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The Russian-German “FAIR-Russia Research Centre” (FRRC) was established in the Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP, Moscow) in 2008.
Inauguration of FRRC has been the important stage of Russian-German cooperation development in the field of nuclear science and technique.
The aim of this project is to support mutually beneficial cooperation between the scientific groups which work on various aspects and directions of FAIR project (FAIR - Facility for Anti-proton and Ion Research), such as the accelerating physics and technologies, astrophysics, physics of plasma, the nuclear and hadron physics, the applied physics, physics fast processes occuring in materials under influence of powerful laser impulses, information technologies, etc.
This cooperation facilitates the further active integration of Russia into world and European scientific and technological space.



The main aim of CREMLIN Innovation Workshop, under WP8, Task 8.4 of the CREMLIN Project, is to focus on the importance of innovation and to highlight the positive impact of innovation activities in the EU-Russian cooperation at the level of Megascience facilities. The Workshop will be based on the exchange of best practice, with the main orientation to stimulate mutual learning and to identify recommendations for improving the innovation infrastructure.

To ensure the best possible results, to share their practices, the workshop shall get together experts from existing European, Russian and international platforms and initiatives with representatives from the Russian and European Megascience facilities participating in the CREMLIN project to help them strengthen the impact of their research by learning from each other how to approach various challenges of managing innovation within the domain of their respective organizations. The workshop will be focused on the innovation potential and industry collaboration possibilities for the Megascience projects, including industrial users, technology transfer and links to the regional innovation system around the Megascience facilities.
Date: 10 October 2017
Venue: Glass Hall, Building 101, Anker Engelundsvej 1, 2800 Lyngby, Denmark

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The aim the IEEE Conference on Industrial Cyber-Physical System is to provide a platform to exchange research and innovation results, lessons learned from industrial practices associated to new paradigms and technologies such as Cyber-Physical Systems, Digital Economy, Industries 4.0, Digitalization of the Industry and the Industrial-Internet-of-Things, among others.
Topics within the scope of the conference will include, but are not limited to:

Engineering Methods and Tools for ICPS; Life Cycle and Value Stream for ICPS;
ICPS Architectures and Standards; ICPS Interoperability;
Connectivity OT/IT in ICPS; Robotics and ICPS;
Internet-of-Things, Internet-of-Services and ICPS;
Control and Management in ICPS; Security in ICPS;
Education in ICPS; Digitalization and ICPS;
ICPS and HMI; Safety in ICPS; ICPS Applications.

Conference dates: May 15-18, 2018.

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The G200 Youth Forum will be one of the largest international events organized for the youth from around 200 countries in 2017, and over 300 young leaders, students and academics, representatives of the business world and parliaments will participate in it.

The G200 Youth Forum 2017 will have five main platforms which will run in tandem with each other:

G200 Youth Summit – resulting in the Communiqué;
Conference – with publication of academic articles in the Conference Proceedings;
International Young Parliamentarians’ Debate – with Joint Statement;
G200 Young Professionals Platform - resulting in the Perspectives;
G200 Entrepreneurs Platform – best practices exchanges;
Joint Sessions of the G200 Youth Summit, Conference and International Young Parliamentarians’ Debate participants – with Joint Sessions reports.

Venue: Dubai, the United Arab Emirates
 Date:  06-10 December 2017

This is the 12th year of the Forum. In 2006 and 2013 the event was held in Saint-Petersburg.

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Emerging Leaders will take place from 17 – 23 January 2018.

Thirty selected candidates from different countries will participate in a blend of technical, social and cultural events accompanied by mentors from business, politics and academia.
The program is linked to the topic of Arctic Frontiers 2018 “Connecting the Arctic” and includes the following sessions:
    Session 1: Politics and Security in the High North
    Session 2: Technology Development and Arctic Business
    Session 3: Connecting the Arctic
    Session 4: Workshop, preparing a presentation

The program starts in the city of Bodø, then continues onboard the Norwegian Coastal Express “Hurtigruten” and ends in Tromsø, “the gateway to the Arctic”. To explore the marine resources and potential in the Lofoten Islands, a stopover will be made in Svolvær. The participants will be challenged to engage in discussions and presentations during the program.

Deadline for registration 1 October 2017.

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