SFC Space4Security Workshop 2023

Horizon Europe project PEERS

Join us for the 2023 edition of SFC’s annual Space4Security Workshop featuring project PEERS focused on CBRN and DRR!

Every year, SFC organizes a highly practical workshop focusing on gathering end-user feedback on innovative products and services in the making.

The 2023 edition is a twin event, meaning that April 25th is in Hungarian, while April 26th is the international day of the workshop. Participation on both days is possible, please reach out to the organisers.

Meet PEERS: a Horizon Europe project on Practitioner-driven Standardisation in the fields of DRM/CBRN!

PEERS will be a platform where you can:

▶ find everything you need to know at one place,
▶ categorised, easily searchable,
▶ about the #standards you need to apply,
▶ with links to #stakeholders , relevant products or services,
▶ even enhanced with 3D VR  #visualisation !

This Spring we invite experts for a brainstorming on CBRN/DRM related threats and the future of disaster resilience.

Program for the 26th April:

10.00 Registration / coffee

10.30 Opening session

10.40 Introducing PEERS project

10.50 Project relevance to EU policymaking

11.00 PEERS methodology and preliminary results discussion

12.00 Lunch break / Poster session

13.00 Summarizing results of April 25 workshop day in English (cross-fertilization)

14.00 Coffee break

14.20 Joining expert groups, brainstorming on use case scenarios, gathering feedback about PEERS platform Alpha version

16.00 Conclusions and wrap-up

Social dinner with networking and B2B opportunity:

19.00 25th April for both days!

Hybrid Format:

Online / Budapest, Hungary


Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Center for Human Studies (1097 Budapest, Tóth Kálmán u. 4.)


25-26 April 2023


with registration


25th April – Hungarian

26th April – English

With questions contact:


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No. 101074040.

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