Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


From 05/08/2014 to 22/09/2014
The aim of the pilot is to develop and demonstrate a European-wide learning technology system to support effective (re)-training. It will match the interests and current knowledge of individuals with the most demanded labour market skills and suggest possible learning roadmaps for acquiring knowledge and skills. Deadline for submitting applications is on 22/09/14 at 17:00 CET. Read more
Brusssels, Belgium
This event aims to attract innovation enthusiasts and practitioners to give them fresh insights into "Responsible Innovation", a new philosophy that the EU is firmly supporting. KARIM is an EU initiative set up in North West Europe to support and boost the competitivness of innovative SMEs. The project aims to improve their competitiveness through access to high value innovation support and technology in 6 main fields - ICT, Smart Energy Systems, Environmental Technologies, Eco-toxicology, Nano-bio Science & engineering and Bio-medical Technologies. Read more
From 24/11/2014 to 25/11/2014
London, United Kingdom
The event will cover all the principal care disciplines which so often end up failing to work together to deliver holistic care: primary care, secondary care, mental health, social care and third sector engagement. Even within each of these areas, coordinating care can be challenging when people have to rely on paper and word of mouth to communicate. Read more
A year after its launch stakeholders involved in the I4MS Initiative (ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs) gathered in Berlin on June 18th to discuss Fostering Digital Industrial Innovation in Europe. Read more
Last 5th and 6th of June, for the first time, the French Ministry of Research gathered researchers and experts to discuss and reflect on the topic of open data in science. Read more
Air and noise pollution are among the most insidious threats to our health. But what if we could monitor both from our smartphones? The AirProbe and Widenoise apps, developed by an EU-funded research project called EVERYAWARE, have made this possible. Partners from Belgium, Germany, Italy and the UK have developed this system to increase people’s awareness of their environment. Read more
Over the years computing has evolved to ‘nearly always on’ web-based mobile computing devices. In the near future we can expect that hardware will become a commodity and the value will be in the software to drive it and the data it generates. The data deluge will require an infrastructure that can transfer and store the data, and computing systems that can analyse and extract value from data in real time. Read more
The vision underlying open digital science — ODS — is to explore whether radically different scientific practices based on digital technologies are emerging, what they consist of, and how they are changing the relation of science and society. In particular, ODS will analyse and stimulate openness of scientific knowledge, by and for everyone to access, acquire, and benefit from. Read more
Curious about Technologies for Creative Industries? Do you want to expand your network and find out more about what the Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2015 has to offer? Then come to Florence for ICT Proposers' Day 2014! Read more
The map monitors, reports and compares the differences in working conditions and the status of journalists across EU Member States. Read more