Speakers

Kriton Arsenis

Kriton Arsenis

Kriton Arsenis has been Member of the European Parliament for PASOK (S&D) since July 2009. He is a Member of the Committees on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, Fisheries and Development. In September 2010 he was awarded the "MEP of the Year" award under the Fisheries category, by the Parliament Magazine. In July 2011, he won the "Fair Politician of the Year" award by Evert Vermeer Foundation, for fighting for policy coherence for development, in the EU legislation. In November 2011, International Year of Forests, he was awarded the MEP of the year award in the Forestry category.


Keynote speaker
Wednesday 25 September, 10.20


Annemarie Bastrup-Birk


Annemarie Bastrup-Birk works currently at the European Environment Agency (EEA) and is responsible for Forests and Environment covering forest and forest-related indicators and assessments of relevance for the core EEA issues: biodiversity, ecosystems, agriculture and forests, climate change impacts, mitigation and adaptation, bioenergy, and water. She has more than 20 years’ experience within monitoring of and research on forests both at national and international/European level. Special areas of research have been forest resource inventory, assessment and mapping as well as forest biodiversity.


Panel member, Towards integrated scientific expertise on forest related risks - An interactive debate between science and policy and with the audience
Wednesday 25 September, 15.50


Olivier Bertrand


Olivier Bertrand is a forest owner and a president of the Private Forest Owners Union in the Limousin region (South Western France, around Limoges). He is also the representative of the Governing Board of the Regional Professional Centre for Forest Owners, Vice-president of the French Federation of private forest owners, and Vice-president of the Confederation of European Forest Owners. Mr. Bertrand also drafts reports on forestry strategy as a member of the Committee of the European Union Regions, and he is an elected official of associations at national and European levels and a member of the Cork-Forest Commission at the European Commission.


Moderator, Coping with risks and developing opportunities: the stakeholder’s point of view
Wednesday 25 September, 11.40


Kristina Blennow


Kristina Blennow is professor of Landscape Planning at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Alnarp. She leads a research group on the interplay between people and their environment, through this supporting communication, planning and decision-making under risk, in particular in relation to climate change. Current projects include research on personal beliefs, values, and learning and their roles in decision-making and planning processes, incorporation of disturbance in an earth system model, and the development of decision-support tools. She is also a member of EFI’s Scientific Advisory Board.


Understanding the social dimension of forest risks
Wednesday 25 September, 14.45


Marc Castellnou


Marc Castellnou is a senior fire analyst and the head of the GRAF units at the Catalonian Fire Service. He holds a MSc degree in forest ecology and management from Lleida University, Spain, where he specialized in fire ecology and worked on identifying fire spread patterns for the characterization of fire regimes in Northeastern Spain. Since 2010 he has also served as the president of the Pau Costa Foundation on Fire Ecology and Management. From 1997-98 he worked as a fire analyst with the US Forest Service where he participated in large scale fire operations. He has organized and coordinated various work exchanges to the US Forest Service with international participants between 2001 and 2012.


Evolution of fire management in Europe and how to address it
Wednesday 25 September, 11.50

Moderator, Operational Procedures modular session
Thursday 26 September, 11.20


María Gafo Gómez-Zamalloa


María Gafo Gómez-Zamalloa is Head of the Forest Sector in the Unit "Bioenergy, climate change and forests" in DG Agriculture and Rural Development, coordinating the work towards a new EU Forest Strategy. She started her international career in the Commission in the Directorate General for Energy and Transport, following environmental policy. Later on, in the DG for Industry she was responsible for the Action Plan "Innovative and Sustainable Forest-based Industries". She has a PhD in Advanced Forest Research from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, and completed her studies in the Universities of Wageningen (the Netherlands) and Debrecen (Hungary). She also has a Diploma in European Studies from the Diplomatic School of Spain.


Panel member, Towards integrated scientific expertise on forest related risks - An interactive debate between science and policy and with the audience
Wednesday 25 September, 15.50


Barry Gardiner


Barry Gardiner works at INRA as a Senior Scientist and is also a team leader on a four-year project developing methods for predicting and mitigating wind damage to forests at a regional scale. Previously he worked as a Programme Group Leader in the Centre for Forest Resources and Management at Forest Research, Roslin, Scotland. There he studied tree biomechanics with a focus on tree stability, wood strength and quality, and forest micrometeorology. In addition he was interested in methods for linking remote sensing and growth and wood quality models to predict the volume and quality of the forest resource. He has been an Associate Editor of Annals of Forest Science since July 2009. He is also a Visiting Professor in the School of Earth and Environment, Leeds University, England.


Abiotic risks
Wednesday 25 September, 14.15


Marc Hanewinkel

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Marc Hanewinkel is a forest economist who received his PhD from Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg. Since 2011 he has been the Head of the Forest Resources and Management Research Unit at the Swiss Federal Institute of Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL. Recently he was coordinating two international projects MOTIVE (Models for Adaptive Forest Management under Climate Change) - and MANFRED (Management strategies to adapt Alpine Space Forests to Climate Change - Interreg Alpine Space.


Economic impacts of increasing risks and adaptation options
Wednesday 25 September, 14.35

Moderator, Economic dimension modular session
Thursday 26 September, 11.20


Christoph Hartebrodt


Christoph Hartebrodt is head of the Forest Economics Department at the Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg, Germany. He is also the Deputy Coordinator of IUFRO Group 3.08 and Member in the German Forestry Council, Board of Forest Economics. Furthermore he is the Coordinator of the Network of Forest Accountancy Networks and in the Board of Agriculture in Mountainous Regions. He is active in the research fields of forest risks and disaster management, small scale forest economics performance measurement systems, sustainability reporting and multi-criteria decision methods.


Network building, capacity building and knowledge transfer – a case example
Thursday 26 Setpember, 11.00

Moderator, Networks, capacity building and knowledge transfer modular session

Thursday 26 September, 11.20




Jan Heino

Jan Heino

Jan Heino graduated from Helsinki University and is Chair of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee for a Legally Binding Agreement on Forests in Europe. He used to be Assistant Director-General of FAO, Head of the Forestry Department 2006-2010. Before that he was Director General of Metsähallitus (the Finnish State Forest Enterprise). He held several positions in the Ministry of Agriculture and forestry, such as Head of the Forestry Department, Special Adviser to the Minister and most recently Senior Executive Specialist.


Moderator, introduction and concluding remarks:  European forests and forest policies for the 21st century - ready for risks and opportunities
Wednesday 25 September, 9.45, 11.00


Alexander Held

Alexander Held



Alexander Held is a senior researcher at EFI’S Central European Regional Office and the Observatory for European Forests – EFICENT-OEF. HE is forester by profession and a wildfire and wildlife specialist by accident. Twelve years' international experience in fire ecology, land-, forest- and fire management, forest disturbance- and risk management are valuable support for the new activity of establishing a European Forest Risk Facility (FRISK).



The role and activity areas of a European Forest Risk Facility
Thursday 26 September, 9.45


Alexander Hinrichs

Alexander Hinrichs

Alexander Hinrichs is Regional Advisor for EFI’s FLEGT Asia Regional Support Programme. He provides support for all in-country work, related studies, regional exchange and capacity development on timber legality assurance systems. He has a PhD in forest management and has 20 years of experience in forest management and economics, policy and governance (FLEGT), forest certification, timber trade and markets, forest and climate change (REDD), forest management by communities and integrated fire management.


FLEGT’s influence on markets, trade and economic development
Thursday 26 September, 14.20


François Houllier

Francois Houllier

François Houllier is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of INRA, the French National Institute for Agricultural Research, since July 2012. He has a scientific background in forest biometrics and in ecological modelling. He served successively at the French Forest Survey Service, as a Professor at the College of Forestry in Nancy, and as the Director of the French Institute in Pondicherry (India), a multidisciplinary research centre dedicated to Indo-French scientific cooperation. Since 1998, he has been with INRA at different positions. In 2001-2006, he was a member of the Board of the EFI. He chaired the Board in 2004-2006, when the EFI became an international organization.


Concluding remarks
Wednesday 25 September, 17.00


Hervé Jactel


Hervé Jactel is a principal scientist at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research. He has a PhD in Forest Entomology, Forest Ecology from University of Orléans, France.His research interests focus on the relationship between biodiversity and forest ecosystem functioning. In particular his research group investigates the effect of tree species, functional and phylogenetic diversity on forest resistance to insect herbivores for the provision of pest regulation services. They are also developing a new approach in risk analysis for forest ecosystems taking into consideration multiple biotic and abiotic hazards, vulnerability of forest stands to these hazards and the resulting impact on the forestry wood chain.


Biotic risks
Wednesday 25 September, 14.25


Andreas Kleinschmit von Lengefeld

Andreas Kleinschmit von Lengefeld

Andreas Kleinschmit von Lengefeld has been the Director of the French Institute of Technology for forest based and furniture sectors (FCBA) since April 2011. Today more than 350 people work at FCBA, which covers a large part of the forest-based sector, namely forestry and genetic improvement of trees, lingo-cellulosic materials, building and living with wood. From March 2005 until March 2011 he was involved in the setting-up and operating of the European Forest-Based Sector Technology Platform – FTP sprl, at which he held the position of Director. During that period he was also the RTDI Manager at CEI-Bois. He studied forestry sciences at Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich and holds a PhD from Technical University of Munich.


Chair, Risks to European Forests - What added value can a European Forest Risk Facility provide?
Thursday 26 September, am


Michael Köhl

Michael Köhl

Michael Köhl is Head of the Institute for World Forestry, University of Hamburg. Currently he is a Member of the EFI Board, and previously he served in EFI’s Scientific Advisory Board for six years. He has also been an Associate Research Expert at EFI since 1996. He is active in the Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe (MCPFE)/Forest Europe and the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO). His research areas are international forest development and forest policy, sustainable forest management, climate change and forests as well as biometrics, spatial statistics and forest information systems.


Panel member, Towards integrated scientific expertise on forest related risks - An interactive debate between science and policy and with the audience
Wednesday 25 September, 15.50


Moderator, Reporting back from Modular Sessions on the European Forest Risk Facility
Thursday 26 September, 12.20


Daniel Kraus

Daniel Kraus

Daniel Kraus is a Senior Researcher/Project Leader in EFI’s Central European Regional Office and the Observatory for European Forests – EFICENT-OEF. He holds a MSc degree in forest ecology and management from Freiburg University, Germany, and Universidad Austral, Chile. He was previously a Researcher at the Fire Ecology Research Group of the MPI for Chemistry, Germany, responsible for the coordination of fire ecology research during fire experiments and the use of fire in forest management. He is a visiting lecturer for fire ecology at Freiburg University, Germany, an associate of Working on Fire Int. and founding member of the Pau Costa Foundation on Fire Ecology and Management.


Moderator, Operational Procedures modular session
Thursday 26 September, 11.20


Guy Landmann


Guy Landmann is the deputy-director of GIP-ECOFOR in Paris. He is working in the fields of biomass and biodiversity, monitoring of forests and climate extremes.


Outcomes of the European Forest Risk Facility scoping study
Thursday 26 September, 9.30


Moderator, Research and Information modular session
Thursday 26 September, 11.20


Heiko Liedeker

Heiko Liedeker

Heiko Liedeker is the Head of the FLEGT and REDD Unit at the European Forest Institute. He has extensive experience in leading and facilitating international multicultural, interdisciplinary teams. Previously he worked as an executive director of Leading Standards GmbH, and was formerly executive director of the Forest Stewardship Council and chairman of the European Forest Team of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). He has an MSc in forest ecology from the University of Vermont, USA and a diploma in forestry from Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, Germany.


Welcome and introduction, Shaping forest policy: Global initiatives and the European arena
Thursday 26 September, 14.00


Tamás Marghescu

Tamas Marghescu

Tamás Marghescu is the Director General of the International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation (CIC). He started his career in the Bavarian Forestry Service in Germany and then became an Associate Professional Officer in the Operations Division of the Forestry Department in the Headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Rome, Italy and then later as Chief Technical Adviser in Thailand. In 2002, Tamás was appointed as Regional Director for Pan-Europe (57 countries) of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). He holds a Master of Science from the Forestry Science Faculty of Albert-Ludwigs University in Freiburg/Germany.


Moderator, Networks, capacity building and knowledge transfer modular session
Thursday 26 September, 11.20


Frits Mohren

Frits Mohren

GMJ ( Frits) Mohren is the chair of the Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group of Wageningen University and Research Centre. He has an outstanding track record in both forest research and education, and in research management and coordination. He has been very active in European networks such as COST and has been involved in various platforms of research coordination in Europe. He has acted as member of the planning committee in the field of Forest Ecology and Forest Management at the inception of EFI in 1993, and later as member and chair of the institute’s Scientific Advisory Board (2001-2005).


Celebrating EFI 20 Years
Wednesday 25 September, 9.25


Gert-Jan Nabuurs

Gert-Jan Nabuurs

Gert-Jan Nabuurs is the lead scientist on European Forests in Alterra, Wageningen University. Previously he worked as an Assistant Director for the European Forest Institute. He has a PhD in forest planning and economics and a MSc. in Forestry and Soil Sciences. His main field of interest is in forest resource modelling of European forests for sustainable management in combination with climate change, carbon sequestration and biodiversity issues. He has extensive experience of project coordination and leadership. Among his many affiliations, are a membership of the expert group for the UN-ECE's 'European Forest Sector Outlook Studies' and deputy chairmanship of the IUFRO taskforce on climate change.


Overview on European Forests for the 21st century - ready for risks and opportunities
Wednesday 25 September, 9.45


Christophe Orazio

Christophe Orazio

Christophe Orazio is the Head of Office of EFI’s Atlantic European Regional Office – EFIATLANTIC. He holds a Forest degree from ENGREF (Nancy, France) and a Master’s degree in Ecology from the University of Marseilles. He previously worked as the director of IEFC (EFI project centre) and has experience of working in many other research organisations (CIRAD, INRA, CEMAGREF, FCBA) and forest management organisations (ONF, Société Forestière CDC). Christophe has coordinated numerous projects related to sustainability and risk management in planted forests. He has direct linkage with forest owners and stakeholders.


Abiotic and biotic risks to European forests - The added value of a ‘European forest risk facility’ an introduction
Thursday 26 September, 8.50


Christophe van Orshoven

Christophe van Orshoven

Christophe van Orshoven is a REDD Expert for EFI’s EU REDD Facility. He is responsible for providing guidance and support to the planning and implementation of REDD+ activities, with a focus on FLEGT Partner Countries. He has over 5 years of experience in national and international forest policy issues (Federal Ministry of Environment – Belgium), including the EU FLEGT Action Plan and he has knowledge and experience in REDD+ (UNFCCC negotiations), focusing on linkages between UN Conventions on Climate Change and Biodiversity.


FLEGT-REDD linkages
Thursday 26 September, 14.50


Melissa Othman


Melissa Othman is a Senior Governance Expert at EFI’s EU FLEGT Facility. She works on Voluntary Partnership Agreements as part of the EU FLEGT Action plan in cooperation with the European Commission’s DG Development section, with particular emphasis on legality standard development. Melissa has a degree in international affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, New York, NY. Her previous work experience has focused on community forestry, government forestry and conservation policies, and technical assistance programs related to forestry, conservation, tourism development and land use planning in Africa, Middle East, Eastern Europe and Central Asia.


VPAs – building blocks to strengthen forest governance
Thursday 26 September, 14.35


Marc Palahí

Marc Palahi

Marc Palahí is the Deputy Director of the European Forest Institute, and responsible for the overall coordination and integration of EFI’s strategic activities related to research and policy support. He has a PhD in forestry and economics and an MSc in forestry engineering. Previously as an Assistant Director of EFI he led EFI’s policy support activities and during this time was instrumental in launching ThinkForest, a European high-level forum on the future of forests. He has also worked as Head of EFI’s Mediterranean Regional Office, EFIMED, where he coordinated research, capacity building and networking activities among a network of 40 research and education institutions from 18 Mediterranean countries.


Risk session: Concluding remarks
Thursday 26 September, 13.00


Alexander Panfilov


Alexander Panfilov is the Deputy Head of the Federal Forestry Agency in Russia. He started his career in the All-Union Scientific–Research Institute for Chemicalization of Forestry as a junior scientific worker, followed by period when he worked in the Federal Forestry Service of Russia and later in the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation. In 2008 he become the Director of Forestry Department in the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, and from 2010 till present he has been in his current position. He has PhD in Biology and has published more than 60 scientific works.


Keynote speaker
Wednesday 25 September, 10.20


Risto Päivinen

Risto Päivinen

Risto Päivinen has been the Director of the European Forest Institute (EFI) since 2000. He has a Dr.Sc. from the University of Joensuu, Finland (M.Sc. (For) in 1976, M.Sc. in 1980, Lic.For. in 1982). Previously he worked in the United Nations Environment Programme as Forestry Project Officer in Geneva, Switzerland, as the Professor of Forest Inventory and Dean of the Faculty of Forestry at the University of Joensuu, and as the Deputy Director of EFI from 1993–2000. He was also the Coordinator of the IUFRO Task Force on Global Forest Information Service from 1998–2005.



Speaker: Official Opening
Wednesday 25 September, 9.00


Gillian Petrokofsky

Gillian Petrokofsky

Gillian Petrokofsky currently works in the Biodiversity Institute, a multidisciplinary School of the University of Oxford, conducting research on the quality of evidence for science-policy dialogue in forestry, and on methods for constructing relevant research agendas. She leads a collaborative project co-ordinated by the Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) to explore the potential of systematic reviews for enhancing the evidence base for broadly defined ‘forestry’ policy and practice. She is also engaged in research that engages with the British private forestry sector to gain insights into their practices and perceived constraints of sustainably managing woodlands for ecosystem services.


Moderator and opening speech: Towards integrated scientific expertise on forest related risks - An interactive debate between science and policy and with the audience
Wednesday 25 September, 15.50


Jean-Luc Peyron

Jean-Luc Peyron

Jean-Luc Peyron is managing director of ECOFOR, a French public body in charge of research and expertise coordination on behalf of 13 scientific, monitoring and professional organisations in the field of forest temperate and tropical ecosystems. He also chairs the IUFRO unit on “Managerial economics and accounting”. In the past, he served in the French Administration, taught at the French college of forestry in Nancy, was involved in the development of research in forest economics, was Chief Editor of the French Forest Review, member of the Scientific Advisory Board of EFI, and chairman of the COST Action ECHOES on “Expected climate change and options for European silviculture”.


Economic impacts of risks and damages to European forests
Thursday 26 September, 8.30


Risk session: Concluding remarks
Thursday 26 September, 13.00


Janez Potočnik

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Janez Potočnik is the Commissioner for Environment. He first became a Member of the European Commission in May 2004. During 2004–2009 he was responsible for Science and Research. In February 2010 he started a second mandate as a Commissioner for Environment. Dr. Potočnik graduated with honors from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Ljubljana, and also holds a Master's and PhD from the same University. In April 1998, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia appointed Dr Potočnik Head of Negotiating Team for Accession of the Republic of Slovenia to the European Union. In June 2001, he was appointed a Minister Councillor at the Office of the Prime Minister. On January 24, 2002, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia appointed him Minister without portfolio responsible for European Affairs.


Keynote speaker
Wednesday 25 September, 10.20


Teresa Presas

Teresa Presas

Teresa Presas is the Director General of CEPI. She was born in Portugal in 1952 and has worked in the paper industry since 1982 when she joined Tetra Pak Portugal as Director of Communication and Marketing Services. She later went on to become Director of Communication and Environment for Tetra Pak Europe, Middle East and Africa and then, Vice President of European Affairs for Tetra Pak Europe and Director of Corporate Environmental Affairs for Tetra Pak International. Teresa has a degree in psychology from the Instituto de Psicologia Aplicada, Lisbon and in 2008 she was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the Helsinki University of Technology.


Driving the forest based industry into delivering a broad range of goods for the long run
Wednesday 25 September, 11.40


Aljoscha Requardt

Aljoscha Requardt

Aljoscha Requardt has been the Secretary General of the Confederation of European Forest Owners (CEPF) in Brussels, Belgium, since August 2011. Before joining CEPF, he worked as Manager of the Observatory for European Forests at EFICENT-OEF in Nancy, France, and as Scientist at the Thünen Institute in Germany. Aljoscha holds a PhD in Natural Science from the University of Hamburg and a MSc in Forest Science from the Dresden University of Technology. He is an expert in European forest policy processes, cooperated closely with e.g. UNECE/FAO and FOREST EUROPE, and was one of the Coordinating Lead Authors of the “State of Europe’s Forests 2011” report.


Dealing with risks and uncertainties in forestry - a forest owners perspective
Wednesday 25 September, 12.00


Jesús San-Miguel Ayanz

Jesus San Miguel Ayanz

Jesús San-Miguel Ayanz is a Senior Researcher at the Institute for Environment and Sustainability of the EC Joint Research Centre leading the research activities of the JRC on forestry in Europe. He is a forest engineer (Polytechnic Univ. of Madrid), who specialized in remote sensing and GIS applications receiving the MSc and PhD degrees by the Univ. of California at Berkeley in 1989 and 1993, respectively. Currently, he is in charge of the development of the Forest Information System for Europe (FISE) supporting the new EU Forest Strategy.


Panel member, Towards integrated scientific expertise on forest related risks - An interactive debate between science and policy and with the audience
Wednesday 25 September, 15.50


Andreas Schuck

Andreas Schuck

Andreas Schuck has been Head of Office of the Central European Regional Office and the Observatory for European Forests – EFICENT-OEF since 2009. Prior to his current appointment he was the Head of Programme for EFI's “Forest Resources and Information” Research Programme. He has extensive research experience on European forest resources, forestry statistics and information systems, and insight into international and EU policies through his engagements in various research projects. Andreas holds an MSc from the University of Freiburg, Germany. Before joining EFI he worked at the Forest Research Institute of Baden-Wϋrttemberg, Germany and the World Forest Institute in Portland, Oregon.


Abiotic and biotic risks to European forests - The added value of a ‘European forest risk facility’ an introduction
Thursday 26 September, 8.50


Ernst Schulte

Ernst Schulte



Ernst Schulte is the Head of Forest Sector in the European Commission, DG Environment ENV.B1, 'Agriculture, forests and soil'. He studied at universities in Freiburg (forestry) and Bonn (agriculture), receiving a Diplom-Agraringenieur (Dipl.-agr.ing). Prior to working at the European Commission, he worked in the forest sector. He has been an official in the European Commission since 1993, working in the Directorates-General of Agriculture and Environment.



Speaker: Perspectives from Member Countries and the European Commission
Thursday 26 September, 9.05


Matthias Schwoerer


Matthias Schwoerer is Head of Division, European and International Forest Policy, at the German Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection. He has been involved for more than 20 years in European and international forest policy, as a negotiator for Germany for almost all MCPFE decisions as well as chief negotiator for the EU at UNFF 7 on the Forest Instrument, and right now for the European Forest Convention. He has followed EFI development from the early days, representing Germany in the negotiations leading to the EFI convention and now the EFI Council.


Panel member, Towards integrated scientific expertise on forest related risks - An interactive debate between science and policy and with the audience
Wednesday 25 September, 15.50


Speaker: Perspectives from Member Countries and the European Commission
Thursday 26 September, 9.05


Konstantin von Teuffel

Konstantin von Teuffel

Konstantin von Teuffel is the Director of the Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg in Freiburg. He was a member of the EFI Board (2004 – 2006) and Chair of the EFI Board (2006-2010). He has also worked as the Head of the German National Support Group of the Forest Based Sector Technology Platform (FTP) - Leader of the Steering Committee and the Project Management and since 2013 he has been member of the FTP Board. Furthermore he is the Deputy Division Leader IUFRO Division 9 "Forest Policy and Economics" and is responsible for the management of several international research and development projects at the EU level.


Risk session: Concluding remarks
Thursday 26 September, 13.00


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