Brussels, Belgium
25.09.2019
Note: registrations for this event are now closed, since the maximum room capacity has been exceeded. For any info, please contact us at info@str-esfri.eu

The ESFRI Strategic Report on RIs in Europe, known as the ESFRI Roadmap, has been, for the past 18 years, the prestigious result of a laborious collaborative process aspiring to guarantee the creation of and access to large international Research Infrastructures with the vision to expand European scientific excellence.
 
ESFRI organises an Information Day on 25 September 2019 in Brussels, with the aim to inaugurate the process of updating its Roadmap (to be completed in 2021). Top Roadmap stakeholder will provide a thorough presentation of the requirements, the procedure and the methodology of selection of proposals for new RI Projects to enter the Roadmap. The Roadmap Landscape Analysis of Research Infrastructures will also be presented along with information on its ongoing update process. There will also be further discussions on the process of monitoring for ESFRI RIs already on the Roadmap.
 
The Info Day will last the whole morning of the 25th of September and will be hosted by the European Commission in Brussels. It is co-organised and supported by the StR-ESFRI2 Project - Support to Reinforce ESFRI, and the European Commission - DG Research and Innovation.
 
 
ESFRI Roadmap 2021 Info Day Agenda
ESFRI Roadmap 2021 Information Day
September 25th, 2019
Karel Van Miert Auditorium, Tour Madou, 1 Place Madou, Brussels
 
Note: registrations for this event are now closed, since the maximum room capacity has been exceeded. For any info, please contact us at info@str-esfri.eu
AGENDA
09:00

Registration & welcome coffee

09:30

Welcome
Jan Hrusak, ESFRI Chair

09:40

Landscape of Research Infrastructures and evolution of the ESFRI Roadmap
Inmaculada Figueroa, ESFRI Vice-Chair (download the presentation)

10:00

The Horizon 2020 support for the ESFRI Research Infrastructures
Adam Tyson, Head of Unit, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission (download the presentation)

10:20

ESFRI Roadmap update 2021 – scope and methodology
Gelsomina Pappalardo, ESFRI EB Member (download the presentation)

10:40

Monitoring of ESFRI Projects – objectives and procedure
Peter Wenzel-Constabel, ESFRI EB Member (download the presentation)

11:00

Coffee break

11:20

New proposals – submission form and procedure
Laurence Lenoir, ESFRI EB Member (download the presentation)

11:40

The Assessment of maturity of new proposals – scientific case
José Luis Martínez Peña, SWG Physical Sciences and Engineering Chair (download the presentation)

12:00

The Assessment of maturity of new proposals – implementation
Jeannette Ridder-Numan, Implementation Group Chair (download the presentation)

12:20

Questions and answers

13:30

Closure
Jan Hrusak, ESFRI Chair
Adam Tyson, Head of Unit, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission


 


 

Launching the call for proposals for the ESFRI Roadmap 2021, Jan Hrušák, Chair of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures, called for a new ambition for European science to go beyond the existing frontiers of knowledge and find sustainable solutions to growing global challenges. Speaking at the Roadmap 2021 Info Day on 25 September 2019 in Brussels, organized as part of the European Research and Innovation Days, he underlined that “World-class Research Infrastructures, such as those identified in the ESFRI Roadmap, are essential to help us to reach these goals.’

The Info Day marked the official invitation to the research community to propose new Research Infrastructures that will be included on the ESFRI Roadmap to be published in 2021. The deadline to submit proposals is May 5th, 2020.

Read more here.

 

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