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INNO4COV-19 Open Call to support fast deployment of solutions to fight COVID-19

The new H2020 project INNO4COV-19 is set to assist up to 30 test cases and applications from several areas spanning from Medical technologies, Environmental Surveillance systems, Sensors, Protection of Healthcare workers and Artificial Intelligence and Data mining to support the fast deployment of solutions to fight COVID-19.

Request to launch “Report COVID19 Modelling 2021”

This publication is made pursuant to Point 3.1 of Annex 1 to Financial Regulation 2018 that provides for an ex-ante publication on the Institutions' websites of contracts with a value up to 138.999,99 EUR (Reference: CNECT/LUX/2020/LVP/0085).

Study to Monitor Connectivity

This publication is made pursuant to Point 3.1 of Annex 1 to Financial Regulation 2018 that provides for an ex-ante publication on the Institutions' websites of contracts with a value up to 139.000 EUR (reference: CNECT/2020/LVP/0087).

European museum collaboration and innovation space

The new call for proposals will allow museums to cooperate with creative and technology partners in experimental projects to develop solutions that enhance their digital presence or innovate their day-to-day functions and processes.

Call for selection for .eu Registry - CANCELLED

The European Commission informs all interested parties about its decision to cancel the call, due to an error contained in the text of the call as further laid down below. The European Commission envisages launching a new call for selection in the near future.

Organisation of three Seminars for National Judges specialised in Electronic Communications Law

The Commission intends to outsource the organisation of the 15th, 16th and of the 17th Seminars for national judges, which are expected to take place in December 2021, 2022 and 2023 (the dates being indicative and subject to change depending on external circumstances, such as the COVID-19 epidemic). The one day and a half seminars are addressed to national judges, specialised in Electronic Communications Law, 2 per EU Member State. The seminars should also be attended by representatives of the National Regulatory Authorities of the EU Member States.

EU grants for small-scale online media: supporting high-quality news products and tackling fake news

The objective of this call is to support the EU strategy to tackle disinformation and complement EDMO’s activities by providing funding to specific research projects on disinformation. Such projects, which include fact-checking and analysis of online propagation patterns, should be carried out by expert teams with a specific knowledge of information and media environments in one or more Member States.