Flash News - New Bachelor's Degree in “Comparative, European and International Legal Studies” of the University of Trento

We are pleased to inform you that subject to approval by the Ministry of Education, University and Research, the Law Faculty of the University of Trento will launch a new Bachelor’s Degree in Comparative, European and International Legal Studies (CEILS) for the 2017-2018 academic year.

CEILS aims to provide high quality teaching under the supervision of leading scholars and academics. Students will be exposed to a variety of methodologies, disciplinary traditions and jurisdictions. The program covers a broad range of fields in a comparative, international and transnational legal perspective.

Students will be offered the opportunity of an international learning experience in a leading Italian Law institution.

More details on CEILS are available at: www.law.unitn.it/ceils.

 

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EU-TIPS: Study visit for the Engineering and Information Science Department of the University of Trento

On 6 and 7 February 2017, the EU Liaison Office of the Autonomous Province of Trento organized a mission in Brussels for the Engineering and Information Science Department of the University of Trento. The mission's aim was to explore and raised awareness about some EU funding opportunities on the use of big data in the areas of security and civil protection. Within the mission have been carried on targeted meetings with EU officials from the Directorates General for Migration and Internal Affairs and Humanitarian aid and civil protection of the European Commission.

This initiative has allowed participants to increased awareness of the existing opportunities and to define the research paths of the University of Trento in this field.

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The European commissioner Pierre Moscovici presents his new book: "S'il est minuit en Europe"

On February 2, 2017 at 18:30 the Representation of the European Region Tyrol - South Tyrol - Trentino hosts the presentation of the European Commissioner Pierre Moscovici's new book 'S'il est minuit en Europe'. In this work, published in French, Pierre Moscovici anticipates the ways by which Europe could avoid being destroyed by various waves of nationalism and populism in its member countries. He warns against undermining the European project and conveys a sense of urgency in responding effectively to this challenging situation.

The event is organized by AltreItalie Association and the discussion will be moderated by Andrea Bonanni, correspondent in Brussels for the Italian newspaper "La Repubblica'.

To register for the event please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Climate-KIC Summer School 2017 – Apply now!

Registrations are now open to apply for the Climate-KIC Summer School. The program aims to address the themes of climate innovation and sustainable entrepreneurship through a unique combination of frontal lessons and hands-on business experience.

Applicants can choose between a 3-week and a 5-week program (the latter is reserved for European participants).  

The journey is free for EU participants.

Participants must be proficient in English.

Applications close on February 9, 2017.

Find out more at: https://journey.climate-kic.org/

 

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Planning Meeting of the Health Working Group of ERRIN

The Common Representation of the European Region Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino hosted on Thursday, 19th January, the planning meeting of the Health working group of the European Regions Research And Innovation Network. Founded in 2001, ERRIN is a Brussels-based platform of more than 120 regional stakeholders. The organisation promotes knowledge exchange between its members in order to strengthen regional research and innovation capacities. The priorities of Horizon 2020 Health (scoping paper) have been discussed.

 

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Solar-Train: Eight European Research Institutions hold their Recruitment Day

On Tuesday, 17 January, the Solar-Train Recruitment Day took place at the Common Representation of the European Region Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino in Brussels.
More than 50 candidates from Europe and outside Europe took part. 14 research fellowships had to be allocated.
Goal of Solar-Train is the development of validated models for the service life time and energy prediction of photovoltaic modules and systems, with a technical as well as an economic approach.
Solar-Train is financed by the Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions, the European programme for innovative training that enhances career development. The project has been launched by Eurac Research and other seven European research institutions, where the selected candidates will work.
For more information on the Solar-Train project visit www.solar-train.eu.

 

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EU-TIPS: ESPRESSO project meeting

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On December 13-14, 2016 the Representation of the European Region Tyrol - South Tyrol - Trentino hosted the partner meeting of ESPRESSO project. ESPRESSO is a European project funded by the Horizon 2020 programme and is participated by two stakeholders from Trentino region, Hub Innovazione Trentino and Trilogis S.r.l..

 

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The project intends to unlock the potentialities of the Smart City concept, that is a city that understands its needs and adapts to changes by embracing a „system of systems” view. ESPRESSO aim is to engage an interdisciplinary network of cities, industries, organizations and academic partners in the definition of a standardized integrated framework to make ICT-based solutions more scalable, replicable and efficient. ESPRESSO also support cities to implement this framework, enabling the scaling up of solutions and preventing the vendor lock-in with real economic benefits.

More specifically, ESPRESSO will develop a common language/shared vocabulary and a city information & indicator platform which can be adopted by any city. Furthermore, it will be developed a business framework, which can be used by cities and industries as a strategic growth map to assess their maturity. It will also allow them to reference practical approaches enabling them to reach the desired level of maturity.

Please, access the project website for more information.

 

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Active aging in Trentino: the Province of Trento as European excellence

The Autonomous Province of Trento will participate in the European Digital Innovation Summit for active aging and healthy, which will take place in Brussels on 5th to 8th December 2016. On December 7 the European Commissioner for the economy and the digital society, Guenter Oettinger, will reward the regions recently selected as a Reference Site (RS) in the context of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP AHA).

 

 

The Province of Trento has recently been identified as a Reference Site in the selection process that took place in 2016. This is the recognition of the efforts made by the Province of Trento to improve services and living conditions of its citizens. This process, coordinated by the Department of Health and social affairs, is an opportunity to further develop provincial strategy, to enhance both social inclusion and health services through ICT, with particular regard to the elderly population.

Among the initiatives related to the RS, there are several actions to enhance cohesion and social inclusion through a community-oriented approach (ie. the "Community Welfare" program) and the screening campaign aimed to detect the condition and the specific needs of citizens in fragile states ("fragility Management"). With regard to health services it is of particular importance the eHealth platform, called TREC (Citizen Electronic Medical Record). This electronic Medical Record has has significantly improved the quality of care and it is strategic to support innovative initiatives for health promotion and prevention.
Click Here for mere information about the Platform TREC

Background

 The European Innovation Partnerships are one of the instruments provided by the European Innovation Union strategy and are aimed to enhance European competitiveness and to addres societal challenges through an integrated approach to research and innovation. The goal is to overcome the weaknesses (ie. fragmentation, duplication, low investment levels) which still hinder the process of exploration and exploitation of knowledge.

EIP AHA intends to address the challenge of active aging, bringing together all the key players of the innovation cycle: public authorities, the research sector and industry. The purpose of this initiative is to support and strengthen the adoption of innovative solutions and processes designed to improve the living conditions of citizens in old age, increase sustainability and efficiency of social and health systems and increase the competitiveness of the product markets by providing innovative solutions.

 

The Reference Site are European cities or regions characterized by the presence of innovative ecosystems gathering different actors (including regional and local authorities, city, hospital organizations, industry, SMEs, research organizations, civil society), that work together through a multi-disciplinary innovation-led approach. The scope is to develop creative solutions that improve the living conditions and the health status of the elderly population. The reference sites are selected with a peer-to-peer approach through a public competition (call for commitment) opened every 3 years (2013 and 2016).

Il progetto CIVIS si chiude... da dove era partito

Il 23 settembre 2016 si è tenuto presso la Rappresenta delle Regioni Tirolo-Alto Adige-Trentino il meeting conclusivo del progetto CIVIS. Il progetto, co-finanziato dal settimo programma quadro per la ricerca scientifica dell'Unione Europea, è il risultato della collaborazione tra 12 partner provenienti da 6 Paesi europei, tra cui figurano l'Università di Trento, la Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Create-net e l'Imperial College London. CIVIS, nato con la finalità di contribuire alla sviluppo di città sempre più intelligenti, ha sviluppato un sistema ICT che permette di gestire il fabbisogno energetico delle comunità locali, negoziare accordi di servizio in ambito energetico individuali e collettivi, sviluppare una maggiore consapevolezza dell'impatto ambientale dei consumi energetici e allocare in maniera più efficiente le risorse per la produzione di energia.

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"The Parliament of Rights": OBCT partner of the European Parliament within the information and events program of the Parliament

Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa (OBCT) has been awarded a project under the 2016 Program for information and events of the European Parliament. The project is entitled "The Parliament of Rights" and intends to promote and to improve the information on the role and the activities of the European Parliament, in the promoting and defending democratic values and fundamental rights.

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Meeting of the Action Cluster 'Integrated infrastructures and processes', EIP Smart Cities

On Tuesday 22 November the common representation of the European Region Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino hosted the annual meeting of the Action Cluster 'Integrated Infrastructures and Processes (including open data)' of the European Innovation Partnership Smart Cities and Communities

The EIP Smart Cities and Communities is an initiative supported by the European Commission bringing together cities, industry, SMEs, banks, research and other smart city actors. The aim is to enhance dialogue among these stakeholders to improve citizens’ quality of life, increase competitiveness of Europe’s industry and innovative SMEs, make our cities more competitive and better places to live in, share knowledge to prevent mistakes being repeated, reach our energy and climate targets, support you in fi nding the right partners and solutions It’s about achieving social, environmental and economic sustainability for our cities. In particular, the Action Cluster 'Integrated Platforms and Processes' aims to enhance the value offered by integrating the various existing and new infrastructure networks within and across cities – be they energy, transport, communications or others – rather than duplicating these needlessly.

The Autonomous Province of Trento contributed to the discussion by presenting some locally implemented initiatives aimed to enhance data structuring and foster semantic interoperability among European platforms.

 

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