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22 March 2017
Future trends and research priorities in the area of Software Technologies

In the words of the web’s inventor Marc Andreessen, “software is eating the world”. Ever more products, services, and entire industries, existing ones as well as new, are running on software. The main...[more]


22 March 2017
H2020 Pilot on Open Public Reviews

The Open Public Review (OPR) provides an engaged stakeholder community and the wider public the opportunity to give open and transparent feedback on the progress of European Commission funded research projects in emerging...[more]


22 March 2017
Thursday 23 March: Digital Day in Rome

Digital Day, the digital part of the official celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, will take place in Rome, on 23 March 2017. The event is organised by the European Commission - Directorate General...[more]


22 March 2017
Digital Day side events

Three side events are organised in the context of the Digital Day: a roundtable on cybersecurity, a seminar on responsibility and trust on social media, and a concert to celebrate the 60 anniversary of the Treaties of Rome.[more]


22 March 2017
Market consultation for procurement of tech for lifestyle changes

Through the use of pre-commercial procurement, the European LIVE INCITE project both challenges and stimulates the market to develop patient-centred interactive IT-solutions, promoting lifestyle changes. An open market...[more]


21 March 2017
Journalist and media at Digital Day

Are you a journalist interested in attending the Digital Day? You are welcome! We have plenty of interesting things here for you.[more]


21 March 2017
Digital Day : how to join the online debate

Digital Day, the digital part of the official celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, will take place in Rome, on 23 March 2017. There are several ways to join and shape the debate at Digital Day for...[more]


21 March 2017
Shaping the future - 1st European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving

The European Commission, with the support of the EC-funded projects CARTRE and SCOUT, is organising its First European Conference on connected and automated driving: 'Connected and Automated Driving – Together, shaping the...[more]


21 March 2017
Advancing security levels for the connected car : the SAFERtec project

Automated vehicles have the potential to revolutionise our day-to-day lives, but these kind of cyber-physical systems are vulnerable to attack by criminals. "Hackers could blackmail owners of self-driving cars" says Dr Alexander...[more]


21 March 2017
The European Reference Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection: an important part of the EU response to cyber threats

Critical infrastructures such as railway networks, power stations and telephone grids are under daily attack by cyber criminals, according to Georg Peter, who is responsible for the European Reference Network for Critical...[more]