Agenda of the 161st Meeting of the COST Committee of Senior Officials, 15-16 March 2005

February 28, 2005

Brussels, 25 Feb 2005

Full text of Document 723/05

Information Items

  • Adoption of the agenda
  • Welcome address and presentation
    • - Mr. Jyrki Myllyvirta, Member of the Committee of the Regions
  • Presentation of the updated COST video 2005
  • Information from:
  • Status of FP7 and role of COST

    Items for approval

  • Summary of Conclusions of the 160th meeting COST 341/04 + COR 1
  • Action-related items COST 224/05
  • Approval of new Action proposals
  • Requests for extension of the duration of COST Actions
  • Further derogation of power to JAF COST 231/05
  • Requests for participation from non-COST institutes
  • Quality control in COST COST 222/05
  • Call for proposals COST 223/05
  • Domain restructuring and domains review COST 214/1/05 REV 1
  • Budget allocation by domain 2005 and preliminary budget 2006 COST 217/1/05 REV 1

  • COST Fund
  • Statement of revenue and expenditure as at the end of the financial year 2004 COST 201/05
  • Designation of auditors for the COST Fund for 2005
  • Possible support to ECMWF 30-year jubileum book
  • Contributions by the applicant countries

  • Assessment of COST-ESF MoU COST 225/05

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    Items for examination

  • Issues related to the Mid-term Review COST 215/05
  • Prioritisation in COST
  • Utilisation of results of completed Actions
  • Any other business

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