The new phase of the SSSTC program has brought us many new faces. Pascal Marmier is now heading swissnex China and Nektarios Palaskas is the new science and technology counselor in Swiss Embassy in Beijing. Would you like to know what these changes bring for the program? Would you like to meet with them and be informed of what kind of support you can expect from these offices? Please come and join us at ETH Zurich for a China Briefing: Continue reading
The Stepping Stone Symposia are instruments under the Sino Swiss Science and Technology Cooperation (SSSTC) for promoting academic and industrial participation of the program: First conference on Cancer Research (CR) and Neurodegenerative Diseases (NDD) (SSS-CR/NDD)
The SSSTC has been authorized by its National Steering Committee to launch an EG and an IP call for proposals (the exact amount of funding is pending parliamentary approval).
The calls will be open on June 1st and ends on Sept. 1st, 2011.
For details of the calls and the application forms (available starting June 1st), please go to our webpage:
Combining the strengths of Nano-Tera.ch and the Sino Swiss Science and Technology Cooperation (SSSTC) a joint call for proposals is now open. This call aims at creating grass root synergies to encourage Swiss-Chinese research collaborations within Nano-Tera.ch thematic areas.
Submission deadline is June 30th, 2011
Priority research areas are those covered by Nano-Tera.ch (see “Specific Goals of Nano-Tera.ch and figure 1 above), including and recommending, but not limiting to Wireless Sen-sor Networks and Internet of Things. These are recommended due to the identified objective of creating synergy in these fields with China.
Nano-Tera.ch program two major strategic axes:
- Research and development of advanced technologies, such as i) micro/nano-electronics, -electromechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS) and -manufacturing proc-esses; ii) (bio)-sensors, actuators and their system-level integration; iii) information and communication sciences as well as systems and software engineering.
- Integration of these technologies into application fields, such as wearable systems (e.g., for monitoring of patients, sportsmen, and the elderly), ambient systems (e.g., for environmental intelligence, building monitoring and virtual world) and remote sys-tems (e.g., remote sensing).
Ich gebe Euch hier aktualisierte Informationen der China-Deligierten des Sino Swiss Science and Technology Cooperation (SSSTC) Maio Chen-Su (ETHZ) wieder: Continue reading