This event brings together scientists and CHIST-ERA representatives to refine the topics and scope of the Call 2015. CHIST-ERA is the "European Coordinated Research on Long-term Challenges in Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies" ERA-Net.
The brochure highlights some of the many EU initiatives and co-funded research projects which address scientific excellence. EU policies and investment in these initiatives foster scientific progress and helps seed new markets, while strengthening European innovation and completing the Digital Single Market.
The REMPARK project is organising this event to share the results it achieved after three years of work. It will focus on topics such as the self-management of Parkinson's disease through monitoring and the future breakthroughs as a result of ICT technology in disease management. Attendance is free and open to everyone with an interest in Parkinson's Disease and eHealth.
Better data protection rules are needed to support personalised health technology, says Tim Lobstein in The Parliament Magazine. Lobstein is policy director at the World Obesity Federation, one of the partners of the EU-funded DAPHNE project.
The European Data Forum (EDF) is the annual meeting-point for data practitioners from industry, research, the public-sector and the community, to discuss the opportunities and challenges of the emerging Big Data economy in Europe.
The subject matter of the contract is to collect data regarding the complete standards landscape (including add-ons) in the area of TV sets with added Internet in view of determining whether there are potential risks for fragmentation. It would also cover national and industrial specifications and the cost of adapting to them. It should also provide an overview of the reasons for applying diverging standards and give an outline of research needs that exist in the sector, with a view to overcoming fragmentation challenges.