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27/05/2015
Milan
This workshop will show new technological solutions to improve clinical care and patient quality of life in advanced liver disease. It will showcase recently developed technologies and participants will learn how these new technologies could fit into current and future clinical practice. Read more
12/05/2015
Riga, Latvia
The session, organised by the EU-funded project INCA, will raise awareness about how innovative cloud-based tools for integrated care (INCA) solutions can help healthcare providers solve some of the most pressing problems of an ageing population and increasing numbers of people with chronic conditions – and will be of interest to all those with a stake in chronic disease prevention, from healthcare professionals to policymakers alike. Those participating in this session will get an opportunity to discuss the current healthcare climate, how the patient perceives the care s/he is receiving and the role of ICT in the promotion of new models and key indicators for improvement. Read more
03/06/2015
Brussels
This conference, organised by the European Commission, will look at the issue of how to practically leverage public and private financial instruments and maximise synergies in the area of active and healthy ageing. In particular, the Conference will focus on the EU financial instruments, on the Investment plan for Europe, on the joint-procurement of innovative solutions, and on new ways of public-private co-investments in health. Read more
11/05/2015
Permanent Representation of the State of North-Rhine Westphalia to the European Union, 47 Rue Montoyer, 1000 Brussels
The conference will look into the issues of open innovation and digital education in European schools. Discussion will focus on the alignment between policy and practice to support the implementation of action 68 of the Digital Agenda for Europe as it was realised within the Open Discovery Space flagship project. Read more
From 01/04/2015 to 02/06/2015
The objective of Joint Programming Initiative “More Years, Better Lives” is the better coordination of national, European and Canadian R&D programmes and activities relevant to Demographic Change (ageing societies) in order to address the most urgent and demanding challenges. The objective of this call is to support innovative and interdisciplinary research into the drivers to, and constraints on, extending working life. Research is expected to cross the traditional boundaries of Government departments and occupational sectors and to examine the implications of extending working life for older workers (50+), new labour markets, health, wellbeing and intergenerational equity. Read more
24/04/2015
A growing revolution in long term health care is opening up new opportunities for social entrepreneurs, innovative tech startups and early stage businesses to take advantage of an emerging market, currently worth over £20 billion to the UK economy and estimated to rise to £30.5 billion by 2020. Read more
From 11/11/2015 to 13/11/2015
Athens, Greece
The European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AmI) is the prime venue for research on Ambient Intelligence with an international and interdisciplinary character. It brings together researchers from the fields of science, engineering, and design working towards the vision of Ambient Intelligence which represents a future where we shall be surrounded by invisible technological means, sensitive and responsive to people and their behavior, deliver advanced functions, services and experiences. Read more
24/04/2015
A key step in the implementation of the Joint Programming Initiative "A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life (JPI HDHL) Strategic Research Agenda" is a Joint Action in the area of malnutrition in the elderly and its effective management. The Joint Action includes the development of a Knowledge Hub on Malnutrition in the Elderly. On the 15th of April 2015 the JPI HDHL launched a call for Expressions of Interest in participating in the Knowledge Hub. Read more
24/04/2015
The European Commission would like to thank the many candidates eager to showcase their best results and impact linked to the EU ICT Research & Innovation who submitted a proposal for the ICT 2015 Exhibition! Read more
28/04/2015
Webinar
The Gateone project is dedicated to support European SMEs to benefit from this market opportunity in selecting the right technologies to adapt and adopt. The gateone project is offering to European SMEs a free evaluation program of demonstrators developed by leading European research centers. On the 28th of April at 1:00 PM CEST, Gateone will hold its first webinar. Invited key speakers will share with participants their expertise in key success factors to develop business including market opportunities, product development approach, state of the art technologies, and accessible funding. Read more

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