ENISA, DG CONNECT, the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University and the Koźminski University are organizing the Annual Privacy Forum (APF) 2022. On this occasion, a call for papers presenting original work on the themes of data protection and privacy and their repercussions on technology, business, government, law, society, policy and law enforcement has been launched.
After last year’s event was made completely virtual due to pandemic restrictions, experts will be able to gather at IoT Week 2022 physically in Dublin.
The European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC) and the 6G Summit, the two leading European conferences on future communication systems, will hold a joint conference
On 31 May, find out how European Blockchains Services Infrastructures (EBSI) can help citizens study, find a job, and start new lives abroad during the EBSI Demo Day.
The European Commission organizes two consecutive webinars for the upcoming European Open Science Cloud procurement's preliminary market consultation.
Gerasimos Sofianatos, Deputy Head of Unit "Investment in High-Capacity Networks" at the European Commission (DG Connect) will give a broadband policy update at the Governmental Day Workshop. atene KOM and the FTTH Council Europe are organising this workshop, addressed to public and private stakeholders in broadband, on 23 May in the frame of the FTTH Conference 2022.
Taking place during the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, the European Film Forum (EFF) will focus on how to secure European audiovisual competitiveness at global level, in particular through private investment in the sector, in a context of profound changes for the industry.
Moving from smart cities to interconnected territories: this Connect University event will focus on smart communities
The webinar will open a discussion among citizens, NGOs, startups, businesses and public authorities on creating a more inclusive digital future for the 2030 Digital Decade.
This workshop will focus on how breakthrough technologies in innovation procurements can be supported to create new markets to overcome the valley of death.
The Big Data Test Infrastructure (BDTI), provided by the European Commission as part of the Digital Europe programme, supports EU local, regional and national public administrations with the necessary technical documentation, open-source tools and services to test and prototype analytics solutions.
The EU-funded European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Future Project is organising an EOSC policy event in Strasbourg, France.
The Virtual and Augmented Reality Industrial Coalition (VR/AR Industrial Coalition) is a platform for structured dialogue between the European VR/AR ecosystem and policymakers.
The European Video Games Society has organised a second workshop that will focus on the main challenges and opportunities affecting the VG European industry, their potential impact on the sector’s development and their major socio-economic effects.
Join the upcoming WiFi4EU webinars in different languages to find out how to complete your WiFi4EU installation timely.
The European Commission is organising a second Info Session on the GovTech Incubator call for a Framework Partnership Agreement under the Digital Europe Programme.
The EU-funded Open Clouds for Research Environments project (OCRE) is holding a webinar on its latest developments including funding distribution opportunities.
The European Commission (DG Connect) and the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) are organising a webinar for the news media industry and stakeholders to explain the different funding opportunities that the EU offers to the sector.
The first edition of the Privacy Symposium conference aims at promoting international dialogue, cooperation, and knowledge sharing on data protection. It is co-organized with the data protection unit of the Council of Europe, the European Cyber Security Organization (ECSO), the Internet of Things (IoT) Forum, and several other organizations and European research projects.
This event marks the starting point for the communication of the Joint Working Group’s activities to a wider audience. At the launch, best practices identified by the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) will be presented, relating to the reduction of pollution in areas such as mobility, energy, waste management, human health.