COST JAF Meeting 15/16 February 2006, Agenda Item 5 (c) - Draft Descriptors of the New COST Domains (link)

January 23, 2006

Brussels, 20 Jan 2006

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Delegations will find attached the "Draft Descriptors of the new COST Domains" prepared by the COST Office with a view to the next JAF meeting on 15/16 February 2006.

After examination by the JAF Group and the 164th meeting of the CSO the draft descriptors will be annexed to the Terms of Reference for each COST Domain Committee (see doc. COST 2/1/05 REV 1).

Delegations are kindly requested to send their comments, if any, to the Secretariat by 10 February 2006 at the latest.


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