Be Smart, Think Blue

Be Smart, Think Blue Brokerage Event 2016

20 September 2016

 

The ‘Be Smart, Think Blue’ Conference and Brokerage Event 2016 offers the full range of stakeholders in the area of marine and maritime research the opportunity to interact with the Smart Blue Regions initiative (19th September 2016) and to establish contacts with potential partners to address open calls for Blue Growth research proposals in Horizon 2020 (20th September 2016). The target audience includes representatives of research organisations, public authorities, industry, SMEs and NGOs from across Europe and beyond.

The ‘Be Smart, Think Blue’ Brokerage Event 2016 on 20th September 2016 offers a full day of opportunities to establish contacts with potential project partners. In the morning researchers, entrepreneurs and other stakeholders are invited to present their project idea in 5 minutes flash presentations. During the event attendees will also be able to meet with international national contact point staff (NCPs) from the BioHorizon and ETNA2020 projects able to provide support in relation to the rules of participation, partnering, proposal writing, etc.

M2M + Symposium

Following successful registration, participants will have the opportunity to meet potential project partners in a series of pre-arranged bilateral meetings lasting 20 minutes each. The arrangement of bilateral meetings will be based on the participant profiles and the research interests indicated by the attendees.

Participation at the brokerage event is contingent upon the submission of high quality organisation and research profiles, which are necessary to ensure the brokerage event is of the highest possible value for all attendees. During the registration process you will also be asked to select your blue growth-related topics of interest from the current work programmes, as indicated below.

 

BLUE GROWTH CALLS 2017 (Societal Challenge 2)

BG-02-2017 | High value-added specialised vessel concepts enabling more efficient servicing of emerging coastal and offshore activities

BG-04-2017 | Multi-use of the oceans' marine space, offshore and near-shore: compatibility, regulations, environmental and legal issues

BG-06-2017 | Interaction between people, oceans and seas: a strategic approach to healthcare and well-being

BG-07-2017 | Blue green innovation for clean coasts and seas

BG-08-2017 | Innovative sustainable solutions to improve the safety and dietary properties of seafood

BG-11-2017 | The effect of climate change on Arctic permafrost and its socio-economic impact, with a focus on coastal areas

SFS-21-2016-2017 | Advancing basic biological knowledge and improving management tools for commercially important fish and other seafood species. [2017] Strengthening the knowledge base for resilient and resource-efficient fisheries in EU  waters  and  in  international  waters  covered  by  the  North-East  Atlantic  Fisheries  Commission  and the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean

SFS-22-2017 | Smart fisheries technologies for an efficient, compliant and environmentally friendly fishing sector

SFS-32-2017 | Promoting and supporting eco-intensification of aquaculture production systems: inland (including freshwater), coastal zone and offshore

RUR-02-2017 | Coastal-rural interactions: Enhancing synergies between land and sea-based activities

 

MOBILITY FOR GROWTH CALLS 2017 (Societal Challenge 4)

MG-2.1-2017 | Innovations for energy efficiency and emission control in waterborne transport

MG-2.4-2017 | Complex and value-added specialised vessels

MG-7.3-2017 | The port of the future

 

JOINT INITIATIVES

Joint initiatives financed from sources other than H2020 | Machinery & Technology, e.g., installation technologies and equipment, engines, etc.

Joint initiatives financed from sources other than H2020 | Life Sciences & Blue Medicine, e.g., food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic products and components, building materials, etc.

Joint initiatives financed from sources other than H2020 | Energy, e.g., biomass, tides, wind, etc.

Registration
closed since 12 Sep 2016
Schedule
Registration 15 Jul – 12 Sep
Meeting Selection 5 Sep – 15 Sep
Event 19 Sep – 20 Sep
Details
Language English
Costs Free of charge
Venue Radisson Blu Hotel
Bilateral Meetings
Participants 31
Meetings 35
Participants
Belgium 4
Croatia 1
Estonia 4
Finland 3
Germany 6
Greece 2
Iceland 1
Italy 1
Latvia 4
Lithuania 4
Malta 2
Norway 3
Poland 76
Spain 2
Sweden 2
Turkey 2
United Kingdom 2
Total 119
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Before Event1180
After Event 2955
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