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World Manufacturing Forum

The World Manufacturing Forum (WMF) is an annual international conference which seeks to raise awareness and seek cooperative solutions to global manufacturing challenges through discovery, dialogue, and sharing of best practices between government, manufacturing, and innovation leaders. The 2019 edition will take place on 25 & 27 September in Cernobbio, Italy. The motto of this year’s edition is “New Skills for Future Manufacturing”.

Performance Assessment and Standardization in Biophotonics

The 2019 edition will focus on the latest developments in the field, and on solving problems/issues which are similar across different application areas.

The adoption of shared procedures for performance assessment of biophonics devices, and international consensus standards, can help the deployment of novel techniques to clinical use by increasing their reliability and the reproducibility of results.



The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) has a pleasure of inviting you to the Cyber Investor Day, scheduled to take place on 15 October in Luxembourg.
The event is the sixth edition of the ECSO Cybersecurity Business Matchmaking series designed to increase the visibility of the European start-ups and SMEs and provide them with funding opportunities.

Future Tech Week

The future is now as high-risk and long-term research projects are creating the innovations of the future. We bring you the Future Tech Week, an initiative of the European Innovation Council Pathfinder.

Get a snapshot of what’s currently brewing in Europe’s tech sphere and the science that creates tomorrow’s technologies.  You have until 31 August to feature your events and creative contributions from across Europe and beyond on Future and Emerging Technologies (FET).


Artificial Intelligence & Health in H2020

The Research Council of Norway and the Institut français in Norway are pleased to announce the upcoming Horizon 2020 Health Brokerage Event which will will take place in Oslo on September 16th and 17th, 2019. The programme is obviously open to all types of participants, regardless of their nationality.

This free two-days event focuses on artificial intelligence in the health sector.  It aims to provide invited experts with new collaboration opportunities in this research area within Horizon 2020.



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