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Security for smart and safe cities, including for public spaces (Pre-announcement)

In the cities, public spaces such as malls, open crowded gathering areas and events, and non-restricted areas of transport infrastructures, constitute “soft targets”, that is potential, numerous targets spread across the urban area and subject to “low cost” attacks strongly impacting the citizens. The generation, processing and sharing of large quantities of data in smart cities make urban systems and services potentially more responsive, and able to act upon real-time data. On the one hand, smart cities provide for improving the security of open and crowded areas against threats (incl.

Human factors, and social, societal, and organisational aspects to solve issues in fighting against crime and terrorism (Pre-announcement)

The free and democratic EU society, based on the rule of law, mobility across national borders, globalised communication and finance infrastructure, provides many opportunities to its people. However, the benefits come along with risks related to crime and terrorism, a significant number of which have cross-border impacts within the EU. Security is a key factor to ensure a high quality of life and to protect our infrastructure through preventing and tackling common threats.

Human factors, and social, societal, and organisational aspects for disaster-resilient societies

The resilience of societies heavily depends on how their citizens behave individually or collectively, and how governments and civil society organisations design and implement policies for mitigating risks, preparing for, reacting to, overcoming, and learning from disasters. The spread of new technologies and media are inducing dramatic changes in how individuals and communities behave, and they are affecting societies in unpredictable ways.

Programme Tournesol Wallonie Bruxelles┋Coopération scientifique franco-belge (Communauté française)

Tournesol est le Partenariat Hubert Curien franco-belge. Il est mis en œuvre en France par le Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires étrangères (MEAE) et le Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l’Innovation (MESRI), et en Belgique, par Wallonie-Bruxelles International (WBI) et le Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique (F.R.S.-FNRS).

Programme Osmose┋Coopération scientifique franco-lettonne

Osmose est le Partenariat Hubert Curien (PHC) franco-letton. Il est mis en œuvre en Lettonie par le ministère de l'Education et des Sciences et en France par le ministère des Affaires étrangères et du Développement international  (MAEDI) et le ministère de l'Education nationale de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche (MENESR).

Les appels à candidature de ce programme sont lancés sur un rythme bisannuel.