ICRI 2018 will be co-organised by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW) and the European Commission.
Speakers representing high-level stakeholders from across the globe and highly profiled institutions will intervene in the debate. ICRI 2018 aims at:
The 29th edition of the Ecsite Conference is hosted by CETAF member, the Natural History Museum of Geneva, in partnership with CERN, University of Geneva Scienscope, and Campus Biotech.
The high-level Horizon 2020 conference – organised by the European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, in close cooperation with Directorates General for Education and Culture and for Communications Networks, Content and Technology – will showcase the dialogue between contemporary European society and the most promising innovations in the field of Cultural Heritage that European policies and funds have supported.
The European Data Economy can flourish only if data is accessible & re-usable across borders, across types of organisations (private, public, research) and across different disciplines and sectors.
European researchers, developers, service providers and private sector representatives are invited to join the discussion on the role of research data in the Data Economy context and the RDA contribution to the different Data Economy building blocks.
Bringing together data infrastructure users and providers and policy makers from across Europe, the EUDAT Conference will:
This conference aims to lead the participants outside their comfort zone and explore how working closely with different disciplines and departments can not only strengthen own areas of expertise, but museums as a whole.