Promoting the interactive and the participatory aspects of the socio-economic layer as well as its essential synergy with the scientific research structures
Sana Bouguerra and Ines Nsiri, from INRGREF, have attended the second edition of the Researchers’ Night “GREEN NIGHT” which took place on November 27, 2020, in Tunisia. This is an EU funded and large-scale event organised to deal with the territorial, logistical, educational and socio-economic levels of scientific research.
The “GREEN NIGHT” experience comprises a diverse team of experts in scientific research and science communication, from the research and innovation community along with Civil Society Organisations (CSO), gathered by the Tunisian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MHESR).
The objective of this encounter was to promote the interactive and the participatory aspects of the socio-economic layer, as well as its essential synergy with the scientific research structures. It was also the occasion to offer the younger generation the opportunity to participate in new trending challenges while offering solutions to the issues currently affecting the research sector.
In order to highlight this opportunity, the Association of Scientific Research and Innovation in Computer Science ARSII, ended the ceremony with a series of online challenges in collaboration with industrial actors. These tasks were developed according to the needs of the different partners who identified in advance innovative ideas according to the ERN20’s theme, the ‘Green Deal’.
The program of the event also included E-caravane, E-meeting for scientific popularisation, and the Scientific mediation e-Training.
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