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Spiders in Fauna Europaea: dual use of the database
Helsdingen, Peter J. van
Arachnologische Mitteilungen , 2012, DOI: 10.5431/aramit4305
Abstract: The history and current work of the project Fauna Europaea is outlined. The different sources used for building up the database and the efforts to keep it updated are described. Available models of national checklists are discussed and the ideal checklist is described. The double use of the database as a matrix behind the official site of Fauna Europaea – as well as a directly visible document on the website of the European Society of Arachnology – are indicated and the differences in transparency, links to literature sources, and facilities such as distribution maps and calculations of numbers of scores per species or of species per country are discussed. The future of the project is briefly outlined. The need for a European identification tool for spiders is stressed.
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AND CREATION OF PROJECTS MARKETING / kolsky mana ment a marketing tvorby projektov
Bitterová Miriam
Technológia vzdelávania , 2008,
Abstract: One at the present most preferred tools for the education and school development are Proposals and Calls of each Single Operational programs from European structural founds and their utilization for better material and technical facilities. That way is for the educational management necessary to acquaint with possible Calls and proposals that could decide the best and eligible alternative and to prepare, working-out and manage a project. This is how are created the assumption for educational economics, which is one of the major goals ofEU.Jednym z momentálne najpreferovanej ích prostriedkov vyvoja a napredovania k l sú vyzvy jed-notlivych opera nych programov európskych trukturál-nych fondov a ich vyu itie pre vy iu materiálnu a tech-nickú vybavenos , ako aj pre lep iu implementáciu ab-solventov k l v európskej spolo nosti. Preto je pre mana ment k l d le ité zoznámi sa s mo nymi vyzva-mi, aby sa po zvá ení v etkych informácií mohli rozhod-nú pre najvhodnej iu alternatívu a správne pripravi , vy-pracova a vies projekt. Tymto sa vytvárajú predpoklady na vzdelanostnú spolo nos , ktorá je jednym z hlavnych cie ov Európskej únie (Eú).
On the rail-based freight corridor between CE and SEE regions and the main obstacles on Romanian territory
Mihaela POPA,Conrad SCHMIDT
Transport Problems : an International Scientific Journal , 2013,
Abstract: The project “Freight and Logistics Advancement in Central/South-EastEurope - Validation of trade and transport processes, Implementation of improvementactions, Application of co-coordinated structures” (in short - FLAVIA) is carried outunder the Central Europe – Cooperation for Success Programme, cofunded by theEuropean Regional Development Fund. One of the main objectives of FLAVIA project isto consolidate a logistic corridor from Central Europe (CE) to the South-East Europe(SEE) and the Black Sea Region, based on rail and inland waterways intermodaltransport. In this paper we discuss the partial outputs of FLAVIA project, mainly relatedto the identified actual status of rail-based intermodal transport and trade obstacles of thefreight flows on the Romanian territory and the used methodology. Several operationaland long-term measures to improve the trade and intermodal transport are listed,considering the advantages of the geo-strategic potential of Romania location, connectedwith the several improvement directions already considered into the new releasedintermodal strategy.
Master Degree Modules in Nanotechnologies for Electronics
Slavka Tzanova
International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE) , 2012, DOI: 10.3991/ijoe.v8i2.1925
Abstract: The paper presents an European project focusing on closer cooperation in the university sector and transparency of qualifications and recognition methods. It is aimed at common MSc degree level courses development for the new skills for new jobs in the multidisciplinary nanoelectronics and a new job organisation.
The principles of European family law: its aims and prospects
Katharina Boele-Woelki
Utrecht Law Review , 2005,
Abstract: The Commission on European Family Law (CEFL) initiated a research project based on transnational collaboration that was generally believed to be impossible to realize in Europe. Never before in legal history, has such a large group of scholars investigated the possibilities for and contributed to the harmonization of substantive family law in Europe. The harmonization of family law will provide an adequate legal basis for the further realization of free movement for Europeans and will greatly contribute to the factual achievement of a Europe without legal borders. In focusing on this fundamental European right the CEFL covers the most important family law problems of today. The CEFL’s Principles of European Family Law have led to a significant increase of European competitiveness in the field of family and comparative law. The international ‘market’ of legal models, which is traditionally dominated by the American Restatements has been complemented with a European ‘product’. The Principles of European Family Law contribute to the coming into existence of a factual European family law.
Evaluation of Continuing Medical Education (CME) Systems across the 27 European Countries  [PDF]
Tommaso Saita, Pietro Dri
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.59080
Abstract:

The EU Research Project Tell Me aims to create a common communication channel and joint intervention strategies to respond to potential pandemic influenza events. This aim can be supported by using e-learning, which is an increasingly popular approach for continuing medical education. It is characterised by practical and theoretical advantages related to its flexibility, accessibility, adaptability, reduced time and costs and the potential to rapidly disseminate and update educational resources. The aim of this article is to review and identify the policies of continuing medical education systems in Europe. We will specifically focus on e-learning, which may be useful to understand whether there is a favourable evidence and context for the development of a common European continuing medical education e-learning framework. We conducted a survey to collect information about the Continuing Medical Education (CME) system’s policy of 27 European Union countries using electronic databases. A CME system is present in 26 of the27 EU countries. Most of the countries have 1) similar CME system requirements (16), 2) the same accreditation unit (21) and 3) recognize CME distance learning (E-learning) (22). There are still some differences between continuing medical education systems of European countries; however, there is a favourable evidence and context for the development of a common European continuing medical education e-learning framework.

In the light of bilateral relations of OSCE Minsk group member countries
Jovi?-Lazi? Ana,Jelisavac-Tro?i? Sanja,Jazi? Aleksandar
Medjunarodni Problemi , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/medjp1104583j
Abstract: This paper analyses confrontation that occurred between Armenia and Azerbaijan concerning Nagorno Karabakh territory, as well as the many attempts to finally get this conflict resolved. The war between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the territory of Nagorno Karabakh ended with the ceasefire agreement under the auspices of the OSCE Minsk Group, which is empowered for final resolvment of this issue. This process has been going on for years, but a solution is yet to come. The European Union in recent years is trying to reduce dependence on Russian natural gas and orients to new suppliers, primarily in the southern Caucasus region. Western countries are interested in resolving conflicts in South Caucasus due to its economic and political interests in the region and the fact that these conflicts pose a risk to investment. The authors of the paper will bring forth the views of all stakeholders in addressing the problem of Nagorno Karabakh and analyze their interests in an attempt to predict the possible final solution to the conflict.
Physical Vulnerability Assessment Based on Fluid and Classical Mechanics to Support Cost-Benefit Analysis of Flood Risk Mitigation Strategies
Bruno Mazzorana,Laura Levaggi,Omar Formaggioni,Claudio Volcan
Water , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/w4010196
Abstract: The impacts of flood events that occurred in autumn 2011 in the Italian regions of Liguria and Tuscany revived the engagement of the public decision-maker to enhance the synergy of flood control and land use planning. In this context, the design of efficient flood risk mitigation strategies and their subsequent implementation critically relies on a careful vulnerability analysis of the fixed and mobile elements exposed to flood hazard. In this paper we develop computation schemes enabling dynamic vulnerability and risk analyses for a broad typological variety of elements at risk. To show their applicability, a series of prime examples are discussed in detail, e.g. a bridge deck impacted by the flood and a car, first displaced and subsequently exposed to collision with fixed objects. We hold the view that it is essential that the derivation of the computational schemes to assess the vulnerability of endangered objects should be based on classical and fluid mechanics. In such a way, we aim to complement from a methodological perspective the existing, mainly empirical, vulnerability and risk assessment approaches and to support the design of effective flood risk mitigation strategies by defusing the main criticalities within the systems prone to flood risk.
The development of a medical library at Mostar University School of Medicine and the Medical Libraries Network in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Der Aufbau einer Bibliothek an der Medizinischen Fakult t der Universit t Mostar und das Netzwerk medizinischer Bibliotheken in Bosnien und Herzegowina
Simunovic, J. Vladimir,Dodig, Stefica
GMS Medizin-Bibliothek-Information , 2006,
Abstract: The principal aim of this paper is to describe the development of a library for a school of medicine for an institution endowed with moderate resources. Furthermore the development of a network of medical libraries in an underdeveloped transitional country like Bosnia and Herzegovina is discussed into details. In its main part this paper presents our strategy, concept development and the importance of librarians' retraining. All major achievements are listed, followed by suggestions and recommendations.
Challenges in Implementing FP7 Projects in the Public Institutions
Viorel VULTURESCU,Nicoleta DUMITRACHE,Daniela VASILE,Constan?a-Nicoleta BODEA
Economia : Seria Management , 2012,
Abstract: National Authority for Scientific Research (ANCS) and Executive Unit for Higher Education, Research and Development and Innovation Funding (UEFISCDI) participate to several projects funded under the Framework Programmes, since 1998. The staff from each the two organisations participating in projects are merely the same, typically from “international cooperation” departments. In each of the two organisations, dedicated teams were set and a distinct specialization emerged. In this respect, dedicated procedures and good practices in project management were developed. Even the Framework Programs had different structures and the focused was different (e.g. knowledge creation, EU problem solving, scientific support for policies and programs, etc.), the funding instruments (projects) were not radically different from a Framework Program to another, so the staff could gain experience in managing this type of projects. Experience and expertise gained during this long period of time led to definition of a general framework within the two institutions and setting up of a general guideline for participation to this type of projects. The main dimensions of this framework are: project team organization, project management process, managing results and risk, organisational framework, good practices, factors which ensure success in project implementation.The paper presents a specific framework for FP 7 project implementation and how this framework is applied by both organisations, a set of rules and procedures that should be followed by any organisation, in particular governmental ones, participating in FP 7 projects and a set of good practices developed by ANCS and UEFISCDI.
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