Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

ICT 2010

Research Roadmap on ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling

T 005, 27/09/2010 (14:00-15:30)

Stakeholders will have the opportunity to become involved in the development of the roadmap ICT for governance and policy modelling.

The aim of this session is to generate insight, feedback and consensus on the research roadmap on ICT for governance and policy modelling. It will explore issues such as societal modelling, simulation, visual analytics, social networking and mass collaboration. Participants can become involved in the development of the roadmap and join the validation community by discussing research related to ICT for governance and policy modelling, what research activities need to be carried out, and which aspects are essential for supporting novel governance practices. Discussions will also focus on what applications could be envisaged by 2020.

www.crossroad-eu.net

Technical description

Web site: http://www.crossroad-eu.net

Coordinator: Yannis CHARALABIDIS (National Technical University of Athens, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Greece)

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Comments

13 comments, add yours

Tshepang MOSIEA, 22/07/2010 10:03

Policy Modelling for long term strategic planning in developing countries has great potential, African countries should be more involved in eParticipation, evidnce based policies, foresighting initiatives.

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Massimo FELICI, 30/07/2010 11:32

Interesting topic for a networking session, I will be interested to be informed about any follow-up activities

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Jiri HREBICEK, 31/08/2010 16:45

Very important topic for eDemocracy, eParticipation and eEnvironment. I will be interested for modelling environmental governance and discussed about eEnvironment services as the part of eGovernment cross-boarder services of Digital Agenda

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Dmitry MARTYSHKIN, 05/09/2010 11:57

Policy modelling and ICT for Governance are becoming a burning issue in Russia. I will be very interested to attend.

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Alan HARTMAN, 08/09/2010 06:59

I support the comment of Tshepang Mosiea, the imprtance of this top in all emerging markets is paramount. We are working on these issues in Europe, and trying to develop a model that is applicable in India and other emerging markets. Please visit the website of ICSEM 2010 www.isb.edu/icsem201 to see what we are doing in Hyderabad in the week before ICT 2010

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Théo BONDOLFI, 22/09/2010 17:28

Good topic.

In switzerland, we are working with governmental agencies and academic research institute to explore the ETHICAL part of mass collaboration, social networking and societal modelling.

QUESTION : is ethics part of your networking session ?

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Théo BONDOLFI, 22/09/2010 17:33

PS : have a loof at these Swiss ICT roadmap activities, we are interested in contributing to crossraod project or new ones :

http://ynternet.org/ynternet.org/cti-promo-v4.pdf

Ynternet.org institute for ethical ICT strategies

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Michael SCHEMBRI, 24/09/2010 09:07

we would like to know more about your project proposals since we are looking for partners

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Yannis CHARALABIDIS, 24/09/2010 11:58

You may find the agenda of the Networking Session at

http://bit.ly/d9IhTo (pdf download)

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Robert LINK, 24/09/2010 19:07

I would like to see also the theme ICT4D in a e-Government roadmap

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Daniel VAN LERBERGHE, 24/09/2010 21:37

Looking forward to this interesting session. I am also interest in joining proposals for the future call on New Governance and Policy Modeling ...

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Richard WILSON, 26/09/2010 15:15

Really looking forward to this session.

I'll be presenting on the Izwe Project. For more information see:

http://www.izweproject.com/wp-content/themes/izweprojecttheme/download/introducing-izwe.pdf

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Arne BERRE, 26/09/2010 22:22

This is an important topic. It might also be combined with semantic technologies in the context of conformance with laws and regulations. We have now experiences from this from cases in Norway.

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