This event, an initiative of European Business Summit, will focus on the digital future of Europe with sessions on digital innovation industry, on Cyber space and security for business and customers and on the digital evolution for jobs.
The call (ICT-32-2017) will open on 8 December 2016 to 25 April 2017, with a total budget of 12 million Euros. Building on "Startup Europe" and "Innovation Radar" initiatives, the call aims at funding projects to help established startups and prospective tech entrepreneurs to grow and achieve market success and raise broader awareness of high potential innovators in Europe from EU-funded ICT projects.
Information Day and Networking Session on Creative Industries and Cultural Heritage are organised by the European Commission on 17 and 18 November 2016 in Luxembourg. The event addresses potential applicants to the Horizon 2020 topics ICT-20-2017: "Tools for smart digital content in the creative industries" and CULT-COOP-09-2017: "European cultural heritage, access and analysis for a richer interpretation of the past".
The ICT Proposers Day took place on 26-27 September in Bratislava. It provided a unique networking opportunity to build partnerships and projects targeting the upcoming FET Open, HPC and e-infrastructure calls.
In the context of the initiative “Building a European Data Economy”, the European Commission is examining restrictions to the free flow of data inside the EU and potential barriers to an efficient use and re-use of data across borders and across business sectors. The European Commission (DG CONNECT) is organising a high-level conference with a view of obtaining insights from stakeholders in different business sectors, deepening its understanding on emerging business models and on challenges and opportunities of data-driven innovation.
This Summit aims to look at how digital technology will transform the way we think about delivering health and care in Europe.
5-8 December 2016 at Square - Brussels - Meeting Center - Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels
Areas covered will range from health (medical treatment) to prevention and healthy lifestyles (physical activity and sport/wellbeing) and other areas of the Silver Economy (Silver Tourism, Age Friendly Homes and Living Environments etc.).
The European Commission invites nominations for the best projects, which encourage people to improve their digital skills. The intention is to identify projects that can inspire others to take similar actions all over Europe.
The aim of this pilot project is to identify existing digital learning solutions that can support teachers in the classroom and parents at home with pupils having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and/or concentration problems, and to provide good practice examples where technology has been successfully used in daily classroom activities to help pupils with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and concentration problems.