Combining science, engineering and entrepreneurship is needed in order to unlock the full potential of quantum technologies. In this context, the Netherlands is holding the conference ‘Quantum Europe 2016’ in cooperation with the European Commission and QuTech, the quantum technology institute of TU Delft and TNO.
This is the flagship conference of the Robotics and Automation Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). It offers an international forum for robotics researchers to present their work with plenary and paper sessions, workshops and tutorials, an exhibition and robot challenges. Read more
In the presence of Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Günther H. Oettinger, President of the Cannes Film Festival Pierre Lescure as well as the filmmakers Céline Sciamma, László Nemes and Pawel Pawlikowski, MEDIA will launch its 25th anniversary campaign at the Palais of the Cannes Film Festival. Read more
London Economics is conducting a survey in Data Location Restrictions as part of a study for DG Connect (Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology), European Commission. This survey aims to gather insights from businesses who may be affected by restrictions on transferring data to other EU member states. Read more
In an ever more complex and expanding world social sciences still have to rely on data from experiments with very limited numbers of participants. The FET Open project IBSEN promises to change this with a viable simulation tool which takes account of real world conditions. Read more
Europe has a well acknowledged world-class scientific and technical expertise in Quantum Technologies, supported by almost 20 years of EU investment, contributing to future applications in communication, metrology, sensing, simulation and computing. Read more
Invitation to market participants to submit observations regarding the Commission's serious doubts letter under Article 7a of Directive 2002/21/EC - Case DE/2016/1854: Wholesale local access provided at a fixed location in Germany Read more
Since it was launched in 1991, the EU MEDIA programme has invested over €2.4 billion in European creativity and cultural diversity. It has supported the development of thousands of films in Europe and their international distribution. Read more