Top-level Research Initiative Annual Conference 2011
Time and place:
Holmenkollen Park Hotel Rica, Oslo 28.11.2011 to 29.11.2011
Anne Riiser +47 922 66 396
Two years ago the Nordic region’s largest ever research and innovation initiative in the fields of climate, environment and energy was launched by the Nordic prime minsters. Two years of the initiative’s five-year period have now passed. What has this top-level collaboration between research and industry achieved so far? What role can the Top-level Research Initiative play in promoting green growth? And how can this Nordic initiative make a difference in a global context?
Top leaders from the Nordic innovation and research community, trade and industry and political circles will discuss these questions with project managers and participants in the initiative at the TRI Annual Conference 2011.
Theme: Green growth and the further development of the Top-level Research Initiative (TRI)
Date: 28-29 November 2011
Location: Holmenkollen Park Hotel in Oslo
Programme: See the conference programme here!
Registration by November 1st 2011.
There is no conference fee, but travel and accommodation costs are covered by the participants.
Accomodation: We have made arrangements with Holmenkollen Park Hotell which is the location. Price: NOK 1645,- per night. incl. Breakfeastbuffett, wireless internett and free access to the fitnesscenter. Hotellrooms are booked through the hotells webpage.
To book a hotellroom, go to www.holmenkollenparkhotel.noand choose “Room reservation”. You’ll then be directed to the “Booking Engine”. Choose the dates and press the ”Select Account” button. Under ”Select Account” you fill in the following codes:
- Account code - the code for this conference is WWGRP008
- Promotional code – the code is *G08$ (star + G08 + $)
You will then find the prices for this for this conference and you can continue the reservation.
Image: The Top-level Research Initiative Annual Conference 2011 is the second of its kind. This picture is from last year’s conference in Copenhagen, which was attended by some 90 participants (photo by Johannes Jansson, norden.org).