Coastal TEP (C-TEP) is an innovative online platform enabling easy access to an extensive archive of satellite data, in-situ measurements and the processing tools you need to develop algorithms, process large amounts of data and extract valuable coastal information. The workshop will focus on presenting the latest C-TEP developments and pilot research applications through presentations and live demos.
AquaTT have been an active organisation in European projects for the past 24 years, leading or partnering in the implementation of 17 FP7 and 8 H2020 projects in the last seven years alone. AquaTT is hosting a project management masterclass in Dublin, Ireland, including theory, exercises, case studies and the use of templates and processes to show how EC Projects can be managed effectively and efficiently.This workshop is suitable for anyone working on H2020 projects but is particularly useful for coordinators, project managers and work package leaders.
AquaTT have been an active organisation in European projects for the past 24 years, leading or partnering in the implementation of 17 FP7 and 8 H2020 projects in the last seven years alone. AquaTT is hosting a proposal writing workshop in Dublin, Ireland, including the use of theory, exercises, case studies, templates and processes to show how to write successful applications.This workshop is useful for anyone who may be coordinating or leading the development of an application in the near future. Research Officers and support staff from institutions are also welcome.
The 2017 Workshop on Genomics is being held from 8-21 January, 2017 in Český Krumlov, Czech Republic. This will be the seventh time the Workshop will be held in Europe.
Green Bubbles is the EU-funded project dedicated to sustainable SCUBA diving. A two-day open workshop will follow the 2016 Green Bubbles internal project meeting in Santa Margherita Ligure. Set for September 26-27, the workshop is staregically scheduled after the Genoa Boat Show to facilitate the participation of a broad variety of stakeholders including, but not limited to, researchers, authorities, manufacturers, operators, certifying agencies, territorial managers, NGOs. The chos
At the event the partnership will showcase their final outputs and find ways of ensuring that the work developed is sustained beyond the life of the project.
Attendees have the opportunity to:
A free workshop on the topic of "SOLAS Science and Society" will take place from 26 to 27 October 2016 in Brussels (Belgium). The workshop will bring together researchers in the field of ocean-atmosphere interactions and social scientists. During the two-day workshop, the discussion will focus on three separate topics:
- Valuing carbon and the ocean’s role
- (In)Forming policy across the air-sea interface
- The shipping industry and air-sea interactions.
For details on how to apply see the workshop announcement.
This is a highly interdisciplinary workshop aimed at bring multiple communities studying air-sea exchange and gas fluxes together to present and discuss recent advances in the field, as well as common aims, goals and challenges.