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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Converging Applications for Active Ageing PolicyCOMPANO RAMON; BOCK ANNE-KATRIN; BURGELMAN JEAN-CLAUDE; CABRERA GIRALDEZ MARCELINO; DA COSTA OLIVIER; MATTSSON Pauline; MALANOWSKI NorbertArticles in Journals
2007The Dynamics of Doctoral Candidates and Post-doctorates in Life Sciences in Europe and the United StatesMOGUEROU Philippe; DI PIETROGIACOMO MARIA PAOLA; DA COSTA OLIVIER; LAGET Patrice; BARJAK Franz; ROBINSON Simon; MENTRUP AlexanderContributions to Conferences
2007Grasping the Potential of Online Social Networks for ForesightCACHIA Romina; COMPANO RAMON; DA COSTA OLIVIERArticles in Journals
2008The Impact of Foresight on Policy-making: Insights from the FORLEARN Mutual Learning ProcessDA COSTA OLIVIER; WARNKE Philine; CAGNIN Cristiano; SCAPOLO FABIANAArticles in Journals
2007Indicators on Researchers' Career and Mobility in Europe: a "Modelling" ApproachMOGUEROU Philippe; DI PIETROGIACOMO MARIA PAOLA; DA COSTA OLIVIER; LAGET PatriceContributions to Conferences
2006Note on the Second International Seville Seminar on Future-Oriented Technology Analysis (FTA), 28-29 September 2006DA COSTA OLIVIERArticles in Journals
2005Perspectives of Ambient Intelligence in the Home EnvironmentDA COSTA OLIVIER; PUNIE YVES; ALAHUHTA Petteri; HEINONEN Sirkka; FRIEDEWALD MichaelArticles in Journals
2003Science and Technology Roadmapping: from Industry to Public Policy.DA COSTA Olivier; BODEN Mark; PUNIE Yves; ZAPPACOSTA MarioArticles in Journals
2008Using Online Social Networks to Look at the FutureDA COSTA OLIVIER; CACHIA Romina; COMPANO RAMON; AMANATIDOU EffieArticles in books
2008Using Social Network Sites to look at the FutureDA COSTA Olivier; CACHIA Romina; COMPANO Ramon; AMANATIDOU EffieArticles in books
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