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... establishment and expansion of transnational business-driven innovation networks (including SMEs) between Austria and CEE/SEE countries for the development and implementation of innovation and for increasing and strengthening R&D cooperation and technology transfer.Potential partner countries include Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, FYR of Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovakia, and Slovenia.While the majority of the projects in the first call in the year 2006 were 'Networking Projects', the second call, which is now open, is focused on 'Innovations Projects': within this category projects have to feature an obvious element of RTDI and ideally are mostly influenced by the involved SME in cooperation with research ...
... analyses the Western Balkan countries regarding Internet connectivity, access to international e-resources, access to local research and science/journal publishing (paper and electronic). His results are summarised in the table attached. An important player in the region as regards these aspects is COBISS.Net, a project advancing the free exchange of bibliographic records. In its framework, autonomous library information systems of BiH, Montenegro, the FYR of Macedonia, Slovenia and Serbia were already created. The project and the corresponding software are developed by the Slovenian agency ISZUM (Institute of Information Science). This institute is also pushing CRIS (= Current Research Information Systems) initiatives in the region, which are overall coordinated by euroCRIS, an institution aiming at a European-wide interoperability ...
48% ERI SEE Documents and Newsletter Document 15. Oct. 2006
The ERI SEE Secretariat acts as a regional platform for co-operation in the education area and serves as an interface between ongoing national reforms in South Eastern Europe and current trends and developments in the education sector at EU level.Interesting documents are the newsletters which are published twice a year and the workprogrammes. ERI SEE Newsletter No. 2 (February 2006). Available from: http://www.see-educoop.net/graz_2003/downloads/ERISEENewsletter2005.pdf, accessed: 13. October ...
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 Balkan countries ...
46% Book Announcements (summer 06) News 18. Aug. 2006
... zur Förderung der Forschung’ (GFF) 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 ...
44% S&T in Albania News 18. Aug. 2006
... intergovernmental S&T agreement, but the Ministry of Education and Science is responsible for the implementation through protocols. The administration of bilateral intergovernmental RTD programmes is implemented by the Directorate of Scientific Research. Currently one major aim in Albanian policy is to increase bilateral cooperation. Therefore this year the Ministry of Education and Science, via its Directorate of Scientific Research, has signed protocols with the FYR of Macedonia and Slovenia. Challenges in S&TAlbania has faced a difficult and turbulent decade. It was characterised by the lack of rule of law and economic collapse. Although considerable progress has been made in Albania since 1999, a lot remains to be done. Albanian research suffers from a lack of up-to-date ...
... D) in the Republic of Macedonia” covering only individual aspects of the matter in question. So, the policy framework section includes the information on the governmental bodies and the legal basis of the R&D Sector denoting the specific Laws and their functioning as well the main principles of performing the scientific activities in FYR Macedonia. The other section briefly summarizes Macedonia’s R&D cooperation with EU. Joint Research Center (JRC, for meeting in Geel – no year): Research and Development (R&D) in the Republic of Macedonia. Available from http://www.jrc.cec.eu.int/enlargement/events/20041026/presentations/barbutov-macedonia-20041026.pdf, accessed 10 August 2006. Internet http ...
The report presents assessment of the science and technology (S&T) status as of December 2004 of five Western Balkan countries: Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia & Montenegro.The author highlights the fact that the objectives posed by EU on its way to the knowledge-based economy are fully relevant to the Western Balkan countries and their aspiration to become EU members in the future implies their adoption of the objectives acknowledged as the priority by ...
The publication summarizes UNESCO’s experience and role in South-East Europe and outlines a proposal for future action in the region.The paper comprises extracts from the Director General’s speeches on South-East Europe as well as the reports presented by the Ministers or Representatives of Ministers of South-East European Member States. The paper also contains the main documents of the High-level Conference on Strengthening Cooperation in South-East Europe (held at UNESCO Headquarters on 4 and 5 April 2002), including a strategy plan for UNESCO’ long-standing action in the region identifying the priority areas of the future cooperation in the countries of the region as well as the Chairman’s ...
... quot;Integration of the non-candidate countries in South Eastern Europe (Western Balkan Countries) into the European Research Area and the future EU RTD activities" The document summarizes the main issues of the Vienna Workshop on integration of Western Balkan countries into the European Research Area and the 6th EU RTD Framework Program (FP6) - from the year 2000. Topic is the strategy of integration of the mentioned countries into European Research Area as well as the EU future RTD activities associated with the integration in question.The general ...
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