The Commission is opening a public consultation on the .eu top-level domain rules. The Commission is asking if the existing regulations on .eu are still fit for purpose, or if they need to be changed or updated.
You are involved in a project that is providing citizens with access to high-speed broadband internet? Apply for the European Broadband Award 2017! We are looking for all types of projects irrespective of size, location or technologies, led by public and private organisations. The winners will be awarded by the Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society in November at the Broadband Day and will be showcased by the European Commission in the media, website, newsletters and in the good practice database. Application deadline is 7 September.
The FP7 post-grant Open Access pilot, run by OpenAIRE, will be extended for another 10 months, until end of February 2018. The pilot supports Open Access publications arising from finished FP7 projects.
Blockchain technology is complex, controversial and fast-moving, but is of increasing interest to citizens, businesses, supervisors and legislators across the European Union. That is why the European Commission (DG CONNECT) and the European Parliament (STOA) invite you to the first joint event on Blockchain.
The new online monitoring tool called MAFEIP, financed by the European Commission, can be used for decision-making by public and industry stakeholders investing in innovative solutions for health and care. You can learn how it works on 11 May during eHealth Week in Malta.
The aim of this high-level meeting was to discuss how interoperability of communication and data exchange can ensure that Europe will benefit from the new opportunities that the Internet of Things will create in the energy transition.
The European Commission and the European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications (CEPT) will organise a public workshop with stakeholders regarding EU policy and the ITU World Radiocommunication Conference 2019 (WRC-19).
On 5th of May, the cornerstone for the construction of a neuromorphic computing facility in Europe was laid at the University of Heidelberg in Germany. With the financial support of the European Union and German public and private institutions, the new building will house leading European researchers working on neuromorphic computing within the Human Brain Project, a FET Flagship of the European Commission.