This new edition of the FET newsletter brings you the latest news on Future and Emerging Technologies, the Quantum flagship, eInfrastructures, open science, funding opportunities and interesting project results and future events.
The workshop organised on the 3rd of February, presented the neuromorphic technologies developments in the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Programme, and in particular in the Human Brain Project. The final report is now available.
Net4all is one of the five winners at the European Broadband Awards 2016 competition. Regione Emilia-Romagna invests in the creation of an Ultra-Broadband (UBB) network serving public administration and private enterprises, the Lepida network - a network owned by public administration.
EUDAT, EGI and INDIGO-DataCloud join forces to address the current fragmentation of the data and computing e-Infrastructure landscape and are looking for private and public partners developing and/or providing thematic services that support open science research workflows.
The EU ends roaming surcharges for all people who travel periodically in the EU, while ensuring that operators have the tools to guard against abuse of the rules. Your roaming consumption is deducted from your domestic volume, i.e. you "Roam like at Home".
Launched early February, the FET Youtube playlist already counts 49 videos and more than 1200 views of the key achievements of projects funded under the the Future & Emerging Technologies (FET) programme of the European Union.
In the context of open science, the goal of the European Commission is that the research data from Horizon 2020 projects are deposited as open data in a digital repository. For all new Horizon 2020 projects starting in 2017 Open Research Data will be the default option. OpenAire has compiled a list of the tools and resources it offers to assist in managing and preserving research data.
As the last step towards the end of roaming charges by 15 June 2017, representatives of the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission agreed on how to regulate wholesale roaming markets (the prices operators charge each other when their customers use other networks when roaming in the EU).