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    FREE WEBINAR on “ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION OF SOILS: EFFICIENT AND RESPONSIBLE SOIL QUALITY ASSESSMENT”

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    Date: 30/04/2020

    Time: 12:00 CET

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    ABOUT
    The Joint Innovation Centre of BAS is oraganising a free webinar which will give an opportunity for the participants to acquire basic knowledge on innovative methods for assessment of soil pollution and erosion through on-line discussion on two case studies.
    The first case study is related to site assessment for the presence of soil contamination in the area of lignite-burning power plant complex “Schwarze Pumpe” in Saxony, Eastern Germany. For that purpose, the first step is to characterize the natural and anthropogenic factors at the study area (geology, soil types, main pollution sources) and magnetic susceptibility data. The second stage includes description of the major heavy metals emitted by coal burning power plants. The last step includes guidance notes how to interpret the results of field measurements of soil magnetic susceptibility and how to formulate suitable set of analyses and methods for site assessment and characterization in terms of soil quality.
    The second case study (based on open case studies/soil/ at the University of British Columbia) - deals with evaluation of soil erosion on sloping agricultural lands in the middle mountains of Nepal. The major tasks will be: characterization of soil quality of sloping agricultural lands in Nepal; acquaintance with the nature of erosion processes; learning how to interpret the results of erosion plot data.

    THE LECTURER AND MODERATOR
    Professor Diana Jordanova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences) is an internationally recognised researcher in the field of environmental and rock magnetism (h-index 18 in SCOPUS (2018) data base with over 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals). Her main research interests are related to paleoenvironmental reconstructions based on magnetism of loess-paleosolsediments, quaternary climate, magnetometry applied, to mapping/ monitoring of anthropogenic pollution of soils, sediments and urban dust, soil magnetism.

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    Free Webinar: “Digital Cultural Heritage in the 4th Industrial Revolution. Role and Perspectives”

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    Date: 29/4/2020 || Time: 16:00 (CET)

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    The Research, Education, Innovation & Development Company of the North Aegean Region - ELORIS SA organizes webinar on topic “Digital Cultural Heritage in the 4th Industrial Revolution. Role and Perspectives”.

    The development of the cultural heritage sector has reached a crossroads, and has become strategic for the times we are living, especially. A proof is needed that the strategic dimension of cultural heritage is not just a figure of speech. The sector requires the most diverse range of disciplines to perform as a final service or commodity in the eyes of the consumers and indeed only few fields of application require such a vast integration of different skills, -giving to economists a strategic role: The transformation of the AV technologies and the liberation of information from the geolocations create the enabling environment to revive the media market using contents coming from peripheral centers of production. Storytelling in one great ensemble has the possibility to create emotions and thus interact with the audiences in the most fruitful way.

    We must ensure that each sectorial contribution is able to perform with resilience and without fear in front of modernization and adaptation to new needs, new rules or new professional approaches and capabilities. We need to challenge the heritage sector by reforming the supply-demand pattern in places with cultural significance and establish resilient ecosystems in European regions at grass roots level. We need to support stakeholders valorize heritage a growth asset and tackle strategic innovation in tourism with new markets and investments. Challenges, the tourism/heritage sector face with existing services, shall be matched with new skills for new jobs addressing the new world order of the EU Audiovisual Media Services Directive/2016, to connect the technology-intense experience with onsite authenticity, let supply-demand converge and combat seasonality.

     

    Free Webinar: “Open Innovation”

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    Date: April 28, 2020 || Time: 16:00 CET

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    The Laboratory of Knowledge & Intelligent Computing of the University of Ioannina, organizes a 1-hour webinar titled: " Open Innovation". During the seminar, participants will have the opportunity to discuss and exchange views.

    WHY PARTICIPATE
    Open Innovation is a key trend in management. Large companies, such as Samsung, Pepsi and Philips, as well as smaller innovative companies are implementing open innovation practices in order to speed up the innovation process, reduce development costs and increase the impact of innovation.

    Building on company cases, the webinar provides participants an overview of all latest trends regarding the management of innovation as well as a strategic framework for practitioners aiming to implement Open Innovation in their companies.

     

    Free Webinar: “Marginalized Heritage Destinations: a value-driven approach towards a socio-economic regeneration”

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    Date: 27/4/2020 || Time: 17:00 (CET) || Duration: 1 hour

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    The Research, Education, Innovation & Development Company of the North Aegean Region - ELORIS SA organizes webinar on topic “Marginalized Heritage Destinations: a value-driven approach towards a socio-economic regeneration”. In this online seminar we will talk about how isolated destinations can overcome crises and more specifically the crisis caused by COVID-19, based on their cultural heritage.

     

    Business Model Canvas: An easy and flexible framework for turning your idea into a business

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    BalkanMed INNOVA is organising a FREE 1hour free Webinar on "Business Model Canvas: An easy and flexible framework for turning your idea into a business".

    Friday, 24 April 2020, 12:00 CET (13:00 GMT+3)

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    !! WHY TO PARTICIPATE !!

    See how the Business Model Canvas framework works, why it is useful for startups, and how to approach each element in conjunction with others.
    We'll examine the most popular business plan framework and apply the theory into practice with the case study of Uber.

    !! WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE !!

    This webinar will be especially helpful for Balkanmed INNOVA Webschool students interested in submitting or improving business ideas for evaluation, and /or any entrepreneur, business idea owner or SME.

     



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