Francesca De Chiara (PhD) is social researcher at the Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Center for Information and Communication Technology where she has joined the Digital Commons Lab. She’s currently TheGovlab Resident Fellow 2015 at New York University where she’s developing the Italian version of OpenData500 study. She co-founded the first Italian Node of the Open Data Institute in Trento. Since February 2013, she has been working on the the open government data catalog dati.trentino.it. She has been Visiting Research Fellow at Cornell University (US) and at the University of Warwick – Warwick Business School. She has research experience in the field of open data, open government and development studies and is mainly interested in analyzing and assessing the impact and the actual reuse of open data. She is part of the Open Knowledge Foundation Network, collaborates in some bottom-up initiatives focused on crowdsourcing and civic monitoring, like Monithon.it. She’s editor of the OKFN Italian official blog, author of academic articles and lately referee for the European Journal of Political Research. She has served as country reviewer for the first edition of the Open Data Barometer, she has translated the Open Data Certificates (now in Beta) in Italian in 2014, organized the first edition of the contest Trentino Open data Challenge, and is responsible for the open data related activities within the EU FP7-funded Finodex project, an accelerator for startups and SMEs that make use of both existing open data-sets and the platform FiWare.
Associate Professor of Public Law in the University of Salerno (Italy).
Professor in Comparative Private Law at the Universityof Salerno, where he teaches Information and Communication Comparative Law and Advertising Law.
Massimiliano Bencardino is a researcher in Economic-political Geography at the University of Salerno.
Professor of Political Science and Communication and of E-democracy and E-Government Policies at the University of Salerno.
Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, today launches an online series on remarkable historical women in the arts & sciences, in close collaboration with Europeana. Once a week, from mid-January until International Women’s Day in the first week of March, Europeana will publish the story of an extraordinary historical European woman.
The overall objective of this study was to map and evaluate collaboration models among film festivals on behalf of the European Commission. It provides a qualitative analysis that identifies and assesses collaboration models in the context of the multiple functions and objectives of film festivals.
The Creative Europe MEDIA programme is launching the third edition of the EU Film Contest today. Thanks to this online quiz on European cinema, participants can test how much they know about European films for a chance to win one of the 10 trips to experience the Cannes Film Festival and discover the European audiovisual […]
The fifth generation of wireless systems (5G) bears the promise of many benefits for the European economy and society. The implementation, of such high-capacity systems requires the densification of the existing network infrastructure with the use of small-area wireless access points (SAWAPs or small cells). The Commission would like to consult on a proposed light […]
“Welcoming Sunne to the Network of the Future” is one of the five winners of the European Broadband Awards 2018. The project replaced the old copper network with fibre and mobile networks in Sunne municipality. As a result, Sunne provides modern communication infrastructure to all local inhabitants with the possibility to get download speeds of […]