FACILITATING MACRO-REGIONAL SCOPE AND LINK UP TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTORS OF RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES IN THE DANUBE REGION
Our project mission is to improve framework conditions for research infrastructure and innovation in the Danube region. Therefore, ResInfra@DR facilitates enhanced transnational cooperation and a macro-regional scope of the sustainable development of research infrastructures.
REGISTER NOW: ReSINFRA@DR Synergy Meeting
in Vienna on 12-13 June 2019
The ResInfra@DR Synergy Meeting "Perspectives for Research Infrastructures in the Danube Macro-region" will take place from 12-13 June in Vienna, Austria. The deadline for registration is Monday, 4th of June.
Since its start in 2017, ResInfra@DR contributed to a macro-regional dialogue on the topic of research infrastructure. It has offered capacity building actions and new resources and is still supporting “pilot actions” developing recommendations for organisations or assisting the knowledge gaining on national and regional level to contribute to new avenues of action.
This final event of the project aims to provoke and facilitate exchange among interested research infrastructure actors in the Danube macro-region.
It offers a closer look at the achievements and challenges of the past 30 months of ResInfra@DR. Moreover, the meeting facilitates the further uptake of results by the countries and research organisations and reveals possible synergies with current initiatives. Dialogue sessions will allow mutual exchange among the participants on practical challenges and individually developed solutions. Beyond that, the event briefs about current developments in relation to research infrastructure and options to contribute to a macro-regional action plan for the Danube region focusing on the topic.
The participation in the event is free of charge. For a limited number of actively contributing participants travel costs can be covered upon request (a timely clarification with the hosting organisation Centre for Social Innovation - ZSI is necessary).
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