23.09.2009 | Kiev, Ukraine
The discussion within the workshop aimed to serve as a basis for the development of the activities of the Ukrainian Working Groups.
Aim of the workshop:
The discussion within the workshop aimed to serve as a basis for the development of the activities of the Ukrainian Working Groups. Furthermore, means for strengthening EU-Ukrainian S&T cooperation were addressed. These means may comprise the establishment of joint expert groups or in the long run the establishment of joint EU-Ukrainian working groups.
Providing decision makers from the European Commission and Ukrainian institutions the necessary knowledge base for future collaborative activities with Ukraine by providing analytical work, developing scenarios, establishing thematic expert networks, identifying relevant sub-topics of mutual interest, examination of each thematic priority based on experience of FP6 and beginning of FP7.
Representatives of the Joint Working Groups for promoting participation of the Ukrainian Scientists in the 7th Framework programme, representatives of the European Commission, representatives of Ukrainian state institutions BILAT-UKR consortium partners.
Venue: President Hotel: 12 Hospitalna Street, Conference Hall - Aktoviy
EU-Ukraine International S&T Cooperation, Tarik Meziani (EU-COM)
Towards an effective EU – Ukraine S&T cooperation, Vladimir Mayer (CNRS Office for Russia and CIS)
Technology Platforms: Polish Experience in defining of priorities and elaboration of bilateral S&T cooperation, Krzysztof Trojanowski (PAN)
Russian approach and experience as regards a successful S&T cooperation and participation in FP7, Dr. Vladimir Eryomin (Bio-NCP of Russia, Bakh Institute of Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences)
Ukrainian-Poland personal scientific ties as a good example of West-East cooperation, Dr. Alexander Gabovich (Crystal Physics Department, Institute of Physics, NASU)
Ukrainian Social Sciences and Art & Humanities on a World-Wide Scale, Dr. Volodymyr Kuznetsov (Institute of Philosophy & National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy & Kyiv University of Law), coming soon