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We kindly ask you to save the date for our next Annual Meeting to be held at the University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania on 6. - 8. November 2019.
"Consolidating the Role of Universities in Innovation Ecosystems:
Challenges and Future Developments"
The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission has opened a Call to access JRC Research Infrastructures for Training and Capacity Building for Enlargement and Integration
Countries to the:
Nanobiotechnology laboratory (NanoBiotech): 2019-1-TCB-NanoBiotech
Call closing 03 June 2019
Funded by the Danube Rectors' Conference
The Canetti Artist Scholarship is aimed at artists from all over Europe. The fact that it
is also advertised to artists from neighboring countries, from the Western Balkans and
from Turkey, should, in particular, provide opportunities for international, artistic
exchange. Various different forms of arts should be fostered by the scholarship:
Painters, photographers, writers, performance artists, translators and musicians can
apply for it.
The slogan of the scholarship - Sharing Future – aims at a collaborative creation and
cooperation for a joint Europe and a common future.
The scholarship is advertised for one month a year.
More information can be found below:
During the General Assembly on November 9, 2018
the admission of two applicant universities was approved,
so the DRC network has two new members:
We warmly welcomes the new members to our network and look forward to future cooperation!
On behalf of the Priority Area 7 “Knowledge Society” of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region, you are invited to participate in a public online consultation related to the EUSDR Action plan revision. By participating in this consultation process, you can contribute to creating new PA7 actions and therefore suggest relevant topics in the areas of research, education and ICT.
The European Commission is delighted to announce the launch of the pilot Eurograduate Survey, which will lay foundations for European-wide comparable data on graduates, their transitions to the labour market, their mobility across Europe and their role in society overall.
For the 7th EUSDR Annual Forum in Sofia, JRC prepared an interactive software tool Story Map on tourism in the Danube region.
EU-funded projects on tourism, cultural heritage and arts, bike routes and wellness resorts are among the highlights of an interactive Story Map on tourism in the Danube region, launched by the JRC at the 7th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) on 18th October 2018 in Sofia.
European University Association is pleased
to invite you to participate in the call for contributions
for the 2019 Annual Conference on
“Driving innovation in Europe’s universities”.
The event will take place at Sorbonne University
in Paris, France on 11-12 April 2019.
The European Commission's Joint Research Centre (DG JRC) is organising on 15th and 16th November 2018 a workshop on "Start-ups in Innovation Ecosystems in South-East Europe" in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The workshop will target in particular policy makers and other innovation stakeholders such as universities, research organisations, chambers of commerce, business angels, science parks and other relevant practitioners from South-East Europe.
Apply to participate
In line with one of the actions of EUSDR PA5 “to support anticipating local and regional impacts of climate change regarding the Danube Region through research”, priority area coordination is intent to collect the results of finalized or ongoing research projects and best practices within the Danube basin on the field of climate change adaptation. Therefore, PA5 area will finance in 2018 a Thematic Issue of the Journal of Environmental Geography (JoEG) in cooperation with the University of Szeged.
The thematic issue aims to encompass articles from different fields, analysing among others the vulnerability of water bodies, soil mass, different ecosystems and the human environment of the region to climate change impacts and helps to identify potential adaptation measures. The issue will facilitate to raise awareness and gather stakeholders to share knowledge and focus on the better preparedness and resilience of the Danube countries against the adverse effects of climate change. It also gives a great opportunity to trace the Danube basin research progress in order to stimulate further investigation topics.