International Cooperation – NESSI was present at two international events held in Morocco in December 2014
28 January 2015
Two major events were held in Morocco in December 2014 focusing on Technology Platforms and NESSI in particular as instruments for cooperation on research and innovation projects. In both events, Tonny Velin (Answare, NESSI partner) explained the objectives of the MOSAIC project aiming at creating Technology Platforms covering the Maghreb region (Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia) and the Mashriq region (Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria). Tonny Velin made a presentation of the NESSI model as a successful European Technology Platform willing to collaborate with the Maghreb region and emphasized on how the European Technology Platforms and non-European can work together to develop and pass a long-term partnership on the needs of the Mediterranean industry in research and innovation around the ICT 2020 program. International Workshop on WIreless Networks and mobile COMmunications – WINCOM 2014, 18/12/2014, Rabat, Moroco
The International Workshop on Wireless Networks and mobile COMmunications (WINCOM 2014) is dedicated to address the challenges in the areas of wireless networks & mobile communications. The main purpose of this workshop is to provide a forum to exchange ideas, discuss solutions and share experiences among researchers and professionals from industry and academia interested in wireless networks and mobile communications.
Coopération euro-méditerranéenne stratégique dans la recherche et l’innovation a travers des Plateformes Technologiques pour cibler le programme Horizon 2020 TIC et les grands défis sociétaux, 19/12/2014, Tanger, Morocco
During the last decade, European Technology Platforms (ETPs) have played a major role in mobilizing research resources, technological development and innovation in order to establish long-term strategic agendas search and development that the European Commission is based. These strategic agendas identify key technologies with significant economic and social impact for the next twenty years. The organization and mission of PTEs were reviewed and adapted to target the “Horizon 2020” program, which will significantly strengthen and expand the industrial and technological power in Europe. Meanwhile, Technology Platforms (PT) have been created in other parts of the world with the aim of facilitating collaboration between European countries and other countries around common research themes.