CONFIDENCE Dissemination workshop
2-5 December 2019, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
The CONFIDENCE Project, funded under the H2020 CONCERT project, is performing research focused on uncertainties in the area of emergency management and long-term rehabilitation. It concentrates on the early and transition phases of an emergency, but considers also longer-term decisions made during these phases. The project brings together expertise from four European Radiation Protection Research Platforms (NERIS, MELODI, ALLIANCE and EURADOS) and also from Social Sciences and Humanities.
Objectives of the workshop:
- to disseminate the knowledge acquired and to demonstrate the capability of the developed models, methods, approaches, guides, recommendations and tools,
- to collect feedback from end users on outputs and remaining research requirements or improvements in models/guides etc. as a feedback to the Platforms to further develop their Strategic Research Agendas and Joint roadmap.
While there is no registration fee, dissemination workshop participation is limited to a maximum of 120 participants and pre-registration is required by filling the online pre-registration form.
So do not wait to sign up for the Dissemination workshop!
Pre-registration deadline: May 31, 2019
Second announcement/Programme: June 30, 2019
Registration deadline: September 30, 2019
Dissemination workshop: December 2-5, 2019
For further information please contact the hosted Coordinator (Tatiana Duranova – firstname.lastname@example.org) or the NERIS Secretariat (Eymeric Lafranque – email@example.com). You can also download the first announcement at the NERIS web page www.eu-neris.net or with the following link:
DOWNLOAD THE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT
Do Process-Based Models have a role in human food chain assessments?
9-10th September 2019, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain
Process-based models have existed for nearly two decades, but are still rarely used in emergency planning. This workshop will bring together modellers, scientists and importantly end-users to discuss advances in food chain transfer with an emphasis on process-based soil-plant transfer models. One aim of the workshop will be to investigate the potential adoption of process-based models by end-users and also identify future research priorities for human food chain modelling.
The workshop will start at lunchtime on the 9th and finish at 17:00 on the 10th September.
To register an interest in participating contact Lindis Skipperud (Lindis.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please note participant numbers will be limited to 45
Registration will open in March 2019 and a draft agenda will be available by 31st March