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The final agenda is available below for download as well as the progress reports on recent developments regarding S&T cooperation in/with/for the Western Balkan Countries.These reports are to be presented by the members of the Steering Platform on Research for the Western Balkan Countries during the meeting. The event is organised back-to-back with an event of the Danube-INCO.NET project. For all further information see www.danube-inco.net For questions, please contact Ms. Ildikó ...
The authors can present their work in 18 working areas, namely: maritime sciences, logistics in transport, transport engineering and technology, transport economics, transport management, maritime and transport law, safety and security in transport, ecology in transport, transport optimization, traffic and space, transport infrastructure, transport planning, urban transport, intermodal transport, intelligent transport systems, human resources in transport, educational aspect in transport, ...
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 opportunities with Austrian NCPs and students of the Master course in ...
Keeping  pace with the market trends and demand ‘Save the Planet’ encourages the waste and recycling technology transfer to South-East Europe. It will provide participants with a quick market entry and opportunity to meet face-to-face state and municipal representatives e.g. government officials, mayors, ecologists; branch associations; investors and entrepreneurs; executives from the sectors: waste management, recycling, ecology and related industry branches.   The 2014 Edition at a ...
... part  “Science  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 ...
The major subject of INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS - IS '14 international scientific conference will be: TOWARDS NEW INDUSTRIALIZATION During the conference session, the major subject will be presented through the following specialist areas: Production Systems Mechatronics, Robotics And Automation Information, Management And Quality, Effectiveness And Logistics Engineering Management Disaster Risk Management For more details please see attachment. Contact: IS.Conference@uns.ac.rs; or dudic@uns.ac.rs; or ...
... Innovation officers will influence a large number of topics, enhance actual innovation outcomes, and assist in overcoming the time bottleneck of SMEs. Their roles are highly diverse, but often emphasise the importance of external contacts for innovation. Part III focuses on the pilot project for the innovation voucher scheme for Croatia and Kosovo[1]*. The pilot-project Innovation Voucher Scheme has the objective to introduce a system that would allow large numbers of SMEs (Small and Medium Sized Enterprises) to utilise external sources of expertise. Because SMEs generally lack the necessary manpower and resources, they run into seriously delays when it comes ...
This publication contains an overview of the student financial support schemes in 31 European countries and much more on the quantitative aspect of the use of portable grants/loans by European mobile students. It includes also short profiles of grant/loan schemes in 11 selected countries that have opened up their schemes, fully or partially, for outgoing student mobility. It is the major outcome of an EU-funded project - STiME, carried out jointly by the Brussels-based Academic Cooperation ...
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 ...
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.
... General  for  Research  and  Innovation;  General  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 ...
32% Project: CIVITAS RENAISSANCE Project 28. Apr. 2014
FYR of Macedonia In the light of the current transport situation, Macedonia’s capital has joined CIVITAS RENAISSANCE to benefit from the know-how and best practice of other CIVITAS cities. Skopje is working on a strategy for the development of a sustainable urban transport system with a particular focus on the development of public transport. The quality of the service will be improved through real-time passenger information, and smart ticketing solutions based on an integrated fare system for ...
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 solutions, ...
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 ...
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 ...
32% Methodology for Innovation Management Document 14. Apr. 2014
The Methodology for Innovation Management deals with the different aspects of the innovation management process starting from definition of ten recommended innovation management techniques, across the 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 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 ...
... RTDI evaluation in an open dialogue. It focused on the experience gained across policy fields in the evaluation domain. Particular emphasis was given to the RTDI evaluation and its national and regional relevance. Moreover, synergies with the EVAL-INNO activities were defined to enable cross-fertilization. The evaluation societies and initiatives from Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia, Moldova and Austria shared their experiences on national and international level and discussed about future cooperation in this field. Important issues have been tackled, such as the role of evaluation in nowadays RTDI culture and the most appropriate educational path for future evaluators. The core event started with ...
... basis for the subsequent analyses, and serve as contact points in order to disseminate information and project results to interested parties and stakeholders in their respective country. The deadline for submitting offers is 3 May 2014, 17 hrs Central European Time. Please find the TERMS OF REFERENCE for tenders from Croatia below. Source and more information: https://www.zsi.at/de/object/news/3117 Project full name: Public Participation in Developing a Common Framework for Assessment and Management of Sustainable Innovation The CASI project responds to the Horizon 2020 challenge "Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials”. It further addresses the ...
The major objective of the country correspondent is to: gather original information needed for the implementation of the project so as to ensure a sound information basis for the subsequent analyses, and serve as contact points in order to disseminate information and project results to interested parties and stakeholders in their respective country. The deadline for submitting offers is 3 May 2014, 17 hrs Central European Time. Please find the TERMS OF REFERENCE for tenders from Hungary below. ...
The major objective of the country correspondent is to: gather original information needed for the implementation of the project so as to ensure a sound information basis for the subsequent analyses, and serve as contact points in order to disseminate information and project results to interested parties and stakeholders in their respective country. The deadline for submitting offers is 3 May 2014, 17 hrs Central European Time. Please find the TERMS OF REFERENCE for tenders from Slovakia below. ...
For downloading the book you need to register to the OSCE iLibrary. Find the LogIn here Source: OECD online bookshop (http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/science-and-technology/oecd-reviews-of-innovation-policy-croatia-2013_9789264204362-en) This OECD Review of Innovation Policy in Croatia offers a comprehensive assessment of the innovation system of Croatia, focusing on the role of government. It suggests that EU integration opens a window of opportunity for strengthening Croatia's science, technology and innovation systems, and recommends that Croatia improve governance, rebalance the innovation mix and do more to foster business innovation.     ...
... and their information flyer. Please send us your flyer until latest 25th April 2014 to Umwelttechnik BW, Bahnhofspassage 2, 71034 Böblingen, Germany.  You are invited to meet new cooperation partners at the meeting point on the Action Area Danube Region. During the fair we will welcome delegations from Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Hungary and Romania. Country presentations will take place in the conference room A11 (first floor, Hall A1) on Wednesday, 7th May (Serbia, Hungary) and on Thursday, 8th May (Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia) from 2pm to 6pm. We will send you the program on your request. Source and contact:  ...
... Opportunity for participating in future activities of the Centre (research & co-editing proceedings) Discount towards participation fee for future conferences Drinks and meals during both days of the conference WLAN during the conference Certificate of attendance Centre for Research in Humanities and Social Sciences is a private institution founded in Croatia (EU). We selected Austria as a place for hosting conferences due to Austria’s favourable geographic position, and liberal Visa regime for conference participants with EU Visa requirements. Unfortunately, the Centre has no available funds for covering transport and accommodation in Austria. Participants are responsible for finding funding to cover ...
... 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 ...
... General  for  Research  and  Innovation;  General  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 ...
32% Regional Innovation Scoreboard 2014 Document 24. Mar. 2014
This 6th edition of the Regional Innovation Scoreboard (RIS) provides a comparative assessment of innovation performance across 190 regions of the European Union, Norway and Switzerland. The RIS accompanies the Innovation Union Scoreboard (IUS) which benchmarks innovation    performance at the level of Member States. Where the IUS provides an annual benchmark of Member States’ innovation performance, regional innovation benchmarks are less frequent and less detailed due to a ...
32% Innovation Union Scoreboard 2014 Document 24. Mar. 2014
... for 4 indicators, 2010 for 9 indicators and 2009  for 1 indicator. The IUS 2014 gives a comparative assessment of the innovation performance of the EU Member States and the relative strengths and weaknesses of their research andinnovation systems. It monitors innovation trends across the EU Member States,including Croatia, from this edition as the 28 the Member State, as well as Iceland, theFormer Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and Turkey. It also includes comparisons between the EU and 10 global competitors. Average innovation performance is measured by summarizing performance over equally - weighted 25 indicators in one composite ...
... by taking up: Partner roles in preparing proposals for COST Actions Leadership roles in COST Actions Initiator roles in scientific committees Grant Holder role Primary target countries are the following COST countries which include both EU-Member States (EU13) and enlargement countries:  Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Turkey. Additionally, for other countries 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 ...
... with more information on the concrete possibilities to join the action.   The COST Action BESTPRAC met in Zagreb on March 18-19, 2014 with the objective to create a European network of persons 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 project is funded by the European Union and the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme. RE-SEEties is a two-year long project to address the problem of inefficient resource use in cities. The project is supported by the European Union and the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme, with the participation of eight South East European municipalities and several professional institution partners. The goal is to help municipalities develop integrated ...
      Paper Submission – Calendar: Abstract submission: March 30th, 2014 Notification of abstract acceptance: April 15th, 2014 Full paper submission: June 28th, 2014 Notification of accepted papers: July 31st, 2014 Early registration: August 31st, 2014 Confirmation of the participation: September 20th, 2014 Please submit your paper to: smes2014@teikoz.gr   Paper Publication: All submitted papers will be double-blind reviewed. The selected papers will be published ...
... development within the European Union. The European Commission provides up to EUR 2.4 million worth of funding per ERA Chair.  The newly created positions have to be published. The following institutions will receive funding within the ERA Chairs pilot call: Belgium: Université de Mons, Energy efficiency in Cities Croatia: University of Zagreb -Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Molecular Veterinary Medicine Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita, Life Sciences Estonia: Tallinna Tehnikaulikool, Chemistry and Biomass Treatment Poland: Instytut Genetyki Roslin Polskiej Akademii Nauk, Plant Biology Portugal: MITI – Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute Associacao, Human Computer Interactions Serbia: Institut Za Nuklearne Nauke Vinca, Nanotechnology Slovakia ...
... and the European Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy Štefan Füle the four separate panels were discussing regional projects and opportunities for investment in energy, transport, and corporates, as well as ways to improve investment climate. In a special session, the seven Prime Ministers of the Western Balkans countries and Croatia were addressing the audience. The aim of the forum was to highlight potential investment and business opportunities in the region and promote the inflow of foreign direct investment and cross-border projects. The conference was providing a unique opportunity for a far-reaching exchange of views to bridge the gap between political ...
In Eastern Europe and Central Asia, the link from growth to jobs was tenuous in the first decade of the transition, giving rise to the notion of jobless growth. Yet, European countries suffered large job losses during the recent recession, suggesting that jobs and growth are closely entwined. This study takes a new look at this issue. It provides a cross-country analysis of the employment intensity of growth over the last decade and a half in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, which includes the ...
... 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 at the language links below. http://www.rcc.int/docs/0/334/article-by-rcc-secretary-general-goran-svilanovic-featuring-rccs-see-2020-strategy
... necessary documents can be found here The online application form is available here. General website is to be found here. The Free State of Bavaria offers new scholarships for German language courses in 2014. The scholarships include tuition fees, accommodation and meals. Students and young scientists from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia (FYROM), Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine with basic German knowledge (at least A2-level) are eligible to apply for the summer school grants for German language in Bavaria. The scholarships include the course fee, accommodation and a food allowance at a Bavarian University ...
The acquired Raman micro/spectroscopy expertise will be focused on: Chemical analyses and localization of various chemical compounds in plants and plant products Microbes Fish meat Food constituents Practical application in recent food technology methods, such as encapsulation. In order to improve interaction between AREA teams and their scientific and non-scientific stakeholders and media, a series of dissemination activities, including international conferences and workshops,will be ...
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 ...
... of the Alpe Adria Danube universities INitiative – ALADIN , (http://eLivingLab.org/CrossBordereRegion/EUDanubeRegionStrategy/ALADINPositionPaper) proposing open innovation approach in the Living Labs environment with a special attention to the SMEs. The signatories of the document were the representatives of the following universities: Bucharest, Romania; BW Munich, Germany; Corvinus, Hungary; Dubrovnik, Croatia; Graz, Austria; Košice, Slovakia; Maribor, Slovenia; Novi Sad, Serbia; Primorska, Slovenia; Rijeka, Croatia; Ruse, Bulgaria; Sofia, Bulgaria; Trento, Italy; Trieste, Italy. The problems in the cross-border processes are rather new to all of us, they are very complex, involving many organizations and requiring a lot of time to be redesigned in order to exploit a current ICT efficiently and successfully. The solutions of ...
... the Central European Initiative Cooperation Fund, the “Baltazar Adam Krcelic” College of Business and Management and Knowledge Economy Network – KEN are organizing a seminar focused on entrepreneurship education for the knowledge economy. The event is taking place from 6 to 11 April 2014 in Zapresic, a small town near Zagreb, Croatia.  This is an opportunity for school leaders and senior learners, accreditation authorities, and others to discuss ways and methods for achieving better entrepreneurial education, focusing particularly on business schools. http://www.vspu.hr/English/Entrepreneurship-Seminar-1495.html Zapresic
... the selected contributions will be notified by 15th April. Conference Proceedings. Selected conference papers will be peer-reviewed for the publishing in the international journal Review of the National Center for Digitization: http://elib.mi.sanu.ac.rs/pages/browse_publication.php?db=ncd. Program Commitee Žarko Mijajlović (Serbia), Chair Dunja Seiter-Šverko (Croatia), Co-chair Umit Atabek (Turkey) Nicolaie Constantinescu (Romania) Zoran Krstulović (Slovenia) Milena Dobreva (Malta) Nikola Ikonomov (Bulgaria) Zoran Ognjanović (Serbia) Selma Rizvić (Bosnia and Hercegovina) Organizing Committee Dragan Blagojević (Serbia) Vesna Vučković (Serbia) Gordana Nastić Todorović (Serbia) Milica Milinković (Serbia) Bojan Marinković (Serbia) Miloš Milovanović (Serbia) Marija Šegan (Serbia) Important Dates ...
... Challenge of International 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 ...
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 ...
... a unique opportunity to learn more about the countries and the region and to get in touch with key decision-makers and business representatives. For more information: please follow this link For Registration please follow this link The EBRD will be hosting all seven prime ministers from the Western Balkans and Croatia in London later this month, the first time it has hosted so many heads of governments at its headquarters. Attending the forum will be the prime ministers of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, all participating under the Gymnich formula. The event on February 24th ...
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 ...
... in a wide spectrum of scientific fields, such as aquaculture, environmental chemistry, veterinary medicine, human computer interactions and low carbon emission in cities (see table). List of projects to be funded under ERA Chairs FP7 Pilot Call Country Institution Area of research Belgium Université de Mons Energy efficiency in cities Croatia University of Zagreb -Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Molecular veterinary medicine Czech Republic Masarykova univerzita Life sciences Estonia Tallinna Tehnikaulikool Chemistry and biomass treatment Poland Instytut Genetyki Roślin Polskiej Akademii Nauk Plant biology Portugal MITI – Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute Associacao Human computer interactions Republic of Serbia Institut Za Nuklearne Nauke Vinca ...
... 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 at the language links below. Download the article: SR BS SR HR ...
... Evidence on Research and Innovation Promoting Innovative Danube Societies Scaling-up Danube Funding Mechanisms Communication and Dissemination and involves partners from almost all countries participating in the EU Strategy for the Danube Region: Austria (ZSI as coordinator, BMWFW and FFG) Bosnia and Herzegovina (Ministry of Civil Affairs) Bulgaria (Univ. of Ruse) Croatia (EKO SUSTAV limited liability company) Germany (BMBF, DLR and Steinbeis) Hungary (RCISD) Moldova (National Academy of Sciences, CIP) Romania (Ministry for National Education) Serbia (University of Novi Sad and Mihaijlo Pupin Institute) Slovak Republic (Bratislava Innovation Center) Slovenia (Ministry for Education, Science and Sports) Ukraine (National Academy of Sciences, IMPEER ...
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