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From 11/05/2015 to 13/05/2015
Riga (Latvia)
The next European eHealth Week will take place on 11-13 May 2015 in Riga (Latvia). It will combine the EU high-level conference on eHealth, the World of Health IT conference and exhibition. Read more
23/12/2014
During the Digital Action Day, held in Brussels on 29 September 2014, policy makers and stakeholders have exchanged views on how would be the best way to build the Digital Single Market. Read more
23/12/2014
Net Futures 2015 taking place between 25-26 March is one of the main events for the future internet community. This year it will also be looking at one of the Digital Single Market objectives, on how to "Strengthen Digital Innovation & Research". Read more
19/12/2014
Invitation to market participants to submit observations regarding the Commission's serious doubts letter under Article 7a of Directive 2002/21/EC. Case DE/2014/1685: Call termination on individual public telephone networks provided at a fixed location in Germany. Read more
19/12/2014
Overview of the selected projects under H2020 call 1 2014 topic ICT1 "Smart Cyber-Physical Systems". Read more
18/02/2015
25 Avenue de Beaulieu, Room S1, Brussels
Take part in the Brokerage event on ICT-25 ''Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies'' in Brussels. Read more
19/12/2014
This document reports on various short videos and one recap video related to the iMobility Challenge events that took place between 01/10/2012 and 31/12/2014. These videos show the benefits of iMobility Systems to both a professional and a public audience. Read more
19/12/2014
On 18/12/2014 a public webinar was held Read more
19/12/2014
When it comes to developing tools and products, there are ethical things that you should consider say Bernd Carsten Stahl, Marina Jirotka, Grace Eden, Job Timmermans and Mark Hartswood. Read more
From 25/03/2015 to 26/03/2015
Kilkenny, Ireland
The focus of this year’s conference will be on the individual (in her many societal roles) in relation to the ever increasing dimensions of the technological (digital) environment. The Forum aims to develop proposals for how best to move forward. The inter-relation between individuals and the technological environment will define the future organization of living, working and citizenship. Read more

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