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About the programme
The DIGITAL Europe programme will fund the design and delivery of specialised programmes and traineeships for future experts in key capacity areas like data and AI, cybersecurity, quantum and HPC. It also aims to support the upskilling of the existing workforce through training in key capacity areas.
The actions under this Special Objective aim at supporting the excellence of EU education and training institutions in digital areas, including by encouraging their cooperation with research and businesses. The goal is to improve the capacity to nurture and attract digital talents.
During the first two years of the programme, actions on skills will focus on the following aspects:
The preparation of a European data space for skills will contribute to mapping and identifying needs and developments across the EU.
The Digital Europe 2023 call under Special Objective 4: Advanced Digital Skills (DIGITAL-2023-SKILLS-05) is now open for submission. There are tree call topics under this call: Specialised education programmes in key capacity areas (DIGITAL-2023-SKILLS-05-SPECIALEDU) - Lump Sum Grant Specialised education programmes in key capacity... read more
The Commission has published a new call under Digital Europe - Special Objective 4: Advanced Digital Skills (DIGITAL-2023-SKILLS-05). There are tree call topics under this call: Specialised education programmes in key capacity areas (DIGITAL-2023-SKILLS-05-SPECIALEDU) - Lump Sum Grant Specialised education programmes in key capacity areas - Ad... read more
The European Commission foresees the following timeline for the Advanced Digital Skills call (DIGITAL-2023-SKILLS-05): 1 November 2023: publication on the Funding & Tender opportunities portal 21 November 2023: call open for submission 21 March 2024: deadline to submit proposals More information will follow when available. read more
The short survey that NCP Flanders is conducting to collect feedback on its services and suggestions on how they can be further improved is open for five more days. The NCP Flanders team greatly appreciates it if you could take a few minutes of your time (if you haven’t done so yet) to provide your answers and suggestions via this link.... read more
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If you’ve never heard of Limecraft, you’re clearly not working in the media sector. Their SaaS platform provides integrated workflows for media management, scripted and unscripted TV, and subtitling and localisation. It is used by leading broadcasting companies – such as BBC, VRT, NPO… – and production firms of which De Mensen or Hotel Hungaria might ring a bell (at least if you are Belgian).
NCP Flanders went to Ghent to interview Maarten Verwaest, CEO and cofounder, about how he sees Horizon 2020. Limecraft is a partner in the MeMAD project, which is a collaborative RIA project submitted to an ICT call topic.