MNBS 2017 will emphasise on translating technologies into competitive, validated and manufacturable products to impact citizen‘s life & industry.
The programme will include oral and poster presentations from EU-funded and other MNBS related Research & Innovation projects and invited sessions, bringing technologies and solution providers closer to business and to end-users.
The European Forum for Electronic Components and Systems 2017 (EFECS) is a brand new event and a successor to the European Nanoelectronics Forum & the ARTEMIS technology Conference. It is jointly organised by the European Commission (DG CONNECT), the industry associations AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS and the ECSEL Joint Undertaking.
Europe's leading e-infrastructures, EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE, PRACE and RDA Europe, invite all researchers, developers and service providers for two days of brainstorming and discussions at the Digital Infrastructures for Research 2017 event.
Commissioner Gabriel will chair a high-level meeting with representatives of Member States, national initiatives for digitising industry, European Public Private Partnerships and relevant European Associations in order to discuss the next steps on the digitisation of European industry.
The MIDAS project is working on delivering a unified big data platform for health policy. On 16 November they will host a Co-Design Workshop, which will provide insight into how participatory design methods can make technology more effective and meaningful for individuals and organisations. The next day, a Consent, Ethics & General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Workshop will take place.
This workshop for startups and SMEs in the digital health sector will focus on the medical device regulatory landscape. It will help developers of medical and health-related apps and software to understand the importance of considering the medical device regulatory framework in the digital health sector.
Security Research, Innovation and Education Event (SRIEE) 2017 will offer a content-rich Security Research Conference (SRC) and an exhibitors’ area.
This year it will have two high-level panels focusing on "From research to practitioners and
end-users" and on "The future of security research". Other panels will focus on how to respond to
terrorist attacks, tools for the police, managing dematerialised borders and managing
multi-country disaster situations.
Keen to learn how public procurers are using innovation procurement in the construction sector to obtain better value for money solutions? Interested to learn about EU funding or receive assistance for your own innovation procurements? Then attend this workshop.