European Network of Engineering for Agriculture and Environment (ENGAGE)
1988, as European Community Club of Advanced Engineering for Agriculture (ECCAEA). Name changed to European Union Club of Advanced Engineering for Agriculture (EUCAEA). Present name adopted 1997. In 1998/99 became a strategic division of D-XD4290 - European Society of Agricultural Engineers (EurAgEng).
Identify and analyse opportunities for research and development in agricultural, biosystems and environmental engineering to advance agriculture and associated industries; encourage and facilitate cooperation between engineers and scientists within the EU and in countries with scientific agreements with the EU; make readily available expert advice in the areas of agriculture, biosystems and environmental engineering.
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Network Meeting (annual); Chairmanship and Secretariat rotates every 4 years. Merged Secretariat with D-XD4290 - European Society of Agricultural Engineers (EurAgEng).
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