• Promoting excellence science in the Western Balkans
    Map of Europe highlighting the Western Balkans region
    Event report17 May 2018

    On 15-16 May 2018 a conference “e-Infrastructures for excellent science in Southeast Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean” has been organised by the European project VI-SEEM in Sofia, Bulgaria. The conference gathered e-Infrastructure providers, scientists and researchers but also the policy makers from the region and beyond. It has been the opportunity to take stock of the latest achievements and future perspectives resulting from the collaboration in this region in the area of e-Infrastructures and their use.

  • Future and Emerging Technologies: 375 proposals submitted under the Research and Innovation Actions call
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    Call for proposals17 May 2018

    375 proposals have been submitted under the first Horizon 2020 Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Open call of the European Innovation Council Pilot, that closed on 16 May, for an available budget of 123.7 million EUR.

  • Where is spectrum management headed in 2025-35?
    Event17 May 2018

    This Executive Seminar organised by the CERRE (Centre on Regulation in Europe) will debate where Europe's spectrum policy is headed in the medium and longer terms. It will bring together academic researchers, industry representatives and policymakers.

  • Register for ICT 2018
    ICT 2018 poster (eye, Viennese Stephansdom, human figures) with Austrian Presidency logo and European Commission logo
    News article16 May 2018

    Registration for the ICT 2018 event is now open. Join us in Vienna on 4-6 December to meet the European ICT community and learn about the digital priorities of the European Union.

  • Connected and Automated Mobility
    Factsheet / infographic16 May 2018

    The creation of the automated and connected vehicle is a real breakthrough in transport. It promises to not only change how a car will look and operate but to also transform one of the most important activities of our lives. Little will remind us in a few years’ time how mobility looks today: car accidents and the environmental impact will be reduced, city space will be rearranged, and the car-ownership model will become even more accessible (no worries for car-maintenance, finding a parking place, etc.), to name some. What are the ingredients of this transformation?

  • ICT 2018 Conference
    ICT 2018 banner with Viennese Stephansdom, eye and silhouettes
    News article16 May 2018

    The conference programme of the 2018 edition will feature 6 plenary sessions on topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Next Generation Internet, Digital Skills and High-Performance Computing. Speakers from policy circles, academia, civil society and industry will highlight their perspectives and priorities, and discuss how each can contribute to the successful digital transformation of Europe.

  • ICT 2018 Exhibition
    Austria Center Vienna building
    News article16 May 2018

    The European Commission's flagship event ICT 2018: Imagine digital - Connect Europe will include a 5 000m² exhibition area showcasing the best accomplishments and pioneering results of EU funded research and innovation actions.

  • ICT 2018 Networking
    Networking people
    News article16 May 2018

    ICT 2018 proposes online as well as offline possibilities to network. The networking sessions will be open for every participant, while the Face2Face brokerage event will consist of prearranged one-on-one meetings.

  • Broadband good practice interview: German “Broadband Bus”
    Still image from video (Broadband good practice interview: the KempenGlas cooperative in the rural Netherlands) depicting the President of the KempenGlas Cooperative, Jacco Kwaaitaal. Above him is a banner with the title: Broadband Good Practice Video.
    Projects story16 May 2018

    In order to increase investment and accelerate roll-out of high-speed broadband throughout the country, the German Broadband Competence Office (BCO) launched the Broadband Bus as part of a campaign of the Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure. In order to raise awareness and provide information, the bus tours the country offering workshops and technology exhibitions, focusing on the opportunities that digital economy may bring to citizens.

  • Attend ICT 2018
    News article16 May 2018

    ICT 2018: Imagine Digital - Connect Europe will take place in Vienna, Austria. You can now register for the event and find practical information about travel and accommodation.

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