Microbes-4-Climate Kick-off meeting

Braga, Portugal, 20-21 March 2024

The Microbes4Climate Kickoff Meeting will take place on February 20th and 21st at the MIRRI-ERIC Headquarters, University of Minho. The meeting will cover sessions, presentations, and discussions. The opening session will include welcoming remarks and an introduction of participants, including Mr. Francesco Gatto from the European Commission. The topics include Microbes4Climate work packages, financial execution, reporting, TNA workflows, synergies with existing projects, and project management and ethics.


EU-LAC EnergyTRAN Kick-off meeting

Madrid, Spain, 06-07 March 2024

The ENERGYTRAN project Kick-off with a meeting where the consortium will have in-depth discussions, presentations, and workshops. The agenda includes various aspects of project management, presentations from associated entities, and detailed sessions on different work packages. The meeting will emphasize collaboration, strategic planning, and efficient execution.


EU-LAC ResInfra PLUS – Kick-off Meeting

Madrid, Spain, 29 February, 1 March 2024

The EU-LAC ResInfra PLUS Kick-off Meeting is poised to mark a significant milestone in the collaborative efforts of various partners involved in the project. Scheduled to take place at the Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades in Madrid on February 29th and March 1st, 2024, this gathering will serve as the platform for comprehensive discussions, informative sessions, and strategic planning. Led by the distinguished authorities of MICIU, the meeting’s agenda encompasses a spectrum of crucial topics, ranging from the introduction of each partner and an in-depth exploration of the EU-LAC ResInfra PLUS Project’s Grant Agreement to detailed discussions on financial matters, consortium agreements, and the intricate details of various Work Packages. With the participation of key stakeholders and experts, the event is poised to foster cooperation, encourage insightful deliberations, and lay the foundation for successful collaboration throughout the project’s duration.


PermaGov Stakeholder Workshop 

Brussels, Belgium, 15 February 2024

The PermaGov workshop is a full-day event designed to explore various facets of marine governance. The workshop kicks off with Arrival and Registration, followed by a welcome and introduction to PermaGov by Judith van Leeuwen and Carolijn van Noort. The morning session focuses on Multi-Layered Marine Governance Arrangements, followed by a coffee break. The afternoon sessions begin with Institutional Barriers in Marine Governance, followed by Collaboration Dynamics and Marine E-Governance. The final session brings together the pieces discussed throughout the day and features an interactive session.

2nd PermaGov Project meeting

Brussels, Belgium, 14-16 February 2024

The PERMAGOV 2nd Project Meeting is scheduled on February 14th and 16th, 2024, in Bruxelles. The first day includes Arrival and Registration, followed by a Welcome and Introduction, a Stakeholder Workshop Preparation session, a coffee break, and two more sessions on Planning 2024 and co-author principles for publication. The day concludes with a social dinner at Radisson RED in Brussels. The second day starts with a Welcome and Overview of the Day, followed by a reflection on the Stakeholder Workshop day.

Final General Assembly of BiCIKL 

Cambridge, United Kingdom, 12-16 February 2024

The meeting will have a comprehensive agenda to encourage collaboration and idea exchange. The event starts on February 12th with an arrival day and welcome reception at the Hilton Cambridge City Centre Hotel. The working sessions begin on February 13th at the same venue, featuring General Assembly discussions on the executive board’s work progress and final steps, followed by a demo of tools developed under the project. February 14th continues with GA working sessions, a TNA/VA workshop, and an official project dinner. The agenda on February 15th shifts to an open event at the Wellcome Genome Campus, including presentations on biodiversity data integration, genomics, and more. The meeting concludes on February 16th.

OS Trails Kick-off Meeting 

Athens, Greece, 5-6 February 2024

The meeting on 5th-6th February 2024 aims to establish a plan for the first 12 months and prepare for early deliverables of the project. On the first day, the partners present themselves, followed by a detailed project presentation and discussions on management and exploitation. Presentations on interoperability, alignment implementation, and assessment tools and services will also take place.
On the second day, discussions on liaising within the EOSC ecosystem and Q&A session will follow. The afternoon includes a presentation of pilots and preparation for deliverables. The meeting concludes with a discussion of the three pillars: Plan-Track-Assess, outlining the next steps.

Joint Marco-Bolo and Obama-Next General Assembly

Delft, The Netherlands, 5-9 February 2024

The MARCO-BOLO Project’s Joint General Assembly will take place in Delft from February 5th to 9th. The event will include comprehensive Work Package reporting sessions, joint assemblies with the OBAMA-NEXT, keynote presentations by Early Career Researchers, and break-out discussions that cover diverse topics. The agenda will also include data surgery workshops, optional visits to Deltares lab facilities, and workshops on eDNA, species distribution models, and remote sensing of benthic habitats using drones and satellites. Thursday will host MARCO-BOLO IAB and PIC meetings, while workshops will continue on Friday.

ENVRI-Hub NEXT project Kick-Off Meeting

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 6-8 February 2024

From Tuesday, 6 February 2024 to Thursday, 8 February 2024, EGI (consortium leader) is hosting the kick-off meeting of the Horizon Europe Project ENVRI-Hub NEXT.

ENVRI-Hub NEXT involves 21 European partners and builds on the legacy of the three previous European projects (ENVRI, ENVRI-PLUS and ENVRI-FAIR) bringing together a community of Environmental Research Infrastructures, projects, networks and other diverse stakeholders interested in environmental Research Infrastructure matters.

The overarching goal of ENVRI-Hub NEXT is to create a robust conceptual and technical framework that will empower the ENVRI Science Cluster to provide interdisciplinary science-based services. These services will support climate change research, including the development of mitigation and adaptation measures and strategies and the assessment of the climate change risks. Through this framework, ENVRI-Hub NEXT will facilitate the integration of the environmental sciences community into the European Open Science Cloud, guided by the science-based framework of Essential Climate Variables. In direct answer to the Call Topic, ENVRI-Hub NEXT strives to expand the frontiers of multidisciplinary environmental sciences by fostering operational synergies between environmental research infrastructures and developing and utilising complementarities in their data and services provision. The joint forces of ENVRI and e-infrastructures allow for the integration of cutting-edge information technology, alignment with the EOSC architecture, and efficient resource allocation for the advancement of a more integrated, productive, and globally competitive ENVRI Science Cluster.

Assessing national current FAIR-enabling capabilities

Assessing National FAIR

Online, 14 May 2024

The Coalition for Advancing Research Assessment (CoARA) is a group of organisations committed to research assessment practices. CoARA focuses on activities and practices that can improve the quality and impact of research. The assessment process is primarily based on qualitative judgment, with peer review playing a central role.

This two-hour workshop will focus on research assessment to help the selected candidates draft their FAIR implementation action plan by considering the research assessment aspect.

Registration is free but mandatory. Please confirm your presence on this page.