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*LIFT 2006 - the applications of new technologies [ 2006-02-06 ]

LIFT, a conference exploring the applications of new technologies, will take place in Geneva, Switzerland, on February 2 and 3. The goal of the conference is to bring together people involved in the field of new technologies, and who have creative or elegant solutions as to how these technologies may be used.

Speakers will be drawn from the worlds of fashion, technology, business and academia, and will address five major areas:

  • big ideas: from co-creation to blogging via a copyright-free world, the way new technologies break-down the conventional;
  • design: how technology makes life better for people;
  • emerging technologies: nanotechnology to RFID (the chips that will soon be embedded in everything we buy) - what is in the pipeline?;
  • global solidarity: technology as a means not just to connect people, but to save lives;
  • Internet: the glue for almost all of the other topics - how this innovation continues to innovate.
*Regional Conference "Balkan Medicine" Bucharest, 3-5 May 2006 [ 2006-02-06 ]

Workshop SMEs: Biomedical research driven by Balkans' SMEs in relaunching the Lisbon Strategy, contact: Camelia Marinescu, MEdC, Gabriel Vladut, IPA Craiova,

  • Workshop 1: Medical infrastructure
  • Workshop 2: Regenerative medicine
  • Workshop 3: Technological platform: Innovative medicines
  • Workshop 4: Combating of major diseases, regional approach for FP7 (AIDS, tuberculosis, emerging epidemics)
  • Workshop 5: Ethical approach of bio-medical research

*ICCCC 2006 - International Conference on computers , communication & control [ 2006-02-06 ]
June 1-3, 2006, Baile Felix Spa, Oradea, Romania, organized by AGORA University of Oradea & ICT Foundation of Constanta. This event celebrates 100 years since the birth of Great Romanian Mathematician and Computer Pioneer, Grigore C. Moisil (1906-1973).

One session will be dedicated to the presentation of commercially available IT & C products. ICCCC 2006 offers exhibition space (Hotel Termal, May 31- June 2, 2006) to display the latest software products, technologies and equipment from IT & C companies. To register your company please send an e-mail to organizers.

For more details see website of the ICCCC 2006:  

More informations: Dr. Ioan DZITAC, 

*Conference 'Communicating European research (CER) 2005' 14-15 November, Brussels [ 2005-04-15 ]

We have the pleasure to inform you that our Directorate-General will organise a major conference 'Communicating European research (CER) 2005' on 14-15 November in Brussels. Maximum 3000 people will participate. The first announcement is now available on:

As the prime target of this event are participants in EU-funded projects, we would be grateful if you could relay this information to interested parties in your country and sector. Free admission to the Conference will be offered to one NCP for each Member State and Associated State.

Any question on this event can be sent to or to directly to (

*The European Commission has issued its proposal for the 7th Framework Programme [ 2005-04-15 ]

On 6 April 2005, the European Commission has issued its proposal for the 7th Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration activities (2007-2013). - relevant documents.

The Commission's proposal accords an important role to and opportunities for the social sciences and humanities (SSH). This is evident both in terms of budget as well as of the range of actions and types of instruments. The proposed budget: 797 million Euros for collaborative research in SSH.

*EARMA Conference 2005 - Genova, Italy, 16 to 18 June 2005 [ 2005-04-10 ]

We are pleased to invite you to the EARMA Conference 2005 which will be held in Genova, Italy, from 16 to 18 June 2005 organised by the National Institute for the Physics of Matter. The title of the conference will be "Research Management and Governance: strengths and weaknesses of Europe" and speeches will be focused on a comparison between Europe and extra-European countries on the creation of a favourable environment for science. The Conference dinner will take place on the evening of Friday 17 June at the Diocesan Museum in the centre of Genova. We remind you that the deadline for the early registration is 25 May 2005.

*New NanoEurope umbrella brand [ 2005-03-23 ]

NanoEurope is the successor to Nanofair as the new umbrella brand for the international nanotechnology trade show and the concurrent conferences and seminars.

The new name underscores the leading role of this event in Europe. At the same time, it allows a clear positioning in the growing nanotechnology market. NanoEurope will be held on September 13-15, 2005:

*Wireless technologies are taking healthcare by storm [ 2005-03-23 ]

MEDICS invites you to the International Cooperation Forum on "Wireless Systems for Biomedical Applications & Devices" on 25-26 April 2005 in Sulzbach, Germany. The Biomedical Competence Centre MEDICS in cooperation with MOTIV at Fraunhofer IBMT are presenting the International Cooperation Forum on "Wireless Systems for Biomedical Applications & Devices". The Forum follows the successful "one-to-one"- concept and aims at establishing valuable business contacts between technology & service providers and biomedical users:

*EuroTaiwan2005: EuroTaiwan2005 IT Cooperation Event [ 2005-03-23 ]
Pre-event: March 28, Taipei, Taiwan,

Main-event: April 27-30, Taipei & Hsinchu.

With the aim to enhance IT scientific and technological cooperation between the European Union and Taiwan, the European Commission has initiated the GAPFILL Project. GAPFILL’s main objective is to allow Taiwanese companies and research institutes to be more involved in European R&D Projects funded by the IST Programme of the European Commission (

To give the opportunity to European and Taiwanese organisations interested in participating in the EC IST programme and get more detailed information and support in their efforts to initiate cooperation projects, it has been decided to organise a “2005 Euro-Taiwan IT Cooperation Event” (EuroTaiwan2005) to be held from April 27 to 30, 2005, in Taiwan.
Prior to this main event, it has been considered as relevant to organise an “Information Briefing” (March 28, 8:00-10:30 am, Shangri-La Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, Taipei) to the kind attention of European organisations active in the IT area and based in Taiwan, so that these organisations can receive detailed information in advance and be better prepared to participate in the cooperation event of April.

*International Conference on Politics and Information Systems PISTA 05 [ 2005-03-23 ]

The Organizing Committee of the 3rd International Conference on Politics and Information Systems: Technologies and Applications (PISTA '05), is pleased to invite you to participate in this international event that will be held on July 14-17, 2005, in Orlando, Florida, USA.

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are transforming our societies, therefore papers about research results, solutions and problems of the applications of ICT in Politics and Society are highly encouraged.

We are making emphasis on the area of Ethical, Legal and Societal Challenges of Cyberspace which is related to your specific area.

You are also invited to organize a panel or an invited session. Panel sessions with panelists coming from both: ICT researcher/practitioners and political consultants or politicians are highly encouraged.

Final Camera Ready Manuscript due: May 04th.

You can find more information about Pista '05, in our web site:

The best 10% of the papers will be published in the Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (, the hard copy version of which will be ready in about one month, and it will be sent to the largest university libraries.