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EuroRisNet+ Workshop "Research Infrastructures towards 2020",July 5

Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Date: Friday, July 5, 2013
Experts from 11 countries and representatives of the European Commission & ESFRI will present the policy perspectives of EU Research Infrastructures, as well as the main challenges in developing National Roadmaps. More than 180 people have already registered. Watch it online:

You will see live emission of the workshop sessions, clear PPT presentations commented live by the speakers and a chat tool where you can submit your questions to session speakers.



“Research Infrastructure” has been an evolving concept across the EU and has been understood and translated to national realities mainly through medium to long term strategies that can be found in National Roadmaps. Understanding how this concept has evolved so far, also to include e.infrastructures, and how it has and will be translated into practice by EU, national and regional policies is a key issue and will underpin the future landscape of Research Infrastructures in Europe.

The path taken in a number of countries across Europe to producetheir National Roadmaps, the methodologies and how they face the future programming period (2014-2020) will be presented. In this context, inter-linkages with Smart Specialization strategies and sub-national regions across Europe are some of the crucial issues put forward.

Understanding the multitude of challenges from the perspective of a single-sited or distributed research infrastructure, how they look at themselves as service providers to the research and innovation community will aim at a fruitful exchange of best practices and debate, as well as contribute to the demanding role ahead for national contact points, experts, delegates and policy makers dealing with research infrastructures towards 2020.


This event is organized within the scope of Eurorisnet+, the FP7 European Network of National Contact Points of Research Infrastructures. The event organization is assured by the Portuguese and Cypriot Research Infrastructures National Contact Points.

Click here for the event agenda

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