The ComplexEnergy Network is going to held its Final Conference in Brussels on the 22nd of February and will be focused on presenting the conclusions of the project up now and the topics proposed in the Roadmap for future FP calls.
The aim of ComplexEnergy is bridging the ICT, Energy and Complex Systems research communities and identify new research topics at the intersection of these three areas, all the experts are invited to participate.
ComplexEnergy aims at contributing to promote an holistic approach to 21st Century challenges in the domain of Energy, with relevant contributions from the ICT and Complex Systems research communities.
ComplexEnergy gets funding support from the European Commission’s Future and Emerging Technologies Programme, whose goal is to identify new research topics and to assess emerging global Science & Technology trends in Information & Communication Technologies.
More details at http://complexenergy.innaxis.org/index.html
November 2010: The REViSITE project participated actively in the ICT for Sustainable Homes conference and exhibition held in Nice (France) on 17-19 November 2010.
October 2010: Information on the REViSITE Community has been published on the CORDIS WIRE service
The FP7 REVISITE approach for impact assessment is referenced in the latest Smart 2020 report released by GeSI initiative. This assessment report is the first step of the impact of REViSITE in the ICT4EE R&D Community and it contributes to realising ICT’s promise through providing a practical and consistent methodology and road map for assessing ICT’s low carbon enablement capacity.
REViSITE will exhibit at the ICT for sustainable homes event on 17-19 November in Nice, France. This event is an international conference and exhibition organised every year by Sigma Orionis in cooperation with the Beywatch project funded by the European Commission’s DG Information Society and Media.
REViSITE will participate in the Workshop on the European RTD roadmap on ICT for energy efficiency, co-organised with the EU-funded initiatives REEB and ICT4E2B Forum.
The two-fold scope will allow REViSITE to show the integrated ICT4EE taxonomy and the roadmap approach to the participating researchers and industry representatives as well as to foster the ICT4EE Community thanks to the presence of several experts who will join the event.
More detail are available at: http://ict-sustainablehomes.org/event-overview/
The forthcoming events in the ICT4EE fields, scheduled in Europe in September, October and November. Highlights include the biannual key-event ICT2010 ‘Digitally Driven’, Europe’s most visible forum for ICT research and innovation.
The latest findings of the relevant ETPs: Artemis, ECTP, Manufuture, Photonics21, SmartGrids. Includes a focus on the Hungarian 100bln grants, loans available for energy-saving renovations in the smart building sector from January 2011.