Posts by emese.karacsonyi

Project showcase – The Stream project

The STREAM project aims in general at reducing the gap between research on water, policy making and industry, by bringing together actors from these three most relevant stakeholders in knowledge exchange dedicated events but also through target knowledge sharing experiences such as e-Learning addressed to the three groups and summer schools addressed especially to researchers and industry/SME. Considering the needs of specific stakeholders, STREAM objectives have been set in order:To identify a relevant number of actual research and technological developments on water. STREAM focus on the...

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International Conference on Flood Resilience: Experiences in Asia and Europe

5 – 7 September 2013 Exeter, United Kingdom  The aim of this event is to gather professionals to present and discuss the latest research advances and practices in the development and implementation of resilience measures and flood management plans. The wider objective is to enable broadening of horizons and better joining of people, ideas and methodologies. The conference themes included: Urban development and flood risk management plans, Flood risk under climate change and growth scenarios, Policy instruments and governance issues, Flood risk perception, Flood hazard...

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Announcement: ATEKNEA Solutions Hungary Limited Liability Company

Dear Partners,We hereby inform you that from 26th August 2013 MFKK Invention and Research Center Services Co. Ltd. operates under new seat address and company name. Our new name is ATEKNEA Solutions Hungary Limited Liability Company with the seat address: 1119, Budapest Tétényi út 84-86. We would also like to notify that details of our company such as bank account number, tax number, company registry number and contact details are remained the same. Taking into account the above mentioned, we kindly ask you to make changes in your database concerning our company data.A new business...

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Portable Dam for Flood Control – INFLATER appears in CORDIS WIRE

INFLATER Press release is available at CORDIS news: Floods in Europe have been increasing at an alarming rate, with occasionally disastrous consequences. Back in the autumn of 2011, floods in France, Italy and Ireland caused huge amounts of damage to humans and property. In Italy, the river Po rose up to four metres – two children died in Genoa. A state of emergency in the Italian regions of Liguria and Tuscany was declared after mudslide-causing floods killed 10 people. Last autumn, heavy flooding in Italy again killed people in Tuscany, causing widespread disruption and chaos. Climate...

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