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MCARD-2020 Model Consortium Agreement 24 Jun 2014
DIGITALEUROPE Position on Horizon 2020 13 Jul 2011
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Building together Europe's Digital Future: How to leverage Research & Innovation collaboration in the next EU framework programme (FP9)? 26 Mar 2018
Over the last twenty years, the number of people working in ICT Research & Development has doubled, and productivity in the ICT sector currently exceeds that of the total economy in the European Union. In the Digital Single Market strategy, the European Commission rightly notes that the digitalisation of Europe’s economy and society necessitates research and innovation in all areas.
DIGITALEUROPE publishes MCARD-2020 Version 2.0 14 Dec 2017
The European Commission is currently conducting their mid-term review of Horizon 2020. After two years of experience with the implementation of the Programme, we have taken this opportunity to update our Model Consortium Agreement for Research, Development and Innovation also known as MCARD-2020
Grand ambitions for EU Research & Innovation at GIURI Annual Event 2017 19 Jul 2017
DIGITALEUROPE was represented by Annika Eberstein in a roundtable on “EU Governance of innovation: from the mid-term review of Horizon 2020 to the 9th Framework Programme” at the Fifth Annual Event of GIURI, the Informal Group of Italian R&I Liaison Offices, on 6 July.
DIGITALEUROPE’s President meets with Commissioner Moedas 30 Jan 2017
On 27 January, DIGITALEUROPE’s President Markus Borchert continued his high-level Commissioner outreach and met with Commissioner Carlos Moedas (Research, Science and Innovation) to discuss the priorities of DIGITALEUROPE including the mid-term review of Horizon 2020, open science, investments in innovation, the European Innovation Council and text & data mining.
Horizon 2020 Interim Evaluation and FP9 – what are the digital industry’s views? 14 Dec 2016
International cooperation is crucial in developing new knowledge, building momentum for global standards and creating early access to future markets.
DIGITALEUROPE responds to public consultation on Interim evaluation of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) 28 Oct 2016
On 27 October, DIGITALEUROPE submitted a response to the European Commission’s public consultation on the interim evaluation of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The consultation sought the view of stakeholders on how to ensure that the activities of the EIT benefit all stakeholders beyond those organisations and individuals directly involved in its activities. The results of the public consultation will be used together with the other evidence to inform the Interim Eval
Two years of Horizon 2020 – what is our members’ experience? 1 Jul 2016
Successful progress in research and innovation is enabled by strong ecosystems, including larger companies, SMEs, research centres and academia, joining forces and bringing complementary skills and experience to solve complex issues.
DIGITALEUROPE’s Ideas for a European Innovation Council 28 Apr 2016
DIGITALEUROPE has responded to Commissioner Moedas’ call for ideas for the creation of a European Innovation Council. Members agree with the European Commission that the current mechanisms are not fully achieving the objective of encouraging and leveraging European R&D and innovation. In particular, more EU support is needed for disruptive, market-creating innovation and for scaling up of new businesses.
DIGITALEUROPE’s Views on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Open Research Data 23 Mar 2016
Digital technology has been enabling an ever wider access to scientific information and the growing public demands for science to provide answers need to be addressed.
DIGITALEUROPE’s Vision for Research and Innovation in Europe 28 Apr 2015
Enhancing Europe’s competitiveness requires a truly Digital Single Market that enables economies of scale and unlocks investment in innovation.
Horizon 2020 in Practice – First Experiences in DIGITALEUROPE 4 Apr 2015
As ICT research has in itself, a major impact on the European economy and serves as an enabler for innovation in other industries, participation of the ICT industry in Horizon 2020 needs to be further increased and strengthened.
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