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... rcisd.eu   The Steering Platform on Research for the Western Balkan countries takes place on June 8-9, 2015 in Budapest (at the Institute of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Budapest, Bérc str. 13-15) thanks to the commitment of our Hungarian hosts, cooperation of the European Commission and the co-chairmanship of Montenegro. Budapest
... T7 Materiality Conference-Programme may be found on http://www.renecon.eu/html/programme3.html The 2nd International Conference with Exhibition S.ARCH with the Theme of “Environment and Architecture” will be held on May 19-20, 2015, at the Maestral Hotel, in the city of Budva, at the Adriatic coast of Montenegro. The event consists of set of Lectures and accompanied Poster Session / Exhibition. SPEAKERS:  Winy Maas (MVRDV- the Netherlands) Julien de Smedt (JDS - Denmark) Dietmar Eberle (Baumschlager Eberle - Austria) Luca Nicoletti (NICOLETTI ASSOCIATI - Italy)     http://www.renecon.eu/html/s_arch.html Budva
Due to some organisational issues, the 2nd strategic workshop for Western Balkan NCPs was not organised in Montenegro (as previously foreseen in DoW) but in Krems, Austria on November 18-19, 2013. The aim of this Workshop was to offer an outline of the European Research Area funding opportunities, with special focus on Horizon 2020 and multilateral programmes and at the same time to offer stimulating and engaging networking ...
The Regional Energy Research Priorities identified during the consultation session in the field of Energy are (no preference is given by the order): Integral management of river basins Bio gas production from waste Second generation bio-fuels Small hydro–grid connection, system integration, operation and control Geothermal heat-pumps in energy efficient buildings Zero energy buildings Cross-Cutting Priorities identified are: Coordination of national R&D projects – regional Research ...
... and  Research  in  WBC  –  WBC-INCO.NET’s Findings” includes several reports compiled by the project WBC-INCO.NET on the situation of Science and Research in the Western Balkans and the coordination of relevant policies and initiatives in: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Kosovo*. The third part “WBC Innovation Systems in Focus” at hand puts the focus on Innovation and discusses a broad range of topics – from innovation infrastructures, needs and capacities to smart specialisation, innovation and brain drain and RTDI evaluation. This third part includes also some of the WBC-INCO ...
... two WBC partner countries per scheme) were planned. In a second step, a WBC exchange platform should provide to all WBC partners information (experiences made, lessons learned etc.) and the possibility to exchange information and experiences. Part I focuses on the pilot project Strategic Innovation to be possibly implemented in Montenegro. It has the objective to introduce a system that would allow large numbers of SMEs (Small and Medium Sized Enterprises) to make steps forward to improve their innovation capacities. It is important for catching-up countries to increase the number of innovative firms. Up-grading existing firms by stimulating and coaching them ...
... are interested in. Agenda List of participants Report Gallery Presentations: Programi stipendiranja i praksi Mogućnosti za inovacije u Horizontu 2020 Metodologija za upravljanje inovacijama Online Katalog Strateski plan razvoja BI-NTP  Univerzitetska inovativna platforma WBCInno projekat  There are 9 more Info Days planned in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro in the future. Please stay informed about the future events and the project and its activities: http://www.wbc-inno.kg.ac.rs/ The University of Kragujevac organized the WBCInno info day “From knowledge and research results to successful innovative ventures” on April 25th, 2014. The topics was targeted to university ...
The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw), with financial support from the Global Development Network (GDN), the Austrian Ministry of Finance and the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (Austrian Central Bank), announces a SEE research competition within the framework of the wiiw Global Development Network Southeast Europe (wiiw GDN-SEE) research project.
Proposals are invited from economists and other social scientists. Projects with a significant commercial aspect or those that seek the funding of the dissemination of previous results (such as book preparation) rather than original research are explicitly excluded. Proposals must be postmarked by 31 May 2014. For further information and details please see the attachment. Questions and inquiries may be addressed to: research.competition@wiiw.ac.at The Vienna Institute for International Economic ...
... Secretariat for Research and Technology on behalf of the current Greek Presidency of the Council of the European Union; Ministry of Education and Sports (Albania); Ministry of Civil Affairs (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Ministry of Science, Education and Sports (Croatia); Ministry of Education and Science (FYR of Macedonia); Ministry of Science (Montenegro) and Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (Serbia) as well as messages from WBC-INCO.NET partners are included as introductory part of this publication. At this point we would like to express once again our deepest appreciation for the support and commitment to the WBC-INCO.NET project. The publication ...
Purpose The purpose of the consultancy is to assist in the implementation of the South East Europe (SEE) 2020 – Jobs and Prosperity in a European Perspective (hereinafter: “SEE 2020” or “Strategy”), particularly in the area of Research & Development (R&D) and Innovation under the Smart Growth pillar of the Strategy. The main expected output is development of a detailed programme of actions for improving technology transfer and scientific parks in the region, including outlining elements ...
... The Catalogue provides the overview of structures and mechanisms established at the University of Montenegro, which are engaged in knowledge transfer, advanced research and innovations. The core of the publication is the presentations of centers and laboratories of the University of Montenegro which provides more detailed information on their activities, results, resources, projects (domestic and international), key personnel, as well as provided commercial services , technical ...
40% Methodology for Innovation Management Document 14. Apr. 2014
... intellectual property aspects, review of innovation cycle phases with financial aspects to the software innovation management support. All of these aspects are elaborated in the separate chapters. The Chapter Intellectual Property Aspects deals with the general IPR aspects in three countries of the WB region: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro. The last chapter of this publication gives the detailed definition and description of Idea and Project Management workflows, along with the roles and responsibilities assigned within each of them. These workflows are applied in the software platform that will be developed in accordance with this Methodology ...
The development of Business Incubators (BI) and Science and Technology Parks (STP) is one of the most efficient instruments for boosting the local economic development. This topic was recognized as highly important by WBCInno partners, which was the main motive to elaborate the Strategic Development Plan for BIs/STPs in WBC region. This Strategic Plan presents the trends in the development of BIs and STPs at EU and world level as well as the current state in WBC region in this area. This gave ...
This Platform aims to support the development and growth of a range of KTT activities including commercialisation of research, collaboration between universities and enterprises, and establishing start-ups and spin-offs. It also considers the issues of managing and supporting these activities to optimise success as well as considering ways in which success can be measured and reported. The report recognises that different universities are at different stages of development, have different ...
The publication was intended to provide an overview of the knowledge and technology transfer services and their qualitative and quantitative comparisons. The most relevant KTT services recognized are assisting R&D collaboration, contract research projects and scientific/technological services, commercialization of R&D results by patenting, licensing and student projects with businesses. The publication also presents an assessment of different aspects of KTT in practices that can be ...
Mapping of innovation potential at the University of Novi Sad was conducted in terms of identifying and collecting the data on research infrastructure, laboratories, centers, research teams with noteworthy results, developed technologies and knowledge, offered commercial services and trainings, licenses and patents, etc. The Catalogue includes well-structured information on available capacities to be involved in knowledge transfer, applied research and potential for innovations into market for ...
... and innovation), finalised several publications focusing knowledge and technology transfer, innovation management, strategic development of business incubators and science and technology parks as well as 5 catalogues on research and innovation potential of Universities of Kragujevac and Novi Sad (Serbia), Zenica and Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and University of Montenegro. The catalogues are published in english and local languages ...
99% EURAXESS Center Montenegro Organisation 10. Apr. 2014
... already staying here, as well as for outgoing researchers. Euraxess provides information about Montenegrin research, job and funding opportunities and a wealth of practical information. The Montenegrin network provides free of charge and personalized assistance to mobile researchers and their family in every step of their move. The University of Montenegro acts as the national EURAXESS bridgehead organization.  Montenegro EURAXESS Bridgehead Organization University of Montenegro Address: Cetinjska 2 81000 Podgorica Montenegro Phone: +382 20 414 209 Fax: +382 20 414 230 e-mail: euraxess.helpdesk@ac.me Source: http://www.euraxess.me/sitegenius/index.php http://www.euraxess.me/sitegenius/index.php
... School of Economics was organizing the 2nd conference to be held on 27-28 March 2014 in London. Deadline for submission of abstracts: 20 January 2014. learn more The RRPP is aimed at fostering and promoting social science research in the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia). Below you can find the second newsletter of the year. For the Newsletter Subscription: http://rrpp-westernbalkans.us3.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=bc558ce0ea59c9332ea92c90f&id=d1cadf583e Further Information: http://www.rrpp-westernbalkans.net/en/about.html ...
... NIPHARGUS SCHIÖDTE, 1849 (FAM. NIPHARGIDAE) FROM WESTERN BALKAN PENINSULA (CONTRIBUTION TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE AMPHIPODA 274) MD. HASANUZZAMAN and MAHMOOD HOSSAIN - LITTER PRODUCTION AND NUTRIENT RETURN THROUGH LEAF LITTER OF SELECTED CROPLAND AGROFOREST TREE SPECIES IN SOUTHWESTERN BANGLADESH Miomir JOVANOVIĆ, Aleksandra DESPOTOVIĆ - ANALYSIS OF POSITION OF AGRO-FOOD TRADE IN MONTENEGRO’S FOREIGN TRADE Fariborz SHEKARI, Abdollah JAVANMARD, Mohammadbagher HASSANPOURAGHDAM - RESPONSE OF TWO RED BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L.) CULTIVARS TO CONTROLLED WATER DEFICIT STRESS DURING POST-FLOWERING GROWTH STAGE Velibor SPALEVIC, Dragan RADANOVIC, Morteza BEHZADFAR, Vojislav DJEKOVIC, Aleksandar ANDJELKOVIC, Nedjo MILOSEVIC - CALCULATION OF THE SEDIMENT YIELD OF THE TREBACKA RIJEKA, POLIMLJE, MONTENEGRO ...
... nbsp; The R&D Strategy was adopted by the ministers of science of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia on 25 October 2013 in Zagreb, Croatia.   As part of the RCC’s SEE 2020 Strategy a Regional Action Plan for implementation of Western Balkans Research and Development Strategy for Innovation was adopted on April 2, 2014. The Plan includes organisation of the Regional Scientific Forum, aiming ...
... the ERA and its governance; different efforts to improve the mobility of researchers, the exchange of knowledge, etc. Regional cooperation and participation in several support activities have been one way to tackle the challenges. At the "Horizon 2020 Regional Launch Event for Western Balkans" on March 4, 2014 in Budva, Montenegro it was confirmed that the association procedures for Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia are under way and well on track. This means that these WBC will participate in Horizon 2020 on equal terms like the EU Member States and not as "third countries". For all ...
40% New Document : IPA II (2014-2020) Document 1. Apr. 2014
IPA II (2014-2020) Prepared in partnership with the beneficiaries, IPA II sets a new framework for providing pre-accession assistance for the period 2014-2020. The most important novelty of IPA II is its strategic focus. Country Strategy Papers are the specific strategic planning documents made for each beneficiary for the 7-year period. These will provide for a stronger ownership by the beneficiaries through integrating their own reform and development agendas. A Multi-Country Strategy Paper ...
... have passed since the beginning of the first World War and 10 years since the biggest round of enlargement of the European Union (EU) with the accession of 10 new countries. Today, the EU perspective is open to Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey. The European Commission is keen to learn more about what you think: What can today's European Union of 28 Member States learn from its past to help improve its future? What does an enlarged European Union mean to you? If you are between 15 and 25 years ...
... Secretariat for Research and Technology on behalf of the current Greek Presidency of the Council of the European Union; Ministry of Education and Sports (Albania); Ministry of Civil Affairs (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Ministry of Science, Education and Sports (Croatia); Ministry of Education and Science (FYR of Macedonia); Ministry of Science (Montenegro) and Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (Serbia) as well as messages from WBC-INCO.NET partners are included as introductory part of this publication. At this point we would like to express once again our deepest appreciation for the support and commitment to the WBC-INCO.NET project. The publication ...
... there is the possibility to get involved in the COST Actions as a “Near Neighborhood Country”, which is a nomination process for institutions located in one of the following countries, who are then also eligible for reimbursement from COST: Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Palestinian Authority, Russia, Syria, Tunisia, and Ukraine. Further information: www.cost.eu   COST is the oldest and widest European intergovernmental framework for transnational Cooperation in Science and Technology. COST has been supporting networking of research activities across its Member countries and beyond for over 40 years. In the ...
... providing professional research support: administrative, legal and financial. As only participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina and from Croatia are currently part of the network, there is still a possibility to join the activities for research administrators from Serbia, FRY of Macedonia as COST countries and for those from Albania and Montenegro as so-called Near Neighbourhood countries ...
The event was hosted by the Ministry of Science of Montenegro and the Minister, H.E. Sanja Vlahovic. It brought several representatives from the European Commission to Budva to speak about Horizon 2020 both in political as well as in practical terms. The EC delegation was led by Wolfgang Burtscher, Deputy Director General of DG Research and Innovation who spoke to ...
... aims to have the countries associated to the Seventh Framework Programme in principle also to be associated to Horizon 2020 by the time the first grant agreements under Horizon 2020 are signed. This applies to Albania, Bosnia and Herzigovina, Faroe Islands, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and Turkey. As mentioned above, for the Western Balkans (except Kosovo*) these proceedures are well on track and shall be concluded soon, making Albania, Bosina and Herzegovina, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia associated countries - while there are problems with some other countries which some of you ...
This policy brief was prepared within the RRPP Policy Dialogue project Establishing a Dialogue Between Research Communities and Decision-Makers to Improve Social Science Research in Serbia. The promotion meeting at the Media Centar, Belgrade publicised the importance of implementing new measures to stimulate social science researchers in Serbia, which will result in stronger contributions to the betterment of Serbian society. The recommendations for improving social science research in Serbia ...
This research report offers an analysis of the barriers and opportunities experienced by rural entrepreneurs through engaging diasporas in Albania and BiH. The report is a direct result from the RRPP research project Linking Rural Entrepreneurs and Diaspora in Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina implemented by the Centre for Economic Development and Research (CEDAR) of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in cooperation with the Albanian Centre for Social-Economic Research (ACSER) of Albania. The report first ...
The sites in question are: Summer Residence of King Aleksandar Karađorđević in Han Pijesak, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Former French Embassy in Cetinje, Montenegro; Suvača in Kikinda and Coal Mine in Senje, Serbia; Zlatko's Tower, Archaeological Site of Stobi, Aqueduct in Skopje, and Church St. George in Staro Nagorichane, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, with the works at the Fortress of Gumnishte in Kosovo* and St. Mary Monastery in Apollonia, Albania, being in ...
The author article by the RCC Secretary General, has been published by 9 dailies from the region: in Politika (Serbia, published on 24 January 2014); Dnevni avaz, Nezavisne novine and Vecernji list (Bosnia and Herzegovina, published on 22 January 2014); Vijesti (Montenegro, published on 20 January 2014); Mapo (Albania, published on 17 January 2014); Jutarnji list (Croatia, published on 17 January 2014); Utrinski vesnik (The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, published on 17 January 2014); and Tribuna (Kosovo*, published on 16 January 2014). The articles, including all translations to English are available ...
Call for abstracts Nowadays, the South-Eastern Europe (SEE) faces a challenge to increase the innovation capacity as a basic precondition for achieving sustainable growth and competitiveness on the global market. The new strategic direction of the SEE is based upon the ambitious goal to follow the leading world economies and to attain the EU membership. This implies the necessity for SEE countries to adjust towards the main EU developments. In this context, the new EU strategic framework ...
... Intervention: Balancing Justice and Order Dr. Maxine David (University of Surrey, United Kingdom) **Language instruction in all courses is English** We invite graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, NGO leaders and civil society activists from all countries to apply. Reduced tuition is available for applicants from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. This reduced tuition is also available for students from other conflict or post-conflict regions. Full scholarship awarded by the European Fund for the Balkans is available for 10 strongest selected applicants from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. Interested applicants should fill out ...
... Source: European Commission Topics: WBIF Type: Other Beneficiaries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia, Western Balkans Keywords: call for proposals, Guidelines, wbif, western balkans investment framework Find all information on the Document website. This document aims to provide WBIF stakeholders, particularly officials from relevant institutions in WBIF beneficiaries, with a concise and user-friendly guide to preparing and submitting applications for grant support under ...
This is the first time in a macro-regional strategy that there has been an equal balance of EU countries (Croatia, Greece, Italy, Slovenia) and non-EU countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia) working together to meet common challenges and build on shared strengths. Crucially in a region that has seen some of Europe's most serious conflicts, the strategy will help to bring the Western Balkans closer to the European Union. Its focus will be above all on blue growth, transport, sustainable ...
... for investors are the significant catch-up potential and the efficiencies of increased cross-border economic activity. The attractiveness of the region for foreign investment has increased thanks to improved political stability and progress in the Euro-Atlantic integration in recent years. Croatia became a member of the European Union in 2013, and Montenegro and Serbia are in the process of membership negotiations. Other countries are continuing on the course of EU approximation. At the same time intensified regional cooperation has significantly brightened economic prospects and the region’s stability. The EBRD sees itself as a supporter of these processes, a promoter of the ...
The author article by the RCC Secretary General, has been published by 9 dailies from the region: in Politika (Serbia, published on 24 January 2014); Dnevni avaz, Nezavisne novine and Vecernji list (Bosnia and Herzegovina, published on 22 January 2014); Vijesti (Montenegro, published on 20 January 2014); Mapo (Albania, published on 17 January 2014); Jutarnji list (Croatia, published on 17 January 2014); Utrinski vesnik (The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, published on 17 January 2014); and Tribuna (Kosovo*, published on 16 January 2014). The articles, including all translations to English are available ...
37% H2020 Regional Launching Conference Event 14. Feb. 2014
More details will shortly be published. For the time being, expected prominent speakers will be: Sanja Vlahović, Minister of Science of Montenegro Igor Lukšić, PhD, Deputy Prime Minister for IR and EU integration Vujica Lazović, PhD, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policy and Financial System Robert-Jan Smits, Director General, DG Research and Innovation Lindita Nikolla,  Minister of Education and Sports of Albania (tbc) Sredoje Nović, Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia ...
... days after completion of the residency, the candidate must submit a written report. Conditions of entry Applicants eligible for the fellowship are writers from all genres under 35 (born after 1979) from CEI Member States, which are not part of the European Union (Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia and Ukraine). Application guidelines The deadline for applications is 30 April 2014. Applications must be received in a sealed envelope by regular mail. The committee will consider entries postmarked on or before 30 April 2014. Slovene Writers’ Association (Writer in Residence) Tomšičeva 12 SI-1000 Ljubljana Slovenia The application must ...
... role in history teaching. Contact: Claudia Lichnofsky lichnofsky@gei.de Find more information on the website The project follows on from the “Textbook and Curriculum Development in South Eastern Europe” project and its sub-project around the Albanian-speaking areas of the region. The geographical area it covers encompasses Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and southern Serbia. The project organises conferences on the content of textbooks and on public discourse around ethnic, national, state and regional approaches to history in the context of school as well as seminars on textbook design. Stipends for textbook authors and academics working in this field enable them to ...
This award will be given to 14 young scientists - one in each country that is part of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region [Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Moldavia, Montenegro, Serbia, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Romania and the Ukraine]. The award seeks to encourage young scientists to engage in the scientific examination of issues and questions specifically related to the Danube, and to stimulate the scientific community in the Danube region. The award will be endowed with € 1,200.- for ...
The growth performance of the pre-accession countries improved in 2013. GDP growth turned positive in the four Western Balkan economies that had experienced recession in 2012 and gathered pace in the other countries where it had slowed down. Albania might be the sole exception to this general pattern. Having picked up in the first quarter and generally accelerated in the second quarter, growth further increased in the third quarter in several countries, including in Serbia where it had ...
The book is based on the training course that he delivers. He has presented courses for research managers in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Albania. More information is available at www.hyperion.ie/h2020-proposalhandbook.htm. The cost of the handbook is 100 euro (including postage).    Dr. Seán McCarthy of Hyperion has just published a handbook to help researchers participate in Horizon 2020. The title of the book is "How to ...
... a higher education degree in the Western Balkans. Also EU nationals can apply for a scholarship (except for Bachelor), on condition that they are registered at or obtained a degree from an EU university.For more detailed eligibility criteria, please check this link. Eligible Western Balkan countries are: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo* (under UNSCR 1244/99) and Serbia. More information on Basileus I, Basileus II, Basileus III and Basileus IV can be found here.  More information on the current project Basileus V can be found here ...
... a higher education degree in the Western Balkans. Also EU nationals can apply for a scholarship (except for Bachelor), on condition that they are registered at or obtained a degree from an EU university.For more detailed eligibility criteria, please check this link. Eligible Western Balkan countries are: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo* (under UNSCR 1244/99) and Serbia. More information on Basileus I, Basileus II, Basileus III and Basileus IV can be found here.  More information on the current project Basileus V can be found here ...
... 2014 (Think Tanks Providing Research and Advice through Interaction and Networking). Programme aims The TRAIN Programme seeks to foster a fruitful policy dialogue between think tanks and political actors in the EU candidate countries and potential candidate countries of the Western Balkans (i.e. Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia). Especially with a view to the European integration process, the voice of the think tanks of the region and their impact upon national policy-making must be strengthened and their visibility and credibility vis-à-vis EU actors enhanced. In order to build the necessary institutional capacity in the countries concerned ...
... variables in pre-defined categories. The model for these indicators is the Bologna Process Scorecard – used in the 2012 Bologna Implementation Report. The Scoreboard covers all 28 EU Member States, as well as Iceland, Turkey, Liechtenstein and Norway. Data is not available for Switzerland. The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYRoM), Montenegro and Serbia are not covered by the report as they joined the Eurydice network in the course of 2013, after the project had started. This document is published by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA, Eurydice and Policy Support) and is to be quoted as the European Commission ...
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