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* EUROCORES ( European Collaborative Research scheme ) enable researchers in different European countries to develop collaboration in areas where European scale and scope are required.
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For national research funding and research performing agencies EUROCORES makes it possible to support transnational research project involving several partners by synchronising funding decisions at national level.
EUROCORES programmes consist of around six collaborative research projects working on subtopics of the main theme.
European and Collaborative
The Bergen Op Zoom-Quality of Life Survey: A Dutch Contribution to the Collaborative Study of the European Common Core Group.
The Collaborative European Research Conference ( CERC ) is a prestigious annual event that invites postgraduate students to submit papers and participate in a peer-reviewed event.
Fle3 was largely developed in the Innovative Technology for Collaborative Learning and Knowledge Building ( ITCOLE ) project, funded by the European Commission in the Information Society Technologies ( IST ) framework's ' School of Tomorrow ' program.
The prizes recognizes Outstanding Scientific and Technological Achievements Resulting from European Collaborative Research.
European and Research
Avionics plays a heavy role in modernization initiatives like the Federal Aviation Administration's ( FAA ) Next Generation Air Transportation System project in the United States and the Single European Sky ATM Research ( SESAR ) initiative in Europe.
European Humanities Research Centre, University of Oxford, Modern Humanities Research Association, 2000.
European Strategic Program on Research in Information Technology ( ESPRIT ) was a series of integrated programmes of information technology research and development projects and industrial technology transfer measures.
Organizations such as the National Bureau of Economic Research and the European Central Bank have charged that hedge funds pose systemic risks to the financial sector, and following the failure of hedge fund Long-Term Capital Management ( LTCM ) in 1998 there was widespread concern about the potential for systemic risk if a hedge fund failure led to the failure of its counterparties.
The University has some 680 partner universities in over 50 countries and it belongs to the League of European Research Universities as well as the global Universitas 21 network.
For example, the International Brain Research Organization was founded in 1960, the International Society for Neurochemistry in 1963, the European Brain and Behaviour Society in 1968, and the Society for Neuroscience in 1969.
: An attempt to unify Muslims on a scientifically calculated worldwide calendar was adopted by both the Fiqh Council of North America and the European Council for Fatwa and Research in 2007.
* The European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism Multi-user academic website providing reliable information about Pentecostalism and networking current interdisciplinary research, hosts a dedicated web search engine for Pentecostal studies
Qt is most notably used in Autodesk Maya, The Foundry's Nuke, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Skype, VLC media player, VirtualBox, and Mathematica, and by the European Space Agency, DreamWorks, Google, HP, KDE, Lucasfilm, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Siemens, Volvo, Walt Disney Animation Studios and Research In Motion.
* 1954 – The convention establishing CERN ( the European Organization for Nuclear Research ) is signed.
There are also organizations such as the American Urological Association, European Association of Urology, and The Society for Basic Urologic Research.
The European Centre for Peace and Development ( ECPD ) in Belgrade, Serbia ; the World Centre for Training and Research in Conflict Resolution ( WCCR ) in Bogotá, Colombia ; and the World Centre for Research for Peace ( CMIP ) in Montevideo, Uruguay, have developed close links with their respective governments while being key UPEACE partners in areas of common interest.
The World Wide Web Consortium ( W3C ) was founded by Tim Berners-Lee after he left the European Organization for Nuclear Research ( CERN ) in October, 1994.
It was founded at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Laboratory for Computer Science ( MIT / LCS ) with support from the European Commission and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ( DARPA ), which had pioneered the Internet and its predecessor ARPANET.
In January 2003, the European host was transferred from INRIA to the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics ( ERCIM ), an organization that represents European national computer science laboratories.
European and scheme
The scheme, in theory, is an ingenious adaptation of European registration systems to the conditions of African life.
With regard to occupational pension schemes, the SE is covered by the provisions laid down in the proposal for a directive on institutions for occupational schemes, presented by the Commission in October 2000, in particular in connection with the possibility of introducing a single pension scheme for all their employees in the European Union.
GAME, a major computer game and hardware retailer also operate a cashback card scheme, which was merged with Electronics Boutique's programme following the separation of their northern European stores into the hands of GAME.
The Middle Ages is one of the three major periods in the most enduring scheme for analyzing European history: classical civilization, or Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the modern period.
The European Foundation for Quality Management's EFQM Excellence Model supports an award scheme similar to the Baldrige Award for European companies.
In 2003, the European Union members created an emission trading scheme, and in 2007 they assembled a climate and energy package to reduce further their carbon emission and improve their energy-efficiency.
The numbering scheme follows that of the International Numbering System ( INS ) as determined by the Codex Alimentarius committee though only a subset of the INS additives are approved for use in the European Union as food additives.
* Economic Partnership Agreements, a free trade scheme involving the European Union with the Group of African, Caribbean and Pacific countries
When the European colonists conducted censuses, they wanted to identify the people throughout Rwanda-Burundi according to a simple classification scheme.
Western European Summer Time ( WEST ) is a summer daylight saving time scheme, 1 hour ahead of Coordinated Universal Time.
An ambitious scheme of decoration was developed for these new areas: a series of mosaic figures depicting famous European artists of the Medieval and Renaissance period were produced.
A similar scheme under the same name, European Citizens ' Initiative ( ECI ), has been put forward in the now ratified European Lisbon Treaty ( which entered into force on 1 December 2009 ), enabling a limited indirect initiative right.
Boeing 727-100s were introduced on important European routes from 1967 in a unique colour scheme ; the fin markings incorporated bare-metal rudder and white engine colours.
While the 2008 reprint featured a superior printing quality and the 2008 cover was shaded as usual with North American Disney comics, with the reprinted story itself Gemstone replaced Gladstone Publishing's 1994 finer-graded colorization featuring many soft gradients with Egmont's European solid-hue color scheme.
It has an alphabetised title scheme covering all areas of law, drawing on authorities including Acts of the United Kingdom, Measures of the Welsh Assembly, UK case law and European law.
The Fifth Edition will have a new title scheme, a new updating service, and improved integration of European law.
Thus, he was the chief architect of Australia's post-war immigration scheme at a time when many European refugees desired a better life far from their war-torn homelands, and he became famous for his relentless promotion of it.
The system financed by the scheme includes a ring road around the city on European route E6, a new motorway east of the city to Stjørdal and Trondheim Airport, Værnes on E6, upgrades to E6 south of the city, including a new intersection at Sandmoen, a new Kroppan Bridge and a four-lane motorway between Klett and Melhus.
That year, in a drive to increase the overall quality of European wine and to reduce the growing wine lake phenomenon, the European Union started an aggressive vine pull scheme where vineyard owners were offered cash subsidies in exchange for pulling up their vines.
The history of the European centers also mean that there have been no or little systematic collection of data needed to do a proper evaluation of effectiveness of the scheme.