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Two documents are uploaded - a draft strategy from the Ministry of Science and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia (2005) in English language and an official strategy of the Government of RS on Information Society in Serbia (2006) in Serbian language. The official document is an extensive analysis on objectives, goals and targets of the National Strategy for Information Society; institutional framework for the Information Society development; legislative framework; ...
... for prospective applicants and partners on proposals. Objectives of CIR-CE projects are: establishment and expansion of transnational business-driven innovation networks (including SMEs) between Austria and CEE/SEE countries for the development and implementation of innovation and for increasing and strengthening R&D cooperation and technology transfer.Potential partner countries include Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, FYR of Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovakia, and Slovenia.While the majority of the projects in the first call in the year 2006 were 'Networking Projects', the second call, which is now open, is focused on 'Innovations Projects ...
... the projects funded in previous calls. (ed) Article published in eJournal fall 2006 and modified in October 2007. The Austrian Science and Research Liaison Offices (ASO) Ljubljana and Sofia launch regular calls for proposals for projects in research cooperation and networking between Austria, the ASO countries (Slovenia and Bulgaria) and Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, and Serbia (including Kosovo ...
... and participation of RTD keyplayers of the region in international partnerships. (Source: Website http://www.westbalkanresearch.net/, as accessed in November 2006) Update: In January 2007, the new project ERA-WESTBALKAN+ started its operations, continuing the work carried out in the previous 2 years and enhancing the cooperation with partners from Albania and Croatia. The principle objective of the project is to raise the quantity and quality of participations from the Western Balkan Countries (WBC) in the 6lh EU Framework Programme (FP6). In order to achieve this, the creation and support of the network of FP6-National Contact Points (Naps) in the countries ...
A very encouraging and truly sweeping speech was given by European Commissioner for Science and Research Janez Potočnik at the Conference "Why Invest in Science in South Eastern Europe?" in Ljubljana (Slovenia) on September 29, 2006. This "SPEECH/06/551" is available from the website of Potočnik's speeches http://ec.europa.eu/commission_barroso/potocnik/news/speeches_en.htm. Potočnik, Janez: Why invest in science in South Eastern Europe? Speech held at International Conference ...
... meetings, for example the rental of venues, alongside with logistics and physical resources, e.g. consumables, printing costs, small equipment, and so forth. Gruber: How many countries are participating in the Pilot Joint Call? Sidiropoulos: All countries represented in the SEE-ERA-NET project participate in the Pilot Joint Call. They are: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia. These countries contribute national funding to this Pilot Joint Call. It was a very pleasant surprise that the whole consortium joined forces in order to create this call for ...
... eJournal fall 06.Author: Evelyne Glättli, Swiss National Science Foundation Since 1990, the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), together with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), has been conducting a programme of scientific cooperation with Eastern Europe. From the year 2000 onwards, Switzerland and the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia) have been cooperating in the framework of the so-called SCOPES-programme (Scientific Co-operation between Eastern Europe and Switzerland ...
... Steering Platform by the Western Balkan countries - as suggested by Commissioner Potočnik in his opening speech in Vienna - happened on October 18, 2006, in Königswinter/Bonn, Germany. Taking advantage of a meeting in the so-called “West Balkan Forum of SEE-ERA.NET”, the participants representing the relevant ministries of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia, discussed a proposal for the rules of procedure for the Steering Platform.On October 20, during the SEE-ERA.NET Steering Board Meeting, the results were presented to Tania Friederichs from the European Commission and Elke Dall from the ...
31% Institute of Information Science Organisation 6. Nov. 2006
... the development and operation of the COBISS system and services (Co-operative Online BIbliographic System and Services), which represents the core of the library information system in Slovenia and of library information systems in some other countries linked in the COBISS.Net network (Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Albania). IZUM develops the Information system on research in Slovenia - SICRIS (Slovenian Current Research Information System), which not only includes data on research organisations, researchers and research projects, but also supports the development of similar systems (E-CRIS) in other countries. On the basis of consortium agreements with foreign e-resource providers, IZUM ...
31% University of Montenegro Organisation 23. Oct. 2006
... through direct accession to numerous international university associations and networks, as well as through bilateral agreements. The University of Montenegro has signed agreements on cooperation with the following universities: University in Bari, University “La Sapienza” in Rome, University in Foggia, Warsaw University – Poland, Moscow State University – Russia, University of Shkodra – Albania, University in Bremen – Germany, University in Oslo – Norway, University in Bergen – Norway, University in Tour – France, University in Bratislava – Slovak Republic, University in Granada – Spain and University “Charles Sturt” – Australia. Since 2002 a number of projects are being realized at the University of Montenegro within the European Union programmes: TEMPUS ...
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