The event aims to bring together researchers from all over the world to present their latest research results. It is one of the main venues for showcasing the results of research projects, in particular those from successive European R&D programmes cofinanced by the European Commission.
This year’s edition of ENISA's Privacy Forum is organised in the light of the implementation of the newly promulgated General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the recent EC proposal for a Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications. Even the best legislative efforts face the challenge of keeping up to speed with the pace of innovative technology and business models that challenge the way personal data is processed and privacy is protected across the EU and beyond; therefore examining what is at stake and where threats thereto originate from becomes of paramount importance.
The Future Generation Summit "From the Internet of Things to the Internet of Humans: a European strategy for the next generation internet" will bring together leading policy makers, innovators, researchers and citizens. It aims to support the European Commission in building the internet strategy. The goal is the development of an open, data-driven, user-centric and interoperable ecosystem. And all the effort aims to be beneficial to citizens and companies.
Organised by GÉANT, the TNC17 Networking Conference is a major European research networking conference, with more than 650 participants attending this annual event. You can now submit your session proposal.
If you are an SME or a start-up interested in data access and sharing, you can have a say on the challenges you face by participating to a webinar organised on 29 May 2017.
You’ll also be able to listen how other SMEs and start-ups access data and build their business models and what their needs and the barriers are
This event, hosted by the 5th Generation Mobile Communications Promotion Forum (5G MF), will offer participants lively debates around 5G spectrum, standards and deployment as well as exciting showcases of the latest 5G developments from international players.
The Database Directive, adopted in 1996, aims at encouraging the development of databases through appropriate legal protection and the use of data. The Commission launches today a consultation to understand better how the Database Directive is used, to evaluate its impact on users and to identify possible needs of adjustment. Since the entry into force of the Directive, the database market, and more generally the role of data in the economy, has evolved. The Commission has recently presented several initiatives to boost the European data economy.
The QUANTICOL project aims to develop an innovative formal design and analysis framework for collective adaptive systems (CAS). The framework consists of a purposely defined specification language, paired with a large variety of tool-supported, scalable analysis techniques. The scope of the Industry engagement event, is to boost the technological transfer of the results obtained during the project.