Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


From 20/04/2015 to 24/04/2015
The next annual telemedicine and eHealth conference Med-e-Tel will be held in conjunction with the IHE-Europe Connectathon 2015. Read more
On October 24 and 25 the German Sport University Cologne hosted a symposium about the results of the 3 year iStoppFalls project. This EU-funded project deals with ICT-based fall prevention and risk assessment of older adult that still live independently. Read more
Stakeholders in the robotics field come together on December 9, 2014 in Brussels to discuss project ideas and consortia for ICT-24-2015 in robotics. Read more
From 06/11/2014 to 07/11/2014
Brussels, Belgium
Around 250 participants from Europe and beyond - youth ambassadors, academics, industry, NGOs, the European Commission and Ministry representatives - will discuss future and emerging trends on child online safety. Read more
Communiqué de presse du lundi 27 octobre 2014: L'indépendance des organismes de régulation dans les secteurs des communications est la clé de leur efficacité. Read more
Avenue de Beaulieu 25, Meeting room S1, Brussels, Belgium
Photonics21 with the support of the European Commission is organizing a workshop on pilot lines. Register for free to attend the event. Read more
From 25/03/2015 to 26/03/2015
Net Futures 2015 is organised and supported by the European Commission and will replace the former annual Future Internet Assembly (FIA) after 11 successful years. Read more
The EU-funded RePlay project is building a motion capture system that will be within reach of sport clubs. They also develop innovative techniques to produce state-of-the-art HD footage and to recover 3D motions from historical films. Read more
From 18/11/2014 to 20/11/2014
Brussels, Belgium
As key institutional changes take place at EU level and digital issues rank high in the European Commission’s agenda, a stock taking exercise on the achievements of the EU pro-competitive model will soon begin. Read more
As part of its mission to strengthen Europe’s graphene research and development community, the Graphene Flagship welcomes its first four associated members: Netzsch (Germany), NetComposites (UK), ABB and Imerys (Switzerland).
Bringing together scientists, engineers and commercial companies looking to turn graphene and related materials from academic research into real-world products is the core mission of the Graphene Flagship. To that end the flagship has built a pan-European structure based on partner organisations, and the original 76 partners in 17 countries have grown to 142 in 23 countries. Read more