ICAEE 2019

International Conference on Automation and Electrical Engineering (ICAEE) is a prestigious event organized with a motivation to provide an excellent international platform for the academicians, researchers, engineers, industrial participants and budding students around the world to SHARE their research findings with the global experts. ICAEE was held in  Bratislava, Slovakia on 26th – 27th September, at the APLEND CITY Hotel Perugia.

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Energy Manifest

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Energy Manifest is a one-day conference that will be held in the Old Market Hall in the Historical center of Bratislava on November 5. The conference with the goal to show data, analyse challenges and offer feasible solutions in the energy sector with a clear outcome. Panels and discussions will examine the analysis of current data, trends and challenges in electromobility and energy storage. The discussed topics will cover raw material availability, recent and future development, EU regulations, electric vehicle battery gigafactories and the ecological impact of such projects.

European technology assessment conference

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The 4th European Technology Assessment Conference, organized within the GlobalTA network, will take place in Bratislava on 4th – 6th November 2019. This years theme of the conference is “Value-driven Technologies: Methods, Limits, and Prospects for Governing Innovations”. The aim of the conference is to discuss how technology assessment and related activities such as science and technology studies (STS), responsible research and innovation (RRI), public engagement, and foresight can contribute to knowledge-based policy-making on science, technology and innovation, to engage policymakers and other stakeholders in this endeavor, and to learn from each other’s perspectives. The conference will take place in the Historic Building of the National Council of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava

Central European Energy Conference (CEEC)

The aim of CEEC annual conferences, that will be held on 18-19 November at the Grand Hotel River Park, is to discuss key issues in energy policy and energy security, to create a platform for a dialogue among leaders and stakeholders in the energy sector and to contribute to finding better solutions for the energy policy of the Central Europe and the EU. The 13th conference will pay special attention to new dynamics in the field of natural gas consumption and supply in Europe, capacities of the V4 countries to meet the 2020 targets with focus on the share of renewables in their energy consumption, Clean Planet vision for the EU, development trends in energy markets, cleaner mobility, new technologies and smart energy.

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EU Clean Air Forum

In November 2017 a first EU Clean Air Forum convened in Paris. This Forum concluded with a clear message: solutions to improve air quality further are within reach, but to tackle air pollution successfully, we need to work together across economic sectors, across decision-making levels, across policy areas and together with citizens.

The European Commission continues to be committed to this and is organising, in close collaboration with the Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic, a second EU Clean Air Forum on 28 and 29 November 2019 at the Grand Hotel River Park, Bratislava.

This Forum will focus on four themes: air quality and health; air quality and energy; air quality and agriculture; and clean air funding mechanisms. It will bring together decision-makers, stakeholders and experts on the above topics in a two-day conference to reflect on the development and implementation of effective European, national and local air policies, projects and programmes.

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