The Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) Vienna, IDResearch Ltd (IDR) Pécs, the University of Pécs and the University of Maribor are organizing the ninth DRC Summer School on Regional Co-operation, 1-8 July 2012 in Maribor, Slovenia “Challenges for the European Union in the Next Decade – A View from the Danube Region” .
The conference aims at enhancing awareness for the significance and possibilities of regional co-operation, discussing and developing strategies for the improvement of co-operation in the region especially among young scientists from countries of the Danube Region and Central Europe.
1) Migration: Brain Drain and Brain Circulation
2) Environmental and Economic Challenges: A Chance for Sustainable Development?
3) Research and Education: Opportunities to foster (Inter)regional Co-operation
4) EU enlargement: Limits and Chances
Max. 30 young scientists from the Danube Region and Central Europe, graduates who want to present their research projects to the students of the Summer School in the lectures, interested individuals from regional organisations, public administration and scientific institutions.
The deadline for application is June 5, 2012
Early Bird registration:
There is a possibility to register as an ‘Early bird’. If you submit your paper and application form before April 1, 2012, you pay only half (50%) of the registration fee.
After the acceptance of your paper the registration (EUR 100.-).
Please find more details on http://www.drcsummerschool.eu/
Source: Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM), www.idm.at