Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


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
'Mobile Health Global' analyses the results of the European Commission Green Paper consultation on mobile health. Read more
Are you a PhD student studying a nanoelectronics related topic? Are you doing research in subjects like "smart mobility", robots, nanomaterials or nanosystems? Are you ready to tell your point of view on the current challenges of nanotechnology and their impact on our future and to share your experience to the larger public? Read more
At the World Economic Forum 2015 in Davos, Katia Moskvitch interviewed Nobel Prize winner Kostya Novoselov about the wonder material Graphene and future computing. Kostya Novoselov is Professor of Physics at the University of Manchester and is one of the scientists involved in the Graphene Flagship project funded by the EU. He is attending the World Economic Forum 2015 in Davos, and is a panel member in the sessions "Beyond Moore’s Law" on 23/1/2015 at 3pm CET and "Global Science Outlook" on 24/1 at 9.15am CET at World Economic Forum. Read more
Portable devices make it really accessible for generating and sending e-mails almost instantly and on the go. But what if they could by sent just by thought? Brain-Computer Interfaces may make it possible soon. Read more
Now that the use of portable and surveillance cameras is normalized, the development of body cameras is coming into place. With potential impact in different fields from medicine to security, research indicates that they do have an effect on the behaviour of those wearing it. Are human beings ready to assess these implications? Read more
Ministers for culture of all the 28 Member States of the European Union have issued a joint statement with regard to the tragic events at the Charlie Hebdo editorial office in Paris on 7 January. Read more
DG CONNECT has appointed experts to provide training, promotion and local assistance on PCP and PPI (including legal assistance) across all EU Member States to ICT procurers that intend to start concrete PCP and PPI procurements. Read more
The Commission funded two thematic networks on legal aspects of (reusing) public sector information (LAPSI) bringing together legal scholars in this area with public authorities involvement in the provision of public sector information for reuse and actual reusers. The project LAPSI ran from January 2010 until December 2012. LASPI 2.0 continued from January 2013 until December 2014. On this page we reference the materials produced. Read more
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