The website of the SafeyCube Horizons 2020 research project was launched in August 2015. The new website contains all the key information about the project including: – information on project partners (organisations and key scientists) – the work programme (objective, methodology, work packages) – useful links (International Organisations, Research projects, International Interest Groups, Knowledge Systems) […]
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The Stakeholder Workshop organised in the framework of the SafetyCube project took place with great success in Brussels on 17 June 2015 aiming at providing stakeholders’ input to be taken into account within the activities of the SafetyCube project. More than 30 key experts attended the Workshop including representatives of competent Ministries, national and international […]
The Kick-off meeting of the SafetyCube research project took place with great success in Loughborough (UK), on 19-20 May 2015 aiming at initiating the project activities according to the relevant work programme. During the SafetyCube kick off meeting, partners had the chance to lay the ground for a successful and productive collaboration in order to […]
On May 1st, 2015, five new Horizons 2020 road safety research projects started their activities, aiming to produce high level research results with great potential to provide solutions for less road casualties on the European roads. A coordination of the activities is foreseen under the guidance of the Innovation Agency (INEA). The five new Horizons […]
SafetyCube is a research project funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020.
Professor of Road and Vehicle Safety
Safe and Smart Mobility Research Cluster
Loughborough. LE11 3TU. UK
Tel: +44 1509 226931
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