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EUMICON - Recovery. Made in Europe


  EUMICON invites you to join the digital conference “Recovery. Made In Europe” (18.11.2020) organized in partnership with the European Commission. The opening keynote remarks will be delivered by the Vice-President of the European Commission, Maroš Šefčovič who has placed Europe’s strategic autonomy in the spotlight of the political discussion. The conference aims to discuss how strengthening the EU’s strategic autonomy can help lessen the effects of the COVID-19 crises with high-level stakeholders from politics, industry, NGOs and academia. It will bring the EU recovery program, circular economy, green transformation and the importance of resilient value chains for the European economy into focus. Other topics that will be touched upon are the the need for increased quantities of mineral raw materials and how the EU must ensure the security of supply, which match the projected demand of the European industry. This year it’s all about one question: How can we make Europe’s economy more resilient? Let’s shape Europe’s future together! Register here

TrainESEE - Open Event


TrainESEE v.2 is a capacity building project funded by the EIT RawMaterials. The project consortium coordinated by University of Zagreb-Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering consists of “Trainer” partners (Aalto University, Tecnalia Research Innovation, KGHM Cuprum ltd., Technical University Wien, Montan University Leoben, National Tecnical University of Athens and University of Miskolc) and “Training” partners (Technical University of Košice, AGH University of Science and Technology, University of Miskolc, National Technical University of Athens and two universities form the ESEE region). The project lasts for 2 years and is focused on the academic staff of the “Training” partners. Within the project four training modules are going to be developed, implemented and prepared as acceleration programmes: Teaching methodology; Project preparation and management; Innovation and entrepreneurial and Science to Business module. Each of the six participating RIS Universities will collaborate in preparation of the acceleration programmes during the project. Acceleration programmes are planned to last continuously for minimum of 3 years after the implementation, increasing the percentage of the trained academic staff to >50% at universities. Watch the promo video To join please send an Email to