ComplexWorld WP-E Network Proposal successfully submitted!

Innaxis along with: University of Seville, NLR, DLR, University of Westminster, and University of Palermo have successfully submitted a thorough proposal for a SESAR WP-E Network concentrated on the theme of ´Mastering Complex Systems Safely´.

The proposal has much interest- about 43 entities have registered to be participants of the network, with 25 of them being universities.

The proposal was submitted to the offices of Eurocontrol on the 8th of April, 2010. Any news received hereafter will be communicated to all members and participants.

If you´d like to get in touch with Innaxis concerning the WP-E proposal, you may email . The website, will be continuously updated this week.

The European Union & Innaxis- FP7 calls for proposal

As the European Commission has come out with a Seventh Framework Programme, several calls for proposals have been published.

Some areas in which the calls address are: Security, Space, Health, Environment (including climate change), Food & Agriculture, Energy, Socio-Economic Sciences, and Bio refinery. In principle, Innaxis will be proposing to the fields of Energy, Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities (SSH), Security, and Environment.

The total budget for FP7, including the non-nuclear research of the Joint Research Centre, is 51 Billion euros over 7 years.

Complexity Science may be of interest for upcoming Security Research Agenda

The European Commission has put forth a new Call for Proposals for Security Research under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development.

In order to provide more detail about the new call for proposal, the Directorate General for Enterprise and Industry (DG ENTR) of the European Commission is holding an Information Day on 15 September 2008 in the Centre de Conférences Albert Borschette, Brussels.

The entire Security Research theme has an estimated €1.4 billion of funding over the duration of FP7.

The director of Innaxis, David Perez, will be attending this Information Day. The Innaxis Research Institute is interested seeing that several applications of complex systems analysis can be practiced in security research with great possibilities of success and is willing to join consortiums aiming to explore such applications .

The European Commission has emphasized the importance of security related research. It is said to be the building block for supporting European freedom, security, and justice. It also contributes to developing technologies and capabilities in support of other European Community policies in areas such as transport, civil protection, energy, environment, and health.

The new call for proposal will be published on September 4th, 2008. The Innaxis Research Institute hopes to contribute to the European Commission research programme with the knowledge of complexity science.

For more info please visit FP7 Security Info Day .

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