Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


It sounds implausible, but European researchers are deadly serious about their aim to create reliable, low-energy microchips from what have traditionally been viewed as ‘unreliable’ components. The skill is to correct the errors to turn low-powered parts into efficient, reliable and, above-all, fault-tolerant chips. They propose to use nano-scale integration to build these next-generation chips. Read more
The FIRE FP7 project organizes its final conference "Industrial & Research Challenges arising from User Requirements in Trustworthy ICT" in Brussels on 13th October of 2014, in the framework of the ISSE 2014 event. The project will present the results of its Pan-European analysis of ICT Security requirements from Finance, Healthcare, Energy, ICT and Governments Read more
Lisbon Council, Washington DC, 19 September 2014 Read more
This workshop will feature several leading technologies operating today that can fundamentally improve the way we treat patients. It will be live streamed from the European Health Forum Gastein. Read more
Subject to signature and conclusion of an Agreement associating Switzerland to parts of Horizon 2020, Switzerland will participate from 15 September 2014 with an associated country status in actions under Future and Emerging Technologies (calls with proposal submission deadline after 15 September 2014). Read more
The Open Innovation 2.0 yearbook series have always managed to bring some fresh thinking as well as compelling evidence of the OI2 paradigm. Read more
This Work Programme was adopted on 10 December 2013. The parts that relate to 2015 (topics, dates, budget) have been updated. For more information, please visit the Participant Portal. Read more
2014 marks 2 000 years since the death of Augustus, founder of the Roman Empire. A unique new exhibition is using the anniversary to showcase Europe’s very latest in virtual museum technology. Read more
Communicating with strangers online has become commonplace in the digital era, but how can we be sure that we can trust the person on the other side of the screen? Spanish Startup Traity has made this possible by integrating profiles and feedback from various different online platforms. Read more
Whilst online shopping has great advantages, web users often have questions when purchasing a product and don’t want to spend hours at the end of a phone line waiting for help. Italian startup Vivocha (an acronym for ‘video, voice, chat’) solves the problem with their multi-channel online customer service website. Read more