Balkan | -s - Part 54

posted by PP on 2006/10/05 13:12

[ Balkan | -s ]

The Westbalkan Science Day for researchers from Austria and the Western Balkan countries will take place on November 13th, 2006 at the University of Vienna (Dr.-Karl-Lueger-Ring 1, 1010 Vienna). The Science Day is focused on establishing and promoting networking activities (partnering) as well as strengthening existing cooperations between Austrian and Western Balkan researchers for further research activities.
The three thematic domains of the Conference are:
  • Social Sciences
  • Economics and Business Administration
  • Information Society Technologies (IST)
The morning session provides information about Austrian and European funding opportunities. The afternoon is reserved for networking, elaboration of new project ideas and discussion of future cooperation in the thematic workshops. All researchers from Austria and the Western Balkan countries have the possibility to present their research institutions and scientific interests (institution profile, competencies, experience in international RTD cooperation) by poster presentations in the exhibition area. A short institution profile will be included in the conference documentation.

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Contact:

Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI)
ASO Co-ordination
Linke Wienzeile 246
1150 Vienna
Ms. Claudia Fabian (fabian@zsi.at)
Ms. Andrea Christiane Mayr (mayr@zsi.at)
Tel. +43 1 495 04 42-46 (Ms. Fabian) -33 (Ms. Mayr)


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