Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


Wearable technology is surging in popularity, now it’s time to let doctors access this data, according to Professor Tim Lobstein, director of policy at the World Obesity Federation and one of the experts of the EU-funded DAPHNE project. Read more
Giving citizens a greater role in science can deliver the vision of "science for the people, by the people" for Europe. Read more
"Digital health needs to reach out to citizens and empower them, not to expect citizens to make the leap on their own", according to Pēteris Zilgalvis and Terje Peetso (European Commission, DG Connect). Read more
EGI offers scientists and researchers borderless access to distributed computing infrastructures Read more
Thon Hotel, Brussels (Belgium)
This conference will use case studies and digital stories to animate and bring to life the impact that digital can, and is having, on the delivery of public services. Read more
The project SECCORD - organiser of the Cybersecurity and Privacy Forum - has assembled and edited two overviews of Trust and Security projects in FP7. The handbook provides a comprehensive view of the EC's FP7 activities in the field of cybersecurity and online privacy. The impact and innovation generated by these activities is showcased in the Success Stories report. Read more
Elderly people with walking difficulties are often intimidated by busy public places. This led an EU research project to develop a robot walker to guide them around shopping centres, museums and other public buildings, thus enhancing their autonomy. Read more
Genova, Italy
MADiMa2015 brings together researchers from diverse fields of engineering, computer science and nutrition who investigate the use of information and communication technologies for better monitoring and management of food intake. June 1st is the deadline for paper submissions. Read more
The Better Regulation Agenda outlines measures to deliver better results for citizens and businesses, through an inclusive, vivid and dynamic policy-cycle. Read more
The theme of this year’s award “Solving the World’s Major Challenges – a call for innovations” targets projects, research projects and political strategies from the cultural and creative sector which offer innovative approaches for difficult global problems with special, but not exclusive, attention given to digital innovations. Read more