20-22 September, Hamburg
Fehmarnbelt Days 2016 was a series of conferences, seminars and events in Hamburg 20-22 September that focused on the cross-border collaboration opportunities in the upcoming Fehmarnbelt Region which extends through North Germany – Denmark – South Sweden. Fur-ther information as well as the registration form are available on www.fehmarnbeltdays.com.
On 22 September, the 'European Excellence and Innovation Cluster' seminar was organised together with the project Baltic TRAM.
Northern European Excellence and Innovation Cluster (Baltic TRAM)
09:00 - 10:30, on 22 September
Investments in research and innovative capacity provide an opportunity for boosting competition and growth in the Baltic Sea Region. Large-scale research infrastructures such as DESY and XFEL in Hamburg and Max LAB and ESS in Lund offer huge potential in testing state-of-the-art solutions. But how do we secure efficient and balanced access to these facilities? We will discuss what structures are needed for better research-industry cooperation, looking at how academia can support companies in their innovation processes.
Dr. Uwe Sassenberg, Project Lead, DESY "Research meets Business – Baltic TRAM"
Dr. Rolf-Barnim Foth, Head of Neighbourhood Policy, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Ministry for Economy, Transport and Innovation "Going together - Strengthening meta-regional cooperation with Øresund"
Anna Stenstam, CEO, CR Competence "Making Business through Science"
Katharina Fegebank, the Second Mayor of Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Senator for Science, Research and Equality
For more details: Program Overview
15 – 16 June 2016, Kraków, Poland
The first CBSS Science Ministers' Conference took place on 16 June 2016 in Kraków, Poland. It was a gathering of CBSS Member States, which for the first time focused specifically on science, innovation and research across the Baltic Sea Region.
The latest updates are available on CBSS Secretariat website
07 – 09 March 2016, Zeuthen, Germany
The kick-off meeting of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region funded project Baltic TRAM (Transna-tional Research Access in Macro-Region) took place on 7-9 March in Zeuthen/Berlin. The event was hosted by DESY and brought together 15 project partners and 5 associated or-ganisations from 8 European countries to mark the start of a wide range of activities to be implemented throughout the Baltic Sea Region over the next three years. The project will run until February 2019.
For more information please visit: DESY
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