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Danube Adria Association For Automation & Manufacturing – DAAAMDAAAM International Vienna is an international network for scientific, academic and industrial cooperation. DAAAM International was founded and based on the idea and initiative of Professor B. Katalinic, on November 5th, 1990 at the Vienna Symposium, in order to mark the 175th anniversary of the Vienna University of Technology.The purpose of DAAAM International is to provide a world forum for engineers, scientists and industrial managers to present and discuss the current status and impact of advanced manufacturing and automation. During the last 32 years, the activities of DAAAM International have been supported by more than scientists and experts from over fifty countries all over the world.In recent years, DAAAM International has focused activities on regional and global long-term co-operation between (technical) universities. The result of this initiative is the founding of the University Network of DAAAM International Vienna and DAAAM International Network for Advanced Technologies.The founding document of the University Network of DAAAM International Vienna is the University Charter of Dubrovnik, signed on October 23rd 1997 in Dubrovnik, Croatia.The founding document of DAAAM International Network for Advanced Technologies is signed on 2002-10-25 in Vienna.Main activities and aims: To organize an annual DAAAM International Symposium each year (since 1990) To organize annual European DAAAM International Young Researchers and Scientists Conference, as an international platform to support development and networking of new generation of researchers and scientists (since 2007) To found and organize the University Network of DAAAM International Vienna as a strategic alliance and permanent international open platform for long-term co-operation and partnership in all fields of technology, research and education To organize long-term projects, initially known as Inter-university Doctoral Studies To organize a pilot project, initially known as the Virtual University To enable and promote the exchange of people, scientific, and technical information To enable and promote international co-operation among scientists and engineers To enable and promote R & D, education and industrial application To co-operate with other national and international organisations in matters of common interest International scientific and academic cooperation in the frame of DAAAM International Network for Advanced Technologies Giving possibilities to Universities to present their projects and final Thesis Giving possibilities to companies to present new products, developments and projects To publish DAAAM International Journal of Simulation Modelling (since 2001) To publish annually DAAAM International Scientific Book (since 2002) To encourage and support young researchers and scientists during their their development to high quality, recognized researchers Promotion of universal human values and wisdom in science and technology Active resistance against present misuse of technology Promoting new ethics for engineers and harmony between technology and nature Promoting social status of engineers in the society
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The University of Vienna is a public university located in Vienna, Austria. It was founded by Duke Rudolph IV in 1365 and is the oldest university in the German-speaking world.
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Institute of Public Law and Political Science; Team Prof. Christoph Bezemek
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Welcome to the Jean Monnet Chair for Political Science and EU integration studies at the University of ; The Jean Monnet programme stimulates teaching, research and reflection on European integration at higher education institutions worldwide. With generous funding from the European Commission, we carry out and supervise EU-related research, teaching, and outreach The Innsbruck Center for European Research (ICER), housed within the Department for Political Science at the University of Innsbruck, brings together research and university teaching facilities on European integration and European Union studies. ICER aims to strengthen the critical and multidisciplinary analysis of the EU, examine the EU’s frameworks for poly-archic, multi-level and –actor governance, provide a forum to stimulate the development of innovative analytical tools and teaching resources, increase the accessibility of information sources on the EU, and to stimulate the debate and research on the EU. The Center is an integral part of Innsbruck University’s Research Center “Governance and Civil Society”, and cooperates with the Research Centers “Föderalismus – Politik und Recht” and the Research Cluster “Alpiner Raum - Mensch und Umwelt“. Research carried out by ICER focuses on three core subjects: Development of and theorizing the EU's primary law and its related socio-political bases - Processes to render the EU, both the Member States’ and its supranational institutions, instruments and procedures more democratic, efficient and effective, European “soft law” or “tertiary law”, inter-institutional agreements , rules of procedure, and other informal, inter- and intra-institutional arrangements as constitutive parts for developing European primary law , Interparliamentary cooperation with regard to the changing roles and functions of the European Parliament and (sub)-national parliaments , Political parties and EU integration, right-wing populist, nationalist and eurosceptic parties in the EU. Discussions about the future development of the EU and theoretical concept building concerning conditions, drivers and brakes for EU integration and disintegration. Decision-making processes, negotiation strategies and conceptual problems regarding the implementation of EU policies Balancing EMU and reforming European Economic and Social Policy Common Agriculture Policy and structural reforms in the alpine regions International Agreements and the EU’s Common Commercial Policies European Environmental Policy Linking the Open Method of Coordination with traditional, legally binding instruments Consistency of supranational and intergovernmental structures, instruments and processes in the EU's external relations Balancing Security, Freedom, Civil Rights and Justice in EU Justice and Home affairs Policy preferences of state and civil-society actors in the EU member states Intercultural processes and conflicts Processes of direct democracy in European Policy Trans-Alpine and Trans-Arctic cooperation in European Policy EU policy making in Austria and inter-ministerial coordination
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The purpose of these conferences is to share research accomplishments, projects and trends in the field of material handling equipment and conveying technologies, construction and mining equipment, logistics and intralogistics systems including port and maritime logistics, constructions and design engineering. It intends to facilitate dialog and collaborative research by teams of university researchers on leading edge topics of interest to end users as well as technology and solutions providers.The main objective of these conferences is to be a forum to exchange views, opinions and experience on MHCL from technical viewpoints in order to track the current achievements, but also to look at to future developments. Most of the authors of contributed papers are experts in MHCL and related topics. Looking forward to welcome you in Vienna!
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Z_GIS is an interdisciplinary Centre of Competence for Geoinformatics, serving the University of Salzburg as well as partner institutions and the geospatial community worldwide. By integrating basic and applied research with graduate education and outreach activities, we are contributing to applying new technologies and developing methods for managing our societies, businesses and environments.
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The Austrian Institute for Law and Policy acts according to the following principle:Science for the humane society, for the knowledge about our law and for a prudent and responsible legislation.Legal Policy deals always with the question how a future law should be conditioned. Even when science cannot take away the decision from politics, it can support politics in making the right and just propositions (decisions). By this however legal policy should not be exhausted in its endeavours, but should tackle the principle dimension of ethics of law.The Austrian Institute for Law and Policy in Salzburg is hitherto the sole such Institute in Austria. Such an Institute for Legal Policy deserves the special commitment of politics. The problem concerning a degrading acceptance in the law, the decreasing knowledge about the law and the lacking involvement of the citizens, infringes the capacity of parliamentary democracy.Strategies that improve the relationship between decision makers (in legislation) and the citizens have to be developed. Therefore, legal policy and legal information policy as they are performed by the Austrian Institute for Law and Policy are tools to improve the current situation.
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With about 26,800 students from Austria and abroad, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the EU
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The Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is a research institute which was set up with the declared intention of fostering the humanities by applying digital methods and tools in a wide range of academic fields. It offers a growing portfolio of services running a repository for digital language resources, hosting and publishing data, developing software and working on establishing a tightly knit network of specialised knowledge centres by offering advice and guidance to the research community.In their research, the ACDH team is mainly concerned with text- and language-related questions focusing on non-standard and historical linguistic varieties and eLexicography. Current projects investigate technical standards, infrastructure components, semantic technologies and text technological methods. All of these activities are embedded within the European infrastructure consortia: CLARIN-ERIC and DARIAH-EU.
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Research Unit with focus on psychoactive drugs and reward mechanisms
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University, technicalsituated in Austria
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The European IPTLD Association represents the 80 years & 3 generations of Medical Doctors all named Donato Perez Garcia who have worked to bring forth an exceptional treatment for cancer & other degenerative diseases.Insulin Potentiation Therapy + targeted Low Dose IPTLD or IPT, is a true Stage IV cancer treatment alternative. It uses a combination of two orthodox drugs - insulin (actually insulin is also found in nature) and a chemotherapy drug. Cancer cells have highly active insulin receptors.With IPTLD the insulin works on the cell membranes and allows chemotherapy to target cancer cells. Thus, it is the chemotherapy that kills the cancer cells, however, because of the insulin, the amount of chemotherapy needed is greatly reduced, meaning the side-effects of the chemotherapy are greatly reduced. Thus, the chemotherapy is much more potent (thus the word: potentiation), much less chemotherapy is needed, and far less side-effects are experienced.
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Danube University Krems has specialized in postgraduate academic studies and offers exclusive courses in the fields of economics and business management, communications, IT and media, medicine, health and social services, law, administration and international affairs, education and cultural sciences as well as of building and ecology. Being a European model project, Danube University Krems combines high quality in education, research and consulting with excellent customer orientation and service. More than 5,000 students from 70 countries are enrolled in over 150 academic courses.
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The FH Kufstein currently has over 1,200 students from more than 30 nations who create an international, multicultural atmosphere. The fact that we have more than 150 partner universities worldwide means that 200 international incoming students are hosted by the FH Kufstein annually and that an even larger number of our students go out for a semester or year to study abroad. What’s more, with approximately 100 faculty members and employees as well as over 200 contracted lecturers, the FH Kufstein plays a significant role in the regional economy.The range of bachelor and master degree programs – offered in both full- and part-time formats – have been conceived to meet the professional demands of the respective industries. The FH Kufstein has also developed a postgraduate program in cooperation with several internationally renowned partner universities. The graduates of our degree programs thus have excellent prospects for filling challenging positions in their field and for advancing their careers.Attractive campus in charming surroundingsThe FH Kufstein resides in a building that contains modern lecture rooms and work spaces, a library and a cafeteria. The campus is located on the green, generous park area that lies adjacent to the city center. Many sport and leisure-time possibilities as well as the nearby cultural centers and regional capital cities generate an exciting, international flair.
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