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29% Centre for Evaluation in Education and Science Organisation 20. Sep. 2006
CEON/CEES is a virtual R&D institute, acting as a S&T observatory. Pulls together experts from various Serbian institutions in a non-for-profit organization to develop informetric methods and databases intended for the evaluation, as well as for promotion of research results produced in Serbia. Works on integration of the national system of S&T information and its harmonization with EU standards. Is pleading for public, data-based, and non-arbitrary evaluation. Supports, promotes, and is practicing Open Access to S&T information. Source: CEES Website, as of December 2008. http://www.ceon.rs
84% Potočnik in Serbia News 18. Aug. 2006
In a high-level meeting in Belgrade on July 14, 2006, Janez Potočnik, the EU Commissioner for Science and Research and Aleksandar Popović, Minister of Science of Serbia were discussing the opening-up of EU funds in research for the Serbian scientific community. “Integration is an ambitious goal, but research is the key tool for realising it. This is a field that opens many doors and we now need to focus on the importance of research in order to ...
31% G. Bonas: Update on IPA Initiative News 18. Aug. 2006
... we can state: the absence of S&T in the priority fields of intervention for CARDS, the timid support from representatives of the EU Member States in the CARDS Committee and, last but not least, the lack of adequate demand from the WBCs for such projects (with the exception of Serbia). Currently the CARDS Programme for the WBCs is coming to an end and the European Union is finalising a new development aid scheme in line with the European Neighborhood Policy: the Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA). The Instrument for Pre-Accession The regulations for the new instrument (IPA), which will cover the ...
A project recently launched by six partners from Austria, Croatia, Italy, Serbia-Montenegro and Slovenia is designed to contribute to the dialogue on medical research on the level of individual researchers and projects: The EU-FP6-funded 'Medical Research Initiative South Eastern Europe' (MedResIn SEE) sets out to strengthen cooperation in biomedical research in Central and South Eastern Europe. Carolin Auer informs us about an initiative to support medical research in South East Europe. ...
The Norwegian Cooperation Programme with the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia and Serbia-Montenegro) in Research and Higher Education. Inger-Ann Ulstein from Norway provides a summary of the Norwegian initiatives towards the Western Balkans. The Norwegian Cooperation Programme with the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia and Serbia-Montenegro) in Research and Higher Education. Norway and the Western ...
30% Book Announcements (summer 06) News 18. Aug. 2006
... published a book on 'Research and Development in South East Europe' – based on a collaborative research project which pursued the objectives to identify strengths and weaknesses in the R&D structure of national innovation systems in South East Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia including Kosovo/UNMIK and Romania) and to link the information to the Austrian innovation system and its current activities towards the region.Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Forschung (ed.): Research and Development in South East Europe. Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, Wien/Graz, 2006. ISBN: 3-7083-0377-6 Copies of this book can be ordered ...
... fields of physics, electricity, magnetism and mechanical engineering. His patents and theoretical works form the basis of modern alternating current (AC) electric power systems, including the polyphase power distribution systems and the asynchronous motor, marking the dawn of the Second Industrial Revolution. This anniversary is of special national importance in Serbia and in Croatia: Nikola Tesla was an ethnic Serb born in Croatia. The Serbian and Croatian governments therefore initiated a joint event to commemorate Nikola Tesla. Workshops held under the auspicies of the European Commission has been organised in Zagreb and Belgrade from October 7-11, 2006. Commissioner Janez Potoč ...
... and importance of research and technology in Serbia and the basic economy indicators presented in the form of the tables of statistical data on the population, structure and employment of the country and its science and technology system as of 2004. In the table assuming the national innovation capacity indicators Serbia is compared with Bulgaria, Romania and other EU countries.* Serbia’s current and future political and economic challenges.* Main goals based on the European integration prospect.* Regional aspects of research and technology activities within the framework of the South East Foresight Triangle including the Great Southern Plain Region (Hungary), RDA West (Romania) and Vojvodina (Serbia).The general issue discussed in ...
In the report compiled by the National Competitiveness Council the Croatia’s competitiveness status as of 2004 is compared with that of other 10 countries (Italy, Austria, Ireland, Portugal, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Serbia and Montenegro). The document points out a set of areas in which Croatia lags behind and identifies a bunch of elements in which the changes for better have been noted. The Report suggests Croatia to work urgently in three main directions as follows: The structural reforms related to the transition ...
The report prepared by the specialists of the Interuniversity Center Dubrovnik offers the hypothesis of the future, which the South-East European (SEE) countries face in terms of their research and development (R&D) situation, by comparative analysis of Croatia with other SEE countries.Throughout history SEE has been the boarder among civilizations and periphery of Europe. Presently some countries in SEE are member states of the EU, some are candidates and some are in transition. This area ...
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