The SNIFFER project is based on state-of-the-art technologies centred on a new generation of olfactory biosensors. The SNIFFER devices to be developed combine in a one-stop shop sampling, pre-concentration and pre-treatment with bio-mimicry, synthetic diamond sensor technology and multi-parametric training software.
The PANDEM project identifies innovative concepts to strengthen capacity building for pandemic risk and emergency management in the EU.About the project
PANDEM contributes to the reduction in the health, socio-economic and security consequences of future pandemics. It works to identify improvements for technologies, procedures and systems at regional, national, EU and global level.
The aims of the project include:
22nd June 2016, 09.00- 18:00
BAO Congress Centre (rue Felix Hap 11), Brussels
The meeting focussed on Natural Hazards Crisis Management (including cascading effects).
A side event on Climate Extreme Events was also held on 23rd June.
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Brainstorming on National CoU initiatives
The Brainstorming on National CoU Initiatives event took place on 29/06/2017.
Download all the presentation slides from the event here.
The 9th Plenary Meeting of the Community of Users on Secure, Safe and Resilient Societies took place on 06/12/2017. Presentation slides from, the plenary meetings and the workshops can be downloaded here.
CoU Plenary & Thematic Workshop
Where: Brussels, BAO Congress Centre (rue Félix Hap 11, 1040 Brussels)
The 7th Plenary Meeting of the Community of Users on Secure, Safe and Resilient Societies took place on 15/5/2017, followed by two days of related Thematic Workshops. More information about the programme can be found here.
Briefs were created for each workshop and can be downloaded below:
BAO Congress Centre in Brussels, Belgium.
The 6th Plenary Meeting of the Community of Users on Secure, Safe and Resilient Societies took place on 14/03/2017, followed by two days of related Thematic Workshops.
View all the presentation slides from the event here.
Impressions of the workshops videos
“Our goal is to make emergency planning and service infrastructure in Europe as a whole more efficient”Summary
PsyCris is an international multi-disciplinary project with the overall objective to improve psycho social support in crisis management.
Our societies face growing threats, from natural disasters to crime and terrorism, that put our safety and security at risk. International, EU, and national policies are dealing with the question how societies can prepare themselves and manage emerging risks. They cover multiple sectors and feature a huge range of operational procedures for preparedness, prevention, detection, surveillance, response, and recovery. To support these policies, organisations around the EU are commissioning ground-breaking research, developing new technologies and delivering training projects.