Upcoming events

Listed here are a number of events that are of interest to Europe-Pacific research collaboration. We have a separate page for PACE-Net Plus project events.

27 Aug 2015 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Location:
Melbourne, Australia
The European Union has committed close to €80 billion to Horizon 2020, its research and innovation program, between 2014 and 2020. Australian researchers are invited to participate in the various actions available under Horizon 2020. The EU Centre at RMIT University is delighted to announce that Dr Martin Grabert and Dr Rado Faletič will join them to provide an overview of the opportunities available with EU research funding, with particular...
1 Oct 2015 (All day) to 4 Oct 2015 (All day)
Location:
Zuoying District, Taiwan
Over the past several years, the Asia-Pacific has experienced disasters on various scales and severity, often compounded by technological system failures, such as the 311 earthquake and the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan, the Sowel ferry disaster in Korea, and the propene explosion in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. In addition, recent scandals regarding food safety in Taiwan and China have created a sense of urgency. These disasters and threats have...
1 Oct 2015 (All day) to 4 Oct 2015 (All day)
Location:
Zuoying District, Taiwan
Over the past several years, the Asia-Pacific has experienced disasters on various scales and severity, often compounded by technological system failures, such as the 311 earthquake and the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan, the Sowel ferry disaster in Korea, and the propene explosion in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. In addition, recent scandals regarding food safety in Taiwan and China have created a sense of urgency. These disasters and threats have...
5 Oct 2015 (All day) to 9 Oct 2015 (All day)
Location:
Santiago, Chile
Since its advent, the ICSHMO has provided a unique contribution to ocean and atmosphere sciences that are specific to the Southern Hemisphere. The objective of the 2015 conference is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for presentations of our current knowledge, as well as encouraging new research and applications within the variety of disciplines related to weather and climate of the ocean and atmosphere. The overarching theme of this...
21 Jan 2016 (All day) to 22 Jan 2016 (All day)
Location:
Issy-les-Moulineaux, France
How countries support public scientific research has a direct bearing on the capability of researchers to generate scientific knowledge, and of organizations to adapt or apply such knowledge. While many countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America are characterized by weak scientific capacity, there are signs of change in how governments support research and promote science.
25 Jan 2016 (All day) to 5 Feb 2016 (All day)
Location:
Acton, Australia
Each year the State Society and Governance in Melanesia (SSGM) Program at the Australian National University brings early career social science researchers from the Pacific (including Papua and Timor-Leste) to a two week intensive workshop in Canberra, Australia, to work with experienced researchers and develop skills for social science research in the Pacific. Examples of social science research fields include anthropology, development studies...
27 May 2016 (All day) to 29 May 2016 (All day)
Location:
London, United Kingdom
There is currently a call for panels for a major conference entitled "Anthropology, Weather and Climate Change" which will take place at the British Museum, 27-29 May 2016, organized in conjunction with the BM Department for Africa, Oceania and the Americas. We welcome proposals for panels on all aspects of this timely and complex issue. Anthropology is understood here as being in its widest sense, including Archaeology, Biological Anthropology...
11 Sep 2016 (All day) to 15 Sep 2016 (All day)
Location:
Melbourne, Australia
The theme of the conference is Research Management in a Connected World. It is aimed at those involved in research management and administration in all its guises from senior management through to those new to the profession. Attendees from universities, research institutes, government agencies and the private and not for profit sectors will share best practice and learnings. The conference will facilitate connections on a personal, collegial...
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