Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel) presents the EU H2020 Project AtlantOS ‘Optimizing and Enhancing the integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing System’ at the 3rd Conference on Research Infrastructures in Cape Town

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Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel) presents the EU H2020 Project AtlantOS ‘Optimizing and Enhancing the integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing System’ at the 3rd Conference on Research Infrastructures in Cape Town, South Africa, 3-5 October 2016. The conference aims to i) highlight the essential role of global research infrastructures in addressing grand challenges and as hubs for innovation, ii) reflecting on needs, development and sustainability of global/regional research infrastructures, iii) discussing the possibility to move towards an international roadmap.

On Monday 3 October 2016 during the 20th anniversary celebration of the science and technology agreement between South Africa and the EU both parties signed a declaration to cooperate in marine research and innovation.

http://www.bdlive.co.za/national/science/2016/10/04/sa-inks-pact-to-co-operate-with-eu-on-marine-research-and-innovation

Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany and coordinator of the EU H2020 project AtlantOS) and Sigi Gruber (head of the Marine Resources Unit, DG Research and Innovation at the European Commission) at the International Conference on Research Infrastructures (ICRI) in Cape Town, South Africa.

Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany and coordinator of the EU H2020 project AtlantOS) and Sigi Gruber (head of the Marine Resources Unit, DG Research and Innovation at the European Commission) at the International Conference on Research Infrastructures (ICRI) in Cape Town, South Africa.