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Re: 98/C 183/02 Comission Communication usw. usf.
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On 16 Jun 98 at 6:35, Lutz Donnerhacke wrote:
> Danke. Interessant ist
> EN 627 Regeln für Datenerfassung und Ferüberwachung von Aufzügen,
> Fahrtreppen und Fahrneigen
> ansonsten würde mich noch die EN 31252 und EN 31253 (Laser)
> Fazit: Was hast Du gesehen?
Sorry. War ne falsche URL. Me culpa. AZ war auch verkehrt!
Call for applications with a view to setting
up advisory groups for the key actions of the
specific programmes for research (fifth
Der korrekte URL lautet:
Call for applications with a view to setting up advisory groups for
the key actions of the specific programmes for research (fifth
framework programme) (98/C 183/06)
1.In the explanatory memorandum to the proposals for Council
Decisions concerning the specific programmes implementing, on the one
hand, the fifth framework programme of the European Community for
research, technological development and demonstration activities
and, on the other hand, the fifth framework programme of the Atomic
Energy Community for research and training activities, the
Commission indicated its intention of setting up advisory groups to
advise it on the implementation of the key actions or groups of key
actions. To this end, it hereby invites applications for inclusion on
its list of candidates for the advisory groups. The applicants
selected will help the Commission by contributing, through their
comments, to the definition of the research policy guidelines for the
2.The Member States, European Parliament, professional
bodies of scientists or engineers, industrial or consumer
associations and any other oganisation concerned with the scientific,
technological and socioeconomic objectives of the key actions are
invited to inform all eminent persons with the required
qualifications about this call for applications. The Commission will
also accept applications coming from scientific, professional,
industrial or general organisations on condition that they have the
agreement of the person proposed.
3.The work of the advisory groups will address in particular the
guidelines for the work programmes (including, whenever possible, the
definition of quantified or testable scientific and
techncial/economic objectives for attaining the aims of the key
action, the programming of calls for proposals and the criteria for
evaluating proposals for indirect RTD actions), the strategic nature
of the work to be carried out in the context of the key actions and
its exploitation, and the analysis of the results obtained, with a
view to a possible reorientation of the work programmes.
COM(1998) 305/6 and 7, 305/9 and 10. COM(1998) 306/3
4.Applications will concern one of the following key actions or
groups of key actions:
1.Information society (comprising the following
key actions: Systems and services for the citizen;
New methods of work and electronic commerce;
Multimedia content and tools; Essential technologies and
5.Applications for appointment as members of the advisory groups must
be sent, duly signed, no later than 3 July 1998. After that date, the
Commission intends to make appointments on a regular basis in order to
ensure the smooth functioning of the advisory groups.
Applications must be submitted:
- either by registered letter, as d by the postmark, to the
following address: European Commission, Secretariat for Advisory
Groups, SDME 2/108, rue de la Loi/Wetstraat 200, BÜ1049 Brussels;
-Ùor by private courier service to the following address: European
Commission, Secretariat for Advisory Groups, SDME 2/108, rue de la
Loi/Wetstraat 200, BÜ1049 Brussels; -Ùor by hand to the following
address, as confirmed by the acknowledgement of receipt: European
Commission, Secretariat for Advisory Groups, Office 2/108, Square de
Meeüs 8, BÜ1040 Brussels.
Axel H. Horns
Axel H. Horns