop a joint vision and a common RI strategy.
The G8+O5 countries have. European Research Infrastructure Consortium1 (hereinafter referred to as “the ERIC Regulation”) was adopted in order to facilitate the establishment and the operation of large European research infrastructures among several Member States and associated countries by providing a new legal instrument, the European Research InfrastructureFile Size: 81KB.
The way forward involves making the most of the mobilising role of the European Research Area with specific efforts to facilitate structural change and increasing the circulation of researchers and knowledge.
This report shows that sinceEurope has made clear pro gress towards a European Research Area. Universities in Europe are.
IPERION CH. The European Research Infrastructure for Cultural Heritage PUBLIC WORKSHOP – IPERION CH. The European Research Infrastructure for Cultural Heritage PALAZZO MEDICI RICCARDI – SALA LUCA GIORDANO – Welcome by CRISTINA GIACHI, Vice-Mayor of Florence – Presentation of the European.
27/10/ - Brussels Information Session on Research Infrastructures More is to come Report • Implementation of the Roadmap: some of the projects will be in place already next year • Strengthening the European Research Area: Research Infrastructures as major cornerstones • Continuation of the ESFRI work: ESFRI encourages.
EU Roadmap on Research Infrastructures and Italy’s role. The European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) presented the Roadmap of European research infrastructures during a launch event that took place at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science in Amsterdam.
Aimed at identifying research infrastructures. Presenter: Walter J. Radermacher, University La Sapienza, Rome Webinar aims to provide participants with a comprehensive description of official statistics in general and European Statistics in.
Commission Green Paper ‘The European Research Area: New Perspectives’ The consultation and debate on the Green Paper: main actors involved Chapter 4 Role of expert groups in shaping the ERA policy in the follow-up of the.
Synergies for Europe's Research Infrastructures in the Social Sciences (SERISS) is a four-year project that aims to strengthen and harmonise social science research across Europe. Focused around three key themes – key challenges facing cross-national data collection, breaking down barriers between research infrastructures, and embracing the future of social sciences –.
Reflections on the reality and a roadmap for Renaissance are presented. There is a compelling need to deploy more and more modern bioscience and physical science knowledge to. Concepts of space and place have emerged as an increasingly important focus for theoretical and empirical research in the spatial planning literature (see.
The annual meeting of the Global Research Council provides a forum for the leaders of the largest research funding organisations in the world. Representatives of research foundations discuss global science promotion, share their experiences with funding and also arrange cooperation between research foundations on regional level.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook. 02 INTRODUCTION. Research Infrastructures play an increasingly important role in the advancement of knowledge and technology and their exploitation.
By providing access to users from different countries, by attracting young people to science and through networking of facilities, research infrastructures also help to structure the scientific community and therefore play a key role. Education and research institutions can contribute their ideas on new complex research infrastructures.
On the basis of scientific and economic criteria, independent experts determine which new research infrastructures should be included in the roadmap and receive funding.
The selected projects will be listed in a current national research. Research policies in Europe. Emphasis on ERA construction process in the context of knowledge policies. ¾Not only research policies are important ¾Knowledge triangle: research, education and innovation. Main focus: ¾Article initiatives: ECDTP, ALL, Eurostars, (BonusEMRP) ¾JTI initiative Article ENIAC, Artemis, CleanSky, FCH, IMI.
November European Roadmap for Research Infrastructures The Roadmap Report • Mandate from the Council of Ministers, November • The Roadmap is the result of two years of intensive work • About high-level experts were involved, from every MS and AS, from most fields and user communities, giving the end.
The European Research Area (ERA) is a system of scientific research programs integrating the scientific resources of the European Union (EU). Since its inception inthe structure has been concentrated on European cooperation in the fields of medical, environmental, industrial, and socioeconomic research.
02 INTRODUCTION. The Policy Support Facility (PSF) follows a service-oriented approach, to provide a broad range of services to address the needs of policy makers in Europe in terms of formulation and implementation of Research and Innovation policies, and to reduce the innovation goal of the PSF is to make the most of the mutual learning and.
ERA Portal Austria is a knowledge-sharing platform providing information on EU-related research policy and its implementation in Austria and in Europe. In this context it supports decision-making by providing strategic intelligence.
In addition, ERA Portal Austria serves as a promotion platform for Austrian initiatives in Europe.the complexity of the debate.A wider role is proposed for research ethics committees, one that includes an educational component and some responsibility for is proposed that new ways of thinking are needed about the role of research ethics in promoting moral progress in the research endeavour and improving global health.
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