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Second event of EU STI Platform in India “How Can European Institutions and Industry Engage with Universities” held on 15/4/2015

SESEI attended the second event of the EU-STI Platform on “HOW CAN EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS AND INDUSTRY ENGAGE WITH INDIA’S NEW RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES?”
EU-STI is the consortium / or a joint platform created by several European research organizations, universities and initiatives supporting cooperation at EU scale, as well as private companies having established liaison/representation offices or laboratories in India. This platform is created to structure the network, enable information, knowledge and experiences sharing between the members, produce expertise on subjects of mutual interest, reinforce their visibility, and to be a single entry point for industries and public organizations trying to settle in India or start scientific cooperation with India.

SESEI used this opportunity to meet with the members and stakeholders of EU STI platform (European Science, Technology and Innovation Platform in India). The keynote address was given by H. E. Mr. João Cravinho, Ambassador and Head of Delegation, Delegation of the European Union to India, followed by Prof. L. S. Shashidhara, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, Mr. Poul Jensen, European Business and Technology Centre and Mr. Denis Dambois, Delegation of European Union to India. Mr. Sharma interacted with the delegates and briefed them about the SESEI project.

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