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NATO Science Programme. The Latest Developments. ‘ EuroMicro Day2003’ Ljubljana, 29-Jun-2003. Walter Kaffenberger Programme Director Public Diplomacy Division NATO Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium. 24-June-03. POLITICAL. 1958: SCIENCE COMMITTEE

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nato science programme

NATO Science Programme

The Latest Developments

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Walter Kaffenberger

Programme Director

Public Diplomacy Division

NATO Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium

24-June-03

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POLITICAL

1958: SCIENCE COMMITTEE

1968: Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society

MILITARY

NATO’s Third Dimension

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

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Public Diplomacy Division

SecGen

ASG

Publ. Dipl.

DASG

Ext. Relat.

DASG

Sci. Coop.

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Spokesm.

New

Threats

&

Chall.

NATO

Country

Relat.

Outr.

Country

Relat.

Collab.

Progr.

Editing

&

Distrib.

Media

Support Section: Admin., Budget, Visits, NATO+, ...

Public Diplomacy Division

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Science for

Peace

Steering Group

NATO ScienceProgramme

Science Committee

Liaison Group

(SCLG)

Science

Committee

CP & TC Sectionswithin PDD

Fellowship

National

Administrators

Physical &

Engineering

S&T Panel

Computer

Networking

Panel

Life Science

& Technology

Panel

S&T Policy

& Organization

Subcommittee

Environment &

Earth S&T

Panel

Security Related

Civil S&T Panel

Science

Fellowships

Cooperative Science

& Technology

Research Infra-

structure Support

Science

for Peace

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The Mechanisms of ‘Coop. S & T’

  • Advanced Study Institutes (ASI)
  • Advanced Research Workshops (ARW)
  • Collaborative Linkage Grants (CLG)
  • Expert Visits (EV)

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

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Science Programme Data

  • Each year about 10.000 scientists participate in the NATO Science Programme
  • In 2002, over 6.000 scientists participated in 124 NATO-sponsored scientific meetings
  • About 100 volumes of Proceedings from scientific conferences are published each year
  • Over 2.500 Fellowships have already been awarded to Partner scientists

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

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Development of LST Budget

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

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60

50

Science

40

Budget / #

30

of Eligible

20

Countries

10

0

1986

1989

1992

1995

1998

2001

Development of NATO Science Budget

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

future science programme nato secretary general 24 10 2002
Future Science ProgrammeNATO Secretary General: 24/10/2002

The future Science Programme will:

  • be in line with new challenges and missions of the Alliance
  • have concrete impact on social and economic system of Partner countries

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

future science programme nato secretary general 24 10 20021
Future Science ProgrammeNATO Secretary General: 24/10/2002

The future Science Programme will:

  • address younger generation
  • seek synergy and collaboration with other international organizations
  • make its achievements known

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

the future priority research topics
The Future: “Priority Research Topics”

A. NATO’s view:

  • 1. Scientific Coll. for Defence against Terrorism:
  • Rapid Detection & Diagnosis of CBRN Agents & Weapons
  • Physical Protection against CBRN agents
  • Decontamination of CBRN agents
  • Medical Countermeasures
  • Eco-Terrorism Countermeasures
  • Computer Terrorism Countermeasures

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

the future priority research topics1
The Future: “Priority Research Topics”
  • 2. Scientific Coll. to Counter Other Threats to Security:
  • Environmental Security (desertification, land erosion, …)
  • Water Resources Management
  • Management of Non-Renewable Resources
  • Modeling Sustainable Consumption (food, energy, ...)
  • Disaster Forecast and Prevention
  • Food Security
  • Information Security
  • Social Science Topics

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

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The Future: “Partner Country Priorities ”

B. Partner’s view:

  • Individual Partnership Action Plans

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division

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Conclusions

  • NATO Science Programme under financial pressure
  • NATO will continue to offer effective mechanisms for Alliance and NATO-Partner co-operation
  • Collaboration to be focused in topics of NATO interest plus Partner priorities

‘EuroMicro

Day2003’

Ljubljana,

29-Jun-2003

Public Diplomacy Division