The INNOVER-EAST project continues a series of training sessions aimed at improving the skills of its Eastern Partnership partners in providing the innovation services. The training was implemented according to a “train a trainer” scheme where the trainers were the project partners from SDEWES (Croatia) and CERTH (Greece). It took place on February 29, 2016 in Minsk, Belarus.
The main goal of the event was to improve knowledge and skills of EaP partners in participating in the EU research and innovation programmes. The local organizers – BelAPE, ENECA and BelISA – used this opportunity to invite the local energy researchers, companies, NGOs and policymakers which interest towards event was extremely high.
opportunities for EaP countries2016-2017 in “Secure, clean and efficient energy” and “Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials” themes.
Olga Meerovskaya, Introduction to INNOVER-EAST
Morning session I
Olga Meerovskaya, Introduction to Horizon 2020. Overview of participation of EaP countries
Dimitrios Sanopoulos, European Research Area — An open labour market for researchers
Morning session II
Dr. George Skevis, Introduction to COST
Morning session III
Morning session IV
Afternoon session I
Dr. Polina Kuzhir, Experiences of a H2020 evaluator
Afternoon session II
Dr. George Skevis, Best practices of international cooperation in the energy field
Afternoon session III
Case studies and best practices from the EaP countries – Introduction and discussion Questions & Answers session
Tigran Arzumanyan (Armenia), International Research, Technology and Innovation Cooperation of Armenia – State-of-the-Art and Development Trends
Dr. Nariman Rahmanov (Azerbaijan), Hybrid Microgrids as solution for distributed generation and renewable sources (AC/DC study)
Dr. Sergey Levchenko (Belarus), The development of the Energy Simulation Code for Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings
Olga Popovych (Ukraine), Successful International Projects in Ukraine