This directorate-general provides the Commission with scientific advice and technical support in order to help formulate, implement and monitor a wide range of policies of the European Union. If requested it will advise the Council, Parliament and the member-states.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) also conducts scientific research. In several centres throughout Europe a broad range of topics are researched, most of it focused on areas that respond to the major challenges that face the EU policy makers. Its main areas of research are nuclear energy, economics, sustainable development, security issues and crisis-management and developing common reference materials and measurements.
|sluitingsdatum||titel en contract||organisatie en plaats|
|23-08-2017||Impacts of autonomous vehicles introduction||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Ispra)|
|24-08-2017||Distributing emissions using population density||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Ispra)|
|25-08-2017||Circular economy and waste management||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Seville)|
|25-08-2017||Technical Agent - Waste Manager||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Geel)|
|25-08-2017||Secretary||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Ispra)|
|27-08-2017||- Secretary||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Seville)|
|29-08-2017||Financial risk analysis and modelling||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Ispra)|
|30-08-2017||- Scientific/ technical support officer in Economics||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Ispra)|
|31-08-2017||Energy Efficiency||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Petten)|
|31-08-2017||DRIVER (Driving Innovation in Crisis Management for European Resilience)||Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Ispra)|