EARNEST Workshops

Past Workshops

The EARNEST project has arranged a number of workshops for the various stakeholders in European Research Networking, and this page is a collation of these events. You can follow the links for each one for more information.

Initial Workshop

23 - 24 May 2006
Berlin, Germany

The EARNEST Initial Workshop kicked off the EARNEST foresight study in Berlin.
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The EARNEST Workshop on Schools

10 - 11 February 2007
Paris, France

The EARNEST Other Users sub-study held a workshop directed at receiving feedback from schools and NRENs providing connectivity and services to schools across Europe, to provide input into the sub-study in Paris.
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The EARNEST Workshop for NRENs

27 April 2007
Bratislava, Slovakia

The EARNEST study held a workshop directed at receiving feedback from NRENs across Europe, to provide input into the foresight study in Bratislava.
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EARNEST workshop for funders and policy makers

8 May 2007
Amsterdam, Netherlands

The EARNEST study held a workshop in Amsterdam directed at receiving feedback from funders and policy makers across Europe, to provide input into the foresight study.
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EARNEST Final Workshop

25 - 26 September 2007
Brussels, Belgium

The EARNEST study held a workshop in Brussels directed at all stake holders, and indeed contributors to the EARNEST study. Initial results and proposed recommendations were presented from each sub-study, and feedback from the participants was taken into account for the EARNEST Summary Report, which will be published in the subsequent months.
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EARNEST STOA Workshop

2 April 2008
Brussels, Belgium

The workshop was co-organised between TERENA and STOA as part of the EARNEST foresight study. The main objective was to raise awareness among MEPs and their assistants about the importance and success of European research networking, and about some issues investigated by EARNEST that deserve the attention of policy makers.
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