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Asia-Europe Sustainable Connectivity Scientific Conference

Berlaymontgebouw
datum 26 februari 2020 - 28 februari 2020
plaats Asia, Singapore, Filippijnen, Singapore
locatie Singapore Toon locatie
organisatie Europese Commissie (EC)

AESCON (Asia-Europe Sustainable CONnectivity) is the first scientific conference on Asia-Europe sustainable connectivity, bringing together researchers and policy analysts working in the field of international connectivity, globalization and their impacts on sustainable development, with a particular focus on Asia-Europe connections. At a time of increasing connectivity, the conference aims to provide an academic forum to discuss global challenges on transport infrastructure, energy transition, climate change, digital economy, trade and investment flows, security, people mobility, cultural exchanges, among others.

The conference will be used as an open platform for debate on sustainable connectivity, to spur future research linked to policy needs and to build a network of Asia-Europe researchers working on sustainable connectivity. AESCON will be anchored by contributions from researchers on themes related to Asia-Europe sustainable connectivity and by keynote presentations.

Call for Abstracts

Participants are welcome to submit their contributions via the Call for Abstracts at www.aescon.org

AESCON welcomes original research on international connectivity and globalisation and its links to sustainable development, with a particular focus on the Asia-Europe context.

Conference topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Transport
  • Energy
  • Digital economy and e-commerce
  • Political and institutional cooperation
  • Education and research
  • Migration
  • Tourism
  • Interoperability
  • Trade
  • Financial networks and flows
  • Cultural exchanges
  • Security
  • Information and Communication Technologies

Research should address international connectivity (as opposed to domestic), and particular preference will be given to research targeting Asia-Europe connectivity. Research should also adopt an integrated approach to connectivity, by linking the chosen connectivity topic to sustainability considerations and assessments. Participants are highly encouraged to use data from the ASEM Sustainable Connectivity Portal.

Organisers

The conference is organised by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, the Asia-Europe Foundation, the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia and the Center for China and Globalization.

Important dates

Call for abstracts is now closed.

Abstracts acceptance notification: November 22, 2019

Registration opens: November 29, 2019

Registration closes: January, 15, 2020

Deadline for extended abstract: January 15, 2020

Conference: September 23 - 25, 2020

Contact

info@aescon.org

Venue

Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)

31 Heng Mui Keng Terrace

Singapore

Costs

Registration to AESCON is free of charge, but participants will need to cover the costs of their travel and accommodation. The acceptance to the conference is subject to the approval of the organisers, so please do not book your travel before having received a confirmation letter.

In order to encourage participation from a wide range of countries, and to promote a balanced group of participants, AESCON may be able to fund the travel of a very limited number of participants in particular justified cases where their institution is unable to provide funds. In such cases, travel funding would be available subject to the approval of the organising committee and with strong justification from the participant.

Language

The conference will be held in English.


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Europese Commissie (EC)

Deze instelling van de Europese Unie kan worden beschouwd als het 'dagelijks bestuur' van de EU. De leden van de Europese Commissie worden 'Eurocommissarissen' genoemd. Elke Eurocommissaris is verantwoordelijk voor één of meerdere beleidsgebieden. Momenteel zijn er 27 Eurocommissarissen, voor elke lidstaat één. Samen vormen zij het college van Eurocommissarissen. De Eurocommissarissen moeten het belang van de Europese Unie als geheel behartigen, niet dat van hun eigen land.

De Europese Commissie mag als enige EU-instelling wetsvoorstellen indienen; zij heeft het zogenaamde recht van initatief. Daarnaast controleert de Commissie of de Europese wetgeving juist wordt toegepast in de lidstaten, onderhandelt zij in internationale organisaties als de Wereldhandelsorganisatie (WTO) over de handel van de Unie met het 'buitenland' en is zij verantwoordelijk voor het beheer van de Europese begroting van ongeveer 140 miljard euro per jaar.

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