The European Commission Competence Centre on Modelling (CC-MOD) is organising the 2nd biennial EU Conference on modelling for policy support. Tackling policy challenges requires making political choices, which must be transparently informed by evidence.
Models are extensively used to analyse the environmental, economic, and social impacts of policies. The European Commission makes use of models throughout the policy cycle and is committed to sound and transparent use of evidence in the framework of the Better Regulation policy and Open science principles.
The Conference brings together researchers and policymakers from European and international institutions, Member States, universities, research institutes and consultancies to identify common challenges and solutions when using models to support policymaking across all policy domains.
The event will take place during the week of 22 – 26 November 2021 and it is fully online.
The 25th November, Ilaria D’Elia will present the work “An Integrated Modelling System to evaluate health and environmental impacts from air pollution in Italy” under the Session 6: Multidisciplinary approaches, integrated assessment and model linkages.
More information about the Conference, the programme and how to register are available here