How to remove all the barriers to researchers mobility and achieve the European Research Area through a real knowledge-intensive and innovation economy
Florence, 26-27 November 2013
The Marie Curie Conference, co-organised by the Tuscany Region and by the European Commission (DG EAC – Education And Culture), aims at strengthening the fundamental role of the research and higher education in Europe .
This two days’ conference will represent a rare opportunity for the researchers and Marie Curie fellows to share knowledge, achievements, discussions, visits public and private research infrastructure and participate to networking activities with important implications on the European research centers, industries and universities that collaborate and cooperate under the Marie Curie programme.
In addition, the conference will provide a forum in which present Horizon 2020 and the future European programme Marie Sklodowska-Curie to a very large audience of researchers and academic scientists.
The Marie Sklodowska-Curie programme represents a world of opportunities to train and develop the mobility and the carrier of the European and third country researchers.
The Tuscany Region and its Research Regional System welcome to Florence all European and International researchers that the European Commission has invited to this meeting, with the hope of a bright start in Horizon 2020.