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ALCUE NET - CYTED Thematic Meeting on Renewable Energies, Biodiversity & Climate Change, Bioeconomy and ICT

18/10/2013

The event is organized by CONACYT (Mexico) in the framework of ALCUE NET project Activities. October 23, Mexico City, Mexico

As an International Cooperation project which goal is strengthening the dialogue on Science and Technology between Europe and Latin America at a policy, programme and institutional levels, ALCUE NET is organizing this event taking advantage of the presence of the thematic area managers of CYTED (Programa Iberoamericano de Ciencia y Tecnología para el Desarrollo) as a result of CYTED´s Annual Meeting in Mexico. CONACYT Mexico has promoted a dialogue with CYTED inviting the coleaders of the SOM thematic working groups to further support this process. 

The participants will discuss in parallel sessions on possible synergies between CYTED Programme, ALCUE NET activities, the implementation possibilities under the ERANet scheme and other initiatives, the context of the Horizon2020 as the new Framework Programme for Research and Innovation of the European Union. At a more specific level, the purpose is to align activities of mutual interest, identify common areas/topics, key actors, ongoing initiatives, define a joint schedule for action. The result of the discussions will be a draft document which will serve as the basis for a joint working plan.

The ALCUE NET-CYTED Thematic Meeting will involve the co-leaders of the SOM Working Groups of Energy, ICT, Biodiversity and Bioeconomy together with the thematic area managers of CYTED, as well as the coordinators of selected relevant CYTED projects, FP National Contact Points and key thematic experts.

The ALCUE NET-CYTED Thematic Meeting we are inviting you to participate will take place on

October Wednesday 23rd, 2013. It will involve the co-leaders of the SOM Working Groups of

Energy, ICT, Biodiversity and Bioeconomy together with the thematic area managers of CYTED, as

well as the coordinators of selected relevant CYTED projects, FP National Contact Points and key

thematic experts.

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