Black Sea Horizon International Workshop: "The Future of Agriculture: Grand Challenges and Technological Change"
National Research University Higher School of Economics is organizing international workshop “The Future of Agriculture: Grand Challenges and Technological Change”. The workshop is tentatively scheduled for the beginning of March 2016 (tentative date: 03.03.2016) in Moscow (Russia). The workshop is organized under Task 3.1 “Identification of Pertinent Topics for Research, Technology and Innovation (RTI) Cooperation” of the Black Sea Horizon project.
- Event date: March 3, 2016
- Posted on: 31.12.2015
Contact: Ms. Elena Nasybulina, email@example.com
The workshop aims to discuss and identify pertinent research topics of mutual interest for Research, Technology and Innovation cooperation among the EU Member States, Horizon 2020 Associated Countries and countries of the Black Sea region in the field of Sustainable Agriculture in view of further take-up in Horizon 2020 and future bi- or multilateral joint calls.
Representatives of the Russian government authorities, the European Commission, foreign embassies to the Russian Federation, leading researchers from the EU Member States, Horizon 2020 Associated Countries and countries of the Black Sea region will be invited to take part in the workshop. The audience of the Plenary Session will include about 50 participants. The number of participants in the Round table discussion of pertinent research topics for RTI cooperation will be limited to 20 experts, in order to enable a focused exchange of opinions.
The workshop outcome will be thematic suggestions for pertinent research topics in the field of Sustainable Agriculture for further take-up in Horizon 2020 or bi- and multilateral research initiatives targeting RTI cooperation among the EU Member States, Horizon 2020 Associated Countries and countries of the Black Sea region.
The workshop working language is English.
Draft agenda is attached.
Participation in the event is upon invitation only.
Contact person: Ms. Elena Nasybulina (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org tel.: +7 495 772-95-90 ext. 115-40).