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Michał Pilipczuk Winner of the 2016 Cor Baayen Award

Michał Pilipczuk
Michał Pilipczuk from University of Warsaw is a world leading researcher in the area of algorithms. He contributed to the breakthrough results which solved fundamental problems in the field of parameterized complexity, some of which have been unsolved since more than 20 years.

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ERCIM Programme for PhD Education

The ERCIM Programme for PhD Education (EPPE) is a new mobility programme for cooperation in PhD education among ERCIM members. The goal is to add a European international dimension to PhD education by crossing national, scientific and institutional borders.
See http://www.ercim.eu/activity/programme-for-phd-education


The VRE4EIC project organises a workshop for Open Data sharing

The VRE4ICT project is organising a workshop entitled “Virtual Research Environments: Obtaining new insights by sharing Open Data for interdisciplinary Research Purposes”. The workshop will be held as in conjuction with CeDEM16, the international Conference for e-Democracy and Open Government, that will take place in May 2016 at the Danube University Krems, Austria.

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PaaSage industrial workshop at the Automotive Simulation Center Stuttgart

In the workshop “From Cloud to Road” on 11 April 2016 at the University of Stuttgart, leading managers from automotive OEM, Independent Software Vendors and Cloud Service Platform Providers will present future challenges, and the PaaSage platform will be demonstrated.

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VRE4EIC consortium supports free online Open Government course

The consortium of the VRE4EIC project intends to change the life of 70.000 European researchers, by providing them supporting tools for collaborative, multi-disciplinary data-driven science, as needed to tackle critical societal challenges such as climate change and energy sustainability. One aspect of educating and training these researchers concerns the organization of online courses.

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