The European Union Center of Excellence at the Georgia Institute of Technology was established in Fall of 2008 with the support of a grant from the European Commission. Our goal is to promote wider knowledge and understanding of the European Union and the transatlantic relationship. Building on the natural strengths of Georgia Tech and its commitment to interdisciplinary programs, the Center’s educational, outreach, and research activities will revolve around the theme of “Technological Transformations and Global Challenges in the 21st Century: EU and Transatlantic Strategies for Innovation and Sustainability."
The EUCE sponsors a variety of workshops, conferences, executive roundtables and public talks around the following themes: EU and transatlantic economic governance, energy, innovation and sustainability in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), biotechnology and nanotechnology. Read more »
July marks the start of Poland’s six-month term as President of the Council of the European Union, and Poland has accordingly presented its priorities and plans for its presidential term. On July 7, Poland offered its ideas for its upcoming presidency during a press conference held at the EU Information Centre. Ambassador of Poland to Croatia Wieslaw Tarka presented the plan of the Polish Presidency, and addressed the major issues that Poland is now tasked with facing. Read more »
A Luncheon Presentation with His Excellency Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Secretary General, North Atlantic Treaty OrganizationSubmitted by ehynes3 on Tue, 05/03/2011 - 11:35.
The European Union Center of Excellence at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the World Affairs Council of Atlanta would like to extend an invitation to the following exciting opportunity:
Hosted by the Atlanta World Affairs Council @ the Commerce Club Atlanta
Co-sponsored by NATO's Public Diplomacy Division
Date: Monday, May 9th 2011 Read more »
As a part of Georgia Tech's Europe Day Celebration, the GT European Union Center of Excellence, the Ecologic Institute, the German Embassy, and the German Consulate General Atlanta will host the following symposium on clean energy development:
"Industries of the Future: Economic Growth through Clean Energy and Clean Jobs"
May 9, 2011
Georgia Tech Student Center Ballroom
350 Ferst Drive, NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30318