This event is co-organised by the HOLA! project and the European Commission. It is foreseen for coordinators of FP7 ICT projects funded under Objectives 1.2 from Call 5 and Call 8. Projects outside these areas that are contributing to the Future Internet Assembly and that want to collaborate with the Objective 1.2 projects are welcome.
The Unit "Trust and Security" (F5) of the European Commission's Directorate General Information Society and Media (DG INFSO),the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) and the Department of Computer Science of the University of Cyprus organize this event with the objective to provide a forum to academia, industry and policy makers in the field.
The purpose of the Concertation meeting is to bring together the ongoing FP7 projects funded under the Future Networks objective and facilitate exchange of results and achievements, and build consensus.
The EUNICE network has been created to foster the mobility of students, faculty members and research scientists working in the field of information and communication technologies and to promote educational and research cooperations between its member institutions.
The aim of the annual EUNICE conference is to provide a forum that brings together young researchers and scientist from Europe and neighboring regions to meet and exchange ideas and recent works on all aspect of information and communication technologies.
The principal aim of the programme is to promote interdisciplinary discussion of issues related to Internet Science among early career researchers (advanced PhD students and those in the first four years of their post-doctoral research career) and industry professionals engaged in work related to Internet privacy and identity, trust and reputation mechanisms.
The principal aim of the programme is to promote interdisciplinary discussion of issues related to Internet Science among early career researchers (advanced PhD students and those in the first four years of their research career) engaged in research related to Internet privacy and identity, trust and reputation mechanisms.
In the context of convergence and innovation, the 21st Future Network and MobileSummit will address the challenges of building the Future Internet Infrastructures, based on mobile, wireless and fixed broadband communications technologies.
The workshop will be an opportunity to present new major research themes that addressing the Future Internet and to comment on those described in the current roadmap document. The workshop will comprise a mix of short presentations and interactive debate, building the results of the first workshop held in 2011.
The Assembly consists of an online engagement space launched ahead of the event, 8 workshops on key Digital Agenda topics and a plenary session to report feedback on previous discussions and hold debates on the way forward. View the full draft programme online.
This is the twenty-first in a series of Annual Conferences supported by the European Commission, which regularly attracts over 500 delegates from industry and research to share experiences and research results, identify future trends, discuss business opportunities and identify opportunities for international research collaboration under the ICT Theme of Framework Programme 7 (FP7). It will thus contribute to showcasing European research in the field, and position it within the multiplicity of related initiatives supported in other regions of the world.
The event will feature a conference with high level presentations from IoT experts, the 2nd event of the shortly and well started IoT International Forum, project meetings and workshops around the European discussions and technological development of the Internet of Things.
The purpose of this workshop will be to share analysis, discuss and debate how disruptive technologies will influence the Future Internet business ecosystem. The expected outcome would be a shared understanding of FI business ecosystem, the stakeholders and a comparison of approaches used to understand both baseline and future scenarios
12 Aug 2011 Call for presentations announced; 23 Sep 2011 Deadline for 1 page abstracts; 30 Sept 2011 Notification of accepted presentations
Bringing together senior academics, business leaders and policy-makers, this workshop aims to identify the new and emerging policy implications of a digital economy driven by the collection, storage, use and re-use of personal information.
The workshop deliberately addresses researchers that are interested in broadening the outreach of their approaches and results towards users and in taking the user perspective in terms of governance, quality, cost and security into account.
The 2010 PARADISO workshop was one of the open events regularly organized in the framework of the PARADISO initiative in order to efficiently interact with individuals and organisations from all over the world interested in the issues addressed by PARADISO.