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From 16/01/2017 to 16/01/2017
EPP-eHealth, an EU-funded project that set out to transform the market for eHealth solutions through dialogue and innovation procurement, has created a network of procuring organisations in healthcare. They also published Joint Statements of Unmet Needs, a Public Procurement of Innovative solutions (PPI) Strategy for eHealth and mapped out EU initiatives and funding opportunities. Read more
From 16/01/2017 to 16/01/2017
The Commission has launched a film contest to promote Europe's unique diversity of films, TV programmes and video games to young Europeans. Read more
Slide showing rows of people with text Code Week 2016 New record of participants 970.000 coders
Slide showing rows of people with text Code Week 2016 New record of participants 970.000 coders
From 16/01/2017 to 16/01/2017
Last year, almost one million people (970,000) took part in one of the 23,000 EU Code Week 2016 events that took place in more than 50 countries around the world – a 70% increase in participants from 2015. Almost half (46%) of the people creating with code were girls or women and the average age of a coder was 11 years. 2017 marks the fifth anniversary of Europe Code Week, which will take place during two weeks – 7-22 October – to cater for different periods of school holidays in European countries. Read more
From 14/01/2017 to 20/01/2017
Les Diablerets (CH)
This Winter School, organised by ID Quantique, is a unique opportunity to learn about the new field of quantum cyber security, to understand state-of-the-art practical quantum communications and to gain hands-on experience. The event will feature a two-track program: a two-day Executive Track will provide a high level overview of quantum threats and cyber security; an in-depth Technology Track, which will last 6 days, will provide more comprehensive information and explore the technical details. Read more
From 13/01/2017 to 13/01/2017
Under the ISA² programme, more than 40 actions are currently supported. For the Semantic Interoperability (SEMIC) action, 2016 was a particularly successful year that brought numerous results. Read more
From 13/01/2017 to 13/01/2017
The Greek National Centre of Scientific Research 'Demokritos' and the Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece have established two new research infrastructures as part of the EU-funded RADIO project. They are designed to simulate living environments for developing and testing telehealth, service robotics and home automation technologies for assisted living and healthy ageing. Parties interested in testing their innovative research ideas are welcome to try them out. Read more
eWall
From 13/01/2017 to 13/01/2017
"The daily life of people with chronic diseases and frailty conditions is difficult". A group of more than 100 researchers from 13 partners and 12 countries knows that very well. With the financial support of the EU, they invested around 9M€ over the past 3 years to deliver a solution that could change the life of people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and frailty conditions. Read more
Neighbourhoods of the future event
From 13/01/2017 to 13/01/2017
Partners from across Europe -NGOs, construction and IT industries, research organisations, representatives of the older generation and the finance sector- are joining forces to create innovative, smart, inclusive living environments for our ageing societies with a common vision on how to move ahead in 2017. Read more
From 13/01/2017 to 15/03/2017
The QuantERA project opened a Call for Proposals in the field of quantum technologies. Proposals should include one or more of the following areas: quantum communication; quantum simulation; quantum computation; quantum information sciences; quantum metrology sensing and imaging; novel ideas and applications in quantum science and technologies. A Proposers' Day about this call is also organised on 16 February 2017 in Malta. Read more
From 13/01/2017 to 13/01/2017
Avenue de Beaulieu 25, 1160, Auderghem
Workshop's participants were asked to reflect and comment on concrete minimum IoT privacy and security principles to create a Trusted IoT environment. In addition, they had the chance to discuss the possible adequate tools and implementation mechanisms to ensure that innovation is not hampered by heavy procedures. The workshop was jointly organised by the European Commission and the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI). Read more

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