Want to know more about the new European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) Roadmap update process? Then visit the Dutch ESFRI Infoday on Tuesday 15 October in Utrecht.
During this infoday the participants in the Netherlands will be informed about the latest developments on the ESFRI roadmap procedure. Additionally, you will receive preliminary information on the procedure of the update of the National Roadmap 2020.
The European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) was established in 2002 to support a coherent and strategy-led approach to policy-making on research infrastructures in Europe. It also facilitates multilateral initiatives leading to the better use and development of research infrastructures, at EU and international level. In 2006, ESFRI published its first roadmap for the construction and development of the next generation of pan-European research infrastructures (RI). The last ESFRI Strategic Report on RIs in Europe (the ESFRI Roadmap) dates from 2018. To inaugurate the process of updating its Roadmap 2021, ESFRI is organising an Information Day on 25 September 2019 in Brussels.
|Welcome||Jeannette Ridder Numan, ESFRI delegate|
|ESFRI Roadmap update: scope, landscape analysis, procedure and time line||Jeannette Ridder Numan, ESFRI delegate|
|Monitoring of ESFRI projects on the Roadmap||speaker to be announced (tba)|
|New proposals: procedure and submission forms||speaker tba|
|Maturity of the new prosposals: science aspects||speaker tba|
|Maturity of the new proposals: implementation aspects||Jeannette Ridder Numan, chair of the ESFRI Implementation Group|
|Preliminary information on the procedure for the update of the National Roadmap 2020||Alice Dijkstra, Secretary of the Permanent Committee for Large-Scale Scientific Infrastructure|
Please register for this meeting by filling in the registration form.