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Publication Year: 
2019
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC117467
Authors: 
GIULIANI Gregory
MASÒ Joan
MAZZETTI Paolo
NATIVI Stefano
ZABALA Alait
Publication Year: 
2019
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC112111
Authors: 
GOODSHIP Vanessa
STEVELS Ab
HUISMAN Jacob
Publication Year: 
2019
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC113715
Authors: 
BANJA Manjola
SIKKEMA Richard
JEGARD Martin
MOTOLA Vincenzo
DALLEMAND Jean-Francois
Publication Year: 
2019
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC116058
Authors: 
DAMIOLI Giacomo
DEL SORBO Maria
GHISETTI Claudia
VEZZULLI Andrea
Three JRC technical reports reviewing new biometric modalities for their integration in the Schengen Information System
Three JRC technical reports reviewing new biometric modalities for their integration in the Schengen Information System
Jul 30 2019

Last year’s reform of the EU’s Schengen Information System legislation has strengthened the role of facial, fingermark and DNA recognition technologies while also introducing stronger data protection rules.  

The Joint Research Centre presents its recommendations for the successful implementation of these technologies.

Publication Year: 
2019
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC116534
Authors: 
KARAGULIAN Federico
BARBIERE Maurizio
KOTSEV Alexander
GERBOLES Michel
LAGLER Friedrich
BOROWIAK Annette
Publication Year: 
2019
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC116930
Authors: 
VAN BALEN Mitchell
ORTEGA HORTELANO Alejandro
GROSSO Monica
TSAKALIDIS Anastasios
GKOUMAS Konstantinos
HAQ Anwar
PEKAR Ferenc
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Sep 25 2019
Sep 26 2019
Milan
(IT)

This workshop is organised jointly by the JRC and the University of Milan on 25-26 September 2019.

The main topics of the workshop will be "The use of administrative data in microsimulation models" and "Frontier research developments in microsimulation".

It is open to the members of the EUROMOD national teams plus researchers from the microsimulation community, by invitation-only.

Portrait of Sofia Maier
Sofia Maier works as an Economic Analyst in the Fiscal Policy Analysis team at JRC-Seville. Her work focuses on the maintenance and development of the tax-benefit microsimulation model EUROMOD and on fiscal policy analysis. Sofia is a PhD candidate at the University of Antwerp and holds a master degree from the University of Rotterdam. Before joining the JRC she worked as a consultant/advisor for the UNPD, the Presidency of Uruguay and PwC.

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