Agenda of the 300th Meeting of the Scientific and Technical Research Committee (CREST), 18 March 2005

February 21, 2005

Brussels, 18 Feb 2005

Full text of Document 503/05

Chairman: Dr. Achilleas MITSOS, European Commission, Director General

1. Adoption of the Draft Agenda

2. Approval of the Draft Summary Conclusions of the 299th Meeting of 20 January 2005
- Doc. 1 202/05 CREST

3. Information from the Presidency and the Commission
* Presidency
* Commission

4. Five Year Assessment (1999-2003)
* Presentation by Dr. Erkki Ormala (Vice-President, Nokia Technology) of the Five Year Assessment report on "The European Union Research Framework Programmes"

* Presentation by Prof. José Gago (former Portuguese Minister of Science and Technology and current President of the Portuguese Laboratory for Particle Physics) of the Five Year Assessment report on "Research and Technology Development in Information Society technologies"

5. 3% and Open Method of Co-ordination (Second Cycle)
* Presentation by the lead countries of the latest developments on the work modules agreed at 20 January meeting
* Discussion and agreement on further topics and participation

6. EURAB (European Research Advisory Board)
* Presentation by Prof. H. Nowotny (Chairperson of EURAB) on the ongoing activities of EURAB

7. Basic Research
* Further presentations by delegations on National Basic Research Systems: Sweden, Belgium (poss.)

8. Women and science
* Presentation by the Commission of its latest working paper

9. Agenda for Next meeting (23/24 May 2005; Mondorf, Luxembourg)

10. Any Other Business

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