BLACK SEA HORIZON – Bi-regional STI Dialogue

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[Event Announcement] BSH Int. Conference “EU- Black Sea Cooperation in Science, Technology and Innovation – towards a jointly agreed STI Programme”

The Black Sea Horizon Project announces the organization of the high-level Black Sea Horizon International Conference, organised by the International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS), on 8 May 2017, in Athens, Greece.

[Event Announcement] BSH Int. Conference “EU- Black Sea Cooperation in Science, Technology and Innovation – towards a jointly agreed STI Programme”
  • Event date: May 8, 2017
  • Posted on: 30.01.2017
  • Athens,
  • Greece

Contact: gchantzi@icbss.org, Georgia Chantzi

Building on structured and effective dialogue and aiming to optimize the framework for STI cooperation between the EU and the non-EU Black Sea countries, the BSH International Conference aims:

  • To present the progress of key activities and achieved results of the BSH Project, and
  • To present, discuss and consolidate the “EU – Black Sea Cooperation Programme in STI”, prepared within the framework of the Black Sea Horizon Project.

Through interactive sessions, participants from the field of STI policy making, STI policy delivery and STI policy analysis will have the opportunity to reflect, discuss and endorse recommendations to improve the framework conditions and to mitigate remaining obstacles for bi-regional STI cooperation.

Back to back with the BSH conference the 2nd General Assembly Meeting of the BSH Project, with the participation of all partners, will be organised in Athens, on 9 May 2017 as well as a preparatory meeting on May 10, 2017 for a HORIZON 2020 Summer School targeting young researchers from all Black Sea countries that will be organised in Yerevan, in July 2017.

Participation to the BSH Conference is free of charge, upon prior registration. Agenda and further information will be available soon on BSH website.

Scientific field: Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary | Related Topics: BLACK SEA HORIZON | Geographical focus: Black Sea Region