Post-event summary

A look back at EARTO & EIRMA Annual Conference 2015

 

The 2015 EARTO-EIRMA joint Annual Conference was held in Luxembourg on 28-29 April 2015 and brought together 250 participants from 20 countries to discuss "Infrastructures and Resources Sharing between Industry & RTOs in Europe". Highlights of the conference included a video address by EU Commissioner for R&I Mr Carlos Moedas recognizing the key role of RTOs in EU innovation ecosystems as well as keynote speeches by, among others, Luxembourg Secretaries of State on Research and on Economy and EC Directors Ms Charlina Vitcheva (DG REGIO) and Mr Peter Dröll (DG R&I).

The presentations of the conference are available online > Visit the Programme page.

 

Watch EARTO & EIRMA Conference 2015 Official video
published on LIST's YouTube channel

A video of Prof.Dr. Gabriel Crean (CEO of the LIST) is available online at tele.rtl.lu

 

 

We invite you to take a look at the selection of pictures here below and view the full online albums - part 1, part 2 and part 3.

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Letter from the Organising Team

Dear Participants,
 

The EARTO & EIRMA Annual Conference 2015 was held in Luxembourg on April 28-29, 2015 and brought together 250 participants!

The 2015 EARTO & EIRMA Annual Conference’ theme was "Infrastructures and Resources Sharing between Industry & RTOs in Europe". The Conference was hosted by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST). We thank you for joining us in the discussions and so helped to make this Conference a success.

Sincerely Yours,
The Organising Team

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About Us

EARTO & EIRMA Annual Conference 2015 - the First Joint Conference Edition on the theme “Infrastructures and Resources Sharing between Industry & RTOs in Europe”.

About the event

A 2-day Conference
April 28-29, 2015

Conference venue:
Alvisse Parc Hotel****
120, Route d'Echternach
L-1453 Luxembourg

Contacts

For general information about the conference, please contact us at:

  • info (@) earto-eirma-luxembourg2015.eu
  • +352 42 59 91 - 300
  • +352 275 885
  • 29, avenue J.F. Kennedy
    L-1855 Luxembourg