CHIST-ERA is the "European Coordinated Research on Long-term Challenges in Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies" ERA-Net. This event brings together scientists and CHIST-ERA representatives to identify and formulate promising scientific and technological challenges at the frontier of research with a view to refine the scientific content of the call 2016.
The sessions of eHealth Week 2016 in Amsterdam will focus on Empowering People, Trust & Standards and Social Innovation & Transition. You can also attend the EU eHealth competition for SMEs, the interoperability IHE summit and matchmaking events.
The PASC Conference is a platform for interdisciplinary
research across the areas of computational science, high-performance computing and various domain sciences: climate
and weather, computer science and mathematics, emerging domains, engineering, life sciences, materials, physics and
After one year of operating in a digital space, the Global Internet Policy Observatory (GIPO) Advisory Group will get together in this roundtable meeting to discuss questions relating to GIPO, just before the start of the Pan-European dialogue on Internet governance (EuroDIG). This gathering should lead to a greater understanding of how GIPO can be useful for its (potential) users around the world.
The Conference will focus on the potential of Citizen Science in the European water innovation landscape, and in particular in the fields of flood risk management, environmental monitoring and meeting the challenges of the European Water Framework Directive and Flood Directive.
The Conference aims to share the SILVER experience with Pre-Commercial Procurement as an innovative tool for bringing new care technologies to the market. Participants will have an opportunity to hear from both procurers and contractors involved in the project’s Pre-Commercial Procurement exercise. Furthermore, the successful robotic solution – the Lean Elderly Assistant (LEA) – will be presented by its designers, Robot Care Systems. Silver is a project co-funded by the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research.
The Code of Conduct on privacy for mobile health apps has now been formally submitted for comments to the Art 29 Data Protection Working Party. Once approved by this independent EU advisory group, the Code will be applied in practice: App developers will be able to voluntarily commit to follow its rules, which are based on EU data protection legislation.
QuEBS 2016 will provide a platform for interdisciplinary discussions to researchers from biology, chemistry and physics. The workshop will offer a platform to exchange new ideas and to show the latest developments in the field of quantum biology.
They look like ordinary tourists taking photographs of St Stephen´s Cathedral, one of Vienna´s touristic hotspots. But in reality they are computer scientists. They are convinced that the future protection of European Cultural Heritage could be based on... our smartphones.