European Council of Applied Sciences and Engineering

European Council Of Applied Sciences And Engineering

The European Council of Applied Sciences, Technologies and Engineering (Euro-CASE) is a European non-profit organization, which groups 19-20 European national academies of Engineering, Applied Sciences and Technology. The organization provides a European forum for exchange and consultation between European Institutions, industry, research, and national governments.

The mission of the organization is to pursue, encourage and maintain excellence in the fields of engineering, applied sciences and technology, and promote their science, art and practice.

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