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... Commissioner Potočnik in his opening speech in Vienna - happened on October 18, 2006, in Königswinter/Bonn, Germany. Taking advantage of a meeting in the so-called “West Balkan Forum of SEE-ERA.NET”, the participants representing the relevant ministries of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia, discussed a proposal for the rules of procedure for the Steering Platform.On October 20, during the SEE-ERA.NET Steering Board Meeting, the results were presented to Tania Friederichs from the European Commission and Elke Dall from the Information Office in form of a working document, envisaging the ...
37% Institute of Information Science Organisation 6. Nov. 2006
... mainly engaged in the development and operation of the COBISS system and services (Co-operative Online BIbliographic System and Services), which represents the core of the library information system in Slovenia and of library information systems in some other countries linked in the COBISS.Net network (Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Albania). IZUM develops the Information system on research in Slovenia - SICRIS (Slovenian Current Research Information System), which not only includes data on research organisations, researchers and research projects, but also supports the development of similar systems (E-CRIS) in other countries. On the basis of consortium agreements with foreign ...
99% University of Montenegro Organisation 23. Oct. 2006
... the University in Titograd. A year after it was founded, it changed its name into the University ”Veljko Vlahović”, and since 1992 it has its present name. Today the University of Montenegro is situated in ten Montenegrin towns: Podgorica, Nikšic, Cetinje, Kotor, Herceg Novi, Bar, Bijelo Polje, Budva, Pljevlja and Berane and includes 20 faculties, three institutes and two independent study programmes. International Cooperation: Directly or over its units the University of Montenegro cooperates with numerous scientific and educational institutions in the ...
... member states without any geographical restriction.  In the West Balkans, COST has the following member states: Croatia, Serbia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. In the frame of its Near Neighbour scheme, COST stimulates the participation of re-searchers from the Western Balkan region (Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro), from Mediterranean countries and from European NIS countries. COST supports and funds the attendance of researchers from these countries for the participation in COST Actions (in accordance with COST Financial Rules and Proce-dures). As a precursor of advanced multidisciplinary research, COST plays a very important role in the realisation of ...
40% 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 ...
... Austrian efforts to help the Montenegrin nation in improving its Higher Education system in accordance with EU standards. (News provided by Sreten Škuletic, University of Montenegro.) Article published in eJournal summer 06. The Austrian Development Agency (ADA), the Austrian Embassy, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Montenegro and the University of Montenegro signed an agreement on July 28, 2006 for the establishment of six walk-in Internet centres for the University of Montenegro ...
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 ...
38% Book Announcements (summer 06) News 18. Aug. 2006
... 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 can ...
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 process and ...
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