|Date & Time||5-7 October 2021|
International cooperation in science and technology is an important part of addressing major global issues like climate change, infectious disease, food security, and natural disasters. Research Infrastructures are organisations providing state-of-the-art resources, services and expertise to scientists. The RI-VIS project unites research infrastructures across scientific domains to work together more efficiently and effectively and increase their visibility in society.
Research Infrastructures provide such coordination by offering access to key facilities, resources and expertise to empower research driven by scientific excellence and beyond the individual research capacity of different countries, economic sectors, or institutions.
We also invite representatives from funding agencies as well as policymakers to join and discuss opportunities for working together. By bringing together the right people we hope to create collaborations and initiate networks sustainably so that all stakeholders benefit.