STARLIGHT highlighted its work in the Community for European Research and Innovation for Security (CERIS) workshop on protection of public spaces hosted by European Commission (DG HOME - DG for Migration and Home Affairs) in Brussels on 7th April 2022.
CERIS’ objective is to enable the use of research and innovation in addressing current and future security challenges in a proactive manner, based on foresight, prevention, and anticipation.
As one of the main CERIS tools, the thematic workshops bring together stakeholders to share and exchange information and developments across research, industry, practitioners and policy ensuring cooperation between different security research projects and communication of the intake stemming from research on innovative technologies.
Aiming to facilitate interactions within the security research community and users of research outputs, CERIS brings together around 1,500 registered stakeholders such as policy makers, end-users, academia, industry, and civil society, and regularly organises thematic events within the security research community.
Find more information about CERIS here.