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... funding programme within the context of the SEE-ERA.NET network. All 14 countries in the SEE-ERA-NET project have declared that they will participate with national financial contributions to this first pilot joint call: ALBANIA, AUSTRIA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, BULGARIA, CROATIA, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA, MONTENEGRO, ROMANIA, SLOVENIA, SERBIA. 2. What kind of projects will be funded? The SEE-ERA.NET Pilot Joint Call focuses on specific thematic areas: Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology: sub area “Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest and aquatic environments”Information and Communication Technologies: sub area “Applications Research”Environment ...
... Society in Serbia (Official Gazette of RS, No. 55/05 and 71/05). Available from: http://www.mntr.sr.gov.yu/uploads/articles/nauka_strategija_id.pdfaccessed 29.11.2006 2)Ministry of Scinece and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia, Fund for an Opened Society Serbia and UNDP Serbia and Montenegro (2005): National Strategy for an Information Society in Serbia (Draft 1, Belgrade September 2005). Available from: http://www.undp.org.yu/tareas/ict4d/Information%20Society%20Strategy%20-%20draft1.pdf, accessed 28.11.2006. Internet http://www.mntr.sr.gov.yu/uploads/articles/nauka_strategija_id.pdf
... 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 Austrian Science and Research Liaison Offices (ASO) Ljubljana and Sofia launch regular calls for proposals for projects in research cooperation and networking between Austria, the ASO countries (Slovenia and Bulgaria) and Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, and Serbia (including Kosovo). Funding is provided by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Science and Research. Possible project activities are comparative studies, publications, mappings and the exchange of know-how, etc. in specified fields. More information on eligibility criteria, consortium composition and the details on the topics of the programme ...
... on this synergy between IPA and research. It is now clear that all necessary efforts will be taken by the Commission services to ensure adequate attention and resources for projects in the fields of education and research. News provided by Tatjana Knezevic and Slobodanka Koprivica, Ministry of Education and Science, Montenegro.The copy of this letter has been can be found in the Document Service /doc/565.html. Article published in eJournal fall 06. On October 10, 2006, an important letter was sent to all ministers of the Western Balkan countries: Olli Rehn, Commissioner responsible for Enlargement reaffirmed that education in ...
The first draft programme for the Conference "Building Knowledge Society Through Public RTD Funding" which will be held in Nova Gorica (Slovenia), May 31 - June 2, 2007 has been received and it includes some very interesting ideas for round tables, sessions and workshops. FIRST DRAFT PROGRAMME, September 18, 2006. not to be cited. SBRA
A very encouraging and truly sweeping speech was given by European Commissioner for Science and Research Janez Potočnik at the Conference "Why Invest in Science in South Eastern Europe?" in Ljubljana (Slovenia) on September 29, 2006. This "SPEECH/06/551" is available from the website of Potočnik's speeches http://ec.europa.eu/commission_barroso/potocnik/news/speeches_en.htm. Potočnik, Janez: Why invest in science in South Eastern Europe? Speech held at International Conference ...
Since 1990, the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), together with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), has been conducting a programme of scientific cooperation with Eastern Europe. From the year 2000 onwards, Switzerland and the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia) have been cooperating in the framework of the so-called SCOPES-programme (Scientific Co-operation between Eastern Europe and Switzerland). The cooperation programme is organised in four-year phases: SCOPES 2000-2004: CHF 14,0 million budget (1 CHF = 0,6 euro)SCOPES 2005-2008: CHF 13,0 million budget The programme mainly comprises ...
... costs, small equipment, and so forth. Gruber: How many countries are participating in the Pilot Joint Call? Sidiropoulos: All countries represented in the SEE-ERA-NET project participate in the Pilot Joint Call. They are: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia. These countries contribute national funding to this Pilot Joint Call. It was a very pleasant surprise that the whole consortium joined forces in order to create this call for proposals. Gruber: Many researchers in South Eastern Europe cooperate with scientists from Italy and also Turkey. Why ...
... 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 ...
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