Here you will find an overview of relevant upcoming events - organised by the programme, our projects or other organisations.
18th November 2017
We would like to inform you we CIF will have another SME workshop on Monday, December 18th for students of the Performing Arts Academy. We hope to welcome also designers and artists from the Fine Arts Academy. The theme is crowdfunding for projects in the culture and creative industries.
19 December 2017, 10.00 - 11.30
This webinar is targeted at all applicants that apply in our third call for project proposals, which closes on 25 January 2018. Anyone can join and post questions in the live chat window of the webinar.
You can also send us questions via e-mail (until 18 December) to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Q&A Webinar" in the subject line. If you have not done so yet, please take also a look at the webinars we recorded especially for applicants to the third call or at the FAQs.
November / December 2017
WHO IS INVITED TO THE WORKSHOPS:
The participation is free of charge, but the registration is necessary. Please register through your national pages - links below:
The first activity foreseen in WPT1 is preparing the ground for the setting up of the transnational KET Access & Service Network through a double step approach:
1) Understand and evaluate the present KET Innovation Ecosystems and
2) Assess the SME needs in regard to KETs, at regional level.
This phase is rather critical to better understand which services could be part of the KET Access point portfolio.
Partners collect individual data concerning their specific KET’s innovation ecosystem and include the outcomes of the analysis in the Regional KET Innovation Ecosystem Profiles.
9 January 2018 Bratislava, Slovakia
Financial seminar is targeted at all Slovak partners involved in running transnational Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE and Interreg DANUBE projects. Representatives of the Slovak National Contact Point and National Controllers will introduce the programme/ national rules including the public procurement.More information
23 January 2018, Krems, Austria
Disasters and catastrophes greatly impact on the future wellbeing of our heritage assets, with each incident diminishing their cultural significance, historic, physical and artistic value to some degree or other. Such events also pose a significant threat to the safety of occupant and users and, inevitably, directly and adversely affect the livelihood of local communities.
Research outcomes and policy actions should be better integrated to enhance the capacity of the public and private sectors to mitigate against the combined impact of climate change, and manmade and natural hazards on cultural heritage sites, structures and artefacts. A call is made to adopt a comprehensive transnational approach to implement national, regional and local strategies through tailored and feasible preparedness measures, including evacuation, in the event of emergencies occurring.
The main objective of this event is to present an overview on the progress of current relevant European studies and initiatives on Cultural Heritage Risk Management. It also aims to increase the awareness, need and requirement of stakeholders and policy makers who are involved in disaster risk reduction processes to become more integrated in their overall approach and ameliorating intentions.
More details and programme: HERE
7 February, Treviso, Italy
Take note in your new agenda for 2018!
Next 7 February 2018 the national event dedicated to the project CENTRAL EUROPE TOGETHER and the project MED EDUFOOTPRINT will take place in Treviso!
The conference – organized within the framework of two ongoing European projects: the first one under the Interreg Central Europe Programme, the second one under the Interreg Mediterranean Programme, both of them coordinated by the Province of Treviso – aims at communicating at a nationwide audience what is the state of the art of the projects in Treviso and their possible regulatory and policy implications. On the other hand, the event promotes a fruitful exchange of experiences among subjects that for various purposes (such as research, didactic, professional, entrepreneurial purposes) are reflecting on the topics related to behavioural change and its impact to accelerate time or reduce costs of energy efficiency in the various uses of energy - with a specific reference to lighting and heating of public buildings.
The detailed agenda of the conference will be soon available!
21. - 22. February, Prague
Info coming soon...
18.-23.März 2018 in Frankfurt/M
13. - 14. June, Zagreb
Info coming soon...
5.-6.June 2018 in Berlin
Urban and exterior lighting
Presentation of Prof. Römhild, 5. June. 2018