Big Data Europe Project is pleased to announce the third and final in a scheduled series of workshops regarding supporting the SC5 domain. The aims of this workshop are to discuss the role of big data technologies in emergency response scenarios related to events of hazardous substances releases in the atmosphere, to present the 2nd use-case pilot and to introduce ongoing work towards the 3rd and final pilot.
Other type of events like BDVA participating without physical present, etc.
There are nowadays some irrevocable trends implying that science will open. As regards to data, this implies that sharing instead of owning will become the default. However, there are almost no incentives (but mostly rules & obligations) to make data available and sharable. Seamless facilities for researchers to share data are much needed, and credits need to be attributed when data re-used.
As a partner in the EXDCI project, ETP4HPC (the European HPC Technology Platform) cordially invites you to the EXDCI Final Conference, which will take place in Barcelona on Thursday the 7th and Friday the 8th of September 2017.
ARTEMIS Industry Association is pleased to announce the ARTEMIS Brokerage Event 2018, taking place at the Maritim proArte Hotel Berlin on 6-7 February 2018.
The ARTEMIS Brokerage Event is ideal for matching project ideas and building quality consortia, with regard to the ECSEL Calls 2018 and H2020 Calls 2018, as well as for networking with key players in the area of the Embedded Intelligence.
Use the enclosure to save the date in your calendar and keep an eye out for the event invitation, which will be sent mid December.
With this workshop, the Commission intends to discuss the current state of data-sharing in B2B contexts. Representatives of companies already engaging in data-sharing with a wider ecosystem of partners and making data available, e.g. through Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) or within Industrial Data Spaces, will share their experiences in this workshop. Specific challenges of data sharing through APIs will be deepened.
Organised by the European Commission, this workshop represents an opportunity for data intensive industry sectors to have their say and provide their input on the challenges they face when trying to access and re-use data. This workshop is held in the framework of the structured dialogue, and aims, in particular, at discussing the following:
- Preliminary findings, including on access and re-use of data, of the study "Impact Assessment support study on emerging issues of data ownership, interoperability, (re)usability and access to data, and liability";